Looking Back At 2017 : Vodien Year In Review

2017 has been an exciting year for Vodien, with new developments and happenings for our internal and external customers. Before we push forward to 2018, we would like to take this opportunity to share what we have done and achieved in 2017. Here’s a quick infographic to show some of the exciting things that have happened this year.

INFOGRAPHIC – Vodien 2017 Year in Review

Server Managed Services

Managing our own virtual private servers or dedicated servers can be a hassle for customers that have to manage both their businesses and their IT resources at the same time. Server managed services is created to provide basic free server management for the plans, and availing newly paid tiers for customers that want advanced security and performance features. The addon features advanced brute-force security, webGuard Basic, disaster recovery, server installation and performance optimization, and many more. Better spend your time on your business while we handle all round-the-clock maintenance and support behind the scenes. Check out this link to learn more about our Server Managed Services.

 

A.I. Sentry

A.I. Sentry is our bespoke three-sector web protection service powered by Artificial Intelligence. It is a solution that operates with deep analytics to analyze undesirable behaviours and patterns of existing and new cyber attacks. Since malicious attacks continue to evolve, a traditional security solution would be difficult to detect and prevent such attacks.

The A.I. Sentry operates on a triumvirate of web defence solution that includes: Application Security, Network Security and Bot Defence Security. It protects all Vodien servers from at least 14,000 brute force attacks and 700,000 challenge-response authentication issues per day. For more information about A.I. Sentry, make sure to read this article: A.I Sentry – How Vodien Protects your Websites and Emails.

 

HTTP/2 Server Upgrade and Support

All HTTPS websites hosted on Vodien-managed servers will now see a huge boost in web page loading speed. In other words, hosting accounts with HTTPS-enabled websites will be able to enjoy even faster loading speeds.

HTTP/2 is the current successor of HTTP/1.1 which features faster web page speed and performance, superior security and mobile-friendly implementation. It reduces latency in the browser request to increase efficiency in data transfer.

The best thing about HTTP/2 is that it’s already supported by most browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Edge and Safari. Since it has backwards compatibility, any visitor who accesses your site on a non-HTTP/2 browser will be reverted back to HTTP/1.X connection. We recommend that you read this article about HTTP/2 to learn more about its features: Benefits of HTTP/2 and How it Boosts Your Site.

 

EA 3 to EA 4 Upgrade

We’re happy to announce that all our Vodien servers are now better optimised as it has been upgraded from EasyApache 3 to EasyApache 4. cPanel and WHM now install EasyApache 4 automatically for new installations that operate on cPanel and WHM version 58 or higher.

With EasyApache 4, it fixes issues with EasyApache 3 where every change done requires a full recompile of PHP and Apache.  It only takes a few seconds to add new module because it delivers Apache and PHP as RPMs. It is also easy to update EasyApache 4 since the operating system does it for you automatically. You may contact our web hosting specialists to learn more about EasyApache 4.

 

DNS Editor and Advanced Domain Manager

Before, customers with domains can only edit their Domain Name Systems (DNS) via their web hosting control panel, cPanel. Now with the all new DNS editor and Advanced Domain Manager, all Vodien customers can manage single or multiple domain profiles effortlessly just through a single customer billing account.

Our all-new DNS Editor allows our domain customers to edit, add or delete DNS records with a just click of the button, manage domains from another web hosting accounts billed under the same billing account, and integrate with third-party service providers (e.g. G Suite, Squarespace, MailChimp, etc). with a simple template update. If you’re interested to learn more about it, we wrote a full article regarding our DNS Editor here: Easily Manage your Domains via New DNS Editor Platform.

 

webSpeed Assurance

Loading speeds for your websites are something that can determine if your customer stays on your site and convert. Knowing the importance, webSpeed Assurance is our latest feature update, exclusive to Business Hosting customers. The monitoring service in place checks and flags out websites that takes more than 2 seconds for a full load. With the flagged out list, our SuperSupport team will reach out to the selected customers and offer the free one-time Content Management System (CMS) configuration to make the best out of the hosting resources.

Aside from one-time CMS configuration, we will present customers with an after-action report and a free consultation if required. Find out more about our Business Hosting plans and learn about the additional features and benefits you get from the plans.

 

Budget SSL

It goes without saying that we can no longer stay complacent as far as web security is concerned. The Internet is replete with cyber threats and other malicious activities that can restrict anyone’s right to security, privacy, and freedom when exchanging information in the digital world. In fact, Google now warns website owners to convert their non-HTTPs site to HTTPs or else be penalized with a ‘Not Secure’ warning on the address bar, both in regular and incognito mode.

So, we recently revamped our SSL product offering to include Budget SSL. This is recommended for budget-conscious website owners. For as little as $2 per month, provide a peace of mind for your visitors and enjoy Google search ranking benefits by getting your Budget SSL today.

 

Sponsorship Events

Needless to say, 2017 has been an eventful year for us. We had the honour of being sponsors of events such as the P.A.K. Challenge held by SMU and of course, the big one: the National Day Parade 2017. Contributing what we do best, we had the privilege of architecting the backend infrastructure and powering the tech platform of each event. To read more about what we did, click here!

 

Looking Forward to 2018

Hopefully, this post provided a brief overview of all the implementations we have done this year. These implementations we have done is an outcome of our commitment to provide intrinsic value to our customers–to make online presence possible and affordable for anyone.

We would like to especially thank all our customers for entrusting us with your web hosting needs all throughout these years. You have been instrumental to our success and without you, these achievements would not have been feasible in the first place.

We assure you that we will continue to exceed expectations and break any barriers that hinder technological innovations in 2018 and beyond. For any questions or feedback on how we can improve our services, please feel free to contact us at sales@vodien.com or +65 6288-6264.  

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BILL POH

Senior Tech Writer for Vodien Internet Solutions

Bill Poh is the Senior Tech Writer at Vodien and he covers web hosting, online marketing, social media, business and the latest tech innovations. When not writing, he’s busy pursuing his passion for photography, graphic design, and creative arts.

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Keep your WordPress Website Safe with Two-Factor Authentication

Keep your WordPress Website Safe with Two-Factor Authentication

Do you have a WordPress website? If you do, then you understand that it’s not just an ordinary website. It is your own unique space on the Internet. As such, you want to ensure that it’s safe from unauthorized third-party access. In fact, we wrote an article in the past about steps you can follow to secure your WordPress website so you don’t fall victim to various cybercrimes which continue to persist to this day.

One of the steps we mentioned is implementing Two-Factor Authentication to add an extra layer of security. Aside from having a hard-to-crack password (your first line of security), we recommend you enable 2FA (or Two-Factor Authentication).

This is to lessen the chances of any security breaches to your online account. While we primarily focus on websites in this article, you can actually use 2FA on all your online accounts like Facebook, Twitter, PayPal, Gmail, bank accounts, and many more.

 

What is Two-Factor Authentication?

Two-Factor Authentication is a security process that requires a two-step verification before a user can log into their account. The reason why it’s two-step process is that:

1.) you need to provide something that you know (e.g username and password)

2.) you need to possess something with you (e.g. smartphone or fob key)

If you enabled 2FA for your website account, then you need to do a second step verification by entering a time-sensitive security token generated from your mobile device associated with your website account.

The good thing about 2FA is that you’re not only limited to generating these security tokens from a mobile device. Two-factor authentication can be done in different ways. There are instances when you need to enter a PIN (Personal Identification Number) in addition to a username and password. Others may require you to complete a distinct visual pattern before granting access to your account.  

Some high-end companies like banks offer their clients with a key fob as an added security when logging in to their online account. A key fob is a small hardware device that displays random series of numbers that you need to enter into a blank field to authenticate your identity. As the name suggests, you can easily attach your key fob to a keychain. The series of numbers periodically change every 30-60 seconds. As for WordPress, here are some options you can choose when setting up two-factor authentication.

 

WordPress Two-Factor Authentication Plugins

You can install a plugin to enable 2FA on your WordPress website. Just search for a 2FA plugin here:

As you will see, there’s a lot of 2FA plugins to choose from. The popular ones are those found on top with the best star ratings and the most number of positive reviews.  

If this is your first time downloading any plugin, please take a few minutes to read this article: WordPress Plugins Guide for New Users. Here you’ll find helpful tips for downloading and installing plugins. These are just a few of the two-factor authentication plugins we recommend you use for your site:

Once you have successfully downloaded and installed your plugin, just follow the steps indicated specifically to that plugin to enable 2FA for your WordPress website.

 

Google Authenticator Mobile App

One of the methods to set up 2FA for your website is a mobile app, Google Authenticator. Many people may have already installed this on their smartphones to enable 2FA for their other accounts like Google and Outlook. If you already have this on any of your mobile devices, we suggest using this also for your WordPress website for the obvious convenience.

Here are the steps to set up with Google Authenticator app via WordPress.com:

  1. If you haven’t already, download and install Google Authenticator app from your mobile phone’s app store.
  2. Open a web browser, sign in to WordPress.com with your username and password.
  3. On the upper right side of your WordPress account, click on your Gravatar profile.
  4. On the left-hand side, click on “Security”.
  5. Go to “Two-Step Authentication” on the upper right side. Click the “Get Started” button.
  6. You will be prompted to enter your country code and mobile phone number (without any spaces or dashes).
  7. You have two options here. The first option is “Verify via SMS”. Choose “Verify via App”.
  8. From your mobile phone, open your Google Authenticator app. Click on the button option to “Scan a barcode”.
  9. Scan the QR barcode.
  10. Go back to the “Verify Code” step on your WordPress.com account, enter the six-digit number generated from the Google Authenticator app on the blank field, then click “Enable”.
  11. The last step is to generate backup codes. Please don’t skip this. Backup codes are important if in case your phone is lost or stolen. You can copy or print these one-time backup codes and save them to a safe place.
  12. Tick the “I have printed or saved these codes” button and finally, click “All Finished”.

Your WordPress website is now set up for two-factor authentication. You can try to check if your backup codes are working by typing in the backup code on the blank field here: https://wordpress.com/me/security/two-step.

SMS Codes

To set up SMS Codes via WordPress.com:

  1. Do steps number 2-6 above.
  2. Choose “Verify via SMS”.
  3. Within a few seconds, you should receive a text message with a random 7-digit number.
  4. Enter this number into a blank field provided.
  5. Click “Enable”.
  6. Don’t forget to print, save and double check your backup codes.  

 

Chrome Browser

If you prefer to access Google Authenticator from your computer desktop on a Chrome browser, you can do by installing any  one of these Chrome extensions:

Click on the “Add to Chrome” blue button on the upper right-hand corner. Make sure to follow the steps for that specific extension when implementing 2FA for your website.

 

Second Line of Defense

With the growing numbers of websites affected by security breaches each year, we find it extremely important for all website owners to be proactive when it comes to maintaining the security of their sites.

Adding two-factor authentication does not guarantee that you won’t be hacked at all, it just makes it a little more difficult for hackers to gain access to your WordPress website. Now that we’ve shared the different ways you can implement 2FA for your website, which one would you use? We’d definitely love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

 

About Vodien

We are Singapore’s leading ICANN-accredited managed hosting provider established since 2002. We offer enterprise-grade hosting solutions for all types of needs from a personal blog to an e-commerce website.

Each hosting plan features fast server speeds, optimized security, and reliable performance. To know more about how to create your own web presence, click on the link below to get in touch with our SuperSupport Specialist.

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BILL POH

Senior Tech Writer for Vodien Internet Solutions

Bill Poh is the Senior Tech Writer at Vodien and he covers web hosting, online marketing, social media, business and the latest tech innovations. When not writing, he’s busy pursuing his passion for photography, graphic design, and creative arts.

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6 Myths about Domain Name Debunked

6 Myths about Domain Name Debunked

6 Myths about Domain Name Debunked

For people to find your business online, you need to have a domain name registered on your website.  A domain name, like the one you’re on right now – vodien.com, serves as Vodien’s unique web address on the Internet. It is typically the first thing that people see when they search for more information about Vodien on search engines.

As it clearly identifies what a website is about, it would be fitting to learn more about them. To ensure that you don’t confuse yourself with the misconceptions surrounding domain names, here’s a rundown of the most common myths that you need to be aware of.

Related Post: Tips for Choosing the Best Domain Name

 

6 Domain Name Registration Myths

 

  1. You only register a domain if you have a website.

There are different reasons for using a domain name. Some may register a domain name to create a professional email address. Other use it to point to a different online platform like a social media page. Others might not have the budget nor the time to build a website yet, so they choose to register a domain name today so others won’t take them.

With that being said, registering a domain name is not only limited to when you want to create a website. You can also use it to locate and identify your business on an online platform through a 301 redirection. Doing so will redirect visitors to your preferred online platform where people can actively engage with your business.

 

  1. After registering a  domain name, you own that domain name.

Here’s the truth. Whenever you register a domain, what you’re actually paying for is the right to use the domain name for a specific time period (generally from 1 to 10 years). It has a similar structure to your cable TV or ISP subscription. You need to pay the renewal fee on or before the expiration date to continue using your domain name.

Paying the registration fee does not give you the right to keep the domain name permanently. However,  the domain name is yours for as long as you renew the service and you don’t violate any trademark, or until such time you decide that you don’t want to use it.

 

  1. Having a .com domain extension is the only way to make a website stand out on the web.

There are different types of domain extensions with new extensions each year.  The .com extension is the most popular of them all and regarded by users with trust and authority. While not as popular or memorable, there are other domain name extensions that can make your domain look professional and trustworthy. 

There are other generic domain extensions such as .net, .biz, .info and .edu.  Or, you want to something that’s country-specific for an SEO boost, then choose a country code top-level domain like .sg, .us, uk. If your .com domain choice is not available, then don’t stop there. Try searching for other domain extensions that are available.

 

  1. I can make a lot of money buying and reselling domains.

There are quite a few domainers who actually made a business out of buying and reselling domain names. In fact, in 2010, Facebook bought the rights to the fb.com domain from American Farm Bureau Federation at a whopping $8.5 million. If you try to type fb.com on your browser, it will automatically redirect you to www.facebook.com.

The downside to this domain business is this misconception that any domain name you sell can make you rich. While some people were paid a huge amount of money for certain domains, the rest on sale never had an interested buyer.

Unless the domain name is extraordinary enough like fb.com, then you can’t sell on the domain market. Sometimes, domainers demand such a steep price on these domain names that end up looking unreasonable and less attractive to potential buyers. As with any industry, the key to succeeding in the domain name business is doing a thorough research about the industry and its customers.

Related Post: Get an SG Domain Name to Boost Your Local Web Presence

 

  1. You get a website when you register a domain name.

No, a website is not included with your domain name purchase. It would require you to buy a separate web hosting plan from a hosting provider to manage and store all your website files on their servers. The good thing though is that most domain registrars also offer web hosting service as an add-on when you register a domain name. But, you don’t need to buy your web hosting plan with your domain name from the same registrar. You can still use your domain name on any web hosting account hosted by a different provider.

The same goes for when you purchase a web hosting plan. Web hosting providers may also offer domain registration for free when you subscribe to their web hosting plan. In any case, it’s important to take stock of your hosting options before you register your domain name.

 

  1. It’s easy to change your domain name.

If you suddenly realize that you don’t like the domain name you registered and would like to change it, be warned that it’s not easy to do so. Once it has been registered, the domain name is permanent and you can’t change or modify it.

However, if you still want to change it to a different domain name, there are workarounds you can do. You can register a new domain name or install a 301 redirection and point to your new domain name. The major issue with changing domain names is that once your site with the old domain name has gained good search rankings, it might take some time for your site to attain the same results.

 

Build an Online Presence with a Domain Name

In summary, a domain name is your very own slice of the Internet space. It is your online address where people can find and engage with your brand online. It doesn’t matter whether you have a website or not when you register a domain name. You can even use it to your email address or redirect it to another online location.

Whatever your reasons for registering a domain, what’s important is that you are fully aware of what it is and what it is not before having one. Now that these myths are out of the way, go ahead and register your favorite domain name to secure your online presence today.

If you want to get a domain name but you don’t know where to start, we invite to take a look at your domain options here at Vodien. You can start by checking if it’s available with our Domain Name Checker tool. Additionally, when you purchase a domain with us for up to 10 years, you get a special discounted price. Just click on the link below to get in touch with our domain name specialist today.

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BILL POH

Senior Tech Writer for Vodien Internet Solutions

Bill Poh is the Senior Tech Writer at Vodien and he covers web hosting, online marketing, social media, business and the latest tech innovations. When not writing, he’s busy pursuing his passion for photography, graphic design, and creative arts.

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How the New Test on Facebook News Feed can Impact Small Businesses

For those who rely heavily on Facebook Pages to promote their business may soon find their organic reach to decline further in the future. Just recently, Facebook announced that they are rolling out some changes on its news feed by separating Page posts from personal updates. This test is done to six countries: Sri Lanka, Bolivia, Slovakia, Serbia, Guatemala, and Cambodia.

This move could potentially prompt more brands to increase their ad spending. Non-ad page posts will relocate from the ordinary news feed to the Explore news feed. However, Adam Mosseri, Facebook’s Head of News Feed clarified that this test is not final since they have no plans to roll them out further.

 

New Facebook News Feed: Less Organic Reach

In the old news feed, one can find posts from different sources; combining posts from Pages along with those from friends. Under this test, the Pages’ and friends’ posts will have their own separate news feeds. So, to be able to penetrate the personal feed, one may need to pay to promote there.

Take note that Explore feed on these six countries is a different version from the one most users on the platform currently have. The latter curates popular posts from Pages that a user doesn’t follow, based on content that’s relevant to them.

This move saw a decrease in referral traffic for Pages from these countries with sixty Slovak media outlets experiencing 4x lesser social interactions from their Pages. As to how long this test will last, Mosseri tweeted a reply to Medium journalist, Filip Struhárik, that it will likely take months since people normally take time to adapt to change.

slovak media facebook news feed stats
Facebook Interactions based on 60 Slovak media FB Pages since the Explore news feed test

How Will This Impact Your Brand?

From a business perspective, this means that businesses have to pour more money into Facebook ads.  This may prove to be disastrous for companies that count on Facebook for traffic and leads. More so for small businesses who don’t have a huge budget for advertising.  On the contrary, this won’t have any major effect on users. This will only make their friends’ post more visible from now on.

It’s no secret that Facebook is known to experiment with different things on its platform. This news feed change helped them to improve user experience by connecting people to stories that matter to them. The redesign is part of their overall goal to maintain the integrity of information published on Facebook by reducing the spread of misinformation, sensationalism, and clickbait or any posts that do not adhere to their Community Standards.

The success of these news feed will entirely depend on how people will react to these changes. This could also mean that we will be seeing fewer links from news outlets. This may help curb the growing proliferation of fake news and hoax stories on social media.

While Facebook has proven to be a great source of traffic for some brands, it would be really naive of us to believe that these traffic growth can be sustainable for a long time. Their aim was always to understand their users better and provide an enriching platform for them. Therefore we recommend brands to diversify their marketing strategy.  Make sure to utilize other digital channels that can provide a better chance at reach their target audience.

So, now back to you. What are your thoughts on this new test on Facebook on news feed? Are you currently affected by them? Share them in the comments below.

About Vodien

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VAL SOH

Content Writer at Vodien Internet Solutions

 

Val Soh is the lead writer at Vodien and is responsible for all the content that comes from Vodien. She loves the world of technology and marketing and enjoys catching up with the latest happenings in the field, sharing them in unique and entertaining pieces for her readers to enjoy.

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Making Money Online with Affiliate Marketing

 

Making Money Online with Affiliate MarketingDo you want to make money online with your website even without selling your own product? Yes, it’s possible. Instead, you can promote other brand’s products or services in exchange for a commission when someone buys through your site. How do you do that? Short answer, through affiliate marketing.

If you already maintained a blog or website for some time now, you might want to look at creating a passive income out of it with affiliate marketing. In today’s article, we’ll show you how you can leverage on affiliate marketing and make a profitable business, whether as a hobby or even something you can do full time.  

 

What is Affiliate Marketing?

Affiliate marketing is a marketing process where companies sell their products or services through individuals or companies (known as the ‘affiliates’) and reward them with a commission for every customer referred or products sold.

What is Affiliate Marketing?There are 4 parties that play an integral role in affiliate marketing. These are:

  • Advertiser – These are companies who sell their products and promotes through a publisher. The advertisers pay publishers a commission or certain percentage from the sale of the product.  
  • Publisher – an individual or company who agreed to promote the advertiser’s products or services in return for a commission. Publishers agree to promote them through different methods–in a form of banner, text link, widgets on their blog or website.
  • Consumer – one who sees the publisher’s ad and acts on it by clicking on the link that leads to the advertiser’s site and completes certain actions.
  • Affiliate Network – works as middlemen or intermediaries between the advertiser and publisher, providing them with tools and the platform to handle payment, deliver products, monitor reports, and others. Publishers have the option to promote their products directly to publisher or an affiliate network.

 

How does it Work?

It all starts with a cookie. We’re not talking about the sweet, baked goods we eat as desserts. It’s a small packet of data sent from a website and stored on a user’s computer. It is designed to remember something about you for future reference.

It works with web browsers by storing your data such as logins, preferences, registration information and others. Have you ever tried entering your name and contact information, only to have them automatically populate without any effort from you? Or have you tried browsing for smartphone accessories, then noticing similar ads on other websites? These are one of the functions of a cookie.

In affiliate marketing, one of the tasks of cookies is to remember the ad or link website visitors clicked on. It has the capability to remember the type of content you’re frequently browsing with. Affiliate marketing uses the first-type cookie for such purpose.

When a visitors go to the publisher’s website and clicks on any of the affiliate ads, the visitor’s web browser obtains the tracking cookie that traces back to the advertiser, publisher and affiliate network.

 

Pros and Cons of Affiliate Marketing

 

Pros

  • No need to create a product from scratch or perform a service.
  • You don’t have to take stocks or ship the products. The advertiser does it for you.
  • An inexpensive way to get started. It’s free to join for most affiliate network and any costs associated with it are mostly coming from your publishing efforts.
  • As long as you have a decent Internet access, you can manage your affiliate marketing business anywhere at anytime.
  • Depending on your efforts and strategies, it can be a great source of passive income.
  • Ideal for those with huge-traffic websites or social networks.

 

Cons

  • You will need to attract a huge amount of traffic before you can earn any good income from it.
  • As an advertiser, working with bad affiliates can be a waste of time and money and may damage your reputation. Choose to work with high-quality publishers only.
  • As an affiliate, you don’t have any control on the product, creative designs, and the commission rate.
  • Affiliate link hijacking may happen. It occurs when the affiliated ID is stripped from the affiliate link which deprives the affiliate of the commission for their referral.
  • There are a few advertisers who don’t actually pay their publishers. It’s crucial to screen them before applying to be their affiliate.
  • It is highly competitive. There’s bound to be thousands of other publishers who are also promoting the same affiliate products or services.

 

How to Choose an Affiliate Program

In order not to waste any more time and resources, we suggest that affiliates choose an affiliate network that looks after your success. After all, when you’re successful, then it will translate to better conversion for them, as well.

Most newbie affiliates will most likely commit the same mistake of choosing one that pays the highest commission. While this is understandable, high-paying advertisers don’t necessarily mean it’s the right fit for your website. Below are some tips you can take note before signing up to an affiliate program.

 

  1. Website

From a consumer perspective, check if the merchant’s website has compelling products to offer. Make sure that the checkout process is secure and easy to use. See if there are any leaks that leads to websites that don’t credit their affiliates for their effort.  Here at Vodien we make sure that our service menu is easily accessible and visible to our customers and affiliates. We made sure that all valid commissions are credited based on our affiliates’ performance.

 

  1. Reliability

As an affiliate, make sure to do your research before signing up for any affiliate program. Visit affiliate reviews and forums. It’s not about the quantity but rather the quality of advertisers that offer you a better chance to earn more passive income.

 

  1. Competitiveness

Competitively-priced products are known to correlate with good conversion rate. Keep in mind, that many consumers are tech-savvy. They may use comparison shopping sites as a way to compare the competitiveness of products prices.

 

  1. Serviceable Locations

See if the affiliate program you like is applicable to your location. They might offer the best products, but if you can’t promote it your location, then it might not be right for you.

 

  1. Commision

It’s understandable to want to go for players with a huge payout, but we suggest you don’t get too fixated on this factor alone. Make sure to create a comparative table of all affiliate programs you’d like to join and see how each one compares relative to your income goals.

 

  1. Payment  Method

There are different ways you can receive commissions. You can receive your commission payment through checks, PayPal, or bank transfers. See if any of these methods are available for you.

In Summary

You don’t need to create and sell your own products to earn money online. You can earn just as well, or sometimes more when you choose to promote other people’s products through affiliate programs. Go with someone that only gives the best chance for passive income, one that offers the best products that are relevant and useful to your users.  

If you’re keen on earning unlimited commission for yourself, then we invite you to join our Web Hosting Affiliate Program. All you need to do is to simply refer friends to Vodien. Best of all, you don’t need to run a website or understand HTML to make money with it. Get paid up to 20% recurring commission for as long as your referrals continue to use Vodien for their hosting needs. Click on the link below to get in touch with our Affiliate Manager to get started.

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