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Affiliate Program

This section contains information about the Beaver Builder Affiliate Program.

Signup fee

Registering is free! Just complete our affiliate application to apply to our program.

Where can I find your Affiliate Agreement?

You'll find the Affiliate Agreement on our website via this URL: https://www.wpbeaverbuilder.com/affiliate-program-terms-conditions/.

What are the payment options and minimum payout limits?

All affiliate payouts are paid via PayPal and all payouts will be made when the affiliate's accumulated eligible earnings meet or exceed the threshold of US$100.

Our affiliate program uses cookies to track sales generated by your affiliate link. The cookies will remain valid for 60 days.

Do I need to have an active Beaver Builder subscription?

No, you do not need to have an active subscription to be an affiliate. However, the more familiar you are with Beaver Builder, the easier it will be to recommend and sell.

How often will I be paid?

Affiliate earnings will be eligible for payout 30 days after the end of the month in which they accrue.

For example, earnings accrued any time during the month of January will be eligible for payment when payouts are processed in March. All eligible payouts will be processed for payment by the Company by the 20th of each month.

You can find all of the banners and affiliate links with your unique affiliate link within your Affiliate area. All banners are found on the Creatives tab.

How much can I earn with your Affiliate Program?

There is no limit on your earning. As long as the sales you refer are made legitimately, we are happy to pay for them.

Affiliates are not allowed to bid on keywords or phrases containing the "Beaver Builder" trademark or any variation of the trademarked term on Pay-Per-Click or Pay per Impression campaigns on any search engine, including but not limited to Google, Yahoo, MSN, Ask, or Bing.

Am I allowed to use Beaver Builder in my domain or website name?

We do not permit using any of the Company intellectual property (IP) or any confusingly similar variation of the Company IP. This includes a restriction on using the Company IP in any domain or website name, in any keywords or advertising, in any metatags or code, or in any way that is likely to cause consumer confusion.