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Pickler Launches Affiliate Program - Apply NOW!

by Stacie Townsend

Pickler Launches Affiliate Program - Apply NOW!

What Is the Pickler Affiliate Program?

Want to generate revenue? The Pickler Affiliate Program allows approved pickleball enthusiasts to advertise Pickler discount codes in order to begin earning commissions on sales. Pickler handles order fulfillment and customer service for all transactions resulting from referred sales – you simply send us the purchasing traffic by advertising your customizable discount code! By linking to and providing discount codes for Pickler.com, you will earn commissions and provide your pickleball network with discounts to the Internet's best online pickleball video lessons!


How Does It Work?

It's a simple way to earn extra cash. As a Pickler Affiliate, you will receive your own individualized discount code, which you can share or include in email campaigns, on your website or in search listings. When customers use your discount code to purchase Pickler’s My Pro Pickleball Coach instructional videos, the sale is associated with your account and you are credited for the sale. At the end of each quarter (i.e. March 31st, June 30th, September 30th, and December 31st), you will receive a check for your entire commission amount for sales for that quarter.


Pickler handles all transactions and customer service. We track all transactions using your individualized discount code, and pay you for business you refer to us through purchases using your code.


Who Can Be a Pickler Affiliate?

Any family friendly pickleball enthusiast is eligible to join the Pickler Affiliate Program, subject to the Pickler Affiliate Program Terms and Conditions. There is no fee to join or participate.


How Do I Get Started?

Apply by sending an email to stacie@thepickler.com with (1) your name, (2) your address, and (3) a brief summary of your experience with pickleball to date. We will get back to you in short order with an approval, a request for further information, or an explanation why you were not approved at this time.


How Much Do Pickler Affiliates Make?

Commission rates vary, but generally start at $20 per sale of Pickler’s My Pro Pickleball Coach collection, with increased commissions offered for exceptional performance.


Are There Any Fees or Costs Associated with Becoming a Pickler Affiliate?

No, there is no charge to join the Pickler Affiliate Program.


On What Products Do I Earn a Commission?

You will earn a commission on sales of Pickler’s My Pro Pickleball Coach collection, which features over 140 pickleball video lessons!

 

Why Join the Pickler Affiliate Program?

Pickler has the best pickleball instructional videos on the Internet. As a Pickler Affiliate, you can provide your pickleball network and customers with the best pickleball knowledge to help them reach their pickleball goals, all at a discount!

 

What Are You Waiting For?!

Email stacie@thepickler.com NOW to Join the Pickler Affiliate Program!

Pickler Affiliate Program




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