Grow Your Business as a ReachLocal Affiliate Partner

ReachLocal Affiliate Partner speaks to happy client on the phone

2020 has been a difficult year for many businesses in New Zealand. In times like this we have a responsibility to work together to find ways to keep businesses going. If you’re finding it tough to bring in new business at this time, why not look at ways you can sell more to your existing customers? ReachLocal’s Affiliate Partner Program gives businesses the opportunity to create an additional revenue stream by referring clients to us for digital marketing services. In Q1 this year, our top Affiliate Partners earned an average of $18,000 – just for sending business our way. Keep reading to learn how an Affiliate Partnership with ReachLocal can benefit your business.

How Does an Affiliate Partnership with ReachLocal Work?

Being a ReachLocal Affiliate Partner gives you the ability to meet the online marketing needs of your clients without additional work for you. Simply refer your clients to ReachLocal and give them access to all of our digital marketing solutions, from responsive websites bundled with lead conversion software, to search ads, social media advertising, and more. For every referred client who signs up for our solutions, you’ll receive a residual compensation starting at 5% of their ReachLocal spend!  

What Types of Businesses Can Become Affiliate Partners?

The ReachLocal Affiliate Partner Program is open to a wide range of companies, businesses and organisations. It’s a great fit for Advertising Agencies and Media Publishers who offer some advertising options to their clients, but cannot provide the full suite of digital marketing solutions ReachLocal offer. Similarly, we have many Web Development Affiliate Partners, who create incredible websites but then refer their clients to us for ongoing search engine optimisation, live chat, and digital advertising services. The Affiliate Partner Program is open to all Business Owners and Trade Associations who feel our digital marketing products can provide benefits to their customer base. Just ask yourself – Would getting more leads online be a benefit to my Clients? If your answer is ‘Yes’, the ReachLocal Affiliate Partner Program could be a great opportunity for you. 

Is Our Affiliate Partner Program a Good Fit For Your Business?

Being a ReachLocal Affiliate Partner does mean that after you refer your clients, you leave the rest to us. We have a globally aligned online marketing system recognised by Google, Microsoft and hundreds of other publishers, so it’s a partnership you can trust. Your clients will receive access to our award-winning optimisation technology, and dedicated Account Managers who support them to build awareness for their brand online, and bring more leads into their business. Affiliate Partners are provided integrated marketing and sales support, and receive a residual compensation between 5% and 12% of their clients’ ReachLocal spend.  

Ready to Learn More About an Affiliate Partnership?

ReachLocal’s unique Affiliate Partner Program gives you the ability to be a one-stop-shop, going above and beyond for your clients while helping them improve their bottom line. When you add our program to your portfolio of services, you will unlock a valuable new revenue stream for your business. Take the next step and get in touch with us today on 0800 466 585!

Emma Reid

Emma is a talented Graphic Designer and Marketer who designs all internal and external communications for ReachLocal Australia and New Zealand. She also updates and manages our websites, in addition to assisting with other marketing activities. Emma is a passionate volunteer with Orange Sky Laundry. When she's not pulling her hair out over HTML (just kidding!) she's wearing odd socks, bleeding coffee, playing dodgeball and doodling letters.

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