carefully: stick to the 28 rule, accumulate some savings, perhaps >
through Refer.ly, you can create a special short track and whether they link to other web site to sell, if your friends buy products through this link, you will get a few percent to 10% of the rebate income. When your income reaches $10, you can pick them up or donate them to charity or share them with your friends.
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Refer.ly is a start-up company less than two months old, founded by former Twilio employee Danielle Morrill. It uses Affiliate-Marketing joint marketing mode, allowing users to get commission income through the recommendation of commodity purchase link.
investors in most cases of our industry is not too familiar with their favorite is that we can bring much revenue for them, even if we got the investment is likely to have additional conditions such as the use of a lot of intervention and capital problems in decision-making, and as entrepreneurs have you thought you need to first, divide the shares to investors, but in the future if companies encounter difficulties, they will probably continue to increase investment, and even direct cash to leave. Therefore, we must first determine the point, acceptance of investment will encounter some trouble, especially for grassroots entrepreneurs, in case of disputes, we will say in most cases, helpless and powerless.
Refer.ly has more than 100 charities reached a partnership, in addition to extract these revenues some $1000 / month, users also have great freedom and choice in terms of charitable donations. Recently, Refer.ly also launched a summer study program called Room to Read, which aims to build libraries for developing countries so that children can get more reading opportunities. Refer.ly will donate $1 for each book this month to support the project.
maybe we can often see some news media in which entrepreneurs get angel investment, which companies got how many million of investment risk, which is enough to let us be envious, perhaps a part of owners and developers also with the author, fantasy one day to get a big investment, save us several years of struggle, let us have enough money to complete the blueprint of our hearts. Yes, such things happen in some people, but for the most part, as the roots of entrepreneurs, can we really get angel investors so easy? What do we have to let others favor
down to earth: don’t put your hopes on angels and venture capital,
Chinese the Internet industry in the grassroots entrepreneurs is beyond count, roughly divided into webmaster, mobile application developers and game developers, including the author’s vast Internet ocean in a small grassroots entrepreneurs. For the moment, there are not many profitable websites, and it is successful to continue to do so in the Internet industry. Here, the same as the grassroots entrepreneurs, simple talk about a little bit about the grassroots entrepreneurs of those things, maybe not the place, but it is the author’s personal experience and understanding, hope that we can help.
Refer.ly was not designed to make a profit when it was originally created, and all the revenue generated by users will be returned to the user, and Refer.ly does not charge any royalty. However, Refer.ly has recently made changes in the Commission mechanism, which will encourage people to put their money out and encourage people to donate money.
as the grassroots entrepreneurs we have to do is to start from scratch to the webmaster, whether the site can bring much traffic, how much income, are the outcome of their own labor, all belong to us, at least we spend the money earned by themselves will become more practical. Although the road is very hard, you may feel lonely, but as long as you can persist, you will succeed someday. Every day you send each chain, all carefully updated content, has been pushing forward the site, although the effect is small, but the day in and day out, your efforts will bear fruit, one day you will be rewarded. We are all grassroots entrepreneurs. We didn’t have much help from the outside world. We had to rely on ourselves, so we shouldn’t waste time, do nothing, or imagine that investment will favor us.
"while everyone can get revenue through the Refer.ly, but money for most Refer.ly users may not be important, it is to give money to charity to make them get a greater sense of satisfaction and happiness." "We’re trying to better integrate into the Refer.ly, including hunger, housing, poverty, state aid, and some other forms of charity," says CEO Danielle Morrill, founder and founder of the company."