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Consider a referrals program to encourage more members #561

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amcewen opened this Issue Aug 24, 2017 · 4 comments

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amcewen commented Aug 24, 2017

Would something like "first month free" for your friend, and a month free for you, work as a way to have the community encourage new people along?

What would that look like? What would we offer? Is it a good idea?

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Maybe do a Hunger Games and the more of X, Y, and Z you do the more DoESKarma you build.

Each month everybody's DoESKarma goes into the pot (so the reverse of H.G. where the more you borrow the more tickets go into the draw) and the more you do the more likely you are to win...

Something! Cake (low carb cake) or cool tech. stuff or I dunno.

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ajlennon commented Aug 24, 2017

Maybe do a Hunger Games and the more of X, Y, and Z you do the more DoESKarma you build.

Each month everybody's DoESKarma goes into the pot (so the reverse of H.G. where the more you borrow the more tickets go into the draw) and the more you do the more likely you are to win...

Something! Cake (low carb cake) or cool tech. stuff or I dunno.

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Sounds difficult to administer.

Surely it's easy to credit a newbie's account with workshop/desk days, say 5?
Presumably they're paying membership monthly too?

As for the referrer, I think it's best they get/use something tangible which could link to #68 such as twenty quid preloaded to do what they want with in DoES, or even donate it back to the cause.

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SayBeano commented Aug 28, 2017

Sounds difficult to administer.

Surely it's easy to credit a newbie's account with workshop/desk days, say 5?
Presumably they're paying membership monthly too?

As for the referrer, I think it's best they get/use something tangible which could link to #68 such as twenty quid preloaded to do what they want with in DoES, or even donate it back to the cause.

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Since we're bringing in new pricing, I think this is worth revisiting as part of that.

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DoESsean commented Dec 21, 2017

Since we're bringing in new pricing, I think this is worth revisiting as part of that.

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