Earn money while giving away free magazines

James Ryan Jonas

Wouldn’t it be nice if you can earn money while distributing free copies of magazines such as Time, Newsweek, Fortune or Forbes?

You can, with RevResponse, except that what you give away are industry reports, trade publications, business resources, and technical magazine subscriptions.

What is RevResponse?

RevResponse is a program that pays a commission on every qualified magazine subscription or download request. You can get paid even if the person who made the download is not from the US, Canada, or UK.

What publications are available for download?

A lot — and from various industries, too! There are magazines and reports on the Telecom & Wireless, Internet, Automotive, and Finance industries, among others. Search for your magazine of choice here.

Sample magazines:

Electronic Gaming MonthlyThe EconomistGlobal Finance Magazine

eWeekCFO Asia MagazineStores Magazine

How much can I earn?

Every qualified subscription or request generated by your visitors earn you a guaranteed minimum of $1.50. Imagine if you can get 10 downloads a day, that’s at least $15 every day!

How will I be paid?

By check or via Paypal. Payments are made in US dollars and are sent every month.

I’ve already signed up. How do I start giving away free magazines?

Log in to your account and go to the Promote section. Create your ad module then copy and paste the HTML codes into your website. Once people start downloading, you start earning!

Is it really for free?

Yup! Joining the program is free and the publication downloads are also for free!

A week after I’ve signed up, I already had 2 downloads — meaning, $3.00 earnings. Still not that much, but it’s a start!

Won’t you join yourself? Sign up now!

James Ryan Jonas teaches business management, investments, and entrepreneurship at the University of the Philippines (UP). He is also the Executive Director of UP Provident Fund Inc., managing and investing P3.2 Billion ($56.4 Million) worth of retirement funds on behalf of thousands of UP employees.