We’ve compiled a list of internet marketing affiliate programs that pay recurring payments. Most but not all pay these commissions for as long as your referrals stay with the service.
Many of these programs offer a free trial period, making them easy to promote. Simply offer your readers ‘X’ number of free days of ‘Y’ service to try it out for themselves. Stop Pinterest from Posting Twitter Tweets
This list is just to get you started, and is by no means exhaustive.
And while we’ve tried to be as accurate as possible, programs and the commissions they pay can change literally overnight. So please explore these for yourself and by all means choose only the ones that are an excellent fit for you and your readers.
Answer Base – Q. and A. software that can grow search engine traffic as well as cutting down on customer service requests. Pays 50% of first payment, 15% lifetime commissions.
Ashop – Makes it easy for online merchants to have their own store. Pays 25% lifetime commissions.
Aweber – The godfather of all autoresponder services, the name practically speaks for itself. Pays 30% lifetime commissions.
Click Funnels – Russell Brunson’s program to build entire sales funnels, start to finish. Commissions are 40% per month or year, which adds up really fast considering he charges $97-$297 per month for the service.
Convert Kit – Email marketing for blogging professionals. This is a terrific autoresponder for bloggers and marketers, and pays 30% commissions.
DreamHost – Reputed web hosting company offering premium hosting and a dedicated version of WordPress called DreamPress. Make $97 per referral or 10% recurring, as well as $5 for each referral your referrals get.
Elegant Themes – Offers premium WordPress themes and plugins. Pays 50% commission, and you get paid again when your referrals renew their licenses.
Get Response – Another great autoresponder, offering a 30 day free trial which is an excellent selling tool for you, the affiliate. Pays 33% lifetime commissions.
HootSuite – Multiple social account management tool. Pays 15% recurring for 12 months.
Improvely – Conversion tracking and analytic tool to track organic traffic and ad campaigns. Pays 50% on first payment, 10% recurring.
Lead Pages – A very popular landing page creator. To be an affiliate you need to sign up for the service. Pays 30% commissions.
PowerMyAnalytics – Measures your advertising return on investment with better and more detailed tracking. 20% lifetime commissions.
Qhub – Q. and A. software that integrates with WordPress and can be embedded on your Facebook fan page. Pays 50% commissions and another 10% on their two-tiers program.
Semrush – An SEO and SEM tool with high conversions. Pays 40% recurring commissions.
Shopify – An ecommerce platform that offers total control over the look and feel of your online store. Pays 20% commissions.
Snip.ly – Drives conversions through content curation by adding a call-to-action to every link you share. Pays 20% commission.
SocialOomph – Social tool for scheduling posts, getting social insights, monitoring multiple accounts on one dashboard. Pays 40% recurring plus 5% from referral revenue.
Social Pilot – This is a social media automation tool, popular among entrepreneurs and bloggers. It lets you schedule updates on multiple social-media accounts, as well as auto-publishing using RSS. Pays 30% commission.
Tailwind – Pinterest scheduling tool for tracking, improving your pins and scheduling. Saves time, gains more blog traffic from Pinterest. Pays 15% recurring and $0.20 per free trial.
TD Web Services – Managed WordPress hosting, business hosting and dedicated servers. Pays 35% commissions.
Thrive Themes – Offers a suite of products for bloggers and internet marketers who use WordPress. Their specialty is conversion optimization and their products sell well. Pays 50% commissions on purchases and 25% recurring commissions.
Upcity – Local inbound marketing services and SEO software. Pays 20% lifetime commissions.
The very best method for promoting these programs is to first use them yourself. Then you can give a first-hand accounting of what you like about the programs, and why you’re recommending them to your readers.
Of course there are plenty of recurring payment affiliate programs in other niches besides Internet Marketing. Whatever niche you’re in, make a search, find two or three you absolutely love, and promote them like crazy.