Referral Program

 

Referral ProgramWebTop's website design and software development operations officially began in 2009 and our lead developer, Andrew Lewis, is one of the best known programmers in the travel software industry in Sydney.  Andrew pioneered some of the best known web software platforms for the travel industry at the turn of the century, and now applies his technical prowess in developing software solutions and intelligent website portals for small and medium businesses in any industry.


Our Vision


"Build and deliver the best possible internet software products to small businesses and consumers."

At WebTop, our purpose is to, plain and simply, make the best possible software, and make it work for you and your business.  Innovative technology is at our forefront, and we'd like to make it yours as well.
 

Who can become a Referrer?


Anyone can become a WebTop referrer. This means that any business or individual can refer visitors to our site, and if that visitor purchases a service, will pay to the person who referred the customer a referral fee.

People or businesses in related fields such as Web Designers, Programmers, IT Advisors and Consultants of are in the best position to refer work to us.

However there are other businesses that you may not think of immediately, that also have a related need for software development.  We have had people as diverse as real estate businesses, event and conference organisers, cruising agencies, shopping centres, roofing, financers and building and construction businesses as our past and present clients. 
 

Referral Commission


Referral CommissionWebTop will award its Referrers a commission (percentage of the total sale price) if they successfully refer a client to WebTop and that client subsequently purchases a service on our website.

All products and services that are purchased are subject to commission for the referrer.  The commission award for the referrer is 10% of the total sale price.

For a complete list of our products and services, refer to our website.

 

Some of these include web site hosting, web site design and development and custom web applications.

 

How does it work?


To become a WebTop Referrer you should have your own website from which you can create a link to our site. In this way, visitors to your site can link through to our site. Hopefully the traffic that you refer to our site through this link will result in sales being made (which in turn would then result in a referrer payment to you).

We have a sophisticated ‘back end’ technology that will track through your referrals. You can also access your referrals to our site through your own password protected WebTop extranet.

If you would like to refer someone to us, but do not have a website, then you can still do so.  When you register, you will be given a unique referral code which you can pass onto your customers to enter on WebTop's purchase page.
 

How do I register?


Find out how to become a WebTop Referrer

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