Our Affiliate Programme

Benefit from one of the leading history resources online...

Whether you are a hobby historian with your own blog or an experienced pay-per-click marketer who is looking for a new product to promote, The British Newspaper Archive's affiliate programme represents a fantastic opportunity. With over 7 million newspaper pages already digitised and over 200 years of history available, The BNA is one of the largest archive resources in the world. Through our partnership with the British Library and other publishers, we feature content that is otherwise unavailable online.

From 18th century fashion trends to 20th century current affairs, researchers will find information on any topic on The British Newspaper Archive. That is why it is such a great resource for students, journalists, historians and genealogists alike.

If your website's content is related to history, your visitors will find more information on The British Newspaper Archive...

Why?

  • Earn up to £11.99 on a single transaction
  • 15% commission on all subscription or PAYG products sold
  • Millions of pages of exclusive content, not available anywhere else online
  • Offer your visitors new research options and partner with one of the largest online archives in the world

How?

  1. Sign-up to the British Newspaper Archive affiliate programme on ClixGalore (completely free)
  2. Once signed up, we provide you with logos, banners or other creatives and place them on your website or in your emails
  3. We will pay you up to 15% commission every time a visitor from your site makes a subscription or pay-per-view payment on britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk.

Summary of benefits:

  • A range of subscription, pay-as-you-go packages and even gift ideas
  • Earn up to £11.99 on a single transaction
  • 15% commission on subscription and PAYG packages
  • Bespoke creatives – contact us with your needs
  • Dedicated affiliate manager

If you have questions regarding the set-up or comments about the affiliate programme, please email Shelley Burton (sburton@dctfh.com.)