Google announces Google Apps for Business referral program
Via a recent blog post on its official Enterprise blog, Google has announced its latest Google Apps referral program, which allows loyal Google users to get a cash incentive for their word-of-mouth recommendations of Google Apps for Business to their acquaintances.
The Google Apps referral program is a new attempt by Google to ask its loyal users to refer Google Apps for Business to their family, friends, and even businesses. For every successful sign-up resulting from the referral, the users will get an amount of $15 via direct deposit.
The Google Apps referral program works in such a way that once users have submitted their details, including name, email and a tax ID number, they get a unique referral link to share. Every use of the link makes the link-holder eligible for the $15 kickback.
Despite the fact that the Google Apps referral program does not impose any restriction on the number of customers that a user can refer, there is a limit of a maximum of 100 referrals per user account.
About Google's move to initiate the Google Apps referral program, Prajesh Parekh - from the Google Apps marketing team - said in the blog post that a large number of the millions of Google Apps customers had learned about tools like Hangouts, Drive and Gmail for business from their friends, customers, and networks; and added: "The referral program makes it easy to share Google Apps with your network and show them how they too can use these tools at work."
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