40+ Companies That Reward You For Sharing Them

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Did you know that there are companies that will reward you for sharing them with your friends?

A list of over 40 companies who reward you for sharing their company. This list contains all sorts of companies--including those that sell razors, clothing, cleaners, organic foods, coffee and more.

 

Before I had a blog I just had a Facebook account. On that account I would often share great finds with my Facebook friends. Often companies that I shared offered what they called referral links, which made sharing their company very simple and rewarding.

I say rewarding because often these companies would give me something in return for the business I brought them through referral links I shared on Facebook. Sometimes it was extra points that I could cash in later for gift cards. Other times I got store credit that I could cash in for free product.

Yep, you read that right. You don’t need to have a blog to benefit from these referral programs. However, there are a few friendly sharing rules you need to follow.

Friendly Sharing Rules

  • Share only companies you have tried out and like.
  • Share links sparingly so as to not to become annoying (I suggest no more than one or two a week mixed in with regular social media updates, like pictures of your cute baby, etc)
  • Explain why the company would be beneficial to your friends for example instead of saying, “Please use my links I desperately want the $10 referral credit so I can buy my purchase at a deeper discount!” Say “This company has great prices on woman’s clothing plus when you use my link you get $10 off your first order.”
  • If you have a blog, you must disclose that the links you are sharing through social media sites related to your blog are referral links. If the link goes to a blog post, you have to disclose it in the post.
  • Before you share think, “Would I share this even if I wasn’t rewarded for it?” If the answer is no, don’t share.
  • If a friend asks questions about the company, make sure to answer them promptly and be 100% honest.

In other words–obey the rule of  people over profit.

Over the years I have discovered a large amount of companies offering referral links and I thought it would be fun to list them all in one blog post. And yes, these are all referral links. One of the benefits of being a blogger is that I now have one more place to share my finds and my referral links.

(psst…I did break my own rule and shared a few for companies I have not personally tried, but come highly recommended from bloggers I trust simply because I wanted to make this list as big and helpful as possible. A website that might not be a great fit for me might be a great for you.)

40+ Companies That Reward You For Sharing Them

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Point Programs

1. Swagbucks

2.PrizeRebel

3.Bing Rewards

4.Recyclebank

5. Inbox Dollars

6. Reward Shopping

7. InstaGC

8. My Points

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Survey Companies

9. Paid Viewpoint

10. MintVine

A list of over 40 companies who reward you for sharing their company. This list contains all sorts of companies--including those that sell razors, clothing, cleaners, organic foods, coffee and more.

Daily Deal Sites

11. Groupon

12. Rue La La

13. Zulily

A list of over 40 companies who reward you for sharing their company. This list contains all sorts of companies--including those that sell razors, clothing, cleaners, organic foods, coffee and more.

Online Clothing Consignment Style Stores

14. ThredUP

15. Schoola

16.Swap.com

A list of over 40 companies who reward you for sharing their company. This list contains all sorts of companies--including those that sell razors, clothing, cleaners, organic foods, coffee and more.

Grocery & Shopping Apps

17. Berry Cart

18. Shopkick

19. Ibotta

A list of over 40 companies who reward you for sharing their company. This list contains all sorts of companies--including those that sell razors, clothing, cleaners, organic foods, coffee and more.

Online Cash Back Companies

20. Ebates

21. Top Cash Back

22. BeFrugal

A list of over 40 companies who reward you for sharing their company. This list contains all sorts of companies--including those that sell razors, clothing, cleaners, organic foods, coffee and more.

Discounted Gift Card Companies

23. Cardpool

24. Raise

A list of over 40 companies who reward you for sharing their company. This list contains all sorts of companies--including those that sell razors, clothing, cleaners, organic foods, coffee and more.

Razor Clubs & Discounted Sites

25 Dorco USA (inexpensively priced razors–no monthly subscription necessary)

26.Dollar Shave Club (monthly subscription that can be slowed down to suit your needs)

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Various Other Companies

27. Ting (economical cell phone company)

28. Boxed.com (online warehouse store without the membership fee–you can only refer a small amount of people, but hey, free groceries)

29. Shutterfly (offered off and on and what it is that is offered depends)

30. Yerdle (an online swap community)

31. Golden Tote (monthly clothing service- except you choose what months you want to buy)

32. Erin Condren (sells planners, journals and personalized stationary)

33. Dropbox (invite friends and earn more storage)

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Educational/Homeschooling Companies

34. Educents (sells school supplies at great prices, has a daily deal area too)

35. Time4Learning (Online homeschooling site (our family personally uses this for history and English)

 

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36.  My Starbucks Rewards (yep, earn free coffee!)

A list of over 40 companies who reward you for sharing their company. This list contains all sorts of companies--including those that sell razors, clothing, cleaners, organic foods, coffee and more.

Natural and Organic Food & Cleaner Online Stores

37. Vita Cost (online natural foods and vitamin store)

38. Lucky Vitamin (online natural foods and vitamin store)

39. ePantry  (now called Grove) (household cleaners & personal products delivered to your doorstep)

40. Thrive Market (online organic foods & natural cleaners warehouse club)

A list of over 40 companies who reward you for sharing their company. This list contains all sorts of companies--including those that sell razors, clothing, cleaners, organic foods, coffee and more.

 Book Companies

41. Tyndale Rewards

42. Paperback Swap

Hopefully this list contains a few websites or services you are already using that you didn’t even realize you could earn referral credit from. Remember though, always practice the friendly sharing rules so that you don’t become “that friend.” You know, the one who always seems to be pushing something on Facebook when you really wish you could just see pictures of their cat doing silly things (or whatever it is that makes you laugh when you scroll Facebook).

 

How to earn $100 in gift cards every month.

You don’t have to share referral links to make money from some of the programs on this list. Here is how you can earn $100 in gift cards each month using a few point reward programs mentioned on this list.

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Herbs And Essential Oils Super Bundle

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essential oil bundle

If you are interested in learning more about  herbs and essential oils there is a sale starting today that you are going to want to know about–The Herbs & Essential Oils Super Bundle. (June 22 to 27)

If you need to purchase herbs and essential oils you are going to want to know that this super bundle comes with a great bonus that will save you money  (more on that in a moment).

Today I thought I would give you a good look at exactly what is in the bundle– so you have all the information you need to decided if it is a wise purchase for you and your family .

The Herbs & Essential Oils Super Bundle

With 21 resources on using herbs & essential oils (including one slipped in at the last minute, The Beginner’s Guide to Adaptogens by Heather Dessinger), this bundle is an amazing library of resources for those who are interested in natural health, whether you are  just getting started or already feel confident reaching for the herbs on your  shelf.

Personally I have heard a lot about herbs and essential oils but haven’t started using them so I am looking forward to digging in and learning more. My hope is that this bundle will inspire me to go from a casual observer of essential oils to a user.

The bundle includes….

For Everyday

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I can’t wait to explore DIY Lavender Creations. I  love the sent of lavender.

For Families

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I want to dig into the Home Remedies book in the families category.

For Illness & Injury

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I am interested in both the Skin Troubles and Tummy troubles eBook in Illness and Injury category.

For Safety

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Essential oils is such a hot topic that I am interested to read what the Essential Oils: Separating Truth From Myth will contain.

For Wellness

For_Wellness bundle

Having very little experience with essential oils I am very interested in the Essential Oils e-course.

Bonus

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And here is a great bonus! 50% off bulk herbs and essential oils from Golden Poppy Herbs. I snug a peak at the selection and it is amazing!

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The Complete  Super Bundle Product List

  • 101 Essential Oil Blends for Topical & Aromatic Use by Rachel Zupke of Mason Jar Values ($7.99)
  • 5 Multi-Use Herbs (And What to Do with Them) by Sarah Josey of Golden Poppy Herbal Apothecary & Clinic ($17.00)
  • Best Herbs & Essential Oils For Labor & Delivery-Audio Class & Transcript by Jenni Wilson of Natural Oil Mom ($19.95)
  • Cold & Flu Season: Are You Ready? by Carol Little   ($9.99)
  • Common Sense Home Remedies Book #1 – Head, Throat & Chest by Laurie Neverman of Common Sense Home ($2.99)
  • Common Sense Home Remedies Book #1 – Skin Troubles by Laurie Neverman of Common Sense Home ($2.99)
  • Common Sense Home Remedies Book #1 – Tummy Troubles by Laurie Neverman of Common Sense Home ($2.99)
  • DIY Lavender Creations by Stacy Karen of A Delightful Home ($5.99)
  • Essential Oils Planner by Amy Bayliss of AmyBayliss.com ($5.95)
  • Essential Oils: Separating Truth from Myth by Kristen Smith of Smithspirations ($9.95)
  • Essential Oils: The Herbalist’s Toolkit by Amber Meyers of Herbal Academy of New England ($4.99)
  • Handbook of Home Remedies by Wellness Mama ($24.00)
  • Herbs & Oils: Beyond the Basics by Jessie Hawkins of Vintage Remedies ($197.00)
  • Homegrown Healing, from Seed to Apothecary by Chris Dalziel of Joybilee Farm ($9.97)
  • How to Create Healing Herbal Baths by Kami McBride of Living Awareness ($19.99)
  • Mama and Baby Herbal Wisdom by Kate Tietje of Modern Alternative Mama ($7.95)
  • Safe EO Labels – Set A by Lea Harris of Using EOs Safely ($19.99)
  • The Essential Oils Course by Edie Wadsworth of Living Life in Grace ($39.00)
  • Using Essential Oils Safely & Effectively by Natalie Vickery of The Family Herbalist ($12.50)
  • Wholistic Vitality: Healing Foods for the Whole Family by Dr. Karen Lee of DrKarenSLee.com ($9.99)

That is $400 worth of information on herbs and essential oils for one low price of $29.97 .Plus a 50% off coupon for you to use to purchase herbs and essential oils to try out all you learn!

Remember though this deal disappears June 27th at Midnight EST — so grab your copy before it is too late.

 

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How To Create A Backyard Photo Booth Using A Common Backyard Item

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Sometimes the best ideas come from last minute inspiration–like when a get together with friends turns into a birthday party. That is exactly how the idea for our backyard photo both was created.

How to create a backyard photo booth using a common backyard item.

You see, this year my daughter’s birthday party kind of morphed out of a get together with her friends. A friend that had recently moved away was going to be back in town for the weekend. A group of her friends were planning to meet up at our house for a pool party when it hit me–my daughter’s birthday was just days after. Why not change the gathering to a birthday party so her out of town friend could attend it?

And so a pool party became a birthday party. The next day my daughter had a friend over and they began to plan all the fun things they could do at the party. A photo booth was mentioned and I couldn’t help but think of the  large yard sale found frames I had sitting in the attic waiting for my husband to finally finish drywalling the wall I want to display them on. I have big plans for a chalkboard and a photo display frame–but that is another project.

I was racking my brain as to how to use these frames as a photo both when I looked out the window into the backyard and saw a sadly neglected piece of playground equipment in a whole new light!

DIY backyard photo booth.

How To Create A Backyard Photo Booth Using A Common Backyard Item

My husband has already converted the playground equipment into a place to hang a giant screen for outdoor summer movies. He made the screen out of white cotton sheeting material that he sewed together (I think there are 3 panels of fabric in total) and then created a pocket for a steel rod to slide through at the top and bottom.

Hanging the back drop for the DIY photo booth,

He hangs up the movie screen using twine that he loops through a cup hook at both the top and the bottom of the screen.

Securing the bottom of the DIY photo both backdrop.

This screen is a hit with my teenagers and their friends for late night summer movies and video game playing–I am sure the neighbors LOVE us (insert sarcastic tone of voice).

I knew at once the screen would also make a great backdrop for a DIY photo booth. I assumed that I could just hang the frames from the hooks that normally hold the swings for when the playground goes from a movie screen back to a playground.

My husband pointed out my error. There would be no room for anyone to stand behind the frames.

Two sets of clamps held the picture frames for our DIY photo booth.

It took him all of about 10 minutes of his out of the box thinking to come up with a solution. He grabbed 3 wood clamps, clamped them to the top of the playground and hung the frames from them.

He also found some plastic tent pegs we had hanging around and used those to secure the frames from the bottom.

Hanging the frames for the DIY photo booth.

I was going to just use what we had to hang the frames, but my husband suggested we use something that would be less visible–he is so smart.  He purchased some fishing wire and hung the frames using that.

He did have to play with the position of the wire a few times so that they hung straight, but the end result was great.

 

Photo both props.

We finished off the photo booth area with a table full of props from the box of costumes we keep in the attic for Halloween. I also let my daughter pick out a few items at the community wide yard sale we went to the day before her party.

Playing around with the DIY backyard photo booth.

I think it is easy to see that the photo booth was a hit with the girls! They took photos of each other for at least half an hour straight. Out the dozens of photos I snapped, this one was my favorite!

All together the only expense we had in creating this photo booth was the fishing wire and the few yard sale props we found–less than ten dollars total. Yet another great example of the thrifty power of out of the box thinking!

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