Refer-a-Friend Program

It, without question, pays to have friends. This fact easily comes to life when we consider companies today are willing to pay us for every family member or friend in our network we refer to them. In a nutshell, this is exactly what a referral program is. There’s no rocket science about it. Companies simply want to provide you with an incentive in the form of cash or some other rewards provided by their service to spread the word about the products they offer. Over the last decade or so, they’ve found that recruiting regular people like you and me to help market their services effectively supports their bottom line by saving them millions each year on having to run additional adds on tv, on the radio or in the pages of print media like newspapers and magazines.

As we point out in many other places here on out site, is dedicated to you and you alone. We love to help you win because when you win we win. For this reason, would take this time to remind you that not all referral programs are created equally. Some are good. Some aren’t. You have to look no further than your bottom line or that of others to see which ones are such.

Currently, features just one referral program we would like to have you focus on. This is the RUSHCARD $30 for $30 referral program. This is not by accident, but by design. (see Claim Your $30 for details.) Our bias and love for this particular referral program is rooted in the fact that it’s both fast & easy and that at the end of the day you walk away with almost double in your pocket than that offered by the competition.

With that said, what we want to do here & now is help you maximize this great reward offer by providing you with two absolutely essential starting points for creative ideas on how you might spread your own referral code around.

Family & Friends, Church Groups, Etc.

There is no better place to start to take advantage of this great offer before it expires than your inner circle of family and friends. Be it at home under your roof, in your neighborhood, family across town, or distant relatives across the country, always think family first. We would even encourage you to consider co-workers, church group, etc. among those list of friends. What it boils down to is this: how many people do you know over the age of 18 who could use an extra $30 or even $600 of no-strings attached cash in their pockets? Directing this question directly to family & friends is bound to get you off to a good start.


Social Media

The facts are in! There’s no faster or more effective way to get the word out today about how you feel than social media. Platforms like Facebook and Twitter are by far two of the most prolific means of sharing ideas and receiving new ones online today from both people you know and people you don’t. In an instant strangers can become friends in a big world made smaller by the click of a button. These two platforms are just waiting for you to explore what they can do for you. The same way most people close to you may not know about this amazing offer, just think of how many times that number could be multiplied when you engage the whole continental U.S. The possibilities are enormous. To make the process of reaching more people even easier, platforms like Facebook offer features that allow you to boost your posts the same way companies run ads to promote new products or services. Head on over there to check it out.

The bottom line is: referral programs are as lucrative for you as you are in getting the word out to people who might find benefit from what you are sharing. $30 to $600 in easy no hassle free money is something everyone could get with, if only you informed them.

Leave a comment below. Let the BiggerPennies community know what creative ways you’ve come up with to capitalize on this and other referral programs. We look forward to hearing from you.

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