Adding an Affiliate Signup Form to your website

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Adding an Affiliate Signup form to your website is a great way to boost the growth of your online credit repair business. This form will allow you to recruit potential affiliates who will earn commissions by referring clients to you. The inquiries will appear as notifications for you to follow up, with their details saved in your My Affiliates page.

An affiliate partner can be any professional who refers new leads/clients to you. Affiliates are often Mortgage Brokers, Realtors, Auto Dealers, whose business depends on having clients with good credit. In this article, we’ll show you how to customize and add an Affiliate Signup form to your site.

 

Table of contents:

 

To start, make sure you have the following:

 

 

Access the Form Generator:

  1. Log in to your Credit Repair Cloud account

  2. Once you are logged in, go to https://app.creditrepaircloud.com/mycompany/website_tools 

  3. Ensure you are in the Affiliate Signup Form tab

    Affiliate signup form

    This is where you will be able to customize and configure your affiliate signup form before adding it to your website.

 

Customize your Affiliate Signup Form

  Note

The sole purpose of an Affiliate Signup Form is to collect potential affiliates’ info from your website (s) for you or your team to follow up and close them as affiliates for your credit repair business

If you are trying to create a Web Lead Form instead, please check this article.

 

  1. Select either English or Spanish as the language for the form

    Language selection

  2. Enter a Webform custom title 

    This is the heading of your form.

    Webform title field

  3. (Optional) Manually set the height and width of the form

    The form will come with a default height and width but you can adjust this manually if needed.

    Height and width options

  4. Select White or Transparent background for the form

    Background selection

  5. Click on preview to get a glimpse of your form

    Preview button

    You can close out of Preview by clicking on the ‘x’ to the top right.

    Close icon

    If you make any adjustments to the settings, make sure to Preview again before copying the code.

  6. Finally, click on Copy 

    Copy button

 

Adding your Affiliate Signup Form to your Website

If you use our web hosting and site builder tools, you can replace the existing default form on the "Partners" page, or drag the 'Embed Code' element into any other web page (see the step-by-step below).

  1. Access your Site Builder

    For instructions to access MyCreditRepairSite Site Builder click here.

  2. Once you are in, click on Pages at the top

    Pages button

  3. Click on Partners from the options in the left menu

    Partners page button

    You will notice your site already comes with a default affiliate form that you can edit.

  4. Click anywhere within the form element

    Example of Embed code element

  5. Click on Edit Custom HTML

    Edit Custom HTML button

  6. Press Command + V (Mac) or CTRL + V (Win) to insert the code of your custom form


  7. Click out of the text box and you will see your form has been updated

    Example of affiliate signup form

 

Using the Embed Code element

If you want to add an affiliate signup form on different pages on your website, you can follow this process.

  1. Access your Site Builder

    For instructions to access MyCreditRepairSite Site Builder click here.

  2. Once you are in, click on Pages at the top

    Pages button

  3. Click on any page from the menu on the left where you want to add your form


  4. Click on Build at the top

    Build button

  5. Locate the Embed Code element in the left menu and drag and drop it into your page

    Embed code element

  6. Follow Steps 4-7 in the process above

 

How to implement this if I already own a site outside of MyCreditRepairSite?

If you have your own website and don't use our web hosting/site building tools, simply copy the code from the form generator and insert it in your website using a Custom HTML (or similar) element or send the code to your IT person or web designer for them to work with it.

  Note

If you don’t know how to add the custom code to your existing site, look for instructions on ‘Add Custom HTML code’ in your provider’s help center.

 

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