Looking for a VPS provider which provides affiliates but some requirements
Hi, I am looking for a well established Linux VPS provider who provides VPS service with affiliation. Kindly please let me know your given commission %.
Why I need a VPS affiliate?
I have a script that I sell on a market place requires VPS. I have a good amount of customers and growing. Who using random VPS from the provider and facing troubles to setup my script. This is an email script so generally, I need the VPS to allows port 25 outbound to be open and active, easy rDNS configuration, and an easy way to IP address changeable option. Obviously, will pay for it. This script scans and validates email and does not spam inbox.
Let me know your offers with affiliate and package price of 2GB/3GB ram and 10GB space, Yearly.
Whats the script?
buy any well-dedicated server install virtualizor create VPS then sell own your price.
We provide 5% commission with increase based on volume of order.
How you handle the abuse?
The return code determines the existence of an inbox without delivering a message.
I used to do this in 2003 or so, on a dial-up modem.
I thought assembly could have been more classic in doing that.
corrected that quote order for you.
Why do you need to change IP if it is clean?
seems kinda sus to me
Maybe he thinks the provider would just change the IP easily in case it gets blacklisted?
i was thinking the same tbh
Thanks. Your statement is correct. Right now I am improving the script to not to get blacklisted but incase if we face any issue then provider can helps on that. IP replacement fee will be paid. Its 0.09% of chances provider can be blacklisted at present.
It would have been better to state this in your original post without us asking it specifically. Where do you mention that your script could possibly blacklist ips so providers you're asking for offers knows the risks?
Well then goodluck! No provider will risk their IPs to being blacklisted. And they will not just replace the IP for you. It will be either you get kicked out of their network and find a new provider.
Maybe just use a relay like mailbaby or mailchannels.