Are you collecting your royalty check?
December 13, 2009 8:23pm CST
Hi, I was just wondering if the grocery store, or the movie store, or your automotive specialist was paying you to bring them in new customers for their products or services? Did you know that there are companies out there, in almost every field that pay regular people like you me to advertise for them by word of mouth? Do you think it sounds to good to be true? Have you heard of this before? Have you tried it before and failed? Would you like more information regarding these kinds of companies? Check out Fortune Now's free report on "Are you walking past a fortune?" By Tom "Big Al" Schrieter. @fortunenow.com. Of course I will also answer any questions I am capable of answering, or point you to where you can find the answer for yourself(which is always far more rewarding) Cheers, and have a blessed day!
• United States
18 Dec 09
The only business that we use on a regular basis that offers some sort of an incentive for regular customers is the gym that my children are members of. My oldest daughter has been enrolled for almost four years now and my three-year-old has been a member for about six months now. They are both budding gymnasts. The incentive that they give is if a friend or family member enrolls, the child gets a 10% discount for the next session. Other than that, most of the companies that we use are chains or monopolies and thus don't offer royalties. However, you've given me a great idea and I should start a royalty program for my Tupperware customers for referring a new customer to me.
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