List of the 6 Best Online Courses Affiliate Programs
Bookkeepers.com offers popular bookkeeping courses that enable their customers/clients to start their very own virtual bookkeeping businesses from scratch.
A few of the courses they sell
- Bookkeeper Launch – Costs $2,499 and pays ~$625 in commission
- Marketing Machine – Costs $2,995 and pays ~$749 in commission
- Outstanding Processes & People – Costs $2,995 and pays ~$749 in commission
There are also lower-priced courses available for sale.
The cookie lasts for 60 days.
I think this affiliate program could convert pretty well thanks to the premium domain name and the great-looking website they’ve got.
CreativeLive is a website with over 1,500 classes (online courses). This includes close to 1,000 photography and video classes. They write that these courses have close to 2 million students, so they are certainly popular!
You’ll also find classes for a wide range of other topics here, including social media marketing, freelancing, sales & marketing, online business, writing, and podcasting.
You’ll earn a 30% revenue share for all purchases made within 30 days.
This affiliate program is part of the ShareASale affiliate network.
The American Sports & Fitness Association has certified many thousands of fitness professionals working throughout the United States and internationally.
The list of courses is huge and includes personal trainer certifications, group fitness certifications, coaching certifications, and more. Within each of these categories, there are tons of different courses available. Some of the specific courses includes a sports nutrition course, a golf fitness course, and a bodyweight training course. In total, I believe there are over 50 different health & fitness related courses here.
Their affiliate program pay a flat 5% of sales for any of the many courses they sell on their website. The cookie lasts for just 7 days, so be aware of that when writing your marketing content.
The course is currently priced at $197. They also offer more expensive options priced at $297 (access to a forum and a monthly list of undervalued stocks) and $597 (60-minutes consultation and a 6-month subscription to an investing report).
In addition to the course, they sell subscriptions for their report for $19.99/mo or $199/year and a seminar for $599 to $899.
They pay a pretty decent commission rate of 20%. This is recurring so you can earn more than what you get from your initial sale if your referral purchases more of their products.
AuthorityHacker is a hugely popular website. As proven by their Alexa traffic rank of less than 10,000. They also inform on their website to have over 10,000 happy customers.
This product is only available for promotion at its launches. These launches happen a few times per year.
They also sell a product called The Authority Site System which can be promoted year-round. This is “A complete step-by-step training course for building highly profitable authority sites from the ground up.”
I like that they offer the possibility for recurring revenue by paying affiliates for any other products their referrals purchase in the future as well.
I am not sure how much they pay in commission for each of these online courses other than what they state on their website which is that you can earn up to $990 per sale.
Ps. They also have a weekly podcast. Always packed with lots of great tips and useful news for us affiliate marketers. I would suggest checking it out if you’re trying to make money online with your own websites and affiliate programs. It is called The Authority Hacker Podcast.
The Share A Sale network has been around for a long time now and they have a lot of affiliate programs you can promote as a member. It is actually one of the world’s most popular affiliate networks at the moment. Their site looks a little simple and not too serious, but it is easy to use. The affiliate system is nice looking and comprehensive with many options and features.
It can be a bit hard to find the good offers to promote though as they have a lot of really low quality offers also, unfortunately, and those often appear at the top of the lists. This is a pretty big drawback to me.
You get access to a big database of coupons and deals as well as gift cards to attract clicks and customers to many of the offers.
Many of the programs have great average PPC values. You can easily see the average PPC of each program as well as how much reversal (for instance canceled orders) you can expect from each offer.
There are 11 online course affiliate programs part of this affiliate network at the time of writing this. This includes a kid's coding course paying $50 CPA, a website offering courses in 160+ world languages or 1,000+ soft skills paying 20% commissions, and a website offering AI, machine learning, and similar that also pays 20% commissions.