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Auction Service ProviderTM Program

What is the Auction Service Provider Program?

AuctionPage is the Internet's leading Auction Service ProviderTM, managing a quarter of all the Internet's classified and auction sites. Auctions are placed and read on the host site (your site); the reader never knows that AuctionPage is doing all the behind-the-scenes work. Webmasters can sign up for our Auction Service Provider (ASPTM) program for free, and choose their own categories for auctions.

Who can sign up?

Anyone who maintains a Web site can take advantage of the ASPTM program. Auctions are especially useful to specialty sites, large volume sites that want to keep readers returning, sites that want to attract new readers, and corporations.

What are the benefits?

  1. AuctionPage will manage the auctions, for no charge. If you already maintain a classified/auction page on your site you know how much time it takes to check email, add new requests, delete old ads, and upload the new html pages.
  2. Ads will have increased readership: they will be accessible to hundreds of thousands of AuctionPage readers.
  3. AuctionPage will share 10%-20% of the revenue of any commercial advertising originating from the ASPTM site.
  4. Increased traffic to your website. Readers will have a reason to come back to your website.

What does it cost?

The Auction Service Provider (ASPTM) program is free (Basic sites).

Are there any restrictions?

Some subjects (categories) are off limits. If it can be talked about on US commercial television, it's fine.

How do I become an ASP site?

  1. Sign up.
  2. choose the level of service you want (Basic or Premium).
  3. Choose a name for your site.
  4. Choose the category(ies) for your site.
  5. Choose options
  6. Create a link from your page to your site.

Sign up using our Affiliate Manager page.


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