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Partner pages effectively engage prospective partners and build industry traction by showing off your existing lineup. You can implement two types of partner pages: the first addressing prospective partners and the second showing off current partners.

Today, we’ll explore examples of powerful partner pages of both varieties, what they got right, and how to create your own.

Chapters in this Article

Examples of Great Website Content to Emulate

Design and Page Features for Engaging Prospective Partners

Design and Web Page Features for Partner Directories

Key Takeaways About Designing Great Content Web Pages

Example of Great Website Content to Emulate

Partner pages exist on your website as a way to recruit prospective partners and engage customers. Below, we’ll explore some top partner pages along with what makes them stand out.

Powerful partner prospecting pages.

Example #1: Shopify

Shopify’s partner program page is a perfect example of how to build powerful website messaging. They start right away with a CTA, “Offer your expertise to Shopify merchants all over the world or introduce entrepreneurs to Shopify.” and the ability to sign up, making it easy for interested partners to get started.

You can explore different partner use cases as you scroll, including how you and Shopify users benefit from the partnership. This page also features partner stories and a partner testimonial, further demonstrating the program’s value.

Example #2: Intuit Mailchimp

Mailchimp designed another excellent example of a clean, engaging partner page. You’ll notice that Mailchimp also makes it easy to get started with a button to join above the fold. Then, as you scroll, you can explore the different benefits of joining, and Mailchimp highlights the number of users you’d be able to reach.

Unique to their page, Mailchimp breaks down the path through their different partner programs. This visual journey makes it easy to understand your opportunities with Mailchimp and what to expect once you sign up. Finally, the page features a slider with testimonials, a great tool for showing plenty of social proof.

Example #3: does a lot of things right with its partner page. They highlight the diversity of partner types they accommodate, swiftly summarize what they can do for each sub-set, and have dedicated sub-pages and forms for each. 

However, what we love most about this partner page example is the inclusion of the video at the bottom that showcases their exclusive events, like their Partner Summit. Watchers get to see firsthand how partners can network, attend seminars and glitzy dinners, and receive awards for their success. Such takeaways are much more likely to stick with page visitors when demonstrated through video rather than mere words on the screen.

Example #4: WP Engine

Next on our list of powerful partner prospecting page examples is WP Engine. They use colorful iconography to highlight the benefits, are upfront about the criteria needed to achieve program tiers, and incorporate a testimonial. 

Unlike the other partner page examples we referenced, WP Engine chose to include an accordion with FAQs. While there is no guarantee that every visitor will read this section, answering questions like “Is this program the same as the WP Engine Affiliate program?” and “Why can’t I use my personal email (,, etc) to apply?” spares your team from the effort of individually answering such inquiries. 

Example #5: Sovos

The Sovos partner page checks many of the boxes we lay forth in this article and highlighted in the above-mentioned examples. Particularly noteworthy is its use of an easy-to-understand table to explicitly state which partner classification receives specific benefits. This sets clear expectations from the start and grants prospects transparency into the various benefits they could receive, such as MDFs and access to co-branded materials.

Example #6: Visible

Proving that there is no objectively right way to approach a “partner with us” page is Visible. They share some similarities with the above-mentioned examples, such as highlighting criteria and including partner testimonials. The page component that sets them apart is highlighting their partner leadership team, providing both transparency and the reassurance of professionalism while simultaneously giving a personal touch. 

Example #7: Yotpo

Yotpo’s partner page is not the first example we’ve shown that incorporates testimonials from program participants. However, they’ve made first-hand accounts from their partners the main selling point on their page by featuring them in the header and scattered throughout the content blocks. 

What we particularly love about the testimonials they chose for their page is that the partners highlight the different benefits to tell a multi-faceted story rather than hitting the same point over and over again.  

When prospective partners read on-page quotes like “Yotpo empowers our clients with a single solution for their eCommerce needs” coming from one of their potential competitors, it creates a sense of FOMO.

Powerful partner showcase pages.

Unlike the previous example pages targeted at potential partners, a partner directory shows off your existing partners. It can be a powerful way to provide extra value to your partners and engage prospective customers.

Example #1: Klaviyo

Klaviyo is a strong example of a powerful partner directory. Klaviyo makes it easy to search their existing partners with in-depth search and filtering tools.

You can click on each partner listed to learn more about them and the types of projects they do, including their region, monthly budget, and competencies in different areas. Partner pages also feature past work examples, existing clients, a testimonial, and an easy way to get in contact.

This visibility is valuable for partners who can gain exposure through the page and prospective customers who can better understand your ecosystem before buying.

Example #2: Adobe

Adobe has an extensive partner ecosystem, making it invaluable for them to have an easily navigable directory page.

Their page breaks partners into a few categories. Depending on what you’re looking for, you can click into subcategories like Cloud Solution Partners or Training Partners, then use filter functionality to find specific partners. This functionality allows the user to find the exact service they’re looking for, connecting partners and prospects quickly.

Example #3: Vidyard

Vidyard is another great example of an easily navigable partner directory web page. Vidyard makes it simple to sort by location, expertise, services, and even certifications.

You can click into each partner featured to learn more about their offerings and contact them. This functionality is a great way to nurture prospects interested in using your platform, but only with the help of a managed services provider. This way, they see that help is available and can get started right away without feeling like you won’t be a good fit.

Design and Page Features for Engaging Prospective Partners

There are a few takeaways to keep in mind from these examples. Of course, you don’t want to copy any of the above pages, but it’s great to take inspiration from their successes.

  • 01Keep the Page Clean
    Partner programs often have a lot going on (especially as you expand). Don’t let this make your pages cluttered. Instead, use engaging headers, snappy content, and clean imagery to make the page easy to read and navigate As you expand your partner programs, consider making additional pages for each arm of your program that you can link to from your main page. That way, prospective partners can still find all the information that matters to them without getting overwhelmed by details irrelevant to their search.
  • 02Make it Easy to Apply
    Include a clear CTA and form or button right at the top of your page. Don’t make visitors hunt for this information. Consider including information on the next steps — when should they expect to hear from you, and what will follow after the first contact? It’s also a good idea to enroll partner applicants in an email nurture campaign to continue sharing relevant information with them as they wait to hear back from you. You don’t want them to lose excitement!
  • 03Explain the Benefits
    Include icons and brief descriptions that make it clear what the benefits are to becoming a partner. It’s best not to assume they’ll know how partner programs work.
  • 04Consider Including Preliminary Criteria
  • Not every company chooses to share basic program requirements on their partner page. However, and Sovos are examples of companies that included this talking point, touching upon the minimal employee count, annual revenue, and more. If you find that many program applicants don’t meet your criteria, being upfront on your partner page about what type of companies you seek can save time for both your team and theirs.
  • 05Underscore Important Resources
  • Prospects want the reassurance that they’re not wasting their time joining your program, so use your partner page’s content to highlight assets like one-on-one coaching, marketing collateral they can co-brand, industry-specific playbooks, etc.
  • 06Include Words from Partners
    Testimonials are compelling. Be sure to include them as relevant. Ideally, these should be specific to the programs you discuss on the page. While a strong testimonial is always impactful, consider including quotes from notable partners in your ecosystem. If a potential partner recognizes the logo of an existing partner, that helps build your credibility significantly.


Partners who may not feel confident deploying your solution alone will feel empowered to know that mangaged service providers and consutants work with you and can help them.

Design and Web Page Features for Partner Directories

Partner pages aren’t just about engaging potential partners; they can also be beneficial for engaging prospective clients. Partner directories help prospective clients understand the additional benefits and support that can come from your partner ecosystem. In addition, partners who may not feel confident deploying your solution alone will feel empowered to know that managed service providers and consultants work with you and can help them.

Consider leveraging your partner directory page to further incentivize existing channel partners. Those who sell enough to earn their spot amongst the promoted partners will benefit from the added exposure and SEO value your webpage will provide.

Powerful partner showcase pages.

Especially important if you have a substantial partner ecosystem, provide filter functionality for your partner directory. Filtering will help potential clients find partners more easily. Consider providing options to filter by:

Consider providing options to filter by:

A featured section to spotlight your superstars.

Not all partners are created equal, so don’t treat them as such. Design a separate part of the directory that shines a bright light on the select few of which you’re most proud (or are your top earners, making them deserving of the top positioning).

Incorporate brand logos and brief explanations into each listing.

Logos will immediately enhance the visual appeal of your partner web page. The supplementary text will provide additional context about what makes each organization unique, yielding a well-rounded browsing experience.

Include user testimonials.

Just like for partners, testimonials from users can be powerful and engaging. Consider including text-based quote testimonials and video testimonials as relevant.

Explain the benefits.

Why should your users care about your partners? Explain it to them! Will they have an easier time implementing your program? Will they be able to get more results from your product? Make it crystal clear why your clients benefit from your broad partner network.

Key Takeaways About Designing Great Content Web Pages

Both partner program pages and partner directory pages are powerful tools to include on your website. Using the design and content practices mentioned above, you can develop pages that engage prospective clients and help you add new partners to your ecosystem.

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Tori Barlow

Director of Marketing at Allbound

Tori Barlow leads Allbound’s marketing strategy to cultivate awareness for the ultimate PRM solution. An experienced digital marketer with a passion for B2B, Tori thrives in a data-driven world.

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