The goal of the CitySquares Referral Program is to enable members of local communities to help their local business communities get the online exposure that they need. So many small businesses lack effective website and online profiles. CitySquares provides small, independent and locally owned businesses with search engine optimized online exposure through its powerful, consumer-facing website.
33% of all online searches (i.e., “Google” searches) are performed by consumers looking for local goods and services. And 95% of all retail spending is done locally, face-to-face. Yet, nearly 60% of all these small businesses don’t have websites. Help your local businesses get online, with CitySquares.
If you’re plugged in to your local community, and you know the local shopkeepers, then we’d like to talk to you. It’s quite simple – with your local insights to your community, with your local knowledge and expertise and relationships with local business owners, you can make money selling CitySquares products while also helping these local businesses really benefit from the trends of online consumer behaviors.
You can work as many or as few hours as you want! You get a piece of whatever you sell. Does this sound interesting? If so, we’d like to talk to you.
The Referral Program is really easy – we provide you with some marketing materials, and you talk to your local businesses about the benefits of being online and doing so through CitySquares.com. If you are able to sell them one of our products or packages, you get a commission, and a nice one too. Think of yourself as a freelancer – you determine when and how you work. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking for some part-time income or just some extra cash in their pocket.
If you perform really well, there’s a good chance that your role as a referral agent could expand into something more exclusive. Not looking for advancement? That’s OK too!
Interested? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Tell us why you think you’d make a good referral agent and what market you’d like to work.
No phone calls, please.