Well, I've been working on Baytown this week - trying to sign up all the businesses that I want to get discounts from in the future. If for no other reason, you should sign up for Gobza just to save money at local businesses. You don't have to refer other people to Gobza. You don't have to refer businesses to Gobza. To earn some extra income - that's just a perk! Do you use coupons to shop at the grocery store? Do you use the Entertainment book to save money at restaurants and other activities? Then sign up for Gobza and save even more money!
So one of the most common comments I get about Gobza is that it just sounds too good to be true. You know what? I agree. It sounds too good to be true - but what if it's not? What if it's as big as it sounds like it could be? What if it's only half as big? I have nothing to lose but a little bit of time telling people about Gobza and how they can get free advertising for their business or savings for things that they're going to buy anyways.
I'm not asking you to buy a product that you may or may not use. I'm talking about going to Gobza before you go out to lunch with the girls and finding which restaurant in town has the best offer today.
I'm talking about offering deals to get people in the doors of your business. Sure it cuts into your profit margin a little to offer a discount - but if it gets extra people in the door, isn't it worth it? You offer deals all the time - 10% off, Buy one get one free, $5 off $20 or more. You email out these specials to your current customers, but how do you get them to potential customers without spending money on printing and advertising costs? With Gobza, you have the potential to reach thousands of customers risk-free.
Why not give it a try?