When do affiliates earn a commission?
You earn a commission for every paid course purchase you refer to aptLearn, except in the following cases:
- The customer uses a free coupon code to pay for the course.
- The course is free.
- The customer makes a purchase after the 30-day cookie expires.
What is the commission?
Our baseline commission is 10% of valid affiliate sales, with the possibility of an increase based on performance. Our cookies last 30 days. This means that if a user clicks through your affiliate link and buys an aptLearn course within 30 days, you earn a commission.
Commissionable vs Non-Commissionable items
You can earn a commission by promoting the majority of our courses on our website. However, certain courses are not commissionable, including free courses, purchases made with unapproved codes, and subscription purchases.
Can I ask for a larger commission?
If your program is a top earner or in a vertical in which we are looking to expand, our team will reach out to you proactively to discuss opportunities for a temporarily increased commission. We also consider whether your program provides added value placements such as email newsletter placements, on-site placements, social media promotions, or similar placements.
Unfortunately, no. Sales through the mobile app are not commissionable. Currently, we can’t track affiliate commissions for purchases that happen through the aptLearn Mobile App, nor do we manage those payments since they are all processed and handled by Apple/Google.
We do, however, attribute affiliates for sales that happen on the mobile version of our site. If a user clicks your affiliate link using a mobile browser and purchases a course within the cookie window for that course, you’ll earn a commission.