September 22, 2008 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Web hosting provider Host Color (http://www.hostcolor.com) has changed the way it pays affiliates, it was reported recently. The company, which bills itself as a quality global web hosting provider, will now pay affiliates both commissions per sale and for each unique visitor sent to Host Color's pages. The new program provides affiliates a generous 25% revenue from each sale.
"We spent some time to discuss our new affiliate model with our customers and affiliates, and we decided to launch a unique affiliate program, very different from those, other web hosts maintain," explained Host Color LLCs Managing Director, Alexander Avramov. "Unlike others, we pay not only for the sales our affiliates make, but for visitors sent. This is fair enough, but this principle has been distorted from overselling hosting companies. You can find today a large number of complaints posted by consumers in popular web hosting forums. They all say that different web hosts cheat or refuse to pay affiliate commissions".
According to the company, its new affiliate model offers three main advantages. The scheme rewards affiliates that send quality, targeted visitors to Host Colors site. In addition, the company pays affiliates that make sales, no matter if the customers stays or leaves the web host. Finally affiliates get real commission, not a promise", meaning no delays in money transfers and payments.
Host Color LLC is incorporated in Delaware, USA. The company manages business and personal websites through its data centers in South Bend, Indiana, U.S. and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The company also provides fully Managed dedicated hosting through HC Servers (http://www.hostcolorservers.com) and European hosting services through HC Europe (http://www.hostcoloreurope.com). Those wishing to sign up to Host Colors Affiliate Program should visit the companys corporate website.