Protect your website, business, and products with our attorney-drafted affiliate agreement. The agreement is ready for immediate download after ordering.
An affiliate agreement is a binding agreement between a website or blog owner and their affiliates. Generally, affiliates will promote goods and/or services owned by the website owner.
- Attorney drafted
- One-time charge
- Free technical support
- Easy to customize word document
Our disclaimers and policies are drafted by attorneys to help keep you in compliance with the laws that govern websites and blogs. You have immediate access to all documents after ordering. See ordering options at bottom of the page. Questions? Call 1-800-963-2902 from 9:00am - 7:00pm CST (Mon – Sat).
You Can Be Held Legally Responsible for Your Affiliates
The Federal Trade Commission’s message for Internet marketers is very clear:
“Monitor your Internet affiliate program, monitor what your affiliates do, and put your agreement in writing”
The legal penalties that result from inadequate training of your affiliates and the lack of monitoring them are far more problematic and expensive than any inconvenience or expense involved in monitoring the performance of your affiliates to make sure they are obeying advertising regulations and the terms of your affiliate agreement.
In return for sales made by the affiliate, the website or blog owner agrees to pay the affiliate an agreed-on percentage of the sale or a fixed dollar amount.
Some of the topics in our 10 page affiliate agreement template:
- Types of advertisements the affiliate may use
- Internet link sales
- Brochure-based sales
- Links the affiliate can use
- Company’s products and services
- Customers who make a purchase
- Intellectual property rights
- Responsibilities of affiliates
- Referral fees for sales
- License of products and images.
- Termination of agreement.
- Liability and disclaimers.
- Ownership of work product.
Get it in Writing
Although it will not completely release you from legal liability, an affiliate agreement will explain both parties’ rights and obligations, help prevent future misunderstandings, and minimize your liability.
Do not rely on a verbal agreement when doing business on the Internet. Verbal agreements are a poor substitute for an attorney-drafted affiliate agreement and could put your business and intellectual property at risk.