If you’ve got a good presence on social media or perhaps you even have a blog or website, you can start bringing in money immediately by promoting all sorts of companies, products, services and offers online. In fact, Affiliate programs and networks are so far the most popular methods of making money online among many affiliates. The sign up process is as easy and one could scoop a fortune out of these affiliate programs.
However, most of the affiliate programs that are very popular worldwide are based in the western countries most commonly in the US. Majority of the time, many Kenyan affiliates find it hard to have a healthy working relationship with some of these affiliate programs especially because of their payment terms and methods.
The following list combines affiliate programs that are based and operate by Kenyan websites and pay through options that are conversant with the Kenyan affiliate community.
JUMIA is a Nigerian based online market place founded in 2012 by Jeremy Hodara and Sacha Poignonnec and as of 2015, it had spread its warehouses in eight countries- Nigeria, Kenya, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Morocco, Ghana, Uganda and Cameroon.
In November 2014 JUMIA launched its affiliate program which allowed anybody with a website, blog or even just a social media account to promote its products and get commissions.
The affiliates are paid 11% commission as compared to Amazon that gives as low as 4%.If customers they refer purchase their products within 30 days of clicking through the affiliate links and payments are made via local bank transfer.
Their advertising media include banners, text links and product feeds which is a more detailed product information.
Follow the link to enroll in the Jumia Affiliate Program
Kilimall, just like Jumia, has a wonderful affiliate program. This online shop offers attractive commission for bloggers who successfully directs customers into buying Kilimall products.
Commissions earned from the successful sales range from 2% to 8%.
Follow the link to enroll in the Kilimall Affiliate Program
Author: Brian Gachie