BlueStacks has an amazing affiliate program which can be used to monetize your gaming content including blogs, YouTube, Twitch and Social Media channels. Here’s how to get started, how it works, why should you choose BlueStacks, and the different tiers based on which affiliates are paid.
How to get started
You can join the BlueStacks Affiliate Program by going to this link. You’ll have to enter information like your email address, your country, Skype ID, the platforms you intend to advertise on, and their statistics. After doing so, you will be contacted by the BlueStacks team in a few days and then get your login details.
After logging in, you gain access to the BlueStacks Affiliate Management Dashboard. Here you can manage everything from current offers, add or remove offers, and track your statistics based on different timelines.
How does it work, and why should you choose BlueStacks?
BlueStacks is the #1 Mobile Gaming Platform on PC. Since 2011, they have established a user base of over 220M+ people, making their community massive. Joining the BlueStacks Affiliate Program is a simple process, with easy payments and they also help out through their affiliate newsletter.
A unique link provided to every affiliate. This directs users to the BlueStacks platform, where a user downloads & installs games. For every app install someone makes through the affiliate’s promotion, they make money. The dashboard is updated every day.
The affiliates should choose the game offers (advertisements) based on their audience, something that their community would be interested in. BlueStacks also helps their affiliates by sending out an affiliate newsletter occasionally, which contains information on the trending games, upcoming releases and other suggestions.
The payment process is simple & painless, with payments being sent automatically every month to your PayPal or Bank account depending on the following tiers –
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