Commission for Referrals
Earn up to $15,000 per month for sales!*
We understand users might not convert right away, that’s why we provide you with unique codes to ensure you get credited for the sale.
*Actual amounts may vary.
How Affiliates Earn
from the expert Neil Patel
When it comes down to the actual marketing, there are 2 sides of an affiliate equation: the membership plan and the affiliate marketer.
Therefore, affiliate marketing can be seen as the process of spreading news and sharing interest about the membership plan. Each party receives a share of the revenue. Read more on Neil’s website.
4 Steps to Become an Affiliate Marketer
Share HOLLYFY online
Blog or Podcast HOLLYFY Reviews
You already create content your audience enjoys, so all you have to do to get started is to share information about HOLLYFY.
- Write blog articles about HOLLYFY.
- Publish YouTube videos about HOLLFY.
- Post on your social media about HOLLFY.
- Share your affiliate link & PROMO code.
Send Email Offers to Your Audience
Email is still one of the best marketing channels today, so don’t miss out on it. Even with less than 500 people on your email list, you can create significant sales revenue. Just make sure that you keep your audience engaged, by sending them regular updates. Don’t make it all sales. Just let them know when you have a new review or special offer available.
Educate your Audience
Promote your podcast or blog post on social media for a week in advance and get more people to sign up.
Pointing to your affiliate link and sharing it at the end of the podcast is a soft sell and comes naturally since you just spent time talking about HOLLYFY.
It won’t feel forced and your audience can still take all of the time they want to make up their mind on whether they’ll purchase.
Grow Your Affiliate Earnings by Adding PPC AdWords on Google
Once your affiliate marketing business starts to picks up steam, you can start thinking about paid advertising.
Adverts help your blog, YouTube channel, social media profile and email list grow in size which increases your link conversion.
Generate passive income when members sign up for HOLLYFY using your UNIQUE PROMO code or on your dedicated landing page (which we’ll provide for free).
Sample PROMO code:
Your questions answered
For more helpful suggestions, best-practices, optimizations, content guidelines, responsibilites and general knowledge…visit our help center.
What is affiliate marketing?
Affiliate marketing is the process of earning income every time you promote someone elses products or services (or in our case: membership). If you generate a sale for the company, you get paid. If you don’t generate a sale, you do not get paid.
Is this a full-time job?
Nope. Sales affiliates are not considered employees of HOLLYFY. Because of this, you are able to work the times that best meet your lifestyle.
Unlike hourly labor, we reward results. If you can accomplish results with minimal effort, we respect that. Maximize your conversions and want to keep earning? We respect that too.
The more sales you converts the more you earn. This is commission only, but the total amount is up to you.
Chat with your CPA to comply with local tax laws.
How do I get paid?
ACH bank transfers or PayPal,…choose the option that best fits the working relationship you’d like to have.
What is HOLLYFY?
HOLLYFY helps marketers increase brand awareness and relevance.
HOLLYFY helps entertainment productions of many types get funding.
We match entertainment productions with brand marketers. Our proprietary software helps creators and advertisers of all sizes leverage each other for exponential growth.
Entertainment productions (music videos, lyrics, movies, video games, streaming TV, Instagrammers, YouTubers, bloggers, podcasters, etc) want to monetize their productions.
Brand marketers (products, apparel, shops, services, locations, restaurants, electronics, vehicles, beverages, toys, etc) want to increase brand awareness with an attentive audience.
HOLLYFY matches both.
What brands are allowed on HOLLYFY?
Almost all types of widely enjoyed brands are allowed on HOLLYFY. Everything from automotive, beverages, restaurants, apparel, electronics, furniture, food, candy, retail stores, banks, grocery, e-commerce, apps, websites, toys, tools, hardware, equipment, and more.
Brand Advertisers. Learn more here.
How much can you make as an affiliate?
Affiliate income is not consistent. You’ll need to look at income from an annual basis instead of monthly. A decent affiliate can make anywhere from $10,000 a year to $400,000. A super affiliate can make upwards of $1,500,000 a year.
Chat with your local accountant to maximize tax compliance.
How do I track my links & promo codes?
Our affiliate program will report the number of times people tapped on your links/button as well as how many times your unique promo code was used.
In addition, you can manage your payouts, sales materials, and communication preference.
How do I begin?
Simply complete the sign up form above. Our team will review your qualifications and respond if you’re a good fit.
What is branded entertainment?
Branded entertainment is quite simply entertainment productions using real world brands as part of their productions, scenes, set design, props, dialogue, song lyrics, storyline, and more.
It is the evolution of content creation and advertising.
Instead of the complex system where skippable commercials interrupt your favorite entertainment, brands simply live inside of the entertainment. Which means, as a viewer, you’ll have more realism in scenes and less need to take a commercial break.
Advertisers win by getting featured in front of an attentive audience.
Entertainment creators win by having ad budgets allocated more to the production (and less to middle-men).
What entertainment is allowed on HOLLYFY?
Almost all types of widely enjoyed entertainment are allowed on HOLLYFY. Everything from movies, streaming TV shows, cable TV, broadcast TV, video games, music videos, song lyrics, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, Snapchat, TikTok, blogs, and more.
We do restrict some ratings of entertainment however.
Entertainment Creators. Learn more here.