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Storm Internet Reveals New Sales Tool

September 15, 2009 by  

Web Hosting ServicesUNITED KINGDOM – International web host, Storm Internet today announced the launch of its new affiliate scheme. The incentive programme gives anyone with a website the opportunity to earn commission for recommending Storm’s hosting packages to friends, family, colleagues and website visitors.

Salim Benadel, CEO of Storm Internet says, “we are delighted to be offering people a way to make some extra money, especially in the current economic conditions. Just by promoting a Storm banner on their website, webmasters can make an impressive 25% of every sale generated from their site. That’s a figure we are proud to say is one of the most competitive in the web hosting industry.”

Once a member of Storm’s affiliate scheme, users can then take advantage of a 25% discount off all future hosting packages purchased.

The Oxfordshire based company, which provides high quality web hosting solutions for individuals and businesses around the world, has been placing increased emphasis on improving the experience for their customers. As well as the Affiliate and discount schemes, a new and improved Storm website was launched this year and customers can now take advantage of 24/7 customer service, Live Chat and dedicated Account Managers.

Salim explains, “we understand that buying anything IT related is an important and at times daunting decision. And that’s why we place so much emphasis on support – we are committed to supporting our customers as best we can and giving them something back where possible.”

About Storm Internet
Storm Internet specializes in web hosting and dedicated server solutions for individuals and businesses. The company was founded in 2004 by its CEO Salim Benadel. Storm’s main customers are businesses and individuals with some I.T experience and its target markets fall under three services:
• Web hosting customers – individuals, entrepreneurs, web developers and designers requiring cheap high quality web hosting and email.
• Dedicated server customers – individuals and small to medium sized businesses with In-house IT staff who require a server as raw material so that they can configure to suit their own needs.
• Business solutions customers – small to medium sized businesses that either have no IT resources or who want to outsource an essential IT service. Their aim would be to save money and remove any associated hassle. An example would be a company wanting to have all their company’s email managed externally.

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