If you have a website, you can join the Stamps.com Affiliate Program and make money while providing a valuable service to your customers!
It’s easy to get started! Go to www.cj.com, fill out the simple online application, and post our links on your website. Then whenever your visitors click on the link, they will be taken to the Stamps.com website. If they register for our service, and subsequently become a customer after the trial period, you will be paid a commission of $50 per new customer. It’s that simple!
Earn $50 for every successfully billed customer. Every time one of your referrals successfully registers for Stamps.com Internet Postage, and subsequently becomes a customer after the trial period, you will earn a commission (i.e. “Bounty”) for that new customer.
The convenience of our service speaks for itself – giving customers the ability to print real
USPS®-approved postage right from their PC. Plus, the 4-Week Trial and $80 Offer (that includes Free Postage, a Free Digital Scale, and more) make signing up for the service very attractive to your visitors.
Stamps.com is the quickest, easiest way to buy postage: we require no meters, no extra hardware, and no leases! Just download the software, register and start printing postage on envelopes and labels, for letters, postcards, packages – even Priority Mail Express® and Priority Mail®!
We have partnered with Commission Junction, one of the top affiliate marketing firms in the country, to make the entire affiliate program process easy and enjoyable. And don’t worry about HTML, our program is setup to make link generation as easy as cutting and pasting. To begin making money, simply complete the online application at Commission Junction and agree to all terms of the Stamps.com Affiliate Agreement and Special Terms and Conditions that are hosted through Commission Junction.
Have a question? As a Stamps.com affiliate, you’ll have access to both email and self-service support. E-mail us at email@example.com and your questions will be answered within one business day.