Fiverr Affiliates Guides

All The Guides You Need To Become a Successful Fiverr Affiliate

Creating Your Account

Learn how to create and set up your account

Affiliate links and Pixels

Learn how to create your unique affiliate links, add extra parameters, and setup your pixels

Choosing marketing tools

Learn how to select the most relevant creative elements from our large selection of banners, landing pages, buttons and more

Monitoring your campaigns

Learn how to monitor, evaluate, and improve your campaign’s performance easily by using our reports system

Requesting payment

Learn to request and track your payments and to view your payment details, such as previous payments and payments requests

Creating Your Account

Learn all the best practices on how to set up your account.

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Your account must include details about your activity as a Fiverr Affiliate and payment information.

To create your account:

  • Login to your account here. Go to “Account Details” and select “Personal Information”. Click EDIT, and fill in your company’s details or your private information. Once you’re done, click SAVE.
  • Under “Sources” provide the source that you plan to use to promote Fiverr. It can be a website, a Facebook page, an Instagram account, a blog, a LinkedIn page, a YouTube account, etc. Click EDIT, and fill in your sources. Once you’re done, click SAVE.
    For a company account, please provide your official website or LinkedIn page.
  • Under “Payment Details” click EDIT to add your payment details, including payment method, address, and account type.

Our affiliate platform allows you to easily customize your affiliate link for any page on Fiverr (including Learn from Fiverr and AND CO), right from your browser in just a matter of seconds.

In this section we’ll cover:

Affiliate link overview​

Your affiliate link includes your unique ID, that way you can track every new customer you refer. When promoting Fiverr’s products, always use your unique affiliate link to ensure you receive credit for new customers you bring to Fiverr.

A standard affiliate link looks like this:

Fiverr CPA:
https://track.fiverr.com/visit/?bta=[your_affiliate_ID]&brand=fiverrcpa

Learn from Fiverr:
https://track.fiverr.com/visit/?bta=[your_affiliate_ID]&brand=fiverrlearn

AND.CO:
https://track.fiverr.com/visit/?bta=[your_affiliate_ID]&brand=andco

How your affiliate link works

Your affiliate link includes a 12-month tracking cookie. This means that if a user clicks on your affiliate link, then you will be credited with the referral, as long as the user registered to Fiverr within 12 months. When your referred user will make their first purchase, you will earn a commission.

To learn more about our commissions, view our commission plan.

  • Login to your account here
  • Go to “Marketing Tools ” and select “Default and Deep Links
  • Copy the chosen link by clicking on the “Copy to clipboard” icon.
    Fiverr CPA - This link will direct your users to Fiverr's homepage.
    Fiverr Learn - This link will direct your users to Fiverr Learn homepage.
    AndCo - This link will direct your users to AND CO homepage.

If you would like to direct your users to a specific category, sub-category, or Gig page you should create a “Deep Link”.

  • Login to your account here
  • Go to “Marketing Tools ” and select “Default and Deep Links
  • Click on the “LP URL” button. A pop-up box will appear
  • Visit any page on Fiverr you’d like to promote and copy the URL
  • Paste the relevant Fiverr link to the pop-up box and click out
  • Copy the link by clicking on the “Copy to clipboard” icon
  • Place the link on your site
  • Note: Note: You can create a deep link for various Fiverr products such as Fiverr.com, Fiverr Pro, AND.CO and Learn, from Fiverr. Pay attention to the link you choose to copy, and always check it before it goes public.

If you are planning on placing links in a lot of different places or are planning to promote a wide variety of Fiverr pages, you may want to also consider adding dynamic parameters such as Tracking Codes / AFPs to segment your traffic and to receive additional information.

Adding Dynamic Parameters

Adding Tracking Code

A Tracking code can be added to any tracking link, in order to track traffic coming from a specific campaign or source, thus measuring their effectivity.
The tracking code parameter can have up to 500 different values, therefore you should use this option when you would like to track traffic coming from a certain campaign or source.

To add a Tracking code:

  • Generate a shareable link
  • Click the “Dynamic Parameters” button and select "Tracking Code "
  • Enter your parameter value
  • For example: my_affiliate_blog
  • Copy the link by clicking on the “Copy to clipboard” icon​
  • Note: Tracking code parameter can have up to 500 different values.

Adding AFP Parameters

The AFP (stands for “Affiliate Parameter”) is an additional parameter that can be used to pass any extra information you would like.
You can add up to 10 different AFPs onto your tracking link. There is no limit on the number of values passed by the different AFPs.

To add AFP parameters:

  • Generate a shareable link
  • Click the “Dynamic Parameters” button and select "AFP "
  • Enter your parameter value
  • For example: dyi_blog_page
  • Copy the link by clicking on the “Copy to clipboard” icon​
  • We suggest you don’t modify the link after you generate it with our tools.
    We cannot guarantee that the link will work properly if modified.

Pixels (Postback URLs)

If you would like to keep track of incoming traffic for your own tracking systems, pixels can be embedded in the system.
Two parameters can be added to the pixel code, in order for the pixel to return the corresponding data:

  • [TrackingCode] - Returns the Tracking Code value set in the tracking link (as utm_campaign). For networks – implement your sub-IDs parameter in the [TrackingCode].
  • [afp] - Returns the affiliate parameter, as assigned in the affiliate link, and passed on the tracking link. If you would like to add one or both of these parameters, add them to your pixel code following this format:
  • postbackurl/?.NAME_OF_PARAM_IN_YOUR_SYSTEM=[TrackingCode]&NAME_OF_PA RAM_2_IN_YOUR_S YSTEM=[afp]
  • For example, if your systems refers to source data as “sub_id” and refers to click id as “transaction_id” the pixel code you configure will look like this:
  • http://www.yourpostbackurl.com/?sub_id=[TrackingCode]&transaction_id=[afp]

In addition to your own generated dynamic parameters, you can receive system data as well.

Available data includes:

  • [ProductId] - The first-time buyer’s category ID in the pixel code
  • [ProductName] - The first-time buyer’s category name written with spaces
  • [ProductNameNoSpaces] - The first-time buyer’s category name without spaces
  • [CommissionAmount] - The commission you have earned

The system data should be configured in the same way. The parameters should be configured on the postback code using the exact syntax.

  • For example: http://www.yourpostbackurl.com/?payout=[CommissionAmount]

You can receive a notification for one or both of the following events:

  • Registration - The postback is sent for each new registration updated in the system.
  • First-Time Buyer - The postback is sent for each new first-time buyer updated in the system.
  • Once the pixel code is ready, send it to affiliates@fiverr.com, and make sure to clarify the event/s for which you would like to receive the pixel notification.

Choosing Marketing Tools

We’re happy to provide you with the top-performing marketing tools, to help you stand out and drive users to Fiverr. Learn how to select the most relevant creative elements from our large selection of banners, landing pages, buttons and more.

To find your winning creatives:

  • Login to your account here
  • Go to “Marketing Tools ” and select “All Marketing Tools
  • Use the filtering options to find your best creative:
  • Filter by Brand - you can choose between Fiverr CPA (default), Fiverr Learn, and AND.CO
  • Filter by Type - select the marketing tools type
  • Filter by language - select language
  • Filter by Name - select the right banner based on the Fiverr page you want to promote
  • For example: If you promote Fiverr PRO services, than you should choose a Fiverr PRO creative
  • Filter by Size - you can choose a creative based on image size
  • Click on “Show Creatives
  • Once you chose your creative, simply click on “Get HTML Code” to reveal the code you can embed within a HTML page (which contains the link to the media and the tracking link), or download the image.

Reports and Monitoring

Learn how to monitor, evaluate and improve your campaign’s performance easily, by using our reporting system. Some reports display useful information directly from your dashboard, while more detailed reports can be downloaded right from the system.

In this section we’ll cover:

Media Report

The Media Report is the most important report since it displays a large amount of tracking information.
The data is arranged in columns, which can be arranged in ascending or descending order by clicking on the Up and Down arrows, next to each column heading.

This is how you should use the Media Report:

  • Go to "Reports"
  • Select “Media Report

To create a report, choose the required time range. In addition, you can:

  Expand the information to include creative data by choosing different parameters at the “BREAKDOWN BY” option.

  Choose the different stats you want to analyze at the “SHOW DETAILS” button.

  Focus on certain parameters by entering them at the “FILTER BY” button.

After you chose the required parameters, click on RUN REPORT button to display the report.

By default, the report will display 15 entries. If you would like to view more entries you can click on “SHOW 15 ENTRIES” button to choose between 15, 50, 100 and All.

If you would like to download the report, click on the EXPORT CSV button. You can also search a specific value in the report using the search box.

  • The most used Media Report configuration is the default view that shows data like DAY, CLICKS, REGISTRATIONS, FTB and COMMISSION:

Partners can add additional data fields to the report using the BREAKDOWN BY button. The most used additional fields are Tracking Code and Country:

  • Note that the default Date breakdown is by day. You can change it to Month or Year view:

Registrations Report

The registrations report lists your customers and displays their details, including their registration date, their first deposit date, and total commission you earned. In this report, you can view the AFP parameter.

This is how you should use the Registrations Report:

  • Go to "Reports"
  • Select “Registration Report
  • Choose the required time range
  • Include additional data by choosing different parameters such as AFP and Tracking Code by clicking the “SHOW PROPERTIES” button.
  • Include additional data by choosing different parameters such as AFP and Tracking Code by clicking the “SHOW PROPERTIES” button.

By default, the report will display 15 entries. If you would like to view more entries you can click on SHOW 15 ENTRIES button to choose between 15, 50, 100 and all.

If you would like to download the report, click on the EXPORT CSV button. You can also search a specific value in the report using the search box.

  • The most used Registration report will be the one that contains AFP and TRACKING CODE parameters and that’s sorted BY FIRST DEPOSIT DATE:

The TRACKING CODE parameter can contain up to 500 entries and is usually used to store partners’ channel data. AFP is used for any other types of storing and it can contain an unlimited number of entries. Usually used to store click ID, keywords data, etc.

USER ID column (the leftmost column) contain IDs of real Fiverr.com registrants and can be used to find specific users on Fiverr.

Requesting Payment

Congratulations! You made it to the fun part. Learn how to request payments, track payments, and view your payment activity, so you’re always up-to-date.

In this section we’ll cover:

Request your payment

Payments are available once your account reaches the $100 threshold. Once you’ve reached it, you’ll be able to request your payment at the beginning of the following month.

For example, if during January you exceed the threshold, you will be able to request your payment at the beginning of February.

Commissions are paid once a month on a net 30 basis.

In order get paid, follow the instructions below:

1. Provide us your information:

  • Enter your personal information:
    go to the “Account Details” menu and click on the “Personal Information”. Finally, click "Edit" and fill in your personal details.
  • Enter your payment information:
    go to the “Account Details” menu and click on the “Payment Details”. Finally, click "Edit" and fill in your full payment details. go to the “Account Details” menu and click on the

2. Request Payment:

  • Click on the “Request Payment” button (on the top right of your dashboard).
  • Click the “Request Payment” button in the popup box.

3. Upload an invoice:

There is a slight different between private and company accounts

  • Private accounts - If you are listed as a private account, you can use our auto generated invoice option
  • Company accounts - If you are listed as a company account, you can upload your own invoice, or generate an invoice for free using AND CO
  • Finally, click the Request Payment button

Payment History report

The payment history report displays a summary of your lifetime payments.

To view the Payments History Report, follow the steps below:

  • Go to “Payments
  • Select “Payments History”

  • Payment Request tub
    The payment request section displays your last payment request details, such as: Payment ID, status, request date, payment amount, invoice and more.

Earnings Report

This section displays your earnings history.

All commission earned (per customer) within the selected date range will be displayed.

To use Earnings Report, follow the steps below:

  • Go to "Earnings"
  • Choose the required time range
  • Click on Run Report button
  • By default, the report will display 15 entries. If you would like to view more entries you can click on SHOW 15 ENTRIES button to choose between 15, 50, 100 and All. You can also search a specific value in the report using the search box.

Overview of Payment Statuses

In order to be paid your commissions, every order is first checked for fraudulent activity and/or violations of our terms. Once approved, you will receive your payment on time. 

The different Payment statuses are as follows: 

1. Pending – Your payment is under review
2. Approved – Your payment has been approved
3. Paid – Your payment is on its way and will be accessible on a NET-30 basis. 
4. Declined– Your payment has been declined.