Where to Find Large Amounts Of People to Refer

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Hey everyone!

I recently started working with a referral site that pays $20 cash for every referral that signs up and completes one of their offers. I spoke with the owner and he said it would be fine if I were to pay referrals $5 of my $20 AFTER they sign up for the site. I tried finding people on Fiverr via gig requests, but all but 3 of my requests were declined. I have about 12 people so far.

Fiverr has many people internationally- which poses a challenge since the referrals can only be from the UK, The US, and Canada. I've gotten 38 offers on my gig requests, but only 12 have actually met the location qualifications.

I make $15 PROFIT on every completed referral ($20 from the site - $5 paid after the person registers/completes offer). Any ideas where I can find a LARGE number of people?

I see a lot of potential, I'm just not sure where to FIND the people.

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    Maybe try on Craigslist?

    Subjects: "I'll pay you $5 CASH for 5 minutes of your time"

    Just a thought.

    Alternatively, you could create your own unique landing page and promote it right here on the warriorforum in your signature.

    (NOTE: It literally has to be your own unique landing page, because WarriorForum disallows any affiliate links in signatures, but if it's your own unique page that's within the boundaries of WF TOS I do believe).



    Good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    You may want to check back with the owner and see if he's still alright with you promising payment for filling out his survey, and your only criteria is location.

    You may be paying people after they fill out the survey, but the only reason they're filling it out is because you promise to pay them. I rather doubt that's what the owner had in mind.

    Why would he pay you $20 when he could run his own Fiverr gig for useless survey answers, and get the same worthless results for $5?
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    • Profile picture of the author YoungFishingTrep
      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      You may want to check back with the owner and see if he's still alright with you promising payment for filling out his survey, and your only criteria is location.

      You may be paying people after they fill out the survey, but the only reason they're filling it out is because you promise to pay them. I rather doubt that's what the owner had in mind.

      Why would he pay you $20 when he could run his own Fiverr gig for useless survey answers, and get the same worthless results for $5?
      He said "As a standard policy of ours, we only accept registration from residents of the United States (50 states only), Canada & the United Kingdom."
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    • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
      John's right.

      I was assuming that the vendor agreed that you are incentivizing leads.

      If he agrees and is so confident in his funnel that he will allow incentivized leads, then rock on.

      If not, make sure you're allowed to do that.



      Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

      You may want to check back with the owner and see if he's still alright with you promising payment for filling out his survey, and your only criteria is location.

      You may be paying people after they fill out the survey, but the only reason they're filling it out is because you promise to pay them. I rather doubt that's what the owner had in mind.

      Why would he pay you $20 when he could run his own Fiverr gig for useless survey answers, and get the same worthless results for $5?
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        I ran out of "thanks" for the day, apparently, but of course John's right, above.

        (Also, if you do try anything like that, be very careful about using PayPal for it, if that was part of your plan, because they're a law unto themselves over their interpretations of "payments on multiple levels", and it can be frighteningly easy to lose your account over something you thought trivial and inconsequential! )

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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    Why would he pay you $20 when he could run his own Fiverr gig for useless survey answers, and get the same worthless results for $5?
    Is there a cost to
    completes one of their offers.
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  • Profile picture of the author YoungFishingTrep
    Any other suggestions?
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    • Profile picture of the author Rainee
      Originally Posted by YoungFishingTrep View Post

      Any other suggestions?
      Paying $5 bucks to a Fiverr is not really enticing...

      Give them the entire $20 bucks AND a bonus (that would really help them) for completing a second offer.

      A lot of work? Maybe. But you're getting a customer, establishing a relationship and getting some powerful marketing data - basically - for free.

      R
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  • Profile picture of the author webmarke
    You can create a squeeze page and promote it using your warrior forum signature and you can also buy solo ads.

    First you need to either create a webpage or pdf telling your prospects how they can make a quick $5 for free and at the same time get paid $20 for each new person they show how to make an easy $5.

    That gives your prospects to incentives.

    1# - They get a quick $5
    #2 - They qualify to make $20 over and over again by doing exactly what you are attempting to do.
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