Affiliate Program Guidelines

Websites approved for use in the KO Water Games Affiliate Program

KO Water Games is happy to approve most blogs, websites, and social media accounts for the KO Water Games Affiliate Program. However, we retain the right to refuse blog, website, and social media membership and can revoke your affiliate membership at any time, if we determine that your website contains objectionable material or if you are missing KO Water Games name. In order to be considered for our affiliate program your blog, website, and social media must also be fully functional with original content. Spam or scraper sites will not be approved. If your site is still in its development stage, please apply after it’s completed.

How Does It Work?

Upon acceptance, you will be supplied with KO Water Games marketing material such as banners, images, logos, links, and a custom affiliate code. We can do co-promotions. We are here to help both of us grow. If you have suggestions, ideas, or comments, we want to hear them!

How Much Can You Make?

You are paid 10% in commission per sale Soak N’ Wet sale you make. Depending on how large your website or social following is, the more you can make. The more visitors you send to our website, the more money you could make! If you make a sale with your affiliate code and the consumer returns or asks for a refund you will not receive the commission on that sale.

Promoting KO Water Games without a website

Affiliate Programs supporting the KO Water Games are most often through websites, but we also recognize some markets have different needs and are promoted in various ways. If you do not include a website to review, please add your social media links or clearly define your plan in the description section as to how you will promote the KO Water Games brand.

PPC (Pay-Per-Click) advertising

Bidding or acquiring any of our trademarked terms, including any variations or misspellings thereof for search or content based campaigns on Google, MSN, Yahoo or any other search network is prohibited. Affiliates found doings so will be revoked immediately and will acquire zero percent commission earned on any sales.

The use of KO Water Games in a domain name

Any affiliate who intends to market the KO Water Games name in a top-level domain (e.g., is strictly prohibited. The KO Water Games trademark names cannot be used in domain names. Affiliates found doings so will be revoked immediately and will acquire zero percent commission earned on any sales.

Using the KO Water Games name in website/social ads or promotions

We encourage you to use our brand in your promotions on your site or social media accounts but require prior consent by KO Water Games for use of the terms KO Water Games before doing so. KO Water Games retains full right to approve, deny, or change any ad or promotion on affiliate blogs, websites, or social media accounts.

Promoting affiliate links on social media

While we encourage our affiliates to engage and participate in KO Water Games-related discussions and posts, we ask that you use the hashtag #kowatergames. Any spam links that include an obscured affiliate link are prohibited.

Using your own Affiliate link

Affiliates are not eligible for commissions on purchases made through your own affiliate link. If in any special situations where your business makes sales in such a way, we ask that get in touch with us doing the application to our affiliate program. Under these situations, we can modify our processes to accommodate your needs.

Affiliate Program Violations

If you have a question about our affiliate program guidelines or fear you are in violation of our terms please contact us immediately to take proper precautions and prevent your affiliate link from being revoked.

Affiliates identified to be in violation of the Affiliate Program Guidelines will forfeit commissions on the specific transaction(s) in violation of all commissions assigned. Excessive violating party’s affiliate accounts will result in termination. Please contact us if you have any questions in order to work issues before they become excessive.