Walla Walla, WA (PRWEB) January 21, 2007
Glass.net, sister company of the online auto glass giant, 89Glass, and subsidiary of QualitySmith, Inc., announced significant commission increases with the re-launch of its affiliate marketing program.
"Our base commission rates have increased 150 percent, and under the new program structure, affiliates will now receive payment for quotes generated as well as for customer leads," said Mollie Delaney, marketing director at QualitySmith. "Glass.net provides consumers with a such a unique marketplace, comparing pricing among local glass shops, that we can now share a greater portion of our own successes with our affiliate partners."
Additional upgrades to the Glass.net affiliate program include the addition of a dedicated team of three individuals to the Glass.net, Salt Lake City staff. These individuals will manage the day to day program tasks, develop fresh creative, plan promotional offers and be on call for any troubleshooting.
Glass.net will be managing the new program through Kowabunga, and will become a member of the Kolimbo Affiliate Network. Affiliate commissions will be $1.00 for each unique visitor who gets an auto glass quote and $12.00 for each customer lead. "We expect this will translate into about $94 - $128 EPC for our active affiliates," said Thyra Hinshaw, e-commerce sales analyst with QualitySmith. The rollout of the new Glass.net affiliate program coincides with the Affiliate Summit 2007, January 21-24, this week, but is not officially connected with the summit. Representatives from Glass.net will be in attendance at the Affiliate Summit 2007 or can also be contacted by email.
For additional information on the re-launch of the Glass.net Affiliate Program, contact Ryan Ewer (800) 915-6160 or visit http://glass.net/affiliates.
About Glass.net -- Glass.net first began offering competitive online auto glass quotes in May 2006, building on five years of online industry experience with 89Glass. The unique comparative pricing model has revolutionized the marketing tactics for small independent glass shop owners, allowing them to benefit from the ever increasing numbers of online shoppers.