When you join the Network Solutions Affiliate Program, you can make money simply by promoting reliable Web hosting to those who visit your website, blog or email newsletter. Once you’ve filled out a short application form, we’ll review your site quickly and, if you meet our affiliate guidelines, you can immediately begin making money by placing our banner ads, logos or text links on your site. There’s no cost to join and – unlike other web hosting affiliate programs – no limit to how much you can make!
We know that you want to promote the best possible products and services to your site’s visitors, and you can feel confident knowing that Network Solutions is a reliable web hosting provider. Our state-of-the-art data centers provide the superior Web hosting service that your visitors need when managing websites of any size.
When you become a Web hosting affiliate, you’ll be promoting full-featured Web hosting packages available for both UNIX® and Windows® users. Those features include:
- 99.99% Unix® uptime* rating and automatic backup and restore
- Extensive library of open source applications
- Free website builder tool
- Fast FTP access
- Domain name flexibility
- Ample disk space and storage
- Extensive programming language support
- Online storage & file sharing
- WordPress® blog hosting
- Secure, personalized email
- 24/7 support
Becoming a Web hosting affiliate is free and easy. Apply today and begin making money from your website by promoting Web hosting services that meet the needs of today’s online businesses.
*99.99% Uptime is only for UNIX® customers. The uptime for Windows users is 99.9%. Each uptime calculation is measured by the uptime for the entire customer base across all hosting systems for Network Solutions. Scheduled maintenance to Network Solutions systems is excluded from the calculation of the uptime for UNIX and Windows users as well as events causing downtime that are outside of the control of Network Solutions® or are caused by third parties.
nsHosting Shared™ Unlimited for Windows limits concurrent connections to 100, which may result outages for customers with higher website traffic.
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