I’m a Hostgator and AWeber affiliate now!

I’m pretty excited!  I just signed up to be an affiliate to Hostgator and AWeber.  You can see the new widgets/banner_ads on the right of the screen.  Basically, when someone clicks on either of those links, it takes you to those companies websites where you can find out more information and decide if you want to signup for the service.  If you don’t, that’s fine.  If you do, then I get a small affiliate commission.  You are not charged anything extra!

So, whether you go directly to Hostgator’s website (for example) or whether you go from my website, you pay the same to Hostgator.  Of course, I would really appreciate it if you clicked on the link on the right of my website since it will earn me a small affiliate commission.  Thanks!

4 Responses to “I’m a Hostgator and AWeber affiliate now!”

  1. Jackie Says:

    Hi Grant,
    Congrats on your shiny new affiliate status on this site – and I like the way you threw the spotlight on them in your sidebar – good looking, very engaging post as well. Do you plan to do reviews of these two services?

    Jackie

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    • TiredOfTheCube Says:

      Hi Jackie,
      Absolutely I’ll do reviews on them. I’ve been using Hostgator for years but I’m new to AWeber. I’ve been concentrating on Dean’s challenges and haven’t been able to put out much yet. I’ve got lots of praise for Hostgator from my experience and from folks I know who are very pleased.

      As far as AWeber, they actually called me on the phone to say thanks for signing up!!! What a cool gesture! I’m pretty excited by it all and will have lots more to say as well as tutorials.

      Thanks for looking things over and for the great comment.

      Grant

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      • Heinz Says:

        is one of my favorite autnpesrooder tools. It’s dependable and can help its users to manage its members. This deal just make Aweber more irresistible . Users can now make money as well. That’s a great strategy!- Pete.-= Pete Deanb4s last blog .. =-.

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    • Nabuchodonozor Says:

      1) AweberGot to disagree here. I’ve tried every ausdertponoer that there is, but although Aweber is undoubtably as good as any of them, I cannot find one that offers a good marketing plan at a resonable, preferably one-time cost. The argument that any ausdertponoer should be paying for itself from the followups sent to subscribers only works when you have a decent list. When you haven’t its a massive drain on resources each month.2) Virtual Smart AgentNo opinion as I’ve never owned one.3) Hostgator100% Agree4) WordPress100% Agree5) ClickBankAgree that ClickBank is definately required due to the vast numbers of products that are available, but I also think that the new generation of instant pay marketplaces have an important role to play especially as they grow in size.Just my 2 cents worth.Phill

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