In my previous post, I made a list of some of the income programs in Nigeria. Sadly, I didn’t include refer.ng there, now I didn’t still include it but this refer.ng review will tell you a lot about it. To be honest, my friend at xycinews gave me this post idea and I think it will work for all of you.
There are two reasons why you are viewing this post:
- You want to sign up on refer.ng
- You have signed up but want tricks to make extra money off on refer.ng
Either way, I will guide you through the right path and you can be assured that this will make you more than the minimum wage the government isn’t ready to pay.
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Many people made a lot of money from these income programs and get paid to read news sites in Nigeria, some people didn’t make a dime due to ignorance or laziness. But that is about to change.
In this post, not only will I show you if refer.ng is a scam or legit website,I will also give you the trick to getting many referrals and maximizing your earnings on the platform.
The fact that this is an income program doesn’t mean it is a “get-paid-to-read-news” platform. NO! As the name implies, refer.ng pays you to refer people to the site.
This is the first ever referral marketing program in Nigeria and many people have already joined in. If you are still interested, it is never too late for you.
As much as I would love to start talking about refer.ng, I still need to clarify some things. 👇
Making money online doesn’t mean you won’t work. In fact, you will work.your ass out with your time, energy and data. Many people think making money online is a simple way to get money and they can get rich overnight. That’s a lie. That misconception should be stopped.
You can’t just sleep and wake up expecting to find millions in your account overnight. Its impossible and you certainly can’t make that much on referral programs but you could be earning six figures monthly.
Surely, we must have come across so many scam and legit income programs in Nigeria but I want to testify to you that refer.ng is among the most legit income programs you can invest your money on.
Although I am yet to come across any proof of payment from referring.ng, there has been a certain level of trust this platform has been able to build.
Is refer.ng legit or scam?
Even without payment proof, I always try my best to get more details about a particular online income program before posting here techpanda.
I’ve made enough and a lot of research to say that there isn’t a single trace of scamming done by this platform.
Like all other income programs, the first time I heard about refer.ng was from a legit source. I decided to start making enquiries before I post it here.
I then came across this platform on naijaloaded, after which a friend also introduced it to me. I was not confident in them before as many of this kind of income programs have scammed us in the past and made away with our money so nobody was yet to take this risk.
After a lot of research and investigation, I have come to conclude that refer.ng is legit and paying. You must follow all the set down rules on this platform before you join.
Those that complained of not getting paid by NNUeven with all the payment proofs scattered everywhere on the internet are a product of ignorance.
Every one of these income programs have their laid down rules and requirements you must meet before you can get paid.
If you don’t meet these requirements, you might just waste your money on the platform. So it is best to know a lot about a particular program before joining. If you are on NNU, you must have seen refer.ng banner hanging somewhere around.
NNU, naijaloaded, Linda Ikeji, Prosper Noah and student-hustler all posted about to refer.ng so I don’t think there is any act rated to scamming carried out the website.
In fact, the website must be owned by a very important or rich figure if Linda Ikeji and naijaloaded could post about it.
So here’s what you need to know about refer.ng
Refer.ng is registered under CAC with the reg no. RC 2737898
It is a refer and earn platform which pays you to bring other people into the platform and start earning.
You only have to register with a one-time payment of N1600 just like NNU.
After your registration, you will receive a referral code which you can share on all social media platforms and start making money.
Your job is simply to refer as many people as you can and get paid. You get paid N1000 per person that you refer. That means if you can refer up to 10 people weekly, you will be making N10000 from refer.ng per week.
You can share your code on forums and social media or on your blog.
How to make money on refer.ng
Follow the steps below to make money on refer.ng
1. Register with any affiliate link or visit refer.ng directly to register.
2. Pay your N1600 with your debit card or you will be given details of the bank to pay to.
3. Get your referral code
4. Share your referral code on forums, social media, blog posts and any other source you know.
5. Once you reach N3000, you can withdraw straight to your bank account.
How to get more referrals on refer.ng
Trust me this works like magic. You can get up to 100 referrals if you follow this trick right.
There are so many ways to reach a lot of people on the internet. If you can reach as many as possible, you will be able to refer as many as possible.
1. Facebook marketing
2. WhatsApp TVs
3. Instagram Ads
I am going to explain each of them in details so you will understand. I am only doing this to help you maximize your earnings on refer.ng. Surely you don’t want your N1600 to go to waste.
1. Facebook: According to statistics, 80% of Nigerians are on Facebook Facebook has over one billion active monthly users. This is the best way to reach as many people as possible.
On Facebook, there are also three different ways to get your referrals:
- Facebook groups
- Facebook pages
Facebook groups: One thing I know is that Facebook groups are one of the easiest and cheapest ways of selling products.
The trick is to join the right group and have the right post. Start by searching “make money online in Nigeria”.
Since refer.ng is a Nigerian platform, it only makes sense that you should be targeting Nigerians. After searching the above term, you will get a lot of options.
The best thing to do is look for the groups with the highest members and engagements. Some groups have high members and each post gets a lot of likes and comments while others don’t.
Once you get a group like this, the next step is to write a short but well-detailed post about refer.ng and entice people to join with your words.
Facebook pages: Facebook groups are the easiest ways to make money from Facebook but the page is the best. If you have a Facebook page, you can run adverts and get referrals.
Friends: All you need to do is repeat the same step you took for the Facebook groups.
2. Whatsapp TVs: We have also witnessed a certain increase in WhatsApp TVs. Some get up to 10k views on their statuses. You can pay them to run adverts for you and get referrals.
3. Instagram ads: if you have the money, running Instagram ads is also a cool way of earning. You can reach 500 people with as low as N200 on Instagram.
4. Twitter: another social network people use for marketing. Twitter isn’t a bad place to market refer.ng
5. Forums: Using forums to promote products is a very good idea. Nairaland is my recommendation for refer.ng. Create a trthreadbout refer.ng and post it there. Insert your link, code or contact so that you can get referrals.
6. Blogging: Just like this, blogging is another set way to meet and refer many people. With the knowledge of SEO, there is no limit to what you achieve.
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