Stuck doesn't sound so pleasant. The easiest way to explain is to ask you to read these instructions. Come back if you have further questions.
If you would like to invite your friends, then the wisest move would be to do as Website Examiner said- "affiliate", because if anyone joins up you want to get credit for them.
However, the simplest way to do it, is to go to the bottom of your profile page and click "email this page".
When you click on it, you can import your address book from several locations, write a message and include your own affiliate link with a default tracker to trace who does click on your link.
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