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The 25 Best Affiliate Marketing Companies in 2019



The 25 Best Affiliate Marketing Companies in 2019

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Small businesses need a simple way to recruit marketers to help sell products. And small online marketers need a simple way to gain commission from the traffic they drive. Affiliate marketing solves both problems.

Affiliate marketing involves marketing someone else’s goods and services for a commission. Small businesses can use this model to market their products. Or affiliate marketing can earn revenue for a small business like a web publisher.

Experts predict the spend on affiliate marketing could hit $8.2 billion USD by 2022. So here are 25 of the best affiliate marketing companies for 2019.



Affiliate Marketing Companies to Consider

eBay Partner Network

The eBay Partner Network has been around for a long time. And the commission rates are up to 70% of the auction fees. But the auction template itself might turn small businesses people away.

Jet

This affiliate marketing program sells everything including groceries. And the commission rate is 2.5%.  Jet offers free returns and free shipments over $35. So it may serve smaller food retailers well.

Amazon Associates

Amazon Associates offers an overwhelming number of products.  The fixed standard program fee stands at 10% for women’s fashions. And that rate represents the highest. The program makes over 1 million products available. So this make the Amazon affiliate program a possibble choice for lots of small businesses.



Gearbest

Gearbest offers Chinese electronics in its store. And joining their affiliate program costs nothing.

GoDaddy

Web marketers looking to make extra should pay attention here. Because GoDaddy offers a 40% commission. And the service remains popular with Web designers.

HostGator

HostGator offers big time web hosting with a large affiliate opportunity. And you can earn $125 per signup.

ShareASale

You’ll find over 1000 exclusive merchants on ShareASale. The company also enjoys a good reputation for paying commissions on a regular basis.



ClickBank

These folks specialize in delivering lifestyle products worldwide with a team of digital marketing associates. And the program effectively teams the best products with digital marketers reaching their target audience.

Rakuten

Rakuten offers another opportunity for businesses seeking to drive  customers their way. Because the company offers commissions in the form of cash back to customers who buy from you.

CJ Affiliate

CJ Affiliate maintains 15 offices worldwide. And the company enjoys relationships with some major brands. Partner with big names like GoPro to earn commissions for your small marketing business in the digital space.

Wide Markets

If you’re an online business looking to get involved with an ecommerce specific affiliate marketing program. Wide Markets is the one for you.  As a publisher, you can get access to budgets from 11 thousand advertisers.



CPAmatica

CPAmatica is an affiliate network based in the Ukraine. They offer a variety of payment methods that includes Paxum and Payoneer.

Commission Factory

Commission Factory boasts  “little to no barrier to entry.” And the company offers an ever expanding user base. Their software works in real time to show you your stats.

Skimlinks

Skimlinks has a great selection of retail merchants and offers  a 25% commission percentage. The platform offers ease of use and regular payments. But some judge its dashboard mediocre.

Avangate

This cloud based affiliate network services over 180 countries.  Avangate was built to tackle items like subscription billing and global payments.



FlexOffers

FlexOffers provides 20 million products that cover both digital and physical goods. Commission rates vary by the vendor but there are some big brands. There’s an easy to understand contract.

MoreNiche

If having lots of skin in the affiliate marketing game is what you’re looking for, MoreNiche has been in the business since 1999. Bi weekly payments and live earning stats are available.

MunchEye

You can use MunchEye to advertise and/or promote launches. Featured launches costs $200 per.

 Tradedoubler

If volume in active publishers ( the small business that actually place affiliate links on their websites) is what you ‘re looking for consider this. Tradedoubler has 180,000 active publishers and 20 years of experience.



JVZoo

This is an award winning affiliate marketing company. The JVZoo website says they’ve been recognized by Inc.5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in America. Small business can boost their traffic by advertising here too.

REI

REI offers a wide variety of trusted gear in the outdoor space. You’ll get access to a loyal customer base here of over 5 million .

BodyBuilding.com

There’s a lot to choose from in the Health and Fitness vertical. BodyBuilding.com pays 5% for returning customers and 15% for new ones. They’re also a trusted source in the industry.

iAffiliates

iAffiliates is a casino affiliate program, good for small businesses that want to do business with the likes of Casino.com. Their affiliate deals are customized with bi-monthly payments.



VetShop

This site offers animal supplements. VetShop offers customer service seven days a week and their commissions are 10 %.

CornerStorkBabyGifts

Baby gifts for sale at CornerStorkBabyGifts so you cant go wrong signing up to be an affiliate. Good commissions at 12% is another incentive.

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Rob Starr Rob Starr is a Staff Writer for Small Business Trends. Rob is a freelance journalist and content strategist/manager with three decades of experience in both print and online writing. He currently works in New York City as a copywriter and all across North America for a variety of editing and writing enterprises.

11 Reactions
  1. The affiliate marketing companies have definitely changed over time. I wonder how it differs from having your own built-in affiliate marketing program.

  2. Hello Rob,

    Affiliate Marketing is one of the best and lucrative ways to make money online. Shareasale and CJ are one of the best and popular affiliate networks with thousands of Merchants from different categories. Thanks for sharing them.

  3. Great list of affiliate marketing companies, I tried most of them and they work fine, my only surprise is that JVzoo and Muncheye made your list but W+ didn’t, I thought W+ was bigger and better than those two.

  4. Bloggers doing affiliate marketing needs first to build a great mindset and dedication
    unfortunately all the courses describe the steps as a follow them and you will reach your destination

    Few gurus dedicate part of their courses to the importance of being patient and focus, also building audience and not a non related blog posts
    All courses provide the steps and you follow and don’t get any result so you quit

    • Hi there, ive got no skin in the game other than just starting again, 15 years later, after having some moderate success in creating page views. Im talking of Solo Build It. They have loads of sites in the top 5% of searches.

      2005 i originally started and gee do i wish i had carried on and improved my pages, which i believed was the downfall of my website. Cheers

  5. What affiliate marketing are best for vacation travel websites?

  6. Thanks for the wider scope of affiliate marketing companies list. It will help to check what each of them offers to marketers when promoting their products.

  7. LEticia C. castelo

    Whst is the best Affiliate marketing for the begginer.
    I want to concentrate since i lost my job due to covid.
    How it goes?

  8. Are there any Affiliate management companies that structure their commission on a tiered basis? I’ll explain why I’m asking: I work for a gifting e-commerce company. Customers create a profile with us, which they log into when they want to start ordering and when they want to re-order gifts. We do currently work with Affiliates, but we are looking into ways to incentivise publishers by paying them a higher % commission for the number of NEW customers they bring to our site versus the number of existing users that come back to us a second or third time. But we don’t know if they are able to influence customer behaviour. Is there is a similar model out there that does this? And if so, how do they do it? Does anyone have any thoughts that they can share?

  9. the article was really helpful

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