AM Navigator Chosen to Build and Manage Wine Bee's Affiliate Program
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) July 07, 2014
WineBee.com sells Italian wines ranging from bargains to collectibles, and has launched their affiliate program. The program is offered exclusively on ShareASale, which provides high payouts to publishers that want to partner with WineBee.com. Not only do they sell individual bottles of wine, but they have a wine subscription club where people can get up to 12 bottles shipped to their door quarterly at up to a 25% discount.
AM Navigator is the affiliate management company chosen by WineBee.com to setup, launch, and manage their affiliate program on ShareASale. With over a decade of affiliate marketing experience, AM Navigator has worked with many businesses to build, manage, and grow an online presence and even improve already-established online businesses. The company's affiliate marketing professionals have worked with companies such as Forbes, Hallmark, and Skype, making them the no-brainer choice to handle the management of WineBee.com' s affiliate marketing program.
Kairi Harvig, President of WineBee.com, stated, "We are looking forward to starting a long term partnership with Geno and AM Navigator. Geno's wealth of experience and success in managing affiliate marketing programs was the main reason we chose to work with him. We are very confident that with the help of AM Navigator, WineBee.com' s affiliate program will grow to new levels and our company will grow in the process."
This affiliate program enables webmasters to place WineBee.com' s links, content, and banner ads on their individual websites and earn a commission each time a sale is rendered through an ad. With up to 15% commission on the sales amount referred, this program is projected to be one of the most popular wine-related affiliate programs on ShareASale.
"Because WineBee.com has unique products that many affiliate marketers will want to promote and they offer substantial commission payouts (up to 15%), they are set to become one of the most prevalent wine related affiliate opportunities on the market," Rick Magennis of AM Navigator said. "We will simplify the entire process to bring only the best and most competent affiliates to the merchant so that both parties benefit from the arrangement."
A few of the benefits that affiliates can expect when joining the WineBee.com affiliate program include performance bonuses, co-branded landing pages and up to a 15% commission on each referred sale. By teaming up with affiliate partners WineBee.com will be able to reach more consumers and share their great selection of Italian wines. To join and learn more about the WineBee.com affiliate program, visit the sign-up page on ShareASale.
WineBee.com is a family owned and operated company that has a countless selection of Italian wines, ranging from bargains to collectibles. They specialize in fine Italian wines and as a result, represent wines from each of twenty wine regions of Italy. They buy their wines directly from the wineries in Italy, import them to the United States and sell them directly to consumers through WineBee.com. In the process they skip a few middle-men and can sell the wines below normal retail prices. To learn more about WineBee visit their website at http://www.winebee.com
About AM Navigator
Started and steered by Evgenii "Geno" Prussakov, AM Navigator is an award-winning online marketing agency that has helped many online businesses grow their revenue. Along with running AM Navigator he is also an award-winning affiliate management expert, international speaker, author of "A Practical Guide to Affiliate Marketing," "Affiliate Program Management: An Hour a Day," and other books and publications. Geno has worked with top brands that include Forbes, Nokia, Hallmark, Warner Music, Medifast, Skype, Vitamin Shoppe, and hundreds of smaller businesses. To learn more about AM Navigator's affiliate management services check them out at amnavigator.com.
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