Project Payday: Do you like it?
August 13, 2007 11:15pm CST
I was introduced to Project Payday via a fellow myLot user's site and have joined. I've yet to finish reading the member handguide and I'm trying to decide if I like it or not. I was wondering if anyone else was a member and how they are liking it or finding sucess with it so far? Do you go green or buy greens? What did you do when you first started? Any info is much appreciated. P.S. DO NOT POST ANY AFFILIATE OR REFERRAL LINKS HERE PLEASE, I AM ALREADY A MEMBER. P.P.S. If you're not a member and looking to join, let me know and I will send you the link via private message (against the rules to post them here!!!!). Thanks!
• United States
23 Aug 07
I have joined the site, which is free to join. The site itself doesn't make you money except for your affiliate link when other people join. I've had 13 people join from my link so far. The site is pretty much a guide on how to make money with Incentivized Freebie Websites (IFWs). It shows you the ins and outs of making money on these sites. The IFW sites are similar to GPT sites in that you also sign up for offers or trials. How these sites differ though is: you choose a gift/cash, you sign up for offers equaling points or credits (go green) determined by the IFW site then refer a certain number people, also determined by the IFW. For example, lets say you decide you want to work for an Xbox 360. The IFW has determined that they want you to refer 10 people to get that Xbox 360. You then go green yourself then refer the 10 people you need. The 10 people you refer do NOT have to get their referrals in place right away, they only need to go green for you. I hope I haven't confused anyone.
• United States
2 Sep 07
Thanks! That was super accurate and totally explains how it works. I haven't yet tried to go green myself or for anyone else but I'm still on the fense about it. My biggest thing is having to use my debit card or a credit card to complete some of the offers, I don't want to have to spend anything or go through the hassle of cancelling things.