NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Takl, Inc., creator of the app platform Takl, today announced their new Takl Royalties program, a first-of-its-kind referral program that pays individuals or businesses to share Takl with others. Takl Promoters can receive a cash royalty on completed jobs for new customers whom they refer to Takl.
Individuals, businesses, organizations, gig economy workers and more can all participate, making the referral program valuable to those seeking additional revenue streams. Takl Promoters will receive 4% of the Job Fee from every chore completed by their Referral Friends for two (2) years.
“We wanted to create a one-of-a-kind referral program that exceeds all others in value and helps our users bolster their income. There’s not a single program out there like Takl Royalties, just like there’s not another app like Takl for on-demand, pre-priced home services,” said Willis Johnson, Takl Co-Founder and CEO.
“We recognize that there is increased value in word-of-mouth advertising and we want to make it easy and rewarding for our customers to get the word out. Takl Royalties is a win-win for our loyal customers and helps them help their friends and family tackle those long-overdue chores,” Johnson continued.
Takl offers several options for users to share their Takl Royalties codes including text messaging, social media posting, and email as well as print materials for sharing in stores and in person.
Takl also recently announced Kathie Lee Gifford, long-time talk show host, singer, songwriter and filmmaker, as their new spokesperson. Gifford is appearing in Takl TV commercials as well as certain digital ad platforms. Gifford co-wrote the new Takl jingle, which has been receiving heavy social media attention, with fellow Nashville songwriters Brett James and Sal Oliveri.
Takl is the app that can help with small jobs and chores in a home, retail or office setting. Takl is a national leader in on-demand home services and offers its popular pre-priced service in more than 130 metropolitan markets in 42 states. Utilizing Takl’s national network of over 60,000 providers that covers over 80% of the U.S. population, Takl users can have a provider arrive in about an hour to perform a small job or chore or they can schedule the job for a future reserved day and time. The on-demand app connects approved self-employed providers, who have passed background checks, with users who need small jobs completed. Popular small jobs include lawn care, delivery & courier services, house or office cleaning, junk removal, small repairs, hourlyday labor and Build Your Own custom job.