Los Angeles, CA, January 19, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Getting Paid to Drive (gettingpaidtodrive.com) has hit another milestone, with over 2,000 drivers now enrolled in the program. The effort made in 2015 to create Team Leader (regional manager) positions to accelerate driver sign ups and advertising leads, has fared the brand well. The team leaders coordinate the drivers in their area and speak to local advertisers about the benefits of putting their brand on vehicles around town, via the decals that GettingPaidtoDrive.com creates for its customers.
GettingPaidtoDrive.com is continuing its rapid growth, with 40-50 new drivers signing up every day. A confirmation process is now in place ensure that the progam works as intended, both the driver and advertiser(s). Through the comprehensive profile creation, advertisers get a better look at details such as the types of vehicles on which their ads will be placed. Drivers can also express preference in the type of ads they want to have on their vehicle.
Advertisers are now actively signing up on the site, ranging from small local brands to nationwide franchises. Brands that can apply to a wide range of consumers, such as restaurants, service businesses, or any brand with consumer products, are among the most common advertising requests.
GettingPaidtoDrive.com has partnered with a provider of call tracking / recording services, to provide advertisers an added layer of results-tracking for each campaign. This assists the advertiser in knowing how many phone calls (or web visits) a driving campaign may produce, for the budget utilized. Getting Paid to Drive welcomes inquiries from other car advertising brands, VC firms, and any other connections involving mutually beneficial partnerships. By continually expanding the model via a variety of channels, GettingPaidtoDrive.com hopes to scale exponentially in 2016 .