We recently introduced a new feature we’re calling Supporter Bonuses. This is a quick explanation of how they work and why we think you’ll be interested.
GAIN is ready to grow! Now that cash skill rewards are available, we want to tell the world. Growing helps you too – as more people start playing it automatically increases the maximum you can earn each week.
Credit where credit’s due
Inside the app you can find your personal supporter link – all you have to do is paste it anywhere you want. Anyone who clicks that link and joins the game becomes your supporter. There’s no downside for them to be a supporter* but there is a big benefit for you, the inviter. Inviters receive 10% of their supporters’ first year incomes. This is our way of giving you credit for finding the talent. Thank you!
* Really. Supporters’ incomes are completely unaffected by the bonus we pay you. Your bonus comes from our pockets, not their income!
Share and share alike
You can share your link on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, really anywhere you want. There is no limit to the number of supporters you can have and if any of them make money, so will you. You don’t even need to play GAIN yourself!
When sharing your link you might want to remember these 3 points
- It’s very hard to know who’ll be good or not, so avoid making assumptions. Our top five earners right now vary in age between 24 and 70, and come from many different backgrounds. (Just as we expected!).
- You didn’t need to know anything about financial markets to use the app – so make sure your friends realise that they don’t either.
- The people you are sharing with will want to know what it is about the app that you like. Is it fun? Addictive? Rewarding? Surprising? Are you learning new skills? Make sure to let them know!
There’s really no limit to the ways you can spread the word. (Let us know if you do anything fun!). If you have an opportunity to introduce the service to a large number of people but need our help in some way – maybe you’d like to do an interview, or believe that your supporter link isn’t suitable, just email us. We’d be glad to make sure you get credit.
Bonus points: Nurture support
When a friend joins you might want to lend them a helping hand at the beginning. It’s in both your interests for them to get up to speed and to do well – and you’ll likely find yourself learning new tricks from them soon afterwards!