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Join MeetGeek Referral Program

Invite your friends to MeetGeek & earn $50 for every customer. Here's everything you need to know.

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Written by Darya
Updated over a week ago

How do I invite others to MeetGeek?

As a MeetGeek user, you can access the referral widget right from the interface of the app. When logging into your MeetGeek account, you will notice a 'Refer & earn $50' tab in the left-hand side menu or the purple label with a gift icon on the right.

Click on the line or icon to open the popup and see your unique referral link that you can copy & share via your preferred distribution channel.

Here are a few ways to share the link:

  1. Copy your unique URL and send it directly to a user who has already inquired about MeetGeek.

  2. Use the provided link to share MeetGeek with your audience on your social network, website, blog, or newsletter.

  3. Scan the QR code using your mobile device to share the link via messenger or any other mobile channel.

  4. Click one of the icons at the bottom to quickly share a templated post about the tool on Twitter, Linkedin, or via email.

💡 Discover more strategies for sharing your referral link and find examples shared by our community here.

How can I view sign-ups from my referral link?

To track sign-ups on MeetGeek, click on the "Rewards" tab of the widget to see the number of times your link has been clicked, and whether someone has signed up or purchased the subscription.

  1. For everyone who purchases the subscription from your referral link, you’ll get $50.

  2. The commission is paid at a rate of $10 per month for a duration of 5 months.
    *This payment method is chosen to avoid accidental purchases and bot subscriptions.

3. When you receive your first reward, the widget will prompt you to provide payment details, so that you can receive your referral commission.

Have any questions?

If you have any questions about our referral program, please contact [email protected].



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