Kaymu Affiliate

Online marketplace, Kaymu.com.ng is relaunching its dormant affiliate program. They have called it “a unique opportunity for rising entrepreneurs to generate income through our site, even if they do not have products to sell online”.

To be honest, I wasn’t aware the program was killed off in the first place. I reckon they laid the program to rest quietly, some time last year, to work out chinks in its armour, before reactivating – as they’ve done now.

After signing up for the program, marketers are given access to a dashboard that allows them create a customizable link to share, banners to promote their personal Kaymu link, and an analytics system to monitor traffic and sales generated from the link.

The program allows for marketers to pick categories they deem most beneficial, or most relevant to their audience. This is a good idea, because if I ran an online bookstore, I wouldn’t want to be promoting impertinent content. Affiliates can earn up to 7% commission from sales generated through their shared links.

Interested publishers can sign up here, or send an email to affiliate.program@kaymu.com.ng for more information.

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