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Web Hosting Firm - Hosting Connecticut - Announces New Affiliate Program

Up to 30% Commissions Possible With The New Program

Web hosting and design firm, Hosting Connecticut LCC, has developed a new affiliate program that the company says, provides Web site owners higher payouts than even the most popular web hosting, domain registration, domain renewal programs like ipowerwebhosting.

This affiliate program allows Web site owners to receive commissions by sending customers to Hosting Connecticut LLC.com. The program is open to anyone with a web site. After a free registration process, affiliates can control most aspects of their affiliate advertising campaigns. In addition, affiliates have access to real-time online performance and commission reports.

According to Paula Pierce, Hosting Connecticut partner, the biggest benefit of the new program is that it is a highly lucrative opportunity for Web site owners. “It is not only possible, but realistic for affiliates to make $135 from a single customer referral.”

"30% commissions are now possible with our affiliate program, just for referring individuals to us who make a purchase. In no time you will see the money just rolling in" "Is there an easier way to make money?" "We don't think so!"

According to the company, Hosting Connecticut LLC affiliate program comes at a time when many web site owners are looking for ways to earn extra income from their web sites. When one utilizes strategically chosen affiliate programs it is a much more lucrative way to make money, than say trying to add products and e-commerce to their own website.

While there are no major restrictions as to what types of web sites can participate in the program, Pierce says ideal affiliates are those who have a good amount of traffic and page views which will generate interest in the web hosting and domain registrations and a large audience of small business owners – the same target market that Hosting Connecticut LLC specializes in serving.

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Web Hosting News Desk 02/03/06 07:23:44 AM EST

Hosting Connecticut LCC has developed a new affiliate program, wherein web site owners receive commissions by sending customers to Hosting Connecticut LLC.com. After a free registration process, affiliates can control most aspects of their affiliate advertising campaigns. In addition, affiliates have access to real-time online performance and commission reports.

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