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**New Referral Program**

Kate from OhmConnectKate from OhmConnect Posts: 1,049Administrator
edited February 7 in Announcements

Hi All:

We frequently update our referral program based on what our users (that's you!) tell us. Our goal is to make a program that works for everyone — existing and new OhmConnect users. With that said, we're excited to announce an update to how referrals work. Here's what you can expect:

  • Refer a friend and earn 2000 points ($20) once they reach Silver
  • Your referral will earn 1000 points ($10) when they reach Silver and an extra 1000 points ($10) when they connect their first smart home device (like a TP-Link Smart Plug) to their OhmConnect account.
  • Plus to help get things rolling, we'll send them a discount so they can get that TP-Link for just $10!

Many of you know how great smart devices are for rocking your #OhmHours, and we're excited to help new users experience this first hand, right when they join OhmConnect. Help spread the word!

Note: this program is valid as of February 2018 and while supplies last.


  • BstringBstring North SD County CoastalPosts: 61Member

    Kate, what I think would be really great is something added to the www.ohmconnect main (landing) page that asks, "Were you referred by a friend?" Maybe just a check box and at the next page they can enter the person's name and city, something like that. Allow them to enter the link within a time frame maybe.

    Here's how it goes for me fairly often, as in right now this happened. "Hey, speaking of (energy, savings, solar, etc.) have you heard of Ohm Connect?" Then a long pause while they go to the site and put in their info. At this point, we, the ones in the field drumming up business are cut out of the deal. It's really awkward to say, "Hey have you heard of Ohm Connect and here use my link! Click on it!" It comes across as pushy and people don't trust links provided by acquaintances. Even friends look at shortened, unfamiliar links with skepticism.

    Lastly, I think having the main page ask for email and password looks like you're asking for their (gmail, yahoo, etc.) password. Maybe at the next page ask them to create an OC password.

  • PowerCaliforniaPowerCalifornia Posts: 2Member

    ^Ditto Bstring

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