Many web hosting companies pay a lot of money for Pay-Per-Click campaigns or to hosting affiliate programs. We'd much rather give this money back to our customers for referrals than pay other companies that have no vested interest in the WebHostingBuzz community
Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) October 1, 2008
WebHostingBuzz, a leader in business and reseller web hosting, has launched a new Partner Program to help customers earn money with their websites. All clients who place a WebHostingBuzz badge and/or link on their site will earn 20% of any hosting package sales referred by their website. Payouts will come every month directly into a PayPal account.
"Many web hosting companies pay a lot of money for Pay-Per-Click campaigns or to hosting affiliate programs. We'd much rather give this money back to our customers for referrals than pay other companies that have no vested interest in the WebHostingBuzz community," said Safvan Malik, WebHostingBuzz's CEO.
Webmasters, blog owners, and anyone currently hosting with WebHostingBuzz can participate in the program. The WebHostingBuzz marketing team has created badges and landing pages to increase conversions, but customers can create their own as long as they use the appropriate tracking links.
"By creating our Partner Program, we wanted to offer win/win situation for everyone. Our customers make money and have vested interest in our company, and it allows us to better focus on having the fastest and most technology and support on the market. Our staff is composed of over 70% tech related positions and we intend to keep it this way," explains Malik.
To find out more about the hosting industry's first 100% user generated marketing campaign, read more about the WebHostingBuzz Partner Program as well as their web hosting plans. Customers can also ask questions to Malik directly in the forums.
WebHostingBuzz was started in 2002 by Safvan Malik and currently hosts over 300,000 websites. Current customers include brand names such as Shopzilla, http://www.com and Dominos Pizza. Customers can interact with owners in the WebHostingBuzz forum, and all hosting uptime figures are posted directly into the WebHostingBuzz blog.