July 25, 2011 10:26am CST
Can someone please tell me how one goes about getting referrals to their sites like inbox dollars or send earning, without having to buy them. I have been a member of both for two years and have made money with them, every where that I have read says that the money is in referrals. So if anyone can please help me it would be greatly appreciated. I would like to be able to make extra money I am a stay at home mom of 4 kids the youngest being 3.
25 Jul 11
The people who make the most money in these things are those who have access to people who then go on to be their referrals. I have a blog with thousands of readers, and if I were to post a link a couple of payment proofs I could reasonably expect to receive 100+ active referrals from posting that link. This often earns me up to $5 extra per day, per website, so it is a useful thing to do to maybe start up a blog and then slowly build up your audience so that you know you will always have people. A word of warning though: ensure that the websites are legitimate before you start to recommend them to people. If you get them to sign up to a scam website, they will stop trusting you and will then no longer want to sign up to anything that you have recommended to them.
25 Jul 11
If you want to get some referrals then better to start a blog with enough details of what you got and then convince the other users to make enough and then ask him to make a register in the site you got. The more you got the ability to convince the user the more you can earn from the scenes. Try it and then you will be able to make enough referrals without any burden I think.
• United States
25 Jul 11
Many great ideas have been listed here. I think being on social networks help as well as actively promoting all over the web and most importantly keeping track of what's working and what's not. Also, do not rule anything out, right now there are people all over looking for an additional or regular income. Payment proofs help as well as your being as knowledgeable as you can be about all of the programs that you promote.