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Are you a content creator?

  • Completely Free to Join
  • Earn Cash
  • Monthly Payouts
  • Great Comission Rates
  • Enhanced Tracking - No more cookies!

Unlock Additional Perks!

  • Up to 12% Comission
  • Your Very Own Custom Promise Coupon Code
  • Opportunities for Promise Sponorship
  • Promise Homepage Maker Spotlights


We wanted a program that rewarded our loyal Promise Makers and their followers at the same time. You can now earn handsome commissions simply by passing promotions and discount codes (when qualified) onto your followers!

When you sign up you'll get a tracking code link that you can share on social media and our current promotions. When someone completes an order using your link you get a commission from it! The program is tier-driven so the more sales you generate the greater the perks become.


What is the Promise Affiliate Program?

Are you a content creator looking for a way to monetize your online presence? Or perhaps an influencer looking for new ways to generate income? If so, then you’ve come to the right place. We wil try cover everything you need to know about affiliate tracking links and last click attribution. We’ll discuss what they are, where you should place them, and how they can help maximize your earnings.

A screenshot of the Promise Affiliate Program Analytics Dashboard that tracks sample data

What Are Tracking Links?

Affiliate tracking links are simply URLs that contain unique codes or parameters that allow us to track the performance of our affiliates and influencers. These links work by adding an identifier to traffic leading to our website, while also providing data that helps identify which affiliate or influencer sent them there.

What Is Last Click Attribution?

Last click attribution is the tracking model we use to determine who is responsible for each sale made through an affiliate link. It assigns credit for the sale to the last person who clicked on your link before making their purchase. This means that if someone visits your website, clicks on your link, and then leaves without buying anything but later returns through another source (like a search engine or social media) without clicking another affiliate link, makes a purchase, you will still get credit for it because they last visited from your link.

Where Should You Place Links?

There are several places where you should place your links in order to maximize their visibility: LinkTree, social media bios, and YouTube descriptions are all great options. With LinkTree, you can create multiple customized links in one place so people can easily find them all in one page. On social media bios, make sure to add your affiliate link as part of your profile description so people know they can click through it if they want more information or to buy. And finally, don’t forget about YouTube descriptions! These provide an awesome opportunity for people to find out more about the products you used by clicking on the description below each video.

Affiliate tracking links and last click attribution can be incredibly effective tools for content creators and influencers who want to monetize their online presence. By understanding how these tools work – as well as where you should place your links – you can maximize your earnings potential without having too much effort on your part! So take some time today to revamp your links – put your content to work and start making money while you sleep!