Join the Udemy Affiliate Program
Udemy has an affiliate program in the Education and Art niches with commissions up to 15% depending on publisher on Rakuten. Learn how to join the Udemy affiliate program, where to get the best rates, and the longest cookie period through our affiliate program guide below.
|15% depending on publisher||7 days||United States||Details|
|15% depending on publisher||7 days||Global||Details|
|15% depending on publisher||7 days||United States, Spain, Netherlands, Italy, France, Canada, Poland, Germany||Details|
|15% depending on publisher||7 days||United States, Russia||Details|
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What you should know about the Udemy affiliate program
Udemy is without a doubt, one of the most popular education affiliate programs, according to our analysis of affiliate links from top elearning websites.
It has over 155,000 courses, each managed by independent instructors. Anyone can create and publish a course on Udemy, so be sure to vet the quality of courses before recommending them.
At only 7 days, it’s cookie window is 75% shorter than the industry standard of 30 days. In practice, this means customers must arrive at your link ready to buy. Luckily, Udemy has a Marketplace Insights tool that you can use to gauge the most popular courses and perform niche research.
Although Udemy does provide assets like banners and images, these assets look like ads and in general do not convert as well as deep links. Deep links are hyperlinks that direct your audience to a specific place on a website. In this case, a specific course.