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Not totally clear on what you are asking, but if the questions is; does giving out a referral code to an existing user in hopes that they would refer another work? My experience (largely in B2B software) is not all that well, at least not without some sort of incentive. Even if your user is super...

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You need to make referrals a condition of doing business with you and do it upfront. Also, automate the referral ask. More details on "how to" below. To do this: During your first interactions with a client (NOT after you have delivered or closed the sale, that's a rookie mistake), you can tell ...

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What you are really talking about (given the info) with the two programs is: -Refer-A-Friend/Customer Referral Program: This is often implemented for customers of the service only and usually the bounty/reward is credits not really commissions. It can be dual benefit (Referrer and Referee get cr...

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I think you have your answer if clients are welling to refer without a fee. If there is a fundamental reason (for instance, you want to influence the pipeline for new prospects), then why don't you segment some of your clients and test the monetary referral aspect at a lower than intended rate. I...

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Have you checked out http://www.leaddyno.com/ They integrate with stripe. But I'd need know what kind of business you have. Ecommerce? SaaS? Marketplace? Majority charge a relatively high monthly fee so if you think you'd use it often might be worth just paying a dev a few hundred bucks to buil...

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It sounds like you want all your "new customers" to register with their credit card info so that you can verify that it isn't someone just referring themselves via zombie email addresses. That makes sense, otherwise you'd be giving away a lot of rewards for fake referrals. When people send refer...

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Assuming your merchants 1) use web analytics, and 2) are honest, you could simply 'tag' people coming from your site in a way that your merchants will see in their analytics. In this way your merchants will be able to see how many tagged people went through their funnel and made a purchase. To ta...

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There's a lot to consider. For a lead generation deal to be fair to both parties though, a fee for *qualified* leads needs to be in place whether the lead converts or not. Notice there's a big distinction between "qualified" and "quality." If someone sends you 50 *qualified* leads and you only c...

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You can base your business in mostly referrals, however, if you want to grow substantially, you should use some paid advertising to boost your revenue. It all really depends on how much you want to grow and how fast. If you are alone as an architect without staff, then referrals are a good place ...

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I haven't come across something that does exactly that. If it's a relatively small number of companies you refer, signing up to an affiliate program for each of them is probably easiest. If the number of brands/companies is bigger, this sounds like something that should be built. Would love to ha...

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