The Disc Makers Partner Program has put millions of dollars in the pockets of thousands of studio owners and engineers like you. As an active video or recording studio, you can easily earn hundreds, if not thousands of dollars a year by referring your customers to Disc Makers for their CD and DVD manufacturing needs. Plus, when your clients become our clients, you reap additional rewards, including special offers for your studio. You won’t find a better value for your customers’ CD or DVD manufacturing needs than Disc Makers, while you enjoy the following rewards:
How to get your referral credits!
Recommend Disc Makers when your customers are ready for CD or DVD replication. Pass along our catalog, your Disc Makers sell sheet, and product specialist’s business card, and get ready to cash your commission check.
When one of your clients finishes a project in your studio and you’ve referred them to Disc Makers, you need to provide us with the referral information. All orders must meet our terms & conditions.
There are three ways to send us the referral information:
A Partner may use one of the following methods to register a client referral and must provide Disc Makers with accurate client referral contact and project information:
We will set your client up in our database when their project comes to us, you automatically get the referral as soon as the project is completed and paid for. About a week later, you'll receive a custom plaque and your commission check.
Hang your custom plaques. For every new order of 300+ discs completed with us, you will receive a plaque commemorating the job. Hanging these plaques in your studio provides a constant reminder of your status as a Disc Makers Studio Partner, and makes future referrals (and commissions) that much easier to make.
“Why do I refer my clients to Disc Makers for CD manufacturing? Because I know they’ll get the royal treatment. And not only do I look like a hero to my clients for hooking them up, but Disc Makers sends me a great-looking plaque for each project I refer. It’s a grand slam.” — Blake Barymor, Big Sky Studios