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If you're passionate about startups, we have
a partnership program just for you.
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If you blog about, tweet for, befriend, speak to, teach, write about, mentor, fund or spend time around startups, then you know how challenging it is to launch and grow a business. We're looking for passionate partners to help startups succeed in every aspect of their startup, no matter where they are in the world.
StartupPlays works with the world's most successful entrepreneurs to convert their experience and knowledge into step-by-step recipes (we call them "plays") that startups can follow to achieve success in specific business activities. Our plays cover a broad range of topics including funding, marketing, customer acquisition, channel development, and much more.
Unlike other "affiliate programs", StartupPlays partners are carefully selected and monitored based on their participation in and support for the entrepreneurship community. You'll never "compete" with online affiliates or link baiters, but will be part of a program that includes the most influential startup people in the world. You'll earn an average of $45 per successful referral and our top affiliates earn over $3,000 per month.
We would never refer someone or recommend something we didn't believe in or try ourselves, and we don't expect you to either. Each partner that is approved will receive a free play of their choice. All we ask is that you don't share all the great content in the play (including screenshots), and that you do write and talk about our product honestly and from your experience or from the experience of someone you know.
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Join the hottest partner program for startups
and what The Next Web and TechCrunch has called
"an Affordable Virtual Alternative to the Startup Accelerator"
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Here's a quick video that walks you through the process: