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How to make money with Peoplestring network

Updated on May 7, 2011

So what exactly is Peoplestring?

Peoplestring is a relatively new social network that was created in September of 2009. Unlike other social networking giants like Facebook and Myspace, Peoplestring actually pays users for doing what they already do on other social networking websites. Offering 70% of all advertising revenue shares with it's members, Peoplestring is noticing a large amount of new members to the company. How can you make money with Peoplestring?

There isn't much debate about the methods used to earn members money because it's so simple. Everything you do earns money. Logging in and socializing with your Peoplestring friends or linking your Facebook account can earn you money while you keep up with those you love most. Survey taking is a great way to make money with Peoplestring. Or you could simply check out stores and refer people to make money with Peoplestring.

The importance of People Points

These points you earn can be redeemed for gameplay, which has the possibility of earning you even more points. People points also decide how much of the revenue share you'll be receiving from the company. If you really want to make money with Peoplestring, you should earn as much people points as possible. The higher people points you have, the higher possibility you will make money with Peoplestring.

You can earn points by playing games like the Peoplestring lotto and the Guess Which Hand game. You can also earn a large amount of points and make money with Peoplestring by earning spins with the spin the wheel game. Points and cash prizes can be won by people who decide to play this game. Simply logging into your account every 12 hours can increase your points and help you make money with Peoplestring. If you have the urge to shop, Peoplestring can save you a lot of money and build people points while you shop.

Make money with Peoplestring by referring other

If you think referring others to sign up under you and help you make money with Peoplestring, think again! While Peoplestring is continuing to rise in membership signups, there are a lot of people that know nothing about this website at all. Being informative and giving them details on how they can make money with Peoplestring is all you need to do because most are very eager to make money. Think about how popular this site is gonna be in the future. Place your campaigns online and get people to sign up under you now.

There are six levels, which makes Peoplestring a two tier program (or legitimate multi-level marketing company). Referring people under level 1 will earn you $0.50 upfront and from that point on, you will receive 5-20% of their earning (you're not taking their money). All levels below that will earn you residual income as well, between 2-5%. If you refer 10 people, and they refer 10 people and so forth until level 6, you're looking at over 1 MILLION referrals. Keep in mind that you can update your membership from free to entrepreneur ($300) at any time and payment amounts change immediately, so you could earn extreme amounts of money.

Because the Internet is a portal for information, there are many ways to promote your affiliate link. Using ad campaigns and writing articles are good for building referrals. Viral reports have shown the best conversion rates for use with two tier programs. You can answer questions on how to make money with Peoplestring and leave your affiliate link so others may sign up under you. Or you can get friends and family to sign up under you and convert Facebook users to the Peoplestring portal so they may enjoy their favorite social network and allowing them to make money with Peoplestring.

Tips and tricks on maximizing referrals

1. Run a Focus Group

It's so easy to build referrals by having a group. These groups should be hosted on Peoplestring via your profile (privately). Offering free products or giving them valuable information on the topic being focused on will help you build referrals and make money with Peoplestring.

2. Create an ad campaign

Some ad producing companies allow affiliate links like the free ad program Adleaf. Create ads and patiently wait for people to click and sign up for Peoplestring under your downline.

3. eBook Marketing

Place your affiliate link in any related eBook. It could be related to your group or Peoplestring itself. Viral marketing has great success with two tier programs and you will make a lot of money with Peoplestring doing so.

4. Publish Articles

One of the most targeted forms of advertising. Publish a few articles with your affiliate link and let the readers sign up under you. Articles will help you make money with Peoplestring.

Comparing Peoplestring Accounts

There are two memberships that users can sign up for (free and entrepreneur). While both are capable of earning money, there are differences between the accounts. Free membership is for individuals who want to make money with Peoplestring doing what they already do for free. Entrepreneur memberships are for those who are serious about making the most money.

Free members have access to the greatest email client ever. They can play games, socialize, blog, create groups, shop with discounts, and more. Direct referrals can earn 50 cent per referral and pay 5% of earnings they make. From level 2-6, you earn 2% of income made by your downline.

Entrepreneur members have everything free users have with an increase in revenue share. They earn 20% from the earnings of all referrals in their direct referrals. Levels 2-6 earn you 5%. Entrepreneurs are allowed to send emails to their downline and keep in touch with them, something you don't get with a free membership.

Entrepreneurs have more ways on how to make money with Peoplestring such as allowing other third party companies to participate in the mailbox cashbox deal. You earn commissions from deals these companies take part of. Entrepreneur members have weekly meetings with other members where others can share better ways on how to make money with Peoplestring.


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    • chuckbl profile image


      6 years ago from Scotland

      I have been with Peoplestring for more or less 3 years now, and I can safely say, it is not something that is easy to make money on. The amount of time that is necessary to put it is not worth the reward. I managed to get one check from them of about $30 but the time and effort I put into that could have been much better spent somewhere else. It is not a scam, but it is not productive either, nor is it realistic. There will be a few people benefiting big time from it, probably the guys with youtube instructions, but other than that, I imagine most people are dissatisfied. I have referred 200 people to it, as far as I can tell, not one of them has been successful.

      My advice: don't waste your time.

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      Long hair girl 

      7 years ago

      Great to be on people string and earn some money

    • koreanmv8 profile image


      7 years ago

      Great site, i'm a member already..

    • Ipeoney profile image


      7 years ago from USA

      Thanks for this Hub, I also joined peoplestring but not really active. I will try to see one more time what I can do in peoplestring.

    • FGual profile image


      7 years ago from USA

      I had never heard of this PeopleString, will check them out.thanks for letting us know

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      Helpful Hanna 

      7 years ago

      This is very interesting. I have never heard of Peoplestring before and will be looking into it. Thanks!


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