Take your business to the next level with Gazingle’s B2B referral system — and earn more money in the process.
Yes, you’re the consummate networker, and that’s a good thing! By attending meetings and mixers, you’re creating relationships and building a concrete sphere of business contacts. But why not take networking to the next level by maximizing your existing business contacts and developing new ones — AND reap the benefit of getting paid for your referrals? Gazingle can help you do that.
By joining Gazingle’s “free” online platform, you have a system to create new business relationships and exchange referrals within the Gazingle community of like-minded professionals. Via an easy-to-use tracking system to monitor referrals, both giving and receiving, you have the added ingredient of giving and receiving referral fees.
Once your Gazingle profile is up, 100s of other members can search for your profession and select YOU to do business with. Whatever type of service or product you offer, your business will be categorized by industry. So, for instance, if a Gazingle member is looking for a plumber, they will be directed to all members who are plumbers.
All this and referral fees, too
When you consider the money saved to attract new business, such as the costs for advertising, direct mail, and printing flyers or brochures, offering and receiving referral fees via Gazingle’s online referral system make sense.
Gazingle members have a choice whether or not to provide referral fees for closed business. Members can offer either a percentage or a flat fee, or just a token of thanks, which benefits everyone doing business on Gazingle. When one professional is searching for another, they will likely check to see if you provide referral fees and how much, which could be an added incentive to refer business to you.
How Gazingle makes money
Sending and receiving referrals through Gazingle is free. There are no upfront costs, membership fees, or upgrade charges. When a referral results in closed business, Gazingle receives 1% from each monetized referral. The service provider — the member who receives and executes the new business — pays the 1% fee from the total revenue received.