The ShopWiki partner program evaluated E-commerce provider ShopWiki, a leading international provider for the universal product search in online shops, starts the ShopWiki affiliate program”in Germany. The certificate will be E-commerce providers awarded after an evaluation process reliability, trust, in which and thoroughly checked quality of the shop. The participation in the ShopWiki partner program”is free of charge. E-commerce operators and merchants can compete here online certified shop/about/articles for inclusion in the partner program. Julia Schonegger, country Manager Germany, via the ShopWiki partner program: ShopWiki is a collection point for the best deals from reliable shops on the net. The free ShopWiki partner certificate serves both shop providers as well as customers: providers can stand out as a certified and thus high-quality, safe shop. Customers can relax, because sure, buy online.” The ShopWiki partner program offers many of the shop provider Advantages. Any certified shop will be presented within the framework of a so-called partner certificate on ShopWiki.de.
For the merchant, neither costs nor time resulting because the contents are automatically generated by ShopWiki. Criteria for a ShopWiki certified shop to participate the ShopWiki affiliate program and get a certificate to an online store at least two of the following six points meet to: annual turnover within the top one percent ShopWiki online shops. Prices inside the ShopWiki fairness price range. Proven higher customer approval on ShopWiki and other leading retail review sites. Quality customer service. Direct, positive feedback at ShopWiki.
Joining EHI, TuV, trusted shops certified online shop, chip online and Xonio online, Comodo (UserTrust), userfriendly shops by Shoplupe or GeoTrust. ShopWiki collected over 300,000 online shops with over 300 million products. To facilitate your search for the right product, ShopWiki with Beratungsguides helps in the buying decision. In addition to the unique product index consumers find valuable background information on individual products and categories. These go beyond the usual product descriptions and help to make the right decision. ShopWiki ShopWiki is the world’s largest service for comfortable and time – and money-saving shopping on the Internet with currently over 300 million products and over 300,000 collected online stores. An algorithm developed by ShopWiki crawls and indexes the Internet regularly and catalogued the found shops and products. The ShopWiki aims, each online product available for indexing. ShopWiki has been founded in 2005 by Kevin P. Ryan, the former CEO of DoubleClick, and Dwight Merriman, former DoubleClick CTO and Eliot Horowitz in New York. In addition to ShopWiki.com serves ShopWiki in Europe the markets of Great Britain, France, Germany and the Netherlands in country-specific versions.