Do you want to spread the word about Rahoo… and make money doing it?!

Why not make the most of your network by promoting one of teachers favourite brands in the professional learning?

Use any online marketing channel (any place where you have an online voice) to refer teachers to Rahoo, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tik Tok, resource-selling page, email, blogs, video, student news.

Anything you want!

Why Join our Affiliate Programme?

Earn 15% commission on every sale.

Up to 365 days of Cookies tracking.

No joining fee. 

Track your commission easily.

Straightforward payment to your bank account.

A dedicated affiliate manager to provide support.

How do I join the affiliate programme?

Just complete the simple form by clicking the Sign Up button. Our affiliate managers will review your application within 1 week.

How does the affiliate programme work?

After signing up, you’ll be provided with unique links, marketing materials and affiliate dashboard access. When someone clicks through your link or banner, a cookie is set to remember that you referred that customer. If they sign up for an account within 365 days and become a paying customer, you’ll earn a commission of 15% for that referral. Pretty sweet huh?!

How do I get paid?

You can track your financials through the affiliate dashboard. Pay outs take place twice yearly – March and September. 

Do I have to be based in a particular country to be an affiliate?

No – Rahoo is a global provider of teacher professional learning – so you can be based any where!

Is there a limit on what I can make?


How do I contact Rahoo if I have questions about the affiliate programme?

Contact our associate managers directly via email

Become an affiliate!

Earn 15% each time you refer someone to Rahoo.

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