PartnerStack is the go-to affiliate network for B2B technology partnerships.
When you join the network, you’ll gain exclusive access to some of the world’s most reputable and top-paying B2B affiliate marketing programs like Notion, Monday.com, and Webflow.
If you’re new to B2B affiliate marketing, it operates very similarly to B2C affiliate marketing—except the commissions are usually higher and typically paid out for longer. Think recurring revenue of 20-50% of a sale for the lifetime of the customer you helped create (this depends on the brand – some offer 12 months or one-off commissions only).
Through the in-app dashboard, you’ll be able to easily monitor your performance across all of the programs that you are currently part of. Built-in partner engagement features like challenges, in-app messaging, learning materials, etc. allow for more connectivity and engagement with the partner program managers.
Like with other affiliate networks, you will need to apply to each individual partner program separately, but you’ll be paid out altogether once a month via Paypal or Stripe once you hit the network’s $5 payout threshold.
If you are looking to work with top-tier B2B companies that provide higher commission and conversion rates, the PartnerStack Network should be the first place you start your search for affiliate marketing programs.
What you need to know about PartnerStack
- Niche/product types: B2B SaaS and tech products, digital-first products only
- Average commission rate: Depends on the specific merchant you sign up with, but commissions include cost-per-action and percentage structures.
- Cookie duration: Up to 90 days, depending on the merchant that you sign up with.
- Minimum payout: $5 USD
PartnerStack pros and cons
- Hundreds of exclusive, world-class B2B companies to partner with
- Dedicated partner program managers who are invested in your success
- Cookies last up to 90 days, 30 days longer than the average affiliate marketing link cookie.
- Low payout threshold at $5
- Partner reporting could be more robust than where it is currently at today