Ceenote

Money Monday promised to look into all the online money making schemes going round on social media. Last week, we took a look at the Investor app. If you missed that post, click here to read it.

This week, we take a look at Ceenote. Ceenote is a platform that majorly relies on referrals to pay their clients. They have 3 packages: The basic one where you register with sh.330 and get sh.300 per referral, the 2nd package where you register with sh. 550 and get sh. 500 per referral and the 3rd package where you register with sh.1000 and get sh.1000 per referral.

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The obvious advantage with Ceenote is that they have a variety of packages catering for every one. The sh.330 once in a lifetime registration fee is less than that of almost all other platforms. Apart from the referral service, Ceenote lets you advertise your products through their platform. You can also be a sales agent for other people who advertise through the platform.

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Currently, Ceenote services include rent (where landlords can advertise for tenants through Ceenote), Ceenote decoder subscription, Ceenote wi-fi subscription, insurance and loans. As a registered Ceenote member, you can find customers for each of the Ceenote services and get a commission. For services such as decoder subscription, apart from the commission when a customer signs up, you get a commission on every monthly fee that your referred customer pays.

If you would be interested to take advantage of Ceenote and make some money, click here to go to their website and learn more

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