September 7, 2007
HostSearch.com Initiates Value Added Service for Support Members
September 7, 2007 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) HostSearch.com, the Internets largest source of searchable information related to web hosts and their products and services, has announced the launch of a value-added service to benefit the companys Support Members. The service gives Support Members, all web hosts, access to a range of discounts and benefits applied to products and services offered by key web hosting industry vendors/suppliers.
I think what we are offering is of benefit to everyone involved, said John Hughes, Web Editor at HostSearch.com. Our Support Members are offered products and services with discounts or additional benefits, and the vendors we have partnered with make relationships with the web hosts their products and services have been developed for it is definitely a win-win.
To become Support Members, HostSearch.com members prepay $25, an amount that can be used against HostSearch.coms various advertising options. Once registered, Support Members receive access to a Control Panel where they can manage their company details as they appear on HostSearch, and manage any advertising campaigns they might initiate. A new Benefits page has been built into this interface that shows which vendors are offering HostSearch Support Members discounts and benefits, and exactly what they are.
When Support Members come to the benefits page they are given a list of vendors and the discounts and benefits they are offering. Our members either then visit a vendors website and make purchases using the discount codes we have provided, click on a link and get redirected to a new landing page, or contact a company using a dedicated email form, whichever way the vendor requires, added Mr. Hughes.
HostSearch.com was established in 1997 and provides unbiased information about web hosting providers and the web hosting industry. The site maintains the largest database of information about web hosts available and continually upgrades its service to ensure the information it provides meets the requirements of its visitors. To learn more about HostSearch visit http://www.hostsearch.com. To register to the HostSearch Article System visit http://www.hostsearch.com/articles/register.asp.