Government Auctions & Real Estate Foreclosures Portal GovernmentAuctions.org Upgrades its Affiliate Program to a 2-Tier Commission Structure.

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Release discusses affiliate program details, web portal information, and company background.

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for anyone interested, all that's needed to start making money through the program is to sign up as an affiliate and to post the program's links on a web site or in a newsletter.

Bargain hunter portal GovernmentAuctions.org (http://www.governmentauctions.org), which is a division of Cyweb Holdings Inc., announces that it has upgraded its popular affiliate program to a 2-tier commission structure with the intent of generating increased affiliate sign-ups, payouts and revenue.

"The upgrade to GovernmentAuctions.org's affiliate program is intended to increase affiliate payouts by allowing current and new affiliates to make commission not only from sign-ups directly referred by them, but also from signups generated by subaffiliates," reports Cyweb Holdings Vice President Michael Pesochinsky. "Heretofore, our affiliate program was already an extremely easy way for high-traffic websites to earn income by referring visitors for membership sign-ups to GovernmentAuctions.org. We have every confidence, however, that this upgrade will increase affiliate commissions exponentially," adds Pesochinsky.

The original affiliate program, which was released in May 2003, was a one-tier program that paid affiliates from $10 to $20 per each of the member sign-ups referred by them. Now affiliates can earn additional commission from the efforts of others they refer to GovernmentAuctions.org affiliate program that go on promote the service. In particular, with the current upgrade, on top of commission for their own referrals, affiliates will also be paid $2.50 for each member signup generated by all subaffiliates they refer.

In the course of the affiliate program's existence, it has become one of the most successful standalone affiliate programs out there, and has helped GovernmenetAuctions.org form affiliate/partner relationships with many key websites. GovernmentAuctions.org encourages others to sign up for the program, as there is absolutely no cost.

Pesochinsky explains that, "for anyone interested, all that's needed to start making money through the program is to sign up as an affiliate and to post the program's links on a web site or in a newsletter." Registration for the program is available at http://www.governmentauctions.org/partners.asp. Pesochinsky ads that " the GovernmentAuctions.org affiliate program is one of our top priorities, and we intend to keep introducing features and commission rewards that will generate increased incentives and payouts for our affiliates.”

About GovernmentAuctions.org

GovernmentAuctions.org (http://www.governmentauctions.org) is a membership-based web site for bargain hunters that helps its users find and participate in government auctions of seized and surplus property. It also provides its members with access to its nationwide database of real estate foreclosure listings across the United States.

About Cyweb Holdings Inc.

Cyweb Holdings Inc. (http://www.cywebholdings.com) is a company that, through its divisions and holdings, provides high quality web-based information services to the public and other businesses. The company consists of personnel and management who, combined, have extensive experience in business, government, law, software and technology, and who have committed themselves to use their backgrounds and knowledge to create, sustain, and invest in superior information products in various markets.

Interview Contact: I. Aronovich, Public Relations

Tel: (516) 467-4518

Fax: (516) 706-1072 Attn: PR Dept.

Email: pr @ governmentauctions.org

Company: Cyweb Holdings Inc. (http://www.cywebholdings.com)

Division: GovernmentAuctions.org (http://www.governmentauctions.org)

Business Address: 70 Middle Neck Road, Suite 5, Great Neck, NY 11021

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