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Discussion in 'Making Money' started by niicholai, Aug 7, 2013.

  1. niicholai

    niicholai Newbie

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    So I am running a landing page through Prize Rebel. It's one of those sites where you do free offers, do trial offers, do surveys, etc. and get points which can be put towards just about anything you want in return.

    The landing page is: w3.prizerebelDOTc0m/gamecards.php?r=4961895

    My question is, how can I push this site to the masses? I know the more people I get to see it, the more chances I have of people actually joining, which means I will have more chances of people doing offers and survey's and making money off of them.

    I know I won't make a lot of money in the long run, but this is just something to get me started into the whole making money online thing, and something I would use as side money for my gaming hobby.

    Any ideas/advice is welcome.

    P.S. I didn't make the landing page, it's one the site offers pre-made with your referral link already embedded in the page so you get credit.
     
  2. stevefoxx

    stevefoxx Newbie

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    Why don't you get people to sign up directly with your ref link instead of the LP?

    Option 1) Make a YouTube video about Prizerebel or rip one and use that. Boost it with views likes and comments and add your ref or page link in the description.

    Option 2) Make a free blog with Blogger, write a little brief on each various GPT sites and add you referral links or banners amongst the paragraphs.

    I personally think that Points2shop is a better alternative with greater earning potential and more higher paying offers.

    Also, it would be hard to convince people who are new to all these GPT sites to sign up because they will not believe it, but much rather dismiss it without thinking because it's something they aren't aware of.
     
  3. niicholai

    niicholai Newbie

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    That makes much more sense, and I thank you for your response.

    Before I go rushing into things like I have already, I will continue reading through the forums and wait and see what others recommend as well.

    But your ideas sound great. It would make sense to make a blog with at least one video. This way I can write in detail about the the GPT site I am using, and show them proof of my use of the site as well as videos to show them how easy it is, what to do, and how things work so they are not left in the dark.

    I will look into Points2Shop, I have been using PrizeRebel as I do not know many GPT sites and it not only looked good, but I have had quite a bit of success with PR (I bought several game cards for use with Neverwinter Online by doing trials and cancelling the trials after getting my points and spending them.).

    I can also just make a gaming blog in general, then as I build a fan base I could drop a post here and there with videos about whatever GPT site I am using. I read that people are more likely to do a referral on a GPT site if it's with someone they already know and/or trust. I also read (both of these statements were in the how to get started with referrals post in the PR forums) that people are more likely to stay and buy stuff or do offers if you show them videos and write tutorials or offer assistance with getting started on the site rather than sending them in blind and not knowing what to do.


    Like I said, I really appreciate your response and you have given me some great ideas. I look forward to reading the other responses I will (hopefully) get here!


    P.S. I will also start a journal for my journey at the end of this. I will also give a shout out to anyone who has assisted me or gave me advice that I used. I'm very new to BHW but you all seem very knowledgeable and friendly. I look forward to growing in knowledge and one day helping others as well :)


    EDIT: Would a page about gaming on FB be better? I think it would reach more people, would it not?
     
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  4. stevefoxx

    stevefoxx Newbie

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    I feel that a Facebook page with lots of genuine likes would be the best way to get referrals.

    All you would have to do is give them a little description on the site, like how to earn and such, show them what they can get and possibly even some picture proof.

    As you may be aware due to the recent YouTube spam comments, most start saying "Virus, this and that" without even knowing what it is, therefore the rest of the sheep just sort of follow, so other forms of social media except YouTube would be much better.