Viterbo, Italy (PressExposure) May 04, 2009 -- thatsArte.com, the leading online Italian pottery webstore, has announced the official launch of their affiliate program, whereby affiliates and publishers will promote the companyâs products by way of banner advertising, cashback and PPC campaigns on their respective websites and receive commission based on sales.
They will offer their partners a recurring 8% of the sale price of the product(s) purchased. A large selection of banners, buttons, text links and other promotional materials are ready to be uploaded with custom creatives available by request.
The company management commented: âWe are determined to keep on investing in thatsArte.com despite the economic conditions. Itâs exciting and rewarding to see how fast the business reacts to new marketing initiatives and we have no doubts that our Affiliate Program will be no exception. Loyal to our best in class service mission, weâre committed to developing strategic partnerships with our affiliate web sites to help them dramatically increase their earning potential and financial success well into the future. In addition to the basic program just launched we are preparing the release of a bonus by value plan with very achievable benchmark incrementsâ For more information please visit thatsArte.com Affiliate Program page (http://www.thatsarte.com/0/affiliate-program)
About thatsArte.com Founded at the end of 2007 and headquartered in Italy, thatsArte.com is a privately owned and operated company offering high end Italian pottery through its state-of-the-art website, entirely in English.
Rightly renowned in the US for its quality and the services offered, thatsArte.com features Italian dinnerware, tableware, decoration accents and prized collectable pieces, handmade by talented craftsmen and artists from Umbria (Deruta and Gubbio), Tuscany and Sicily.
Large pictures and thorough descriptions provide an easy and exciting shopping and learning experience. A Free Personalization and a Special Order service allow the US Customer to commission the craftsmen for personalized or tailor made ceramics, just like Italians have been doing since the Renaissance.