Program now available to U.S. and Canadian based businesses
Google has started a program that rewards folks spreading the news about Google Apps today. If you're a business who is successfully using Google Apps and want to spread the good word, you now can get $15 per each new user through the Google Apps Referral Program.
Getting started seems simple enough — as long as you're in the U.S. or Canada. Head to the program's website and provide a few details that include a valid taxpayer ID and a bank account number where funds can be despoited. Then start spreading the word via referral links provided when you sign up for the program.
You can refer an unlimited number of people, but only the first 100 people who join count for each individual referral. New users will have to pay for the service for four months before you're eligible for your cash.
Source: Google Enterprise blog
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