Summer’s a Great Time to Win an iPad2

Summer’s a Great Time to Win an iPad2

PhotoShelter members, check out this new contest:

refer-a-friend.jpgIn case you missed the email, we just kicked off a fun little
contest that will run through the month of July with some very cool
prizes.

Spread the Love is our chance to make it even more rewarding when you
help get other photographers excited about PhotoShelter. The member who
refers the most friends (who join PhotoShelter) through the
Refer-A-Friend program will win a 16GB Wifi iPad2. Second and third
place winners will take home B&H gift cards.

Read the full contest details:
http://www.photoshelter.com/mkt/201107/20110701.html

If you’re not familiar with the Refer-A-Friend program, it’s a great way
to share a discount on PhotoShelter with friends, while you also earn
account credits to offset your subscription fees. Several members have
benefited enough to avoid paying for PhotoShelter for a long, long time.
Here’s where you get your code and some badges for your site: http://www.photoshelter.com/mem/forum/refer

There are plenty of ways to get the word out about how you use
PhotoShelter. As an added bonus, if you decide to blog about how you use
PhotoShelter, please notify us by posting your link here and we’ll share it via
Twitter too!

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  1. Chris at 9:27 am

    I mentioned this on Twitter afew days ago, but in order for anyone to actually gain any referrals, the referral offer has to be better than the basic “new customer” offer. As it stands a new customer or a referral wanting to trial Photoshelter before diving in can either pay $1 or $22.99, which one are they going to pick? I’ve had about 3 or 4 different people request a referral code only to realise that the $1 for 14 days offer is far more beneficial to them. I don’t think there’s anyone in the world that would pay $22.99 for something they could get for $1. The $1 offer makes sense as new customers don’t want to trial it, not like it and then have wasted money. It doesn’t help that the $1 offer is displayed on the referral page either and if customers pick this offer instead your referral is lost. Surely it’s obvious that new signups/people who want to trial the system are going to pick that offer?

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