No hacks, no generators, no surveys. I’ll be showing you the best way to earn free playstation codes with a blog because it’s time to face the hard truth that sites like psncore.com, psnhero.com, psnzone.com and others are scam sites. They’re legitimate-looking sites but that’s all they got. Other than their design, they aren’t giving out free psn cards including those so called, free psn code generators.
Free Playstation Gift Codes with a Blog
If you search “apps that pay” on Google, you’ll get a list of blogs that showcase various apps and programs (i.e. swagbucks, pointsprizes, etc…) For example:
What happens is that when a user visits the blog and clicks to join one of those programs, the blogger earns a little commission ($$$). This is called referring and you’ve probably seen it when joining these apps or programs. Let’s take Appnana for example:
With Appnana, you’d have to enter the invitation code manually but the result is the same. However, earning with referrals is the key to these apps and programs. Sure, you can do the surveys and offers all you want but let’s face it, we don’t have that much time especially when there are so many of them. Referrals are the key and that’s how the pros really do it.
I’m assuming you’re probably a gamer trying to find some sort of way to get a leverage on your PS4 or whatnot so, here’s what you’re going to do. You’re going to build a blog that focuses on mobile-games, leveraging their in-game currency (gold, gems, diamonds, rubies, etc…).
Nowadays, most mobile-games have one important thing in common, a premium currency that players can purchase with real money to advance in the game (Pay to win). Therefore, A LOT of players will be searching on Google on how to get these for free whether by hack, cheats, generators and whatnot. Sounds familiar doesn’t it? But we, know things like that don’t exist that’s why we’re going to build blogs, lots and lots of them towards the goal of unlimited free Playstation codes forever.
Step 1 – Find a game
Find a game to promote, one that’s new and free. If you’re on iOS, you can find new releases on the Games section where it says, “New Games We Love”. Android should have something similar.
Let’s pick Bike Unchained 2 for example. Go ahead and click on the game and scroll down and find in-app purchases
Step 2 – In-game cash
Take note of the name of the in-game cash. For Bike Unchained 2, its Obtainium.
Step 3 – Creating the blog
Go to blogspot.com and create a free account and name your blog: bikeunchained2obtainiumhack. If it’s not available then rename it, bikeunchained2obtainiumhacks. If that’s not available then try a few on the list below.
You can append anything to your blog’s name but, just make sure you have title of the game + currency in there somewhere.
Step 4 – Writing Your First Blog Post
Click on New Post and create your first blog post. You can grab a summary online and quickly rewrite it using an article spinner. But, if you want to write your own, that works too. I would suggest using the article spinner because we’re going to be creating A LOT of these blogs.
Publish the post after you’re done.
Step 5 – Rinse and Repeat
Congrats on creating your first blog. Now all you have to do is repeat these steps for the other mobile-games and watch as you earn referrals. It’s going to be a snowball effect. The more blogs you have, the more referrals you’re going to get, and the more PSN gift cards you’re gonna earn.
Don’t create New Posts though. Create an entirely new Blog with its own name.
Pro tips – Others Ways To Increase Referral Earnings Towards Free Playstation Codes Quick
Congrats on getting to the end. I hope you enjoyed and found this useful compared to those fake sites. Please like and share this post and access the pro tips below.
Did you know you can also increase your earnings by creating a Youtube video also. It’s one of the largest media website out there so get to it!
Also, if you use Facebook A LOT, you’ll notice ADs about new mobile-games that are out. That’s another chance to blog about it. It’s also one of the sources I use.
Good luck! Get those blogs out and running and start earning really free Playstation codes!