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 as scratching the back of your ear and if best affiliate marketing programs in kenya are serious you could scoop a fortune out of these affiliate programs. So most of the times, 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.
Some of these programs are not even allowed in Kenya. This is the reason why I had to combine a list of affiliate programs that are based and operate by Kenyan websites and pay through options that are conversant with the Kenyan affiliate community. This does not however mean that these sites operate only in Kenya, most of them have worldwide affiliates. The good news as we will see, is that most of these sites pay through M-pesa which is very popular among Kenyans.
I did not however link these sites to the affiliate sign up pages but they won’t be hard to notice. Just make sure you have a good look around. You will all agree with me that JUMIA adverts are all over the internet largely including the social media like facebook, twitter and Youtube. But what is JIMIA and what does it deal with? You would ask because you probably love asking questions. 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.
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. Travel Start offers such services as flight booking, hotel booking, car rental, vacation packages and many more. It operates in different countries such as Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria, Egypt and many others. They also have an affiliate program which through affiliates, help them to get more customers to use their services. Their payment options include M-pesa, Electronic fund transfer and credit card. They also allow cash deposit at any KCB or Barclays bank in Kenya and accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
Their commission rates are however not clearly stated. You can promote their products using API, banners or white label. They are said to have the best customer support and can provide you with some of the affiliate tools for your promotion. I got a feeling that many travel companies are really into this affiliate thing. May be they have realized its importance after all.