Earn Up To $25 For Each Referred Client With TunePocket’s Affiliate Program

TunePocket Affiliate Program

What is affiliate marketing?

In a nutshell, this is a process of earning a commission by promoting products and services. Learn the common affiliate marketing terms and definitions in our affiliate marketing glossary.

What is our product?

We offer affordable stock music subscription. Video makers, internet marketers, and filmmakers get unlimited access to our entire catalog of professional quality stock music and can use it in personal and commercial business projects.

How does our affiliate program work

If you refer a user who purchases a new TunePocket subscription within 30 days of the referral, you will receive $10 for every Personal subscription and $25 for every Business subscription sold via your referral link. Start now

How to become an affiliate?

Fill the affiliate application. Please note that your application must be approved before you become our affiliate partner.

How to refer users

You refer users by publishing links to TunePocket Web pages and including your affiliate referral code in the link. For example:


Where XX is your affiliate code that you were assigned when your application was approved.

How to generate referral links

You can link to any page on TunePocket, including our blog posts, landing pages, music search results, playlists, and individual song pages.

To link to the home page:

To link to a blog post:

To link to a promo page:

To link to search results:

To link to a playlist:

To link to a specific song:

Don’t forget to replace XX with your affiliate code!

đź’ˇ You can also use the referral links generator in your Affiliate Area.


We use cookies to track users who have clicked on your link, so the cookies must be enabled in user’s browser for the referral to work.

If a user clears the cookies, this user will no longer be tracked.

Once a user clicks your referral link, this user has 30 days to purchase the subscription before the referral cookie expires.

The referral program is subject to the affiliate agreement which, gives us the right to review all referrals and to reject the referrals that violate the policy.

Where to post referral links

Here are some ideas:

Create blog posts or guest blog on topics related to video editing, music licensing, YouTube, video marketing, small business advise, finding music for commercial use, royalty-free music subscription, and other relevant topics. Suggest TunePocket as a music provider.

Write a review discussing TunePocket’s music collection, functionality, and what problems TunePocket can solve for the video creators and marketers. Post it online and share it to your followers via your social media accounts.

Create a video walk-through explaining your viewers how and why they should use TunePocket.

Are you a subscriber? Write a case study explaining how TunePocket helped you to solve YOUR problem.

Feature a music track or a playlist.

Place a banner or a text ad to your site. You can make your own banners or use the banners available in the Affiliate Area.

Promote a discount or a sales event. See all current promotions.

Answer relevant questions in forums and on question & answers sites like Quora, StackExchange or Yahoo Answers and use your referral link in the replies.

Download free watermarked previews of some of our songs and create a themed music collection (wedding, sports, yoga, and so on). Post it in your blog or on SoundCloud with referral links pointing to the original songs on TunePocket. Here’s an example.

Please note it is expressly forbidden to post non-watermarked versions of our songs anywhere online.


Never present yourself as TunePocket staff or employee.

Do not create Web sites, Web pages, or social media profiles that mimic or in any other way impersonate official TunePocket Web site or social media accounts.

Do not mislead your visitors into thinking they are viewing the official TunePocket content, always disclose your affiliate status.

Absolutely no spam. This applies to mass posting links, ads, comments, sending unsolicited emails, and any other activity that may be considered spam. Always respect the rules of the Web sites where you post your referral links.

Do no use TunePocket trademark keywords in Google’s AdWords or any other PPC systems. Do not purchase domain names that resemble official TunePocket domain.

Do not do anything that would breach any laws including, but not limited to, privacy, false advertising, intellectual property and spam.

Please note that breaking the rules will result in your referrals rejected, all pending commission payments suspended, and your affiliate account disabled.


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Where can I see my referrals and earnings?

All registered affiliated have access to their personal Affiliate Area where they can see the visits, referrals, and pending payouts.


Affiliate marketing glossary

Here are some common affiliate marketing terms and definitions:

Merchant — this is the company that is selling the product that you’re promoting.

Affiliate (or Publisher) — the partner who promotes the merchant’s products for a commission.

Affiliate program — a program set up by merchants to pay commissions when affiliates refer people who buy their products.

Affiliate agreement — a contract that specifies the rules, responsibilities, and rates paid for successful referrals. All affiliates must accept the rules, in order to be accepted into the program.

Affiliate ID – a unique identifier assigned to every affiliate in the program.

Affiliate link — a special URL that identifies the affiliate as the source of traffic to a merchant’s site. Usually contains the affiliate ID.

Customer (client) — the end user or buyer of the merchant’s product or service.

Referral — happens when customer clicks on affiliate’s link and arrives to merchant’s Web site. A referral may or may not result in a sale.

Commission — a flat rate or percentage of the sale that is paid to the affiliate for referrals that results in successful sales.

Cookie — a small file saved on a customer’s device to link the purchase to the referring affiliate.

Deep linking – affiliate links that point towards a specific product or page (rather than the home page of merchant’s Web site.

URL masking – helps to create a prettier, cleaner “vanity URL” that makes your affiliate links more attractive for prospective customers. Many people use bit.ly or the WordPress plugin Pretty Link.

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