Update (1/4/16): Looks like you’re no longer able to create a personalized code.
I don’t make much money off this site but I do make enough to just barely cover my expenses. So for those of you who have signed up to be a driver using one of my referral codes I thank you big time! Please feel free to shoot me an e-mail and let me know if you use/have used one of my referral codes since I would also like to personally thank you and answer any questions you may have.
Lately though, I’ve turned to diversifying my rideshare income through passenger referrals. I’ve actually got a great podcast in the works that will detail all of the strategies I’m currently trying out but for now here’s a preview:
The money from driving has been great lately but I’m always looking for ways to earn more. I think passenger referrals are a great way to diversify your income because for the most part, they have nothing to do with actually driving. Right now, these referrals are easier than ever to market too since new Lyft passengers get $25 off their first ride and new Uber passengers get $30 off their first ride.
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That right there should basically sell itself yet I notice a lot of drivers have trouble capitalizing on this market. During my research for the upcoming podcast, I found a great way to help with Uber passenger referrals that I’m going to share with you guys today.