How To Make Money With Web Hosting Affiliate Programs?

By | June 17, 2016

Whether you are a beginner or a professional, I think, you would agree that web hosting niche is very a competitive, but very profitable.

You can make $100 per 1 customer or even more. In order to make make one million dollars and become a self-made online millionaire you have to refer 10.000 customers. Watch this video to learn how to make money with web hosting affiliate programs. Below the video you’ll find the list of the best web hosting affiliate programs (by “the best” I mean not “high paying” or “top paying”), but the most reliable ones. We are responsible for what we are doing, saying, and promoting:

Here is the list of the best web hosting affiliate programs to promote:

Bluehost – I am personally using Bluehost for this blog, and I truly believe that it is the best web hosting company on the market

They pay $65 per one customer.

A lot of top marketers including Pat Flynn promote Bluehost and make tens of thousands of dollars every month.


Ipage – a popular web hosting company paying you $85 per one customer. What is interesting is that they give you a lot of freebies when you buy web hosting from them.

Over $450 in Freebies with Web Hosting by iPage – $2.25/month only


LiquidWeb – oh, it’s unbelievable! With LiquidWeb you can make up to $500 for one customer as well as a monthly commission of 5% (which in this case, would be $25/month).

I hope, y0u understand that the best way to promote a web hosting company is to be its client. I’m the client of Bluehost, and I promote it.

Here are some tips on how you can promote any web hosting company:

You can refer customers in numerous ways, some of which include:

– Post your affiliate link on your blog
– Place a banner on your website
– Refer your business associates
– Place a “Powered by YourCompany’ graphic on your website.

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