Best Hosting Affiliate Programs 2016?

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Looking for a good hosting affiliate currently. Looking for $80+ per sale, and a programs with an established payout history because I am able to send 200+ sales a month. I've been a reseller for a while now but decided to send a portion of my traffic to an affiliate program to see how it goes?

Any thoughts on iPage? Good payout but I am reading mixed reviews on their payout history.
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    Originally Posted by Montaine4433 View Post

    Looking for a good hosting affiliate currently. Looking for $80+ per sale, and a programs with an established payout history because I am able to send 200+ sales a month. I've been a reseller for a while now but decided to send a portion of my traffic to an affiliate program to see how it goes?

    Any thoughts on iPage? Good payout but I am reading mixed reviews on their payout history.
    Wow the first post and it is not even a hello I am new !!! good start , right first up read the rules they are in the sticky's on each page up the top of the sub forum

    Also this type of thread goes in the Internet Marketing Review Section asked the mods they will move it for you
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  • Profile picture of the author danieldesai
    WP Engine is a top-notch hosting provider with great service and customer support, and they have a very generous affiliate program.

    According to their website, " $200 per new customer or 100% of the customer's first monthly payment (whichever is higher) "

    Regards,
    Daniel
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  • Profile picture of the author ablinkhorn
    I like Bluehost it's so easy to use and understand.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
    Are you at all worried about the quality of service you're referring these customers to or are you just looking for the commission?
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  • Profile picture of the author DRP
    Hostgator and Bluehost. Bluehost requires a contractual agreement and Hostgator is pay-as-you-go. Both are established and not going anywhere for a while, despite what the tin foil hat wearing members say...don't trust fly by night hosting companies...as an affiliate or a customer.
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  • Profile picture of the author HelenVendo
    I used to be a HostGator's affliate but I always had some issues like some sales were not counted although I gave convincing proofs there're sales made from my link, they just didn't answer me.
    Also there're constant delays with payments etc.

    Now I stopped on Unihost affiliate program. It's also a hosting company. What is great about it is that they provide you with any plan of web hosting for free and you can use it constantly!
    Comissions are also great and the threshold is 5$ (not 100$ like in Hostgator).

    And they've create custom landing page for me. So we'll see what will be further but it's one of the best affiliate programs I worked with so far.
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  • Profile picture of the author ahmedezzezz
    Bluehost >>> Hostgator
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