Join Etsy's affiliate program and earn commission for sharing one-of-a-kind items from our global marketplace. Etsy is a marketplace where people around the world connect to buy and sell handmade and vintage goods. Etsy offers a meaningful and personal shopping experience to consumers and gives independent, creative businesses around the world the tools to be successful. Our mission is to reimagine commerce in ways that build a more fulfilling and lasting world. Etsy offers a unique array of products that appeal to a wide range of audience. All affiliates are welcome to apply, however certain profiles are not eligible for the program at this time, including cashback and voucher code sites. Please note that we also have Canadian, UK, French, German, Scandinavian (Sweden) and Australian affiliate programs. Affiliates should only apply to their specific country program. Commissions will be rewarded no matter what country the sale was made in. There is also an 'EU' and 'Rest of World' account, available to those with no country specific program to join.Etsy Sellers: Etsy sellers are eligible for the Affiliate Program but are not eligible to earn commission on sales from their own shops or from closely related shops. Closely related shops are shops in which an Etsy seller has a financial interest or that have a material connection, such as a shared bank account or credit card, with the seller's own shop. This is a wonderful opportunity to earn commission from showcasing other Etsy shops and embracing and discussing the Etsy community at large.To be eligible for our Affiliate Program, you must: Declare the names of any Etsy shops you own or are closely related to (if applicable) to Etsy's Affiliate team via email; Inform Etsy's Affiliate team via email of any Etsy shops you register or become involved in after becoming an approved affiliate.

Program metrics
COMMISSION
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COMMISSION %
4%
AUTO APPROVAL
No
COMMISSION CURRENCY
USD
PAYOUT OPTIONS
ACH
MINIMUM PAYOUT
$20
COUNTRY AVAILABILITY
US
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Marieta82 Premium
Hi, this may be a silly question, I can see Etsy US and Etsy CAnada here at WA, but not the UK shop?
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suzieq Premium
Hi Marieta,
Give @JeannineC a shout. She's your go-to Etsy girl!
Cheers,
Suzanne
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JeannineC Premium
I just haven't had a chance to load the Etsy UK program into WA yet. I will message you with the join link.
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JeannineC Premium
I’m the Awin affiliate network rep here at Wealthy Affiliate. If I can answer any questions about the Etsy program, please let me know.
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Hi Jeannine!
I read that Etsy doesn't want your site to ONLY promote Etsy products. I would like to create a catalog website where yes there is a blog that you can check out, it's also like a product database/shopping catalog. Etsy has so many of the brands I am hoping to advertise, so I'm just looking for more insight on what they mean by that and how many products from other sites they want you to promote in addition to theirs. Thank you!!
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JeannineC Premium
Etsy doesn't work with catalog-styled websites, even with blogs. They are glad when their products are included in posts, but they don't want to be the sole subject of a site. There's no magic number of other products they will want to see discussed on your site. Perhaps consider something like an article about a single topic, with a few items from Etsy and at least as many items from another source.
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Hi Jeannine,

Thank you for your response.

That's unfortunate. I thought that they provide a product feed to their affiliates so they can add products to their affiliate shops?
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If you type in "etsy ced commerce affiliate" into Google, the first link should be the "Woocommerce Etsy Affiliate-Cedcommerce"

That is an example of one of the resources I found that seem to help you import products from the sources Etsy provides to their affiliates.

Also on their Awin merchant profile, it states, "Product Feed:

Affiliates have two feed options to choose from:

Option 1 – Awin Create-a-Feed
Download the Etsy product feed via the Awin interface using Create-a-feed which you can navigate to via Banners & Links > Create-a-Feed.
Option 2 – FusePump FeedCreator
If you require additional fields not supported by the Create-a-Feed categorization then the FusePump FeedCreator may be a suitable option for your site. FeedCreator offers additional download options and fields with more granular information.

To access, FeedCreator, please click the below link. You’ll just need to input your affiliate ID to start creating your feed. Your affiliate tracking will be incorporated so please ensure that you enter your affiliate ID correctly."

So I was under the impression they encourage their affiliates to showcase products.
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JeannineC Premium
This is more of a discussion we should discuss via private message, not on the Etsy listing. Send me a private message.

However, to clarify for everyone else, just because they have a datafeed doesn't mean that they want you to create a catalog-style site. It just makes showcasing individual products easier for some publishers. Etsy will still review each site on a case by case basis, and decide based on what they see whether they will accept you into their affiliate program.
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