If you have a website or a blog that talks about forex trading or covers financial news, you can become an affiliate of an online forex broker. You’ll be able to earn commissions in exchange for promoting a trading platform within your website’s pages.

Once you become an affiliate, a wide variety of marketing tools will be at your disposal for you to successfully set up promotional campaigns: banners, RSS feeds (news and analyses), economic calendars, real-time charts, etc…

You’ll be able to choose between different types of payment plans: CPA (cost per action), revenue share (you get a % of revenues – this is awesome!) and 2nd-tier commissions (when you recruit other webmasters).

Brokers CPA Revenue share 2nd-tier programme Payment Register
AvaTrade $200 to $400 10% 10% Skrill, PayPal, bank transfer Open an account
easyMarkets Starts at $400 $10 per lot 10% Skrill, bank transfer Open an account
Forex4You No 50% of your traders’ spread 16.67% of the spread of your affiliates (and 5.56% of the spread of their affiliates) Credit card, bank transfer, Skrill, Liberty Reserve Open an account
Capitalsands No Up to $10 per lot Yes Credit card, bank transfer, Skrill, Neteller, WebMoney, cryptocurrencies Open an account
LiteForex $200 to $400 Up to $15 per trade 10% Credit card, bank transfer, Skrill, WebMoney, Ok Pay, Neteller Open an account
Pepperstone $200 to $400 No Yes Bank transfer, Skrill, Neteller Open an account
Plus500 $200 to $800 No 10% Skrill, bank transfer Open an account
XM $250 to $650 Up to $15 per lot 10% Skrill, bank transfer Open an account