As you know, I shop online. A lot. If you are anything like me (or even if you are just the casual e-shopper), you should consider signing up for iGive.
When you sign up, you’ll be instructed to download something for your browser. Don’t worry, it’s safe. Just be sure to download it on the computer where you do most of your online shopping. I personally use iGive in my Chrome browser – it’s a quick and easy plugin that runs in the background while I shop.
How do you know it’s working? There’s this little icon:
And when I browse to an eligible store, I get a note saying how much I am sending my charity:
There’s a small triangle in the bottom of the screen too:
Another great thing is, when you refer people to the service, both your charity and their charity will get $5. It might not be much, but it definitely adds up. I’d be very grateful if you used my referral link… and if you don’t have a charity of choice, I know the John and Amy Mewhiney Cancer Foundation would greatly appreciate your support!
I am not sure if iGive can be used in conjunction with cash back sites, but to be honest, I am okay with that. The John and Amy Mewhiney Cancer Foundation can probably use those extra dollars better than I could, anyway.
Please let me know if you have any questions or need help with anything. I am pretty new to iGive, but we can learn together!
Have you already been using iGive? What do you think of the service?