Want to get paid to refer people, anywhere from $1-$5 per ten referrals?

United States
July 19, 2009 4:18pm CST
If you want to get paid to refer people and make anywhere from $1-$5(depends on the people you refer's activity) per ten referrals + you joining then check out my profile and look for the link "Get paid to refer" to read more into it. Do you think this is a good idea? Do you think it will catch on? If you don't like the idea, why not? If you do, why do you? Feel free to let us know all about your opinion in this Mylot discussion! The site you would be helping to refer members towards is a site where people can show off their payment proofs with their referral links attached, so I don't think it will be too hard to refer people to the site.
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@underdogtoo (9599)
• Philippines
20 Jul 09
It seems to me that many people that I know have already joined one or two of the sites that I like. Some of them have joined when I asked them to but stopped going back to the site. Not so easy at all.
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• United States
20 Jul 09
Within our website we've already helped some of our members to get referrals for their programs because we get a decent amount of traffic for such a new website. I personally have even got a few extra active referrals as our website brings in really direct traffic. Well worth it to stop by and try it out! Wouldn't hurt to try out the site. It's absolutely free. If it really catches on you can get really great direct exposure and build potentially huge referral counts It should be a lot easier to get referrals for our website because not only do we allow free promotion of your payment proofs(with referral links attached if you want.) but you can promote your blogs/websites for free as well.
• Canada
23 Aug 10
how do i refur peeople plz help!
• United States
26 Aug 10
This is a year old discussion.. this offer for this particular site isn't even valid anymore.
• United States
17 Aug 09
could you plz explain to me just how you get paid using mylot. the faqs were pretty vague.