Bouquet.com Launches Affiliate Program

Bouquet.comAs you are probably aware due to my previous articles about the Bouquet.com auction and subsequent website launch, Bill McClure is kicking it into high gear with Bouquet.com. One way he is able to grow this business is to have an affiliate program, and I want to let you know about the new Bouquet.com affiliate program for those of you who own floral domain names that get traffic.

Here’s what Bill told me about the program:

“As I mentioned the other day, we have had several domainers who have pointed their flower domains and are getting traffic and search. We build out the logo’s and add some unique content, time. What has worked is good old domains, with and without traffic. We are excited about growing this segment of the business.

By offering the domainers a chance to either make some money or let me test drive at $10.00 per order, then I will offer to buy them down the road, if it makes sense. We can both win, and reduce my acquisition mistakes.”

The company is not interested in recently registered domain names or domain names that really have little value. For example, I think we can all agree that a name like iFloral-shop.biz isn’t worth much, and it certainly isn’t worth the efforts of the Bouquet.com team to build it out.

For those of you who do have nice flower related domain names, especially those with traffic, this could be a good opportunity. There is the potential to earn more revenue now, build a brand on your domain name, and possibly see a buy out opportunity down the road.

I don’t have all the details about the affiliate program, and I am not associated with it (or profiting from it) in any way. For more information, visit the affiliate page on Bouquet.com or reach out to Bill.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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2 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for the heads up, Elliot. I’m just starting back to work and development this month, so the timing is good. My domains have been languishing on the sidelines.

    Maybe I can try one or more of these:
    BloomingTulips.com
    Cyclamens.com
    Dianthuses.com
    eSweetPeas.com
    FloristBouquet.com
    Reblossom.com
    FloristsCoupons.com

  2. if Bouquet give hard conditions for web owners whom want join their Aff program ..so why we should follow Bouquet …as Amazon and a lot of Aff giants ready to give their hands without any conditions…

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