Does Uber in Rochester and upstate allow you $$$ for using your referral code?
I've never heard of an area where Uber does not support referrals, especially in start-up areas like Upstate-NY. The amount varies from city-to-city. For details in your area:Does Uber in Rochester and upstate allow you $$$ for using your referral code?
Uber has never given in-person "new driver orientation", referring new drivers to their online resources. However, if you ask specific questions at a greenlight hub then you are more likely to get specific answers. Bring all related documentation.That's where I went to sign up. I asked questions. No clear answers. Asked for a guide or pamphlet. None to be found. All he did was send me a link to the already existing Uber site with all of its general info.
Not aware of any restrictions on Facebook. You can also tweet it to your millions (thousands? hundreds? Dozens? 5?) followers. However, it cannot be posted in this forum.What are the rules regarding Facebook and referral sharing? Can I simply post my referral code on my timeline for everyone to see?
Low tech business cards are best to start. Anywhere people might not take their own cars are good locations including: doctors offices, hospitals, auto repair shops, airports, train/bus stations, hotels, college campuses, supermarkets, restaurants and bars. Remember: sometimes easier to ask forgiveness than permission.And you also get a small cut when you refer a new rider as well, right? Like $5? So, basically we're not just drivers, we're promoters. What's the most creative and effective way to get your code out there and people signed up? I was thinking I first go low tech, print out cards with my code and info on it and go to bars and clubs around the city.