Hey there, SF Minute subscribers.
Exciting news! On the recent fall reader survey, almost 80% of you said that you first heard about The SF Minute newsletter from a friend or from someone sharing it online.
While the goodwill sharing is always much appreciated, I also wanted to figure out a way to reward you for spreading the word about The SF Minute with friends, family, colleagues, and across your social media channels.
Alas! Today, I’m happy to announce The SF Minute Referral Program.
Here’s how it works:
1) Click on the “Start sharing” button below and enter your email address to join the referral program. Just make sure to enter the email address that you used for The SF Minute. And to be sure, joining the referral program is totally free.
2) Once you sign up, we’ll generate a unique referral link that you can then share with friends and start earning rewards.
Easy enough, right? Feel free to get started…right now!
So…what are the rewards? Glad you asked. Here’s a list of the rewards and how many referrals it’ll take to unlock each one:
💌 1 referral: “Thank You” Note from Nick. I know, I know. This isn’t the most exciting prize. But it’s all about getting into a good sharing groove! Bigger and better prizes await!
🎂 3 referrals: Birthday “Shout-Out” on the newsletter. Get three people to sign up for The SF Minute and on your birthday, we’ll send you some good vibes and well wishes within the newsletter.
🌉 10 referrals: SF Minute dad hat. You’ve asked for it, and now it’s finally happening! Get 10 people to sign up for the newsletter and you’ll receive your very own, SF Minute dad hat. It’s our first swag release ever!
💸 25 referrals: $75 gift card. If you can reach an impressive 25 referrals you’ll be rewarded handsomely with a $75 gift card to an SF small business of your choice.
Alright, thanks so much for reading y’all. And if you have any questions at all about the referral program, please let me know: email@example.com.
Otherwise, happy sharing! And I can’t wait to start sending these rewards your way! - Nick B.