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Get Paid to Promote Sales on Knoji

Updated on July 5, 2012
Knoji, previously known as Factoidz, shifted its focus from factual, scientific articles to articles and reviews aimed to aid consumers in their online shopping.
Knoji, previously known as Factoidz, shifted its focus from factual, scientific articles to articles and reviews aimed to aid consumers in their online shopping.

Knoji is an online website dedicated to providing information on different online stores and merchants. Users can sign up for a contributor’s account and earn money on the site in a variety of ways – they can earn money for writing articles on any subject at all, by validating coupons, by asking and answering questions involving online stores, by writing out FAQs for online stores, and most importantly, by sharing coupons and company profiles from Knoji with friends, families, or social media followers. While earnings differ, it is quite profitable and worth the time to check out. But how do you get started?

Well, you have to be accepted into the Knoji Promoter Program before you can start earning money from promoting coupons. Fill out an application listing your social media presence, be it Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, or any other social media site. You should get a reply within a few days saying that you have been accepted into the program (requirements are modest, and as long as you have a few hundred followers on each site, you should be okay).

Next, you need to pick a service or coupon that your target audience will likely be interested in. For example, if I was linking an audience that was heavily focused on photography (even stock photography), I would link them to the Canon page on Knoji using the special promoter link which would be provided to me on every company profile page, which contains a bunch of Q and As, as well as coupons, reviews, and related companies. See the example below:

Canon Coupons and Deals on Knoji

I would then earn money from every person who clicks on that link. The amount of money per click differs, depending on how many people you send to the page actually use a coupon or write a review, but rough estimates put it around $0.01 per click – though this is probably heavily subjective. However, if you want to target your audience even further, you can choose a specific coupon to promote by sharing the unique promotion link that is generated for that coupon. In this case, I’ll share a Canon coupon that is for a free carrying case and a $10 discount on the imageFORMULA P-215:

Free Canon Carrying Case and a $10 Discount on the imageFORMULA P-215

The best part about this is that many major companies are featured on Knoji, and you can promote them all at the same time. Because of the massive – and I mean well over 1000 companies – you can choose from, you can promote to any audience with ease.

If you want to sign up for Knoji, and help me out, you can use this link:

Write for Knoji and start earning today!


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      6 years ago

      This definitely sounds like an interesting program. I have been working on the site for a while now and I am always interested at trying the new programs. This seems like a fairly easy program to set up. I am just interested in how much money I will really make.

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      6 years ago

      This is definitely an interesting service and I am interested to try it out. This would be a good place to make money without writing. There is so many companies on Knoji that would appeal to my blog’s target audience so I am hoping to make some money with this program.

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      6 years ago

      It is fast and simple to copy then enter the coupons from other sites into knoji, is much faster to me than writing long articles. I am bad with writing but I already earned a little under $70 in coupons so far. If you can earn while spending less time then isnt this the goal?

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      6 years ago

      Knoji has coupons for many different companies many of which are well known. Coupons are often easy to find for many of the companies as many always have different sales and deals going on. Like many things it does take getting used to but once you get into the swing of things you should be able to make a decent amount of money.

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      6 years ago

      Just found your post on Google, thanks for the mention and discussing our coupon sharing programs here! We also just launched a Coupon Submission program in which you can share coupon codes for any vendor, and if anyone uses the coupon you generate a commission from the sale. Its a very easy way to make money, especially if you are good at finding great coupons. We just launched it last week, but some of our members are already developing solid revenue streams from it. Would love it if you checked it out and shared your thoughts on it!

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      6 years ago from Alabama

      Thanks for this great information. I will check it out soon.

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      6 years ago from Canada

      Canon, PBS, Kodak, Kmart, Starbucks,Crayola, Fila,, Mizuno, Sears, oDesk, Virgin, Expedia, Timberland, Logitech, Netflix, and Marriott all have profile pages complete with coupons, reviews, and articles on Knoji. I earned over $100 USD last month, and am currently aiming to make even more this month. It's different work, but from what I can tell way more money than the older Factoidz layout.

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      6 years ago from USA

      Funny. major companies. I have not heard of most of them. Make money here, you gotta be kidding. Writers are doing more work and making less money.


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