Affiliate programs are one way to make money with a Jewish website or blog. I’ve created a list of Jewish affiliate programs that I’ve encountered. Hopefully you will find some here that are relevant for your site.
Jewish Affiliate Programs List
World of Judaica: This Judaica affiliate program offers a generous commission of 10% (11% on direct sales) and the marketing staff are very supportive.
Feldheim – A New affiliate program to promote the books of this well-known Jewish publisher – earn 12% commissions.
MyEsrog.com – Earn 15% commission when referring sales of lulavim and esrogim through this program.
Artscroll – There are lots of opportunities to promote their books, which are relatively easy to sell because everybody knows them. You can also use one of their banners to fill empty ad space.
Coveryourhair.com – A highly successful site selling women’s head-coverings that is relatively easy to sell for because their own marketing is so awesome.
MyHeadcoverings.com – The main competitor of Coveryourhair.com, but not the same marketing powerhouse.
Shellsheli.com – They sell women’s shells and other modest fashions. Nice people to work with and definitely worth a try if it’s relevant to your niche!
KosherCasual.com – A great affiliate program for a great company manufacturing casual modest clothing in Israel. It’s always a pleasure to work with pros.
PrettyMe Maternity – Really nice modest maternity clothes, targeting the Jewish market
eTeacher – They offer live online classes in Modern Hebrew, Biblical Hebrew and Yiddish. Their commissions are high (they even have Pay-per-lead). They are also aggressive marketers, which hopefully means more earnings for their hard-working affiliates! My husband has sold for them through his site, YiddishAcademy.com
Elal – They just approached me. I’ve never worked with them but it might be good for any Israel or Jewish travel-related website. You sign up via the MatomyMarket
Jdeal – A kosher daily deal site based in New York that rewards you for effectively promoting their deals
Zara-Mart – A complete range of Judaica. They run their program through ShareaSale, which is nice for us affiliates.
KneesNToes – A socks and hosiery ecommerce site run by a Jewish woman
Judaism.com – A huge range of Judaica and useful affiliate tools.
DeadSea Premium – This US-based marketer of Dead Sea products has good prices and good marketing – though I have never tried to sell them. A 20% commission is generous though.
Jdate – this mega-successful Jewish dating site is popular in the general Jewish market. They have an affiliate program is suitable for sites with a broad Jewish audience (i.e. not a religious audience)
This list is a work-in-progress. Please tell us about more Jewish affiliate programs so we can grow this list.
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