The Edit.com referral scheme

Organisations all around the world have found out how easy Edit.com is the easiest and most cost effective way to create a website.

Our transparent prices, excellent support and easy to use software make us the choice for all sizes of organisations.

As a thank you to our many clients that recommend us to other businesses, we launched the Edit Referral Scheme.

Our referral scheme pays 15% commission on EVERY organisation you recommend to us EVERY YEAR.  This goes directly to reducing the price of your annual Edit.com subscription.

Your site could make you money!

There is no limit to the number of referrals you make so if you refer enough then your site could actually start to make you money!

Examples:

1) You refer a business that then decides to use Edit.com on a £349 subscription. You earn 15% commission which is £52.35 that goes directly to reducing your annual Edit.com subscription.

2) You refer two businesses that decides to use Edit.com on a £349 subscription. You earn 15% commission which is £104.70 that goes directly to reducing your annual Edit.com subscription.

Terms

Maximum £75 referal per year from any one referral.

Commission will go to reducing the annual Edit.com subscription of the referring business.

If the amount of commission exceeds the cost of the Edit.com subscription of the referring business then the balance will be paid as a cheque or bank transfer to the referring business.

The commission will only be paid whilst both the referring business and the referred website uses an Edit Website product.

The commission will be paid once the referred organisation has been using an Edit Websites product for 3 months.

The commission is not valid for optional extras such as domain names, custom designs.

The commission does not include VAT which a referred organisation may have to pay.

The commission is valid for all Edit products; churchedit.co.uk, edit.com, schooledit.co.uk, charityedit.co.uk.

Edit Websites Limited reserves the right to withdraw the referral scheme in the future to new referrals.