CloudLinux Releases the Imunify360 Partner Guide

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A collection of resources helps hosting providers increase Imunify360 sales and expand services.

CloudLinux, the maker of the leading OS for hosting providers, announced today the launch of the Imunify360 Partner Guide to help hosting providers accelerate sales by promoting the Imunify360-powered security offering that makes customer websites more secure.

For hosting providers that protect their shared servers with Imunify360, the guide offers a collection of product seals and content that can be used to educate shared hosting customers and differentiate services from their competitors.

For hosting providers that resell Imunify360 to their VPS/Dedicated customers, this guide will help generate additional revenue by promoting and upselling this security offering that makes customer servers more secure.

In the Imunify360 Partner Guide, hosting providers will find:

  • Website content for landing pages and emails;
  • Logos and seals, promotional cards and brochures;
  • Best practices for shopping cart integration and suggested pricing;
  • Advertising and sales content (branded for you);
  • Sales materials (cheat sheet, training presentation, demo) and more.

“Imunify360 was developed to provide complete protection for Linux Web servers, and therefore create a much safer web environment,” said Igor Seletskiy, CloudLinux chief executive officer. “In our new partner guide, we offer a collection of content, advertising collateral, logos, and best practices examples so that our partners can educate their customers on the value Imunify360 provides, how it secures their websites, and why it is important.”

The Imunify360 Partner Guide can be found here: http://www.cloudlinux.com/for-partners/imunify360/

Imunify360 is an all-in-one, automated security solution with self-learning capability and a centralized management dashboard for Linux shared, dedicated servers, and VPS. To learn more about Imunify360, visit http://imunify360.com.

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