WP Engine Increase Affiliate Commission Rates

WP Engine has continued leading by example when working with its affiliates, increasing its commission rate to a whopping $200 per sale earlier this week.

That's right, if you're a WP Engine affiliate, when referring a personal or professional plan, your commission for each sale will increase from the previous $150 to $200! That’s a minimum $200 dollar commission for every sale you bring to WP Engine!

WP Engine has continued leading by example when working with its affiliates, increasing its commission rate to a whopping $200 per sale earlier this week.

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That’s right, if you’re a WP Engine affiliate, when referring a personal or professional plan, your commission for each sale will increase from the previous $150 to $200! That’s a minimum $200 dollar commission for every sale you bring to WP Engine!

What’s more, Business and Enterprise plans will receive a 100% commission of the first month’s fees. That’s enormous potential to make money as a WP Engine affiliate.

Affiliate programs are the lifeblood of many blogs and without them it would simply be impossible to maintain a blog running for very long. We’re very happy to have WP Mayor hosted with WP Engine, their support and service has always been nothing short of stellar, so our affiliate partnership with them comes natural. We get to promote our favourite managed WordPress web host and the affiliate commissions help us to keep our blog running.

If you’re a WordPress blog owner or even a developer and want to refer your clients to quality hosting, consider joining the affiliate program of WP Engine. It’s a win for everyone involved.

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Jean Galea
Jean Galea
Jean Galea is an investor, entrepreneur, and blogger. He is the founder of WP Mayor, the plugins WP RSS Aggregator and Spotlight, as well as the Mastermind.fm podcast. His personal blog can be found at jeangalea.com.

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3 Responses

    1. WP Engine and DigitalOcean are both awesome services, but have different target users. WP Engine is for the WordPress user who wants a managed service, while DigitalOcean is purely for developers who want to spin up a server as quickly as possible and have full control over it. They can’t really be compared.

      With WP Engine we get managed backups, top notch security implementations, WordPress-specific support, a staging server and much more, so it’s the obvious choice for managing a popular site like WP Mayor.

      WP Engine are known for great performance so I’m sure that if you had an interaction with one of their support stuff they would have helped you fine tune your site.

  1. That’s incredible! And if you consider the fact that having dedicated hosting for your WordPress site is now highly recommended for added security, along with affordable prices – because let’s face it, if you’re getting more than 100k visits a month or anything close to this- then your website will easily pay for this hosting 10 fold!

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