August Challenges

Riders and the Non-Rideshare Public

Let me ask you . . .

IF there had been an opportunity to earn money every time someone took an Uber ride in your city, would that have made a financial difference for you?

If so, you have that opportunity now with TRYP Rides.

How much money do YOU want?

Meaning, how many times would you share your referral link/the TRYP rider app if you were paid $0.40 cents for each trip taken that is linked to your referral ID?

Your mission, riders, should you decide to accept it, is to talk to your next Uber/Lyft driver.

Ask them if they’ve heard of TRYP Rides. If they have not yet registered for a free account, offer that by giving them your referral link or ID/code (whatever you created for yourself when you registered).

You are registered already, right? If not, do THAT before talking to drivers.

Next, you’ll join the FB group with your referral ID/code so you can learn what’s going on and where things stand. Comment; ask questions; get familiar with the content and check the Files link.

NOW download the TRYP Rides app. There is an area of share buttons under your referral link or ID/code and that is probably the best way to share the app with anyone.

Don’t forget to let people know it’s not yet operational in The ATL, but it’s coming. So keep thinking How many people do I know who use Uber or Lyft and how many TRYP rides do I want to earn $0.40 cents on?”

Drivers

Your challenge is almost the same:

Aside from the 100% you earn on every ride, How much MORE money do you want?

Meaning, how many times would you share your referral link/the TRYP rider app if you were paid $0.40 cents for each trip taken that is linked to your referral ID?

Your mission, drivers, should you decide to accept it, is to talk to your riders and any other Uber/Lyft driver you see, particularly the ones just sitting and waiting at the RAA. They seem oblivious to the fact that they will have $7.25 deducted from their fare before they pick up their rider.

Ask them if they’ve heard of TRYP Rides. If they have not yet registered for a free account, offer that by giving them your referral link or ID/code (whatever you created for yourself when you registered).

You are registered already, right? If not, do THAT before talking to anyone.

Next, you’ll join the FB group with your referral ID/code so you can learn what’s going on and where things stand. Comment; ask questions; get familiar with the content and check the Files link.

NOW download the TRYP Rides app. There is an area of share buttons under your referral link or ID/code and that is probably the best way to share the app with anyone.

Don’t forget to let people know it’s not yet operational in The ATL, but it’s coming. So keep thinking “How many rides do I want to earn $0.40 cents from?

Caveat: It could just be my phone (LG Stylo 4), but when I downloaded the app, it caused Uber and Waze to lag and simply not work. I have a feeling it’s my phone and it’s not even a year old yet. BUT, download the TRYP app anyway to see what it looks like and locate your referral code and the share buttons and get busy!

For “Uber Tubbers” who have thousands of Uber/Lyft drivers/riders as subscribers

Since I’ve started doing more FB Lives and uploading to YT before embedding to this site, I’ve stumbled upon some internet “personalities” in the Uber/Lfyt space and two things happened today.

First, I got my FIRST 2 comments on a video I uploaded yesterday! And one of them was from Wyman’s Musical Rideshare

Second, I saw another video that had a screenshot of someone’s laptop which caused me to look for that particular “personality.” I listened to what he had to say and this was my response (as it will apply to anyone else who has NO SKIN in the game and isn’t even trying to believe there’s a new game coming to a city near YOU!)

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