Dealfer: Get Paid To Share Your Deals

Do you ever share deals with your friends?  Maybe on Twitter, Facebook, or even your own blog?  Maybe you even do it through an email - I know I have.  I just shared a deal with my sister-in-law this afternoon that I thought might interest her.  I love deals and love sharing them but it is also fun that if someone takes part in that deal that I get a small commission off of it.

You can do that now with Dealfer.  "The basic concept is to find a great deal, create a custom link online through DealFer (similar to the tiny url process used for Twitter and Facebook) and share it with your friends. Once a friend clicks on your “DealFer” link and completes a purchase, you earn a one to fifteen percent commission back on your friend’s purchase. You can leverage your social media networks (e-mail address book, Facebook and Twitter) in order to share with a wider group of people and acquire more commissions."

If you share deals frequently, be sure to check out Dealfer.  Isn't nice to make money when you share something fun with your friends?

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post however I did not receive a product or compensation to do this post. All views and opinions with regard to the product or company itself are mine and were not influenced nor reviewed by the company prior to posting. Dealfer provided me with the information.


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