We started as an agency, so we're quite aware of the challenges they face in delivering high-quality content to their clients.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 09, 2016
nDash.co, the world’s first content community platform, today announced its official partner program at HubSpot’s INBOUND 2016 conference. The program enables marketing agencies to add or expand content creation as a core service, while providing lifetime referral commissions to affiliates, resellers and freelance writers.
After an open beta launch in August 2016, nDash has gained traction with marketing agencies, tech startups and several Fortune 500 brands. The platform allows companies to receive crowdsourced content ideas, while giving them tools to recruit, on-board, manage and pay a team of freelance writers.
“The early feedback has been extremely positive and it has validated our view that brands are looking to work with expert writers,” said nDash CEO Michael Brown. “Ultimately, it’s not about the brand finding a lot of writers, it’s about finding ones with specific expertise. That’s the problem we’re uniquely positioned to help them solve.”
Brown attributed much of the platform’s early growth to marketing agencies in particular, who are using the platform to build “content communities” for their clients.
“We started as an agency, so we’re quite aware of the challenges they face in delivering high-quality content to their clients,” he said. “The platform was specifically designed with agencies in mind, so to debut this program as part of our INBOUND sponsorship, in front of the world’s top agencies, is obviously very exciting for us.”
In addition to the Agency Partner Program—which provides resources, sales support and co-marketing materials—nDash also rolled out a Referral Program aimed at consultants, resellers and freelance writers, who can earn a 20% commission for the lifetime of the customer relationship. More information about earning referral bonuses through nDash can be found on their company blog.
nDash.co is a web platform that enables brands to receive crowdsourced content ideas and gives them all the tools they need to recruit, onboard, manage and pay a team of expert writers. The company was founded in 2015 by Michael Brown—a former journalist, marketers and agency owner—and beta launched in August of 2016. To date, more than 150 brands have signed up to receive unique content pitches from writers all over the world. To learn more, visit http://www.ndash.co.