Welcome to our course on being a Twitch Affiliate! We tackle questions about what to do after you hit affiliate, new features and settings you should look into, how to make the most of your new status and all its qualities, emotes, badges, Twitch Drops, extensions, and more!
What’s more, we’ve got a StreamerSquare article that can totally get you squared away with the basics, or you can dive into a thorough workshop on everything Affiliate, top to bottom:

First, I believe a huge celebration is in order – Affiliate is achieved! The perks? Emotes, a subscription button, and ad revenue! The difficulty? Knowing where to go from here. Don’t sweat it, we’ve got you covered! This guide is designed from the ground up to help you navigate the steps after receiving a Twitch Affiliate offer. Setting Up Affiliate Before we dive into the filling that is the Affiliate pie, we need to do the technical things first. This means exactly what you think it means – PAPERWORK! I know, it’s everyone’s favorite task. But this is the only boring part, so knocking this out as soon as possible opens the door to the many fun aspects later. First, head to your Creator Dashboard. This can be found by left clicking your icon in the top right of Twitch. From there, check under Settings to find Affiliate. You will...

Congrats, you’ve made it to affiliate! It’s no small task, but you’ve done it and you’re one of the few fine folks on Twitch who can start seeing some additional benefits when it comes to sponsors and affiliates, extra income, and possibly working towards being a Twitch Partner. But, how do you set goals now that you are an affiliate? What should those goals be? And how do you reach them? That’s where we come in to help! If you haven’t yet, we recommended looking at our course on Goal Setting as some information can be applied with these tips, too! Making Goals Once you’ve landed the position of a Twitch Affiliate, you should ask yourself questions on what you want to get out of being an affiliate. Are you looking to make streaming your full time job? Are you hoping to recoup the costs of games you play or...

Some of you have probably heard of Twitch streamers who are pushing for partner status. Often when you hear someone is trying to become a Twitch partner they will refer to it as a ‘push’. So what does this mean to push for partnership and what does it even mean to be a Twitch partner? There are a lot of questions about Twitch partnership that aren’t often clear since achieving this varies from case to case. There’s a lot to keep in mind before you start your push for partnership.  What is a Twitch Partner? A Twitch partner is kind of the next tier after a Twitch affiliate. It’s like a rewarding role for achieving certain milestones as a creator. As a partner you get some cool perks like more emote slots for your subscribers with the ability to unlock more, access to new rollout Twitch features, cheermotes (special animated...

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