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April 14th, 2008

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Due to popular request, we’ve now enabled our affiliate system. That’s right, now you can earn money for hosting with us and referring other people! Here’s a breakdown of the ins and outs.

Firstly, you must have a hosting account with us already. This is essential because the affiliates system ties into your already existing account details, giving you your own unique link. Once you have a hosting account you then have to enable the affiliates system if interested. You can do this by logging into your client area and hitting the affiliates link at the bottom right and following the instructions.

We pay 25% commission on every referral after their account has been active for 30 days. This is just to safeguard ourselves against people signing up with their own fake referrals to earn immediate credits, and then cancelling their account a few days later. Commission is paid monthly, and you will receive affiliate report earnings via e-mail to let you know how you’re doing.

Affiliate reports can be tracked in real-time via your client area, so you’ll always know if that person you’ve been bugging on IRC/MSN etc has actually signed up yet or not! So what are you waiting for? Get earning with this* today!

Five Comments

  1. Simon

    April 19, 2008

    Any chance of this opening up to people that don’t have an account with you?

  2. Jules

    April 19, 2008

    Simon, thanks for your message. To keep things simple, the affiliate process ties in with existing account details so it’s essentially an all in one process. If you’re interested in becoming an affiliate I can create you an account without hosting. I’ll mail you with more details.

  3. Jules

    April 21, 2008


    Thanks for your comment. We disabled manual registration puposefully to stop “random people” signing up and having client accounts soley just to dig around. Sometimes we like to mail our customers with important updates, so mailing everyone else who doesn’t have an account could be a hefty waste of resources.

  4. Karly Beidleman

    April 9, 2010

    found this linked from an article. I’ll keep following your stuff from now, cause this was rather informative. thanks.

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