My referral links are marked like this.
My social media referral
Tired of Twitter and the recent shenanigans? Try post instead. Join the waiting list with my referral link here.
My toilet roll referral
Do a little bit for the planet and buy unbleached bamboo toilet roll instead of paper toilet roll. Bamboo grows faster than trees, so it can be replenished more quickly.
Use my Naked Sprout referral to get a discount of £2.50. I’ll get a discount of £2.50 when you place an order. Think of the 27,000 trees per day  we’ll help save from being flushed!
My web host referrals
Need a web host? Try one of these:
- DreamHost: I’ll get $200 if you sign up with my link. Lucky me! You’ll get the same for each person you refer successfully, too.
- Digital Ocean: If you sign up with my link, you’ll get $100 in credit over 60 days. Once you’ve spent $25 with Digital Ocean, I’ll get $25. There is no limit to the amount of credit to be earned through referrals. Everyone who uses my referral link will get the same deal for each successful referral they make, too.
My Refind referral
Do you want an account with Refind?
Then look no further than my Refind referral link.
We will get a lovely bonus of 20 coins apiece. Bargain!
My mobile phone provider referral
Looking for a new mobile phone provider?
Switch to SMARTY – the simple, honest mobile network with low costs, transparent pricing and flexible deals – and we’ll both get £10 Gift Cards when you do. Use my Smarty referral link to benefit us both!
My coffee referral
Do you like delicious coffee? Would you like to be sent delicious coffee, tailored to your brew method, regularly?
If so, subscribe to Pact, an online provider of said delicious coffee, using my Pact referral link.
We will each get £5 credited to our respective accounts. Isn’t that nice?
My password manager referral
Too many passwords to remember? Can’t think of a new one? Take the hassle out of it by using LastPass.
Give my LastPass referral link a whirl, and we’ll each get a month for free. Nice.
- National Geographic (2010) 27,000 trees a day used for toilet tissue, http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/2010/04/16/27000_trees_a_day_used_for_toilet_tissue/; accessed 2021