affiliate Informationfor The Society
Thank you so much for supporting DietitianHQ and The Society. Here are a few details about the affiliate program for The Society.
(If you’re looking for affilate information for the RD Entrepreneur Symposium, find it here.)
On this page, you’ll find resources meant to make your life as an affiliate as easy (and lucrative! ;)) as possible and answer any questions you might have. If you run into a question I didn’t answer email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There’s a whole lot of information below but it’s just because I’ve included a LOT of detail about a FEW things. Chances are you’re only reading this page anyways because you like details like me.
Below you’ll find info on:
- How it works
- Important dates
- Access + links
How It Works
Visit the affiliate area to find your unique affiliate link. You can paste any link into the url generator to point to a specific page. I recommend pointing people directly to The Society registration page. (If there’s a waiting list, your link will still track for 30 days – as long as they don’t click on someone else’s affiliate link in the meantime.)
For monthly memberships, you’ll receive 30% recurring commission (aka you earn a paycheck each month someone you referred stays an active member).
For annual memberships, you’ll receive 35% commission (and 35% again each year they stay with The Society).
6Important Dates + Pricing
$57/month (no contracts, cancel anytime)
$670/year (renews annually)
Affiliate Access + Links
You can create or look up your personal affiliate link here.
Once logged in, you can generate direct links to any page (I’d suggest sending them directly to https://www.dietitianhq.com/society/)
As with all affiliate promotions, be sure to disclose that you’re an affiliate when sharing with your audience. Please be sure to thoroughly read the DietitianHQ Affiliate Terms + Conditions.
You must use your affiliate link to get credit for a sale – I can’t make any updates or edits on the backend if they use someone else’s link or forget to use yours.
You are welcome to use this image below (more resources coming soon):