SAN DIEGO — Red Apple Media today said that it has struck a strategic alliance with software developer Mansion Productions to implement its state-of-the-art CMS and affiliate management software into any existing adult website.
For a limited time, Red Apple Media plans to offer free hosting for MAS and MPA3 clients for three months while its in-house team develops and implements the software.
Red Apple Media is a leading provider of managed web hosting and media delivery services, offering cloud hosting, managed dedicated servers, and e-commerce packages for clients of all levels of business.
“Red Apple Media has shown itself to be technically capable of not only understanding our advanced software but also the way we work with web design and webmaster services, which our competition does not offer,” Mansion Productions CEO Oystein Wright said. "[On] the project management side, their team acts as the communication link between us and the end customer, which is rare and invaluable in this industry. Working with Red Apple Media simply makes doing business easier.”
MPA3 made its mark in 2004 by being the first affiliate-tracking software to introduce cascading billing and now provides key admin tools including pixel-tracking affiliate links, XML- and XSL-friendly design templates, fraud-protection reports, real-time member stats and multiple billing capabilities, including micropayments and geo-IP targeted options.
With MAS, webmasters can manage every site through one interface and share content among multiple sites with new videos, custom galleries, hyper-defined categorizing, code-free updates.
Red Apple Media CEO Steven Daris said the company has worked with Mansion Productions for several years and is a major supporter of its technology, "and every client that executes MPA3 and/or MAS into its network sings their praises – and thanks us for making it happen.”
“It’s a pleasure to work with like-minded technology developers like Oystein and his team, and we thrive on the incredibly exciting projects and high-tech challenges that they send our way," Daris said. "We look forward to even more to come.”