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Class and channel referral links are unique to you. Further to that, they look a little different than the regular URL for your class. Be sure you’re using the right one when marketing your class so you can earn! Here are two examples:
Class referral link: https://skl.sh/3QJdXQ8
Channel referral link: https://www.skillshare.com/r/user/teachonskillshare
In terms of earning revenue on your referrals, it doesn’t matter what link you use — the payout is still the same regardless of whether you use a class or your channel referral link.
Retrieving a Class Referral Link
As soon as your class is published, there are several different ways you can retrieve your class’s referral link:
From the student or public view of your class, click the gear button in the bottom left corner to open up the admin toolbar. The class’s referral link will be listed at the top, under Class Referral Link.
Within the Class Creator Tool
After you’ve published a class, you can go back into the Class Creator tool to edit the content or access specific promotional tools. You’ll find your class’s referral link in the Promote section in the left-hand side menu.
From the student or public view of your class, click the Share button under the video lesson queue. Then, click the link button to reveal the class’s referral link.
Retrieving Your Channel Referral Link
Your teacher channel is your teacher profile, and by sharing your channel referral link you can direct new students to all of your classes at once. You can retrieve your channel referral link from the Teacher Hub:
- On a desktop computer, select Teach in the top navigation to open the Teacher Hub.
- Your channel referral link is posted under Refer students; click Copy to copy the referral link and paste it where you need it.
Alternatively, you can also access your Referral dashboard by clicking on the Referral Stats button on Your Teacher Stats dashboard.
- Quicklink to Your Referrals dashboard