Friday 30 November 2007

The Matchpeg Introducer scheme is now the Matchpeg Affiliate scheme

We've changed the name of our introducer affiliate scheme from Matchpeg Introducers to Matchpeg Affiliates. It turned out that users from outside the UK weren't familiar with the term "introducer", and too many people were missing the scheme's benefits because they never clicked on the link on the website.

The scheme itself remains entirely unchanged, and very simple:
  • Earn on-going commission by referring colleagues and friends to Matchpeg, either by word-of-mouth or from links on your website or blog.
There are no charges for joining the scheme, and the people you refer don't suffer any financial penalty - quite the opposite, in fact, because we give an even more generous free trial to people who are referred than we do to people who come to the website cold.

You receive commission whenever your referrals spend money with us by buying pay-as-you-packs or paying subscriptions. Therefore, you don't just get a one-off payment; it's recurring revenue based on how valuable your contacts are to us.

Monday 12 November 2007

NEW feature - bulk user creation from Outlook

We've added a new feature to the user administration area:
  • Users of Microsoft Outlook can now download a small tool which automatically creates Matchpeg user accounts from contacts in Outlook.
The software can be downloaded from the existing bulk user-creation page. It's a simple wizard-based tool which works as follows:
  1. You log into Matchpeg using your normal user name and password.
  2. You let the software connect to Microsoft Outlook - this requires you to accept a standard Outlook security warning about automated access to your contacts.
  3. You choose the contacts you want to create as users in Matchpeg.
  4. You tell the tool to do its stuff.
The new user accounts are given individual random passwords which are sent out by e-mail.

(As is no doubt obvious, the tool is only for people who are users of (a) Microsoft Outlook, and therefore (b) Microsoft Windows.)