How To Make $120 From a $5.95 Sale

There are many ways for bloggers to make money online. One of the best ways is by selling web hosting. For me, selling web hosting has been a consistent money maker.

The majority of web hosting affiliate plans are front-loaded. What this means is the web hosting company will pay you a big lump sum upfront and then spend the next months, or years, trying to make their money back from the customer you referred. For example, InMotion Hosting pays $50 when you sell a $5.95 hosting plan. You get the $50 up front. InMotion then hopes the customer will sticks around for more than eight months so they can start turning a profit.

Affiliates who can sell a lot of hosting plans can command way more than the $50 that most web hosting affiliate offers. Getting a higher payout means more money in your pocket, but you also need to show that you can produce the additional sales. What if you can’t do that? This is where this episode of Driving with John Chow come in.

Make $120 Per Sale with InMotion Hosting

When you sign up as an InMotion Hosting affiliate through this blog, InMotion will give you $120 per sale with no minimum sales requirements! That’s $70 more per sale than what they start a normal affiliate at. To get the higher payout, follow these four simple steps:

  1. Sign up as an InMotion Hosting affiliate.
  2. Send me an email with your affiliate username.
  3. I will increase your commission to $120 per sale.
  4. Start promotion InMotion hosting and make money online!

This offer is good for new InMotion affiliates only.

Promoting web hosting is one of the best ways to make money online. InMotion hosting plans starts at only $5.95 a month. When you sell it, they will pay you $120! Normally, this high a payout is only available to affiliate who can do a lot of volume. However, as a John Chow dot Com reader, you can enjoy the same high payout as a super affiliate. Follow the steps above and go apply now. Oscar did, and look how happy he is!


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