Referral Commissions And Compounding COMBINED Make Rev Share Sites Extremely Powerful
Hello Family 🙂 AdPack Empires don’t happen overnight. Like anything else in life, it takes work to build your rev share programs. The difference here, though, is that from AdPacks.. you can get paid for a very very long time after your “hard work” is done.
Purchase an adpack (or several of them – as many as you can, comfortably) and then use the power of leverage to build your income.
What do I mean by this? Well, your adpack isn’t going to make you rich. Far from it, in fact. Remember, all you get back from an adpack is the amount that it costed you and maybe 5% or 10% on top of that, depending on which program we’re referring to.
This, in itself, is tiny. What ISN’T tiny is the power of referral commissions and compounding.
In fact, this is so powerful it should almost be illegal. I mean – this is the easiest way a person can literally start with nothing or next to nothing and amass wealth using the power of leverage. Without referral commission and compounding – the traffic exchange would be quite boring and unprofitable.
Don’t get discouraged. Get to work!! Work on that dream of yours.
Buying ad packs is powerful. SUPER POWERFUL if you know the technique to build your AD PACK EMPIRE. Revenue-sharing sites sell ad packs.. if you have any interest in time freedom then you might want to get yourself some ad packs and learn the art of advertising on a rev share site.
Maybe you’ve seen talk of ad packs out there in the social networking world and just don’t understand anything about them quite yet. Have no fear, it is never too late.
If interested in getting email trainings on adpacks and the things that they can do to help you get what you want out of life… you can either put your name/email into the opt-in box here on this page to get your first email sent to you immediately.. OR you can just go straight to the page where I have links going to all of them, right here.
Ad packs will get you TRAFFIC and INCOME at the same time. Once you understand the “magic” behind how to use these rev share sites, you’ll be blown-away at the possibilities and want to take action, immediately!!
I am the owner of the Buy Ad Packs site (http://BuyAdPacks.com) and I made a slight change to the site today. It affects maybe 1/4 to 1/3 of the pages on my website because their direct filepath has been changed. I’ll need to wait for the search engines to re-index me so that I can get some traction with them again.
“Reviews” Turned-Into “Review”
Keywords are a big deal, here on the internet. Every different variation of a word or a set of words will bring-up a different result when you hit that search button. So it is very important to name your pages and your URL’s properly to optimize your ability to get ranked high for your words you are trying to rank for. If you don’t know what words you want to rank for, do some studying for what others are doing, that are in your niche.
Old Url: http://www.buyadpacks.com/reviews/
New Url: http://www.buyadpacks.com/review/
My BuyAdPacks REVIEW page is a second-tier page which “holds” all of the different programs’ review pages. Here is a list of some of these pages:
It will take the engines a bit to catch-up and recognize and rank these new pages, even though all I did was remove the “s” from “reviews” and made it “review”. Crazy, huh?
In the revshare industry there is a common theme that is shared with practically every single one of them. What might be this similarity be?
Revshare programs have a product. This product is ad packs. Ad Packs stands for “advertising packages”. Anybody who has read this blog should already know that. They should also know the proper way to spell it, by now, as well.
I noticed that there are also other ways that people are spelling it, though. So far, I’ve seen “add packs” and “ad pacs” out there being used.
Now, it might be possible that “add packs” and “ad pacs” have other meanings out there and I don’t care to investigate into that, much. But for sure I did notice that some people were talking about revshare programs and used these terms.. and I should say, they were misspelling them.
In the revshare world – it is Ad Packs.
Now – what you CAN do, is combine the word, and make it AdPacks. This is totally acceptable and, to some, looks better. I, myself, like to spell them that way. Maybe it is just because I feel it makes it less words. I’m not totally sure. 😉
A security = somewhere you deposit money which provides some guarantee of repaying the money back with interest. Synonyms: guarantee, collateral, bond.
Traffic Monsoon specifically indicates that when a purchase is made on Traffic Monsoon it is not a deposit, and not an investment. There is a no-refund policy. There is no guarantee of repaying the money back. There is no income guarantee whatsoever. There is no insurance, no certificate to repay borrowed money at a fixed rate of interest at a specific time. There is no “interst” because there is no rate, no time, and no principle. The potential customer is made clearly aware that their purchase is for service, and not a deposit or investment.
While it is true Traffic Monsoon offers adpack buyers to click on ads and get paid, the amount of payment for clicking on ads is not guaranteed to be any amount; only a cap is set for the maximum a customer could receive for clicking on ads, no amount given in any amount of time, rate, or period.
Therefore a purchase with Traffic Monsoon truly does not match the definition of an investment, nor does it match with the definition of security.
Since the definition of what is offered on Traffic Monsoon is not an investment/security then the buyers are not investors, but customers. Customers who buy an adpack on traffic monsoon do receive a service. They also do receive a tracking mechanism which records how much their clicking has rewarded them in order to cut those rewards off when the maximum is reached. While these customers can qualify to get paid for surfing from money paid from new or repeat customers – the underlying fact is the people making the purchase are customers and not investor because there is no guaranteed return.. no guaranteed rate.. no guaranteed interest, time, or deposit.. no principle.. it’s a straight to the point purchase which provides the buyer an advertising service.
This is creative, and to the point. There was more than enough money to pay everyone’s “pending” balance, and more than enough money to deliver all the services people had paid for through external advertising websites. The money paid to people (vast majority of members) were free members. No purchase requirements. People could get paid to view ads without making a purchase, but those who did purchase an adpack service could get paid for surfing from the profit margins UP TO a maximum cap, but no guarantee of any amount anyone would be paid for surfing in a day, week, month, year, or ever. The service was and always had been positioned on the website as a service, and clearly had been marked as not an investment. Investments promise returns. Traffic Monsoon did not promise returns. It’s truly not an investment. It paid surfers from the profit margins on ad services from customers, and did not pay “interest” promised to earlier investors with the investments of new investors. No one in truth was an investor no matter if they say they are now. Everyone confirmed to have read the terms of service and agreed to them which included a no refund policy, agreement that if someone buys a service they are buying it for the service and not as an investment, and provided no income guarantees. If you setup a banner campaign and click buy, you are buying the service and not making an investment. Investments carry guarantees of paying you your deposit back with interest. Traffic Monsoon advises buyers that when they make a purchase there is no refunds, and no promise to pay any amount whatsoever.
The Daily Revenue (Profit) Sharing Rate – Why Your “Return” Isn’t What You Should Look For – Any Fixed Percentages Won’t Work
The entire revenue sharing industry works pretty much in one way. People get paid out, supposedly, based on the company’s profits and what each affiliate is actually “worth” in terms of how many adpacks they have and how many referrals they have, and how many adpacks these referrals are purchasing.
This is all fine and dandy. Everywhere I look, though, I see people coming in to any of the revenue sharing program groups and asking “how much is the daily revenue sharing rate for this program?”
Those that care about how much the daily revenue sharing rate is – obviously don’t understand a very important thing about how a revenue sharing company (that is going to be sustainable) works.
If a company HAS a certain rate/percentage that they tell you that they are going to pay you out at each day, like clockwork.. then this is the kind of company that you don’t want to be a part of.
How come? Well, can you name me one company who can predict their own profits? No, you cannot, because it is not possible for any company to tell how much they will earn in the future. It doesn’t matter if that future is an hour, day, week, or even 5 years down the road.
Therefore, if a revenue sharing program tells you that your daily revenue share rate is a fixed percent, then they and you are both in trouble. They are in trouble for offering something that they can’t possibly hold up to and you are in trouble for believing them. This is what you would call “being unsustainable” in the rev share industry.
A rev share site can easily be sustainable if it only pays out members based on actual profits. A lot of people – for some crazy reason – feel that all rev shares are unsustainable because all they have seen is programs coming and going and they have the impression that everything has been tried already.
Another false idea is that a revshare program needs new members to be sustainable. This is wrong, too, for a revshare that is totally sustainable. Why would a revshare care how many affiliates it has or if the member base keeps on growing and putting in money? I mean, it is ok to care, but totally NOT ok to rely on that growth to sustain.
This is why fixed percentages can’t work. As the company grows and more members come in.. how can you keep paying them all that same fixed percent. It’s impossible without the outside income growing in proportion to the new affiliates.
We all know that the people that can sponsor others into programs never have a problem making money in network marketing.. particularly in rev share programs. Actually – many of these “gurus” jump from program to program and drag their people right along with them.. not caring if any of them makes or loses money each step along the way.
Knowing how to sponsor is great for earning money online – but there are alternatives to get referrals, in case you don’t want to do any of the heavy lifting. You COULD totally just automate your team-building process by buying referrals.
Ok – here’s the thing. Yes, people can earn from almost any revshare site without getting referrals (the importance of having referrals). This will always be the case. These programs wouldn’t last too long at all if they weren’t able to say that to people and let it be that way.
The truth is – the majority of people out there are afraid to recruit or simply don’t know “how” to get people to register into their program. I can totally understand this.
Heck – I remember my first experience of seeing network marketing in action.. and believe me, I was not interested in it, at all. Not even like one-half of one-half of one percent. haha
It was a big turn-off. There was no internet and people were actually out there walking around talking to people, in person!! “I would never do that”, I told myself.
Fast-forward 24 years and things are completely different. Nobody needs to go out there and do it face to face with people. The internet makes it so so simple. The internet, combined with network marketing – was a match made in heaven.
Anyways, yes, people can earn money without sponsoring others. The problem is, it isn’t much money. In a typical revshare program an adpack will get you back 110% to 120% as long as you do your daily activities (ad clicking) to remain qualified for that 24-hour time period.
That fact, above, is what appeals to the masses. The thing is.. unless you can either recruit OR you come in and purchase a bunch of adpacks, there won’t be a whole lot of earning going on.
I recommend that you find a way to get referrals for your revshare business. It will make your life much easier. Become a people person, even if you don’t actually go out and find these recruits yourself. No matter which revshare program you are involved in, you could find a site out there and actually buy referrals from that website. Some of these sites are highly sought-after and recommended by many.
Do whatever you can to get some teammates and then to work with these teammates. The entire network marketing industry is build-upon helping others to get what THEY want. Once you devote yourself to others, you can write your own check.