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Bulk Email List - Instant Match.com Invites = Free $25 Amazon Gift Card

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by TrailBlazer, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. TrailBlazer

    TrailBlazer Junior Member

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    Here is a method to earn unlimited amounts of Amazon or other Store Giftcards. Go to this site http://match.promo.eprize.com/cupid/ use an email list, invite your email list to Match.com using their online form. Sit back and wait for conversions to be made. For each person that converts from trial to paid member you get a $25 gift card sent to that email you used to sign up.

    No name, address or other personal info required. Use as many different email addresses to send the invites with. And use any email list you have, can be untargated and scraped. Awhile ago a database leak of Eharmony was released on the internet that contained thousands of email addresses of members. If you do some googling for it you can still find it. I'm personally not using that list but using my own email lists. I have a few conversions so far in just a week.

    This invite promotion method is only available for a few more months. So use it up while it's here.
     
  2. BlackZed

    BlackZed Newbie

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    Seems to be rather fake looking...
     
  3. TrailBlazer

    TrailBlazer Junior Member

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    What seems fake about it? Eprize aka HelloWorld is a reputable company that does these type of promotions for many other companies. Learn more here http://www.helloworld.com/what-we-do/promotions

    Saying "seems to be rather fake looking" without doing any type of research into the matter is useless.
     
  4. HookUPcom2

    HookUPcom2 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Good for them... That's certainly an interesting way to build an email list.
     
  5. Darren9682

    Darren9682 Regular Member

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    Why would anyone do this when you can go to match.com directly. sign up as an affiliate and send that to the same list for more $$$.

    Plus if you have a big enough list to really make any money doing this you can send them more than a crappy 3 day trial to a site.
     
  6. TrailBlazer

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    Well Darren, this is for scraped lists, not optin lists. Lots of people don't have optins or know how to mail, but anyone can scrape or find public emails lists. With this program you don't have to have any skills besides copy and paste.
     
  7. EXIEZ

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    How should I say... I think this site is only for get a huge email list, and then they will resell it, or they will spam/inbox them with their ads, affiliates, and anything else.
     
  8. Darren9682

    Darren9682 Regular Member

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    my point is you can send the same list direct match.com affiliate stuff and you'll get paid more.

    Match.com is copy and paste to you know.
     
  9. TrailBlazer

    TrailBlazer Junior Member

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    I understand your point. You don't understand mine. Mailing requires resources, servers, scripts/software, smtp, knowledge. It's has a steep learning curve. This method requires copy and paste, what your suggesting requires months of learning and perfecting.
     
  10. il14m

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    seems to good to be true, and the website looks pretty fake so ill pass on this
     
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  11. Darren9682

    Darren9682 Regular Member

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    lol I've done quite large email marketing campaigns in my time. You don't need half of that stuff.

    If you're going to come onto a forum like this don't try to make shit up just so you can pimp an aff site like this.
     
  12. TrailBlazer

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    I'm not affiliated with that site in any possible way. Obviously all the leads go to match.com. I'm glad you've done large email marketing campaigns in your time, but I would disagree that you WOULD need half of that stuff, if not all of it.

    I mean you can't mail without a script/software and knowledge, so that is half right there. You would also need a server and smtp unless you mail from your PC which is not recommended.

    So I really don't understand what your point or contribution in this thread is lol.