Greatresponder.com on Sep. 07, 2012 : Web hosting company Pagely has launched a partner API for the purpose of integration into its WordPress web hosting systems. This newly launched partner API is very useful and productive for WordPress web hosting customers who use the hosting services of Pagely Company. This was announced by Pagely web hosting company last week on its official blog.
It was further informed that this partner API can perform almost all activities in terms of managing and provisioning of hosting accounts on your system. It is the same API that is used internally to manage all applications pertaining to infrastructure management.
In blog statement of Pagely WordPress web hosting company said, “Pagely offers a recurring revenue model to these API partners so there is a base price for hosting plans but the partner can keep whatever they charge on top of that on a monthly basis. The payment would show up to customers as two transactions in order to separate the theme/plug in from hosting, which is provided by Pagely.”
Meanwhile, it was also explained that this services is very useful for WordPress customers on the market place to provide the most efficient and easy to manage platform for WordPress design business. This API is free to be used as value added service to the customers by the partners of Pagely web hosting company. With the help of this partner API, the partners of the Pagely Company can offer exciting features pertaining to WordPress web hosting like WordPress plug-ins, WordPress themes, and services etc.
This is important to note that there are many big WordPress companies that are operating on the domain of web hosting business like GoDaddy and other such types of big companies. In such competitive and value added services’ market, this API would prove to be one of the salient features of Pagely Company.
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