Yandex.Market Has Increased The Remuneration For Affiliates

Yandex.Market has increased the remuneration for bloggers, webmasters, and other content authors who are part of its partner network and receive payment for customer orders on the marketplace. The minimum income of such partners will more than double.

An affiliate network is a monetization method for Internet resources that post widgets and links to Yandex.Market products. The remuneration of bloggers, webmasters and other content authors depends on the category of promoted products and the model of working with an affiliate network – pay per click or buyer’s order. Over the past year, the partners promoting Yandex. The market was able to earn almost 700 million rubles.

To support sites that work with an affiliate network using the payment-for-purchase format, the Market increases the minimum reward from 3.8% to 8% of the buyer’s order value. In certain categories – for example, consumer goods – income will increase up to 15% of the buyer’s order.

The model, when a customer places an order directly on the site, becomes the main one for Yandex.Market and the service will continue to actively expand its assortment – since the beginning of the year, it has tripled, to 6 million items. Therefore, it will be more profitable for authors to work with an affiliate network using the payment per transaction format.

Individuals and legal entities, including individual entrepreneurs and self-employed with their own Internet platform (website, blog, etc.), can become a member of the partner network. To do this, you need to register, indicate information about the resource and contact details, send an application and pass moderation, and then fill out a form for an agreement. After the application is accepted, you can become a Yandex.Market partner and receive a reward.

Dan Taylor
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