ShopKeep exists to help small businesses succeed by easily collecting the information that they need to make impactful decisions.

This premise is what ShopKeep was founded on, and continues to be the guiding principle by which we operate. As an extension of that, we are a true small business advocate that provides support, advice, and serves as a guide – very much in the way that small business owners often seek from one another.

You may be wondering what exactly that has to do with the topic of this post – referrals? The answer is everything. In speaking with our customers, we’ve found that the majority of small business owners enlist the help of their neighbors when making decisions about their business. The same rings true when deciding on the right point of sale system. In fact, most of our customers discovered ShopKeep through recommendation from friends or fellow small business owners. Although many of them have earned rewards for referring new customers, many others have simply advocated for ShopKeep by word-of-mouth without actually submitting referrals in a traceable manner, thus missing out on our referral rewards.


How it works

With that information, we went back to the drawing board and simplified our referral program to make it more beneficial for all advocates of ShopKeep. Our new program has no bounds on who can refer a new customer and we have tripled the reward, giving $150 to anyone who refers a new paying customer. So simply put, anyone can refer a business to ShopKeep and earn $150 when that business becomes a paying ShopKeep customer.


How to submit referrals

Submitting a referral is super easy and can be done in any of the following ways:

  1. You can use this super simple tool to share with a friend via Facebook, Twitter, or email.
  2. Or you can call our Point of Sale Specialists and submit your referral personally!

We want to help businesses Take Back Main Street. Help us do that, and we will reward you for continuing to support small business and ShopKeep!

Paul Nugent

Paul Nugent

Paul Nugent is a small business advocate who uses his background in the startup space, along with his POS system expertise, to allow small business owners to make informed decisions within their specific budgets.