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Topic # 56633 19-Jan-2010 17:42
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I often get enquires from people who are looking for dedicated servers, and they ask my suggestion on who to use. I am currently looking for any New Zealand ones that pay referrers for referring a successful client to them. I have contacted a few NZ ones, but none that I have contacted so far , do this. Instead they will only offer 'reseller' arrangements, where they bill me directly and I have to provide all the technical support, which is not the arrangement I want.

I currently have an arrangement with one in the USA that does pay for referrals, but some of the people who contact me, want NZ based servers. Anyone aware of any New Zealand providers that pay for referrals?

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  Reply # 291252 19-Jan-2010 17:48
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Hosting Direct does but their customer service is rubbish.




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  Reply # 291257 19-Jan-2010 17:54
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billgates: Hosting Direct does but their customer service is rubbish.



Thanks Bill, I didn't even bother to try them, because of the bad reviews on their support I have read, and their website looks quite cheap and amateurish. They also look to target the 'low cheap end' market. I would be looking at more a middle of the road to upper end company.

I would want to be referring these people to a provider that provides excellent support, otherwise I would get complaints from them, for referring them to them. The USA provider I use does provide excellent support, but I would like to support a NZ company. Just that there doesn't seem to be too many NZ providers around that does referrals of has an affiliate system.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 291260 19-Jan-2010 18:05
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domainz.net.nz
impacthosting.net.nz
registerdirect.co.nz

all have referral systems.. I have no idea how well their services are. I wouldn't expect to make much $$ with the referrals systems they have..



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  Reply # 291264 19-Jan-2010 18:14
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LennonNZ: domainz.net.nz
impacthosting.net.nz
registerdirect.co.nz

all have referral systems.. I have no idea how well their services are. I wouldn't expect to make much $$ with the referrals systems they have..


Thanks but those are all appear to web hosting providers, and not server providers.   I am looking for Dedicated server provider, not a web host.

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  Reply # 291283 19-Jan-2010 19:36
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sorry didn't read the 1st message properly..


http://www.affiliatesales.co.nz (Freeparking, Webfarm, 2Day, ICONZ ) is then your best then.








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  Reply # 291289 19-Jan-2010 20:22
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LennonNZ: sorry didn't read the 1st message properly..


http://www.affiliatesales.co.nz (Freeparking, Webfarm, 2Day, ICONZ ) is then your best then.







Thanks. Yes I contacted them a few days ago, but haven't yet had a reply, although it also looks like they many only pay referral fees for web hosting and domains. 

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  Reply # 291294 19-Jan-2010 20:43
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maybe yea

http://www.webfarm.co.nz/products/on-sell/on-sell.html

and their reseller program on that page..

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  Reply # 291295 19-Jan-2010 20:50
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Webdrive.co.nz has referral reward.




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  Reply # 291311 19-Jan-2010 22:02
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What about rimuhosting - www.rimuhosting.com
I've had nothing but great service from them for four years. They recently took over hosting direct's vps service too btw

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