PeopleStringEmail and future social networking company that rewards users for their time spent on their website
PeopleString was launched in 2004. Currently the company is only open to residents in the United States, but there are plans to expand to other markets in the near future. In June 2010, PeopleString’s parent company BigString Corporation (OTCBB: BSGC) was added to the NASDAQ, AMEX and NYSE naked short threshold lists.
PeopleString pays people to use its email and forthcoming social network, rather than keeping the money within the company, as with Facebook and other social networks. Users can make money in various ways, including making PeopleString’s website their homepage, referring others to the site, responding to online surveys and shopping at the company’s online store. There is also an option to upgrade to a paid account (called ‘entrepreneur’), which brings in bigger commissions and entitles members to earn stock in the company. PeopleString promises that 70% of total revenues go back to the users, with the remaining 30% remaining with the company.
PeopleString offers a series of online services, with payment deliverable bi-monthly to the subscribers upon completion of certain actions.
PeopleString pays commissions to users who make the website their home page.
Cash back shopping
PeopleString’s online shopping store is affiliated with stores on the internet, and offers cash back on all purchases made using the PeopleString client.
Money is given for receiving advertising mail: users need only open the email. A notable side-feature of the company’s email program is that it has the ability to ‘destroy’ emails that have been sent already, a feature that would be popular with people who accidentally sent an email to the wrong person.
Referals generate additional income, with rewards multiplying up to six levels of downline.
Users can take surveys and get paid for them.
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PeopleString Headquarters: Redbank, New Jersey
PeopleString Last Updated: Jul 4, 2010, 1:33pm