Blog September 19, 2018

The Top 10 Excuses For Not Joining Connectria’s Referral Partner Program

Here are the top 10 excuses that we have heard for not joining Connectria’s Referral Partner program. Find out why these lame excuses shouldn’t hold you back from joining the most lucrative Referral Partner Program in the Managed Hosting industry.

Excuse #1: It’s not worth my time to sign up for a skimpy one-time bonus check.

Get your check endorsing hand ready. Connectria will issue quarterly Referral Partner Bonus payments throughout the contract for up to 3 years! That is 12 bonus checks for sending a customer our way! Get 10% off of every contract you refer to Connectria.

Excuse #2: I don’t know anything about hosting. I can’t tell my memory from my virtual core.

Good news! When you sign up for Connectria’s Referral Partner program, an experienced Pre-Sales Engineer will work with you to provide a solution that meets the needs of your referral. You can participate in initial discussions or simply pass over the info and we’ll take it from there.

Excuse #3: I’ve never heard of Connectria, what if their heads are in the clouds?

Connectria was recently named the top U.S. Cloud Hosting provider by CloudSleuth. We’ve been around since 1996 and hosts the industry’s broadest range of supported technologies.  Our heads are right here, at the forefront of the industry.

Excuse #4: But all my customers are based outside the United States.

That’s no excuse! We do business globally. We have Referral Partners based outside the United States and a large percentage of our hosting customers are based outside the United States.

Excuse #5: I don’t want to commit myself to unrealistic performance goals.

Connectria’s Referral Partner Program doesn’t have any volume commitments or minimum contract sizes. You must have us confused with another Partner Program in the Managed Hosting industry. There is no obligation on your end, just sign up and send us referral leads as you have them.

Excuse #6: But I don’t have a website for my business.

That’s fine with us. You don’t need a website for your business in order to join Connectria’s Referral Partner Program. You only need to be in a position to recommend our services to people who need a hosting solution.

Excuse #7: Your point system for referrals is too confusing.

Point system?  Once again, you must have us confused with another Managed Hosting Partner Program.  We don’t have complex system for calculating commission. If you send us a prospect who becomes our customer, we will pay you a Referral Bonus. There is no deal too small to qualify. Even our cloud storage service will generate a flat one-time Referral Bonus payment.

Excuse #8: I’m not ready to hand my customer over to you. This is like setting my sister up on a blind date. Can I tag along to make sure you treat her right?

We can work with your referral lead as a team. You are welcome to join in the initial discussions so that we can work together to establish the best solution and then we can handle things once you feel comfortable.

Excuse #9: But I kind of like working with Jerks.

Who are you kidding? Nobody likes working with Jerks. We know your reputation is on the line when it comes to recommending a hosting solution to your friends, colleagues, or customers. That’s why Connectria’s No Jerks Allowed policy extends to our partners as well as any prospects you send our way.

Excuse #10: My dog ate the Referral Partner Agreement.

This is an easy one! Just contact an account manager to sign up today.

We are out of excuses and we hope you are too. Sign up and start earning cash for that dream car you’ve always wanted… Or boat. Take your pick.

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