Your registration page is where people apply to your program, and the place where they share their qualifications. Share a bit about your company, and then ask applicants questions to help you vet potential affiliates and influencers. You can revisit and tweak it anytime as you learn what works for you.

Customization Options:

Colors: Adjust the default color of page elements such as background, buttons, and links.

Content: An intro to your company, what type of affiliates you're looking for, or whatever you’d like your applicants to know about you.

Custom form fields: If you have a clear idea of the type of affiliates you want in your network, then you can add custom form fields to screen registrants.

You can select some common fields from the drop-down list, or create your own by entering a Label. Examples: “Provide your Instagram handle.”, “Are you currently a customer of our brand?”, "How do you plan on promoting our brand?"

To determine your response type, select a text box or checkbox, then whether or not a response to this question will be required.

Refersion also supports options to track your page performance, such as Google Analytics or Facebook Pixel tracking. And you can control how URLs are displayed on social media using Open Graph Meta Tags.

Promote Your Page

You’ve built it. Now, here’s how to get your page into the universe.


Two simple ways to place your registration page anywhere on the web:

1. Go to Dashboard>Affiliate Sign-up.

2. Select the Offer you’d like to include for this channel (or multiple channels).

Either Copy the URL and Paste into an email, direct message, blog or social media post;

OR click Embed sign-up form into your site, and paste the code snippet onto your web or landing page of choice.

Tip: Some merchants choose to place a link to the registration form in the header or footer navigation of their website:

Social Media

To promote your page on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Reddit:

3. Click a Social Media Icon.

Note: If you’re logged in to the corresponding account, you’ll navigate there, and a draft post will appear containing the registration page link. If you’re not logged in, you will need to log in and paste the URL from Refersion into a new post you create.

4. Post away!

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