Referral marketing is a marketing tactic that makes use of recommendations and word of mouth to grow a business's customer base through the networks of its existing customers. Referral marketing can take many forms, but at its heart, it's a way to get your biggest fans to help spread the word about your brand. In other words, referral marketing turns your current customers into brand advocates.
We at GT-Universe offer the best referral commission in the history of America without the company being a Ponzi scheme, we pay our investors 30% referral commission for each client they get to invest with the company.
The first level is the Tier one level whereby you earn 30% referral commission for each client you get to invest with the company. The second level is the Tier two level whereby you earn 10% referral commission starting from your referred client’s second investment. You earn money each time your referred client willingly chose to invest.
NB: Every investor is entitled to tier one and two referral earnings. You can also get paid monthly for referrals and still earn referral commissions, but you have to do this as a full-time employee, for more information on job opportunities, contact your account manager.
The best part of our referral program is that we made it optional, our company is concentrated in generating passive income monthly with zero stress. You can take it upon yourself to earn huge referring people to the company.
Before we get into how to create your referral marketing strategy, let’s talk about why you need to. How much of a difference do referrals make? Consider this: A word-of-mouth impression drives at least five times more sales than a paid impression. Customers acquired through word-of-mouth spend two times more and make two times as many referrals themselves.
Referred leads convert 30% better and have a 16% higher lifetime value than leads acquired via other channels. Half of Americans would pick word-of-mouth if they could only select one source for information on potential purchases. Word-of-mouth and referral marketing are cost-effective, powerful, and trusted. When we have a good experience with a brand, product, or service, we’re happy to—and frequently do—share it with others.
The numbers don’t lie: Recommendations and referrals are not only useful, but crucial if you want to stand out from the crowd. Consumers actively go looking for them, and they can be the key differentiator between two otherwise similar products or brands. The digital revolution has made launching and running a business easier than ever before, but that comes with a price: increased and fierce competition.