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Sharing credit > Referral Code???

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message 1: by Rob (new)

Rob F F. | 16 comments Hey Everyone,

I've gotten a few pitches from some of you asking for my referral code? How do I find out what that is?

Sorry if this is a topic already mentioned, but I couldn't find it anywhere.

Thanks


message 2: by Kelsey (new)

Kelsey Rae | 87 comments Which books did you get pitches for?


message 3: by Rob (new)

Rob F F. | 16 comments Found it! It shows up when I hit the email button in the page and opens an email draft.


message 4: by Kelsey (new)

Kelsey Rae | 87 comments Cool Cool


message 5: by A.C. (new)

A.C. Weston (acwestonwrites) | 191 comments Mod
They fixed the bug that was giving out credits for every single order of your own book, so we're expecting this sort of thing to die down soon. That link should only work to generate credits once now.


message 6: by Amanda (last edited Jun 02, 2016 07:17AM) (new)

Amanda Orneck (amandaorneck) The intent of the referral credits is to get someone back onto the site for a second purchase. "A thank you for supporting our community, come back and read something else on us" sort of thing. Instead it was being used as a way to discount large amounts of people in order to get books funded with artificially large reader pools. Now that Inkshares has changed that, your reader pool should be more authentic, which will help in building your author platform going forward since you'll know your supporters are people who actually want to read your book.


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