Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 3, 2009
NameCheap, the popular domain registrar and web host, is now launching an affiliate program. It pays 15 percent of any new sale and takes just minutes to sign up. Participants can choose to sell any of NameCheap's product offerings with no limit on how much they can sell.
"Our customers have always been very kind as to recommend us to their friends, clients, and others they know. We are now giving them a way to get paid recommending our services. We've had a lot of requests for an affiliate program, and we are happy to oblige," said Richard Kirkendall, NameCheap's CEO.
NameCheap's CTO Mohan Vettaikaran set up the program to be easy to sign up for. After logging into their NameCheap account, participants can get their own unique affiliate ID in less than two minutes. "The ID is a URL that tracks any new referrals within 15 days of being clicked. Affiliates can use it for a banner ad, in a blog post, in Twitter, Facebook, or wherever else they can imagine. As long as they use that individual URL and they are referring new customers, they'll get paid 15 percent of any sales they bring in," said Vettaikaran.
Details about payments and further instructions can be found at the NameCheap website.
NameCheap was started in 2000 by CEO Richard Kirkendall in Los Angeles, California. Over 400,000 clients and millions of domain names have been registered through the site. From the purchase of your first domain to working with hundreds from your control panel, NameCheap makes domain management simple. Every NameCheap customer also receives free WhoisGuard protection to keep their identity safe as well as a free Comodo SSL with every domain purchase. Find out more by visiting namecheap.com.