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The 'click here' should be a hyper link to a web page with your referral script. You can find free referral scripts on various sites such as or . I use an amazing script that I had put together by a programmer. It cost me $1,600 but you can use it for free and make money while doing so -- no kidding. It is easy to implement. You can see how it works by visiting and clicking on the 'Tell a Friend' link. If you want to use it too, go to: >
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So get out there and set up a tell-a-friend script now and get those word of mouth referrals via one of the best viral marketing techniques available.

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