Work At Home Affiliate Programs

work at home affiliate programsIt was recently brought to my attention that I have lists of affiliate programs for food bloggers and craft bloggers, but no post dedicated to work at home bloggers. And there are a lot of you out there following The Work at Home Wife. Here is a short list of programs I recommend on my sites in this niche. This list only includes larger programs. There are hundreds of self-managed, e-junkie and Clickbank offers that are relevant to the work at home category as well.

Job Boards

DoNanza.com

Simply Hired

Indeed

Online Business Essentials

Web Hosting Companies (Hostgator, WP Engine)

Domain Name Providers (1&1, GoDaddy)

Website Framework and Themes (Genesis, Thesis)

Newsletter Services (AWeber)

VistaPrint 

Business Opportunities

Stella & Dot

General Work at Home Necessities

Office Supply Stores (Staples, OfficeMax)

Amazon Kindle eBooks (review them on your site)

Training and Coaching Programs (VA Classroom)

Accounting Software (Quickbooks Online)

Roboform 

Freelance Marketplaces (may only pay for clients, not freelancer sign-ups)

Ziptask 

HireWriters 

oDesk

Elance

Witmart

Freelancer.com 

Do-It-For-You

VigLink

 

The best work at home affiliate programs for you are going to be those that you can honestly review and recommend and those of interest to your audience. And unless you are truly interested in a business opportunity, I would stay away from multi-level marketing programs and stick with the pay-per-click or pay-per-sale offers. MLMs are a business in themselves and could inevitably overrun your site due to the sales pressure.

If you are looking for more affiliate programs, check out my list of 70+ companies that will pay you to post their links. If you are seeking affiliate programs for a specific niche, let me know in the comments.

Comments

  1. Excellent list! Some of these I use already but I saw a few others I’m going to have to investigate further. As for job boards, I’ve been using Indeed for the last several months and have done very well with it. The only gripe I have with them though is that they pay quarterly rather than monthly, and there is no option for Paypal — they just send a check out.

  2. Ooh! Great list! Thanks for sharing! :)

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