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SEO & Web Design Affiliate Programme

Looking for an affiliate programme with a digital marketing agency?

We’ve been partnering with freelancers and fellow agency owners for a while, either via our standard white-label digital marketing services, or with our referral/affiliate programme.

This has largely been kept secret due to our beginnings with a select number of freelancers as part of our affiliate programme. Now, with their blessing, we’ve opened it up to you too.

If you want to learn about how our white-label services work, head to the dedicated page. We are here to tell you more about the referral programme and how you can make a few extra quid just by sending lovely leads our way.

– You are a freelancer or agency owner and have a client who requires digital marketing services, but do not want to manage a relationship via a standard white-label programme. You’d rather give the work to someone else – but what do you get for it?

– You pass the client to us. And what do we do? We pay you a recurring commission of 15% of the monthly revenue for the lifetime of the account. For instance, if the contracted agreement per month was £900, you’d receive £135 every month. Generally all work will be based on a flat day rate so the costs are kept as low as possible for our clients.

– We don’t do monthly contracts. We will send proof of payment from the client, then pass 15% of that on to you. Simples.

So what’s in it for us? We have a very high retention rate, and we get clients that last. You get the recurring commission for being kind enough to pass the client(s) on to us.

And that’s it – We’ve purposely left out a contact form here to avoid spam, so if you’re interested and want to learn more, or if you have a client who fits the bill and you don’t want to be involved with a white-label option, then drop us a message at hello@dispensedigital.co.uk with the subject line ‘Have I got news for you’.