Put stickers on your car and make money from it?
I’m going to answer all these questions right now so you can make an informed decision and know exactly what you’re getting yourself into.
Stickr is a company that helps advertisers businesses by placing stickers on vehicles it’s essentially turning your car into a moving billboard.
Stickr takes orders from clients who want to get their business noticed by more people than others and Stickr pays people like you to put a sticker or a business logo on the back of your car.
This way when you’re driving around the road these businesses are going to be seen by a lot more people.
Here’s how it works. You pay a membership fee which is about $7.99 to $9.99 per month – you also have to pay for the stickers to join a campaign.
You then pay a one-time fee of $3.29, there’s also other upgrades you can pay for like receiving double the revenue each month and that’s going to cost you an additional $30 a month.
So you could easily pay over $50 just to get started with stickr.co – usually not a great sign when someone says pay me first so I can pay you.
Anyways once you paid, you select the company that you want to advertise for and Stickr is going to send you a decal in the mail. You then put that decal on the back window of your car and the first day you take pictures of the decal on the window and verify that you’re participating.
Stickr’s website provides you with the word, so in this case firework, which you must write down on a piece of paper you can take a picture of your car that includes a clear visual of your details and that piece of paper and then you upload that photo on stickr.co you have a 36 hour window to upload your photos and verify the decal on your window.
If you forget to verify within that 36 hour window at the beginning of each month you don’t get paid for that month. Also it doesn’t matter how much you drive in that month you won’t be compensated anymore for that you can literally leave your car in the dark garage all month and you’ll get paid the exact same.