My #1 Tip For Making CashCrate Referrals (from one of our biggest earners ever)Posted in Announcements by CashCrate Dana
Bruce from Arizona is one of our biggest earners ever. He shares his secret for getting referrals below with you:
I have earned more money than I ever thought I could with the CashCrate referral program. Right now I have made upwards of $140,000 in about a 5 years time and no, that is NOT a typo.
That high a number seems like a fantasy to most members and it would have to me too when I was just starting out. Just like everyone else, I started by making my first $20 and then I waited to get paid. You see, I wanted to make sure CashCrate was legitimate.
When I did get that first check in the mail, I realized that it actually was possible to make money online. That CashCrate check was the first payment of any kind that I received from doing anything on the Internet. You hear a lot of claims of people making big dollars online but until you get that first check, it is natural to wonder if any of it is real.
Well, CashCrate is real and that first $20 check proved it to me.
Then I decided to try to get some referrals because I knew that the opportunity to make money was greater on the referral side. So, again like most everyone else, I started a blog about CashCrate.
And I made nothing.
No referrals and no traffic.
I wrote about my experiences with CashCrate and I regurgitated most of the stuff you see written over and over a 1000 times on 1000's of blogs.
But that didn't work and it still doesn't work.
My fortunes changed when I started the blog http://dayjobnuker.com/ which was going to be about my journey to quit my day job. I was going to "nuke" my day job and anyone could follow along to watch me do it.
On that blog, CashCrate was just one of the things I wrote about. You see, my main focus was trying to make money any way I could and my target audience was people who wanted to do the same thing. I could write about anything I wanted to as long as it had to do with disliking my job, disliking the workplace, wanting to make money on my own, etc.
I then started several other blogs which were all about money and/or were job related. I was trying to find people who needed money and might be interested in signing up to CashCrate. I wanted to find people who had NEVER HEARD of CashCrate. That is the key: you want to refer people who need money but don't know what CashCrate is.
So this is my #1 tip: don't start a blog or website specifically about CashCrate! Start one on some other subject instead and target people who need money. Your blog could be about the high unemployment rate, the out of control debt in this country, people losing their houses to foreclosure, jobs being lost to China, or anything else that might attract people who need money. Try to figure out what people are looking for online that relates to their need for money and then start a blog about that.
Don't get me wrong, it isn't easy to do this. However, your chances of making CashCrate referrals this way will be MUCH greater than if you start the same old "How To Make Money On CashCrate" blog that thousands of people before you have put up.
To make the kind of money I have been lucky enough to make through the CashCrate referral program, you need to become an Internet marketer and learn how to target different groups of people. That is the key and it isn't something you can do in days or weeks.
But the best news is that you can start promoting CashCrate knowing that they are 100% legitimate and you WILL get paid for the referrals you make. I got started making money online right here and you can too.