How to Earn Good KarmaOctober 10, 2015
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of AmazingKarma.com for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Do you believe in karma?! You know what I mean: the concept of “what goes around, comes around”? Well, I do and I want to share with you all a fun new website that is trying to spread good karma! It involves Karma Cards & being accountable and it sounds like so much fun! Amazing Karma Gives away 200K Free Karma Cards. Here is how it works:
- Sign up at AmazingKarma.com! If you sign up right now, you will get 40 Karma Cards to get started!
- You will receive Green Karma Cards and Red Karma Cards. Register the cards you receive and pass them on to others! Acknowledge good deeds (kindness, honesty, etc.) by handing out a Green Karma Card. Expose a negative action (meanness, dishonesty, etc.) by handing out a Red Karma Card.
- The website will accept registrations of both Red & Green Cards, and will award you a positive Karma Point for each card you register.
- As you pass your cards out to others and they register the cards, they receive a karma point and so do you! Everyone who has ever registered that card receives a point!
- The points earned keep accumulating! Now, here’s the cool part: your Karma Points are redeemable as donations to registered charities or as gift cards.
Here’s a cool fact: As the cards you registered keep being passed on, the points you accumulate are tracked and mapped worldwide in your free AmazingKarma.com account! You can simply log on and get a status update of your karma points!! Remember that each Karma Point is worth 1 penny in Karma Cash!
Here’s a quick math exercise! When you sign up, you will get 40 Karma Cards. You register the Cards and pass them on. If each of the 40 Cards is registered 200 times, then you have earned $80! How cool! This is all just by being accountable and recognizing the actions of others!
Here’s a fun video that explains more!
Isn’t this a fun concept? I love the idea of being accountable and trying to do the right thing! I totally believe in karma… I try to be honest, accountable, reliable, considerate, thoughtful. If I find something on the floor that someone left behind, I try to always bring it to a Lost & Found! I try to always hold the door open for others, especially the elderly. I try to be considerate and thoughtful of other’s feelings! I’m so excited to get my karma cards and start handing them out!!
Are you ready to get started? For ONLY a limited time, Amazing Karma is giving away 5,000 free Karma Card packs with 40 Karma Cards in each pack! However, only the people that sign up now on the pre-launch landing page will receive the FREE Karma Cards! Visit the page below to get your FREE Cards!
Amazing Karma Gives away 200K Free Karma Cards
This does look like an interesting concept. I will have to look into it further. Thanks for sharing
Yes, it is such a fun concept! And it’s so cool that you can redeem your points for gift cards!
Thanks for visiting, Tammy!
OH nice. I do believe in karma it doesn’t always come back right away but it comes back to you. I will be checking this out!
It’s a really cool idea- definitely check it out! Thanks for stopping by, Kita!
What a fun idea for karma! I know sometimes kids can have a problem visualizing how Karma can work out but this is a great way to do that. I had no idea an app like this existed.
Yes, it sounds like a great idea! Thanks for visiting, Vera!
What a fun way to help those who are in need. The Amazing Karma sounds like a really nice concept. I want to join and I want to take advantage of the 5,000 free Karma Card.
Yes, it is definitely worth checking out! Thanks for visiting!
Sounds like a great concept. Will check out their site for sure especially with the free card incentive
Yes.. good idea! Thanks for stopping by, Jennifer!
This sounds like a really cool concept! I’ve definitely never heard of this site before. Honesty and accountability are two very important values that I try to instill in my own children – they are definitely important traits in a socially responsible adult!
Yes, I agree that a socially responsible adult needs to be honest and accountable, among other things! This site is a great way to recognize the positive actions of others! Thanks for stopping by, Jaime!
I would love to try this out! I want to get my free karma cards and hand them out to people! 🙂
Fun, right? Definitely check it out, Miriam! Thanks for visiting!