The first rule of a great lawyer referral program is that it must be free to use, and the second is that it must be seen in action. Let’s look at these two requirements in more detail.
Free to Use: No one wants to pay for something they don’t need or value enough. That said, if you are going to make your lawyers part of your membership platform, you have got to give them plenty of reasons to want their friends and colleagues who qualify for membership on your website too! A key part of building this sense of urgency comes from making sure everyone can benefit from the service when they sign up for an account. For example, let’s say there are five people using the site at any given moment but only three actually have an active plan with us today because we haven’t told them yet about our new referral program where they can earn extra income by referring others online. This would mean every member doesn’t get access until someone has earned $25 through referrals before anyone else gets access – not very much incentive!
If “free forever/forever free” isn’t feasible (or even desirable), try offering some sort of trial period so members know how long the service will remain available after signing up for an account while still meeting all other criteria above (and I’d recommend including some way for members who decide not worth their while). To achieve this goal it might help if you offer discounts