There is also another way to make money with Project Payday and that is with their referral program. Very simple you refer people to signup for a free login through project payday and you receive $1.50.
Here are some FAQ’s I took of the site that will answer questions on this:
1. How and when do I get paid?
Commission payments are issued every Friday, for the previous week’s earnings. For example, on Friday June 15th you would receive your commissions earned between Friday June 1st through Thursday June 7th.
Visit the Profile page to indicate how you wish to be paid.
There is a $30 minimum payment threshold. If you’re owed less than $30 your commissions will accrue until you have reached the $30 minimum.
2. Can I “incentivize” and/or pay people to signup at my referral link?
Sorry that’s not allowed. Since you earn a commission for each person who simply enters their name and email address at our site, and there is no benefit to us if that’s all they do, we can’t afford to allow you to incentive your referrals.
You may NOT promote Project Payday via any type of “paid to click” or “paid to signup” programs. If you do, you will NOT be paid for these signups.
3. Can I promote Project Payday via email “spam” or other similar ways?
|No way! If you promote Project Payday via spam your account will be frozen and you’ll no longer be able to participate in our referral program. If you’re unsure whether a certain marketing tactic is considered “spam”, please ask us first.|
4. Should I promote Project Payday to people NOT in the US?
No, that would not be a good idea. Project Payday is only available to those in the US, so you would just be wasting your time and/or money.
Our system prevents those outside the US from signing up, and you won’t earn commissions on users from any other countries.
5. What is a “pay level” and what affects how much I make?
There are various pay levels that range from $1.50 to $3.00 or more per sign up. VIP members automatically start at Pay Level 3 which pays $2.00 per sign up.
If you generate a lot of referrals we’ll automatically raise your pay level. We’ll also run occasional promotions that will give you the ability to raise your pay level.
6. What about taxes on my commissions?
Commissions are paid to you as an “independent contractor”, and you would normally include this on your tax return as “miscellaneous income.”
Once you reach $600 in commissions we’ll need you to send us a completed IRSForm W-9 before we can pay you any further commissions.
If this applies to you, please complete the form and scan it into your computer and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax it to us at (303) 265-9560.
Please be sure to write “Project Payday affiliate id number #######” on the “List account number(s) here” line of the W-9 form and replace the ####### with your affiliate id number.
7. Can you help me learn how to generate more referrals?
You can promote Project Payday using most of tactics and methods that you would use to get greens, as described in the training guide – email signatures, forum signatures, traffic exchanges, MySpace marketing, etc.
We’ll also be adding lots of additional information, tips and tricks on how to generate tons of Project Payday referrals real soon.
8. Can I promote Project Payday via offline marketing like flyers?
Yes! It may sound weird, but handing out flyers with your affiliate link, or putting flyers on cars with your affiliate link, or sending marketing postcards in the mail actually DOES work. Some of our affiliates make all of their money using these simple techniques.
9. Can I use “Sub IDs” to help track my referrals and make more money?
Absolutely. You can find more info and instructions on the Stats page.
10. Will you add my PPC tracking code to your “Thank You” page?
Absolutely. Just send us your Google, Yahoo and/or MSN conversion tracking codes, and we’ll add them for you. Soon we’ll have a fully automated system where you can do this yourself at any time.
11. Do you have any banners I can use to promote Project Payday?
Click here to see all the banners.
12. I heard I should create a “landing page” or “squeeze page”. Should I do that?
It depends how you are promoting Project Payday. If your traffic is “warm” meaning they already read an article or blog post or something substantial about Project Payday then you may not need a landing page. If your traffic is “cold” meaning all they have seen is a small advertisement about Project Payday, then adding a landing page should help increase your lead counts and payouts.
We’ve created a landing page you can use with your link already built in here:http://4147329.dailydollardash.com