SARASOTA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Revcontent is excited to announce the launch of the first publisher referral program for content recommendation. Revcontent partners will have the opportunity to generate new income for themselves and add additional high-quality publishers to the Revcontent network.
The content recommendation community is a tight-knit group where relationships are powerful. Revcontent is excited to reward partners for bringing industry contacts and friends into the Revcontent family. Already, partners are utilizing this referral program to generate a large amount of additional monthly income with the high-quality publishers they’ve referred in the beta stages of this program.
Richard Iwanik-Marques, Chief Marketing Officer at Revcontent, said, “Revcontent’s partners are the lifeblood of our mission and working together to create a meaningful impact in how people discover new content online is what motivates us every day. As an industry-first, we’re excited to give our partners the opportunity to generate new income for themselves and add additional inventory to our rapidly growing network of sites.”
With the Revcontent Publisher Referral Program, refer other site owners into the Revcontent platform and instantly get 5% of their net profit. Additionally, any sites referred will receive a 5% greater revshare than the standard split. With Revcontent’s acquisition of Rover, the Revcontent Innovation team is continuing their goal of releasing new technologies every two weeks, and the Publisher Referral Program is the latest step in giving control back to partners.
Revcontent is the world’s fastest growing content recommendation network, powering 250 billion content recommendations per month. Revcontent partners with the largest media brands in the world such as Forbes, Newsweek, The Atlantic, International Business Times, and more. Founded by John Lemp, Revcontent’s headquarters lies in Sarasota, Florida with global offices including London, San Diego, San Francisco, New York, and more coming soon. Revcontent reaches 97% of US households, according to Quantcast and has been featured in Forbes, The Huffington Post, AdExchanger, and more.