Just about anyone can join the program. To become a Broadjam affiliate you must be at least 18 years of age and be a member of Broadjam. Affiliates using websites that promote the following will be excluded: sexually explicit content, violence, illegal acts, or discrimination based on sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, nationality, age, or disability. Broadjam reserves the right to deny any individual website participation in the program.
New Members: Sign up for a Broadjam membership. You’ll be asked to fill out your personal information and accept the Broadjam Affiliate Agreement. Once that’s done, you can start earning. We will provide you with affiliate banners and links that you can post to your website or anywhere else on the web.
If you are already a Broadjam member, go to your profile page and click on “My Affiliate Admin” located under My Account and sign up as an affiliate. If you have any questions please contact Broadjam Customer Service.
Nothing! You can join Broadjam’s Affiliate Program for free!
You do not need a website to become a Broadjam Affiliate. Broadjam will supply you with an affiliate code (i.e. 83jf38) that you can pass out to prospective referrals. This code will earn you a commission the same way a banner will. You will also receive an affiliate text link that you can add to emails or post on websites if you’d rather not use a banner.
Commission is fixed at 10% of the price of the membership purchased by the referral, and it is only paid the first time a member signs up. How much you earn will depend on how much time you dedicate to selling and what selling techniques you implement. Broadjam may contact affiliates that provide a significant number of referrals about participating in a higher-tier incentive plan.
You will be paid by check in U.S. dollars, which we will mail to you upon your request. You can request a payment once per quarter, provided that you have earned $20 or more from your sales. We will mail you the payment within thirty (30) days of the end of the quarter in which you request it. All affiliate earnings will be marked as pending until 90 days past the membership sale date. After 90 days, affiliate earnings will appear as “approved.”
We ask that you have $20 or more to make sure we are giving you the highest payout. It would be inefficient to send out checks for small amounts, and we’d have to reduce your payout to cover our transaction expenses.
No. You only get paid for the member’s initial signup. However, you are paid in the event your referral signs up for a free membership, but upgrades to a paid membership at full price before your affiliate code cookie expires.
No. You can become a Broadjam affiliate no matter where you live or work. Broadjam has an international presence and encourages members from all countries to join the Affiliate Program.
Broadjam has created banners and links for you to post on the web. You can find them in your Affiliate Program control panel. Simply copy the code found below a banner and paste it into the code for your web page, and you will get a commission for anyone who signs up after clicking through the banner. If you wish, you can use create your own banners and use your affiliate link to get credit for your referrals.
You can view all activity generated by your affiliate banners and links, as well as your total commission, from your Affiliate Program control panel. Every Broadjam link that you’ve posted on the web is tracked, and your click-throughs and referral sign ups are recorded and reported there.
To locate your Affiliate Control Panel, login to your Broadjam account, and click on the “My Affiliate Admin” link under the account setting menu located in the upper right corner of the site, and then click on the control panel link on that page.
Contact Broadjam Customer Support with any questions or concerns about the Affiliate Program.
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Broadjam does encourage affiliates to bid on keywords. However, incorrectly spelling or bidding on the Broadjam trademark is strictly prohibited.
The Broadjam Affiliate Control Panel is a reporting tool, used to view your sales and commissions, as well as their current status.