We are firm believers in empowering our affiliates and are committed to provide you with the tools and knowledge to be a successful SiteGround ambassador. We know that affiliate marketing has its own secrets and requires a lot of effort, time and dedication for you to be good at it. This is why we have decided to start yet another campaign, save you some of that learning effort and help you become a better affiliate.
Over the course of four consecutive months, we will interview four inspiring SiteGround affiliates with very different profiles and approaches to affiliate marketing, and ask them what makes them successful. We’ll share their stories in our blog so that all of you can enjoy, get inspired and learn from them.
Ryan runs www.wpsitecare.com - a paid WordPress support service. He has created a comparison between hosting providers focused on speed performance. Ryan also provides personal recommendation of a host depending on client’s individual needs.
Jonathan’s blog - besthostnews.com features news about different hosting providers and a lot of SEO articles. He writes a lot about SiteGround and has featured us as his most recommended provider.
Malte is a developer who rocks WordPress but has an even greater affection for Drupal. He works as a freelancer and has created a lot of YouTube videos where he promotes and recommends SiteGround: cmsvideos.de
Zac is an affiliate marketing veteran and is currently focused on teaching bloggers, affiliates, and entrepreneurs how to make money online through zacjohnson.com. He features SiteGround in his how to start a blog website and on his podcast.
Ask Your Most Pressing Questions
Besides the chance to learn from them, you will also get the chance to ask our inspiring affiliates a question yourself! Some of the best questions that you send us will be asked and answered in the interviews and ….could win you $100 affiliate bonus!
Please send your questions to affiliates at siteground dot com not later than June 23, 2015 and let’s make the most of the know-how and enthusiasm of our interviewees.