Many of us are excited by the idea of earning commission via the affiliate program, while at the same time spreading the word about Nash. But it’s easier said than done!
In this post, I compiled different approaches to get your reader’s attention with hope to get everyone going.
Nash just launched their affiliate program. You can read more about it here (offering 50% more commission than other exchanges): https://nash.io/affiliates/
I won’t shill you my referral code, but it’s pinned on my Twitter if you did want to use it.
Credits to @Encephalopath for this one. Quite subtle, not too long yet catchy. Probably recommended if you don’t know the person at all.
Sorry to contact you out of the blue, but since you’re a full-time crypto trader, I wanted to introduce you to Nash. Nash is first and foremost a non-custodial L2 exchange, with a decent selection of pairs: BTC, ETH, NEO, LINK, etc. That’s right, you read correctly: they achieved non-custodial BTC trading (read more here https://blog.nash.io/trade-bitcoin-on-nash-now/).
If you build your own bots, you should definitely check out their repo, especially Openlimits (https://github.com/nash-io/openlimits) and the typescript SDK, which both rely on Nash’s MPC API keys.
Nash is in fact a platform of several products which complete each other: Nash Cash is the fiat ramp, Nash Pay is the payment solution, Nash Savings is a yield farming savings account, etc. NEX is the platform’s token: it’s a security token which allows you to earn 75% on the exchange’s trading fees by staking your tokens. (You can get the full picture here Nash ecosystem).
Since the exchange went live a year ago, the team has been building, but they have now switched to a growth/business development phase and as a result are about to ramp up marketing. In fact they just launched their affiliate program (https://blog.nash.io/nash-affiliates-earn-50-more-commission-than-in-rival-public-programs/). My advice - #NotFinancialAdvice - is to pick up some NEX now, but that’s besides the point. My point is: Nash has great exchange and the fact that it’s fully non-custodial makes me think it could be of interest to you.
Of course, I’m going to give you my reflink in case you’d like to join https://app.nash.io/create-account?code=6ce89F. Your choice to not use it of course I’d be happy if you simply check Nash out!
This one is quite complete but obviously very long. Maybe best if you know the person or have their attention.
I encourage anyone else who has a pitch idea or draft to post it here: the more we have, the wider the range of templates for other community members to pick from.
In terms of targeting, the bigger the fish, the less likely you are to catch their attention, so my recommendation is to go for smaller accounts or even regular exchange users. Also, the more you can adapt your tweet to the context, the better. For instance, I started from an exchange tweeting about a downtime and targeted disgruntled users like so:
Hey! I’m contacting seemingly angry <name_of_the_exchange> traders in hope to introduce them to an up and coming alternative: Nash.
(N.B: only some Twitter users allow direct messages)
Lastly and this is probably the most important advice here: don’t get discouraged by rejection. It’ll happen more often than not. Don’t be bitter or try to force your opinion on the person or have the last word. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and even if they pass today, they might revisit your conversation a few days/weeks later if they hear about Nash again.
Nash army, assemble! Good luck