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Satgur says

Hi friends,

whats the funda of this reference. Is it when u promote to different sites and when users come from there to buy means that?

thanks

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Raincutter says

Can’t really understand your question. What does ‘funda’ mean? :confused: Anyways, if you want to know about the referral system then you can get all your answers on this page: http://graphicriver.net/make_money/affiliate_program

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ShermanJackson says

funda = what’s the “big idea” or “meaning”

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Satgur says

funda = what’s the “big idea” or “meaning”

yes :)

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Satgur says

Can’t really understand your question. What does ‘funda’ mean? :confused: Anyways, if you want to know about the referral system then you can get all your answers on this page: http://graphicriver.net/make_money/affiliate_program

still unclar from the article…....what i need to do !

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quickandeasy says

Hi Satgur,

when promoting your items on sites like Deviantart, Flickr, your personal website etc, if you add your own affiliate tag to any Marketplace link, users who click on your link and register on one of the Marketplace sites are credited as referred by you.

Why should you spend time doing this?

If any user you refer then goes on to deposit money, you get a 30% cut of whatever they deposit.

So what do you need to do?

Whenever you leave a link on the web to your items, add ?ref=satgur to the end of that link.

For example:
  • graphicriver.net/item/fancypants-item/1234?ref=satgur
  • You will then in your Earnings panel, see how many clicks your links have had, how many registrations and if you’re really lucky, deposits!

    For Example:

    And those are an example of tiny earnings – there are many people on Graphicriver and the other Marketplaces earning $500, $1,000, and more every single month from Referrals alone.

    As pointed out above by Raincutter, you can read more about it Here.

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    Satgur says

    thnx a LOT quickandeasy :) thats really v helpful….now i got to know about it…........this is interesting that with just reference people are able to earn that much :)

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