AffiliatesOur Affiliate Program
We do have an affiliate program though the ShareASale. You are free to join and make some money.
We pay 20% commission for all NextScripts.com orders.
Sign-up for a ShareASale affiliate account and apply for our affiliate program in one step by filling out the application.
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How does this Affiliate Program work?
You make money by referring customers to our website. Use special links that you get from your ShareASale account to refer visitors to our site. Once this referred visitor make an order you will receive commission that will be paid to you by ShareASale.
Does it cost me anything to become an affiliate?
Our affiliate program is free to join, there are no monthly fees or minimum sales requirements.
Can anyone join? I am outside of the U.S. Am I still eligible for the Affiliate Program?
Yes, sure. As long as you meet ShareASale requirements, our Affiliate Program is open to anyone and it has “Auto-Approval” set.
Can I earn commissions on my own order?
We do not allow self referrals. You will not receive any commissions when placing an order through your own affiliate link. If you will be ordering on behalf of your clients, please let us know in advance.
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