Get Free Access to Thousands of Process Templates - And Drive More Leads Into Your Funnel with Flowster's Content Partner Program

Have you already documented some of your business processes? Would you like to get free access to an ever-expanding library of additional processes so you don't have to create them from scratch?

Get more info about our Content Partner Program

Program Overview

Here at Flowster, our mission is to become the Netflix of Standard Operating Procedures, so that (eventually) business owners from any industry can come to Flowster and find pre-made Playbooks (collections of SOPs) that they can immediately implement in their business. 

For now, our focus is to serve marketing agencies and empower them to more efficiently/profitably deliver their services to their clients. 

To bring this vision to life,  we are working our way towards this goal one Playbook at a time – but we can’t do it alone.

What type of partners are we looking for?

At this point in time, we are focused on working with partners who have already documented some of their digital marketing processes. 

What would a collaboration look like?

Our team would work with your team to create a template(s) for a given process and then we’d promote that template(s) to our customers via our marketplace.
For example, we currently have playbooks for SEO (in partnership with SEMRush), Outbound Marketing, Amazon Brand Management, Content Repurposing, and a lot more…

Is this program right for you?

If you have already documented your business processes somewhere (Google docs, another app, etc…) and would like to see this content made available to others around the world, the Content Partner Program could be for you, and we invite you to fill out the form on the right to schedule a call with a partnership manager.

What’s in it for you?

In addition to getting a free year’s access to Flowster, we’ll give you access to an ever expanding library of pre-made SOPs so that you don’t have to create your own from scratch!


Not necessarily.

The responsibility for keeping the content up to date could be yours, or it could be ours.

That will depend on the nature of the agreement we enter into. 

No, not at this point in time.