Saturday, 31 August 2013

Thought of the Day



"Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education alone will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan 'press on' has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race."-John Calvin Coolidge

How to get people to sign up for your email list








Yesterday, I published a guide on creating autoresponder letters and today I received this message from Allyn Cutts of the Cutts Group, llc. Since this sounds like a sequel to my post, I decided to use it as such and without editing. Enjoy!



"With online businesses, it is important for you to understand how to get people to sign up for your email list in order to reach your target market.

You can create a sign up page where you can compile the mailing list and also explain to the subscribers in detail the advantages they will get.

-->> You should make sure that the sign up procedure is easy and avoid asking too much information like phone numbers and addresses. The less information you ask from the subscribers that more likely they will sign up for your email list. You can ask for the first names so that you can personalize each email that you send out.

Another way to get people to sign up is by offering gifts or something that will be valuable to your subscribers. Most people will be attracted by free items as long as they appear to add a lot of value, such as a video course, ebook or short report.

Need help putting together your mailing list strategy? Call me today!

All The Best,

Allyn Cutts
Cutts Group, llc

P.S. Do you know how often to mail your list? I do! Call me to find out more.

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Friday, 30 August 2013

A Brief Guide to Creating an AutoResponder Letter




This blog post is based on a guide I received from TrafficWave.net as part of my subscription to its autoresponder services.


What is an AutoResponder?

An AutoResponder is a means for online marketers to automate repetitive sales tasks, build and manage multiple prospect lists, and send out regular articles, updates, and announcements. A marketer can also use it to automate the process of list building, follow up with prospects, and close more sales.

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How to build a list of targeted prospects

To build a list of targeted prospects, the first step is to create 5 to 7 messages about your offer (product, service, or opportunity) and add them to your AutoResponder Campaign. You may set them to go out every 2 days.

(N.B.: The average number of messages for successful marketers is 5 to 9. However you may use more letters or less, depending on your need.)

Now, let’s see a simple guideline for you to create follow-up letters:

Message 1: Sent Out Immediately

In this message thank subscribers for requesting your information. Then give them a brief history about yourself and an overview of your offer

In this message, as in subsequent ones, don’t forget to include a “call to action.” It is a link to your website, your name and email address, and a phone number so critical to the success of your messages as it lets prospects know what to do next and how to do it. (ask for further details, an order, more information.)
Check my TrafficWave.net AutoResponder features page

Message 2: Day 3

In this message, give a brief reminder of your first message and the benefits of your offer. Let subscribers know how different it is from others.


Message 3: Day 5.

In this message include some testimonials from your company or a little personal story. Alternatively, you may also share success stories and testimonials from other users of your offer. If you are promoting an affiliate plan, let subscribers know how others are building their income with it.

Check how entertainers use TrafficWave.net

Message 4: Day 7

In this message, focus on one particular feature of your offer, e.g. how it can help make or save money, increase productivity, lose weight, etc. Offer to answer questions and provide support.   

Check how restaurants use TrafficWave.net

Message 5: Day 9

This is the moment to be a little more personal. Let your prospects know that you are available to offer any possible help. Profit to thank your prospects again for requesting your information and assure them that you are a real human being ready to help them succeed.

Check how affiliate marketers use TrafficWave.net

Message 6: Day 11

In this message stress another set of features of your offer and share a few more testimonials from others or from your own experiences with your offer. Briefly review some of the details you have shared in previous letters.

Check how publishers use TrafficWave.net

Message 7: Day 13

In this message, you may ask for some feedback from your prospects. Let them know how it has been a pleasure sending them information and express the hope it has been helpful to them. Ask for any concerns they may have or what might be the reason for not accepting your offer. Thank them for having agreed to receive your information and assure them of your availability to answer any questions they may have.

This may bring in some feedback in which people could share some concerns or reveal why they can’t accept your offer at this time.


Check how Network Marketers use TrafficWave.net

Now You’re Ready To Go

Now load the letters into your AutoResponder Campaign to begin advertising to attract prospects to your offer that your AutoResponder will follow up for you. Know that to get people to give you their name and email address and request your information, you must give them something compelling in return.

This could be information on how to start and profit from a home based business, tips on how to better protect one’s identity, weight loss tips, nutritional information or information on how to promote a web site or create a blog and monetize it.

You can now focus your advertising on your lead capture pages so that people will request more information from you. It is important not to try to sell them up front yet but just focus on capturing their information. You can use the follow up later to close the sale.

Here is the magic of AutoResponders: as people fill out your subscription forms or email your AutoResponder to request your offer, their information is captured in your database.

Then your AutoResponder goes to work sending out your sales message so that for the next two weeks, your prospects will be receiving them. The sweetness of it is that you don’t have to remember to send them out nor worry about which prospect has received which letter. Your AutoResponder does all that by working for you behind the scenes.

Check how Retailers use TrafficWave.net

 A word of caution

But this isn’t reason to go to sleep. Now is the time to focus on:
  1. Continuing to advertise to get more prospects in to your AutoResponder
  2. Using the feedback from prospects to adjust the contents of your letters.
Let’s espouse a little bit on this second point. Should your prospects constantly have a question about an aspect of your offer, you need to make changes or additions to your message in that direction. Remember, any concern expressed is an occasion to give your prospects more information and increase your subscriber list for better business.

Check how Web Designers use TrafficWave.net

Thursday, 29 August 2013

Thought of the Day



"A leader is someone who is ahead of the pack. Even if it is only by one inch. They are doing, or have done, what they want or expect others to do. They are not watchers nor do they wait around. They take action...proper action....a lot of proper action! And they never give up!"
-Jack M. Zufelt

Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Should Failures be the End of our Dreams?



Today I set out to write a post about how our failures should fuel our determination to succeed instead of discouraging us into abandoning our dreams. But going through my Thoughts of the Day to look for quotes to sprinkle throughout the text, I found myself laden with quite a number of them. The only alternative then use them all with minimal comments.

Failure is a stimulant

Failure is indisputably a part of life. A very conspicuous part anyway. But what should be paramount in our minds is summed up in this African Ewe-Ge-Mina (my ethnic group) proverb: “Don’t turn where you fell into a bed.” This is what some great thinkers are also telling us:

“Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.” - Dale Carnegie

“Failure is success if we learn from it.” ~ Malcolm Forbes

"Don't be afraid to fail. Don't waste energy trying to cover up failure. Learn from your failures and go on to the next challenge. It's OK to fail. If you're not failing, you're not growing."-H. Stanley Judd

Action defeats failure

Heaven helps those who help themselves is also a proverb which exists in my language as “Lift your load onto your knee and God will hoist it onto your head.” What do some great thinkers say?

"The common conception is that motivation leads to action, but the reverse is true - action precedes motivation. You have to 'prime the pump' and get the juices flowing, which motivates you to work on your goals. Getting momentum going is the most difficult part of the job, and often taking the first step...is enough to prompt you to make the best of your day." -Robert J. McKain

"Success...seems to be connected with action. Successful men keep moving. They make mistakes, but they don't quit." -Conrad Hilton

"Do not wait; the time will never be 'just right.' Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along." -Napoleon Hill

"The only difference between success and failure is the ability to take action."
-Alexander Graham Bell

Achievement seems to be connected with Action. Successful men and women make mistakes, but they keep on trying and never quit! (F5MMillinaire’s club newsletter)

"Don't tell yourself the lie that you can't do it. The truth is you CAN but you don't because you're afraid..." ― Anthony Robbins

Keep on keeping on

Sometimes we take action upon action in our determination to succeed but see no results. And then we quit. What however is the wisest thing to do? Here are answers from some great minds:

“The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.” - Vince Lombardi

"The only thing that stands between a man and what he wants from life is often merely the will to try it and the faith to believe that it is possible." - Richard M. DeVos

"The odds are with us if we keep on trying." - Keith DeGreen

"If you could get up the courage to begin, you have the courage to succeed." -David Viscott

"The person determined to achieve maximum success learns the principle that progress is made one step at a time. A house is built a brick at a time. Football games are won a play at a time. A department store grows bigger one customer at a time. Every big accomplishment is a series of little accomplishments."
-David Joseph Schwartz

"If I were asked to give what I consider the single most useful bit of advice for all humanity it would be this: Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life and when it comes, hold your head high, look it squarely in the eye and say, 'I will be bigger than you. You cannot defeat me.'"
-Ann Landers

"What happens is not as important as how you react to what happens." -Thaddeus Golas

"I was once asked if a big business man ever reached his objective. I replied that if a man ever reached his objective he was not a big business man." -Charles M Schwab

“My strategy in life is simple: I make up for a profound lack of talent by refusing to quit. That's enabled me to accomplish almost every goal I've set for myself – from winning a high school state championship in water polo (when I joined the team I had to play goalie because I could barely swim)… to achieving academic goals (I must be one of the few people with dyslexia to pursue a career as a writer)… ...to building relationships (my wife broke up with me six times)… to building this business (early in my career, Bill Bonner, who is now my
business partner, called me "hopeless").
It's amazing what you can accomplish if you simply refuse to quit.” ― Porter Stansberry

"The majority of men meet with failure because of their lack of persistence in creating new plans to take the place of those which fail. Persistence is to the character of man as carbon is to steel. - Napoleon Hill

"Whatever you do, never quit this business … you can do it." Quotation copied from an email message sent me by an internet marketer Franks Salinas.

"There is no sudden leap into the stratosphere...There is only advancing step by step, slowly and tortuously, up the pyramid toward your goals..." -Ben Stein

"Many Huge Success's Were Built On Many Small Failures! Never have regrets, Always have learning experiences and learn from those who are already successful." ~ Paul Nulty

Dream, Dream, Dream

Persistence or perseverance can help us succeed only if it is sustained by an unwavering dream. Do wise people agree?

"When you think big, your results are big." -Thomas J. Vilord

"The greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind." -William James

“There are many ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as if everything is” – Albert Einstein.

Conclusion

My conclusion is a call to action. What’s the use in giving a person instructions to carry out a task without giving them the tools to accomplish them?

P.S.:
Have you failed online, obtained only limited success, been afraid to try or never even thought of venturing into such a business? Don’t worry. On this site you can find many different profitable business opportunities I’ve carefully selected to help you succeed online. Whether it is affiliate marketing, matrixes, advertising, traffic exchanges, teams, list building, blogging, webinars, marketing, payment processing, etc. you only need to take a tour, send me a mail at akolipenoukou@gmail.com, give me a call on +228 92566652 or get me on skype (ID: akolipenoukou) and you’d be served.

Thought of the Day



"When you think big, your results are big." -Thomas J. Vilord

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

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Thought of the Day



"The common conception is that motivation leads to action, but the reverse is true - action precedes motivation. You have to 'prime the pump' and get the juices flowing, which motivates you to work on your goals. Getting momentum going is the most difficult part of the job, and often taking the first step...is enough to prompt you to make the best of your day." -Robert J. McKain

Monday, 26 August 2013

Thought of the Day



The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand. Vince Lombardi

How similar are Blog Visitors and Followers and a Business’ Clientele?



Staring at the photos this morning of some of my 260 blog followers on Google+ who make me feel real good, I had the idea to dedicate a special thought to them. “Why?” one may ask. It was while searching for the answer that the idea occurred to me how similar blog visitors and followers and a business’ clientele were.

First, let’s look at how useful clients are to a business.

They let the business owner feel good

Imagine opening a shop and seeing not even a fly buzz in? You’d feel the most unwanted person in the world. So, clients let the business owner feel good since they don’t let him have the impression that his brainchild is not appreciated. I should know because I’ve kept a shop before!

A business needs clients to survive

Second, a business needs clients to survive. This is obvious because no sales, no business. And it’s the clients who bring the money. Some people think that it is the advertising. No. otherwise we would never talk of failed advertising. That technique only tells clients where they can have their needs satisfied but it is the clients who freely decide who to give their money to. And the more clients give you their money the more you keep you head out of water.

Clients keep a business in activity

This idea is linked to the former. By buying from it clients keep a business active. If a business doesn’t expand at all and finally fades away it is because it had no clients to keep it going. If another expands slowly it’s due to the clients who are not bringing in enough activity. But a very busy business is the one with a whole lot of clients.

Clients keep the business moving on through diversification

Clients give a business direction by suggesting new additions to the existing stock. No doubt some businesses put suggestion boxes at the disposal of their clientele. Keeping a blog is another great idea for a business to get feedback from its clients. The more the business satisfies its clients’ needs the more diversified it will be and the more growth it will have.

Some clients become friends of the business owner

Imagine beginning a business from your garage, living room or even from a small shop and imagine still having some of the earlier clients as buyers. How do you think will be the relationship between the business owner and these people? One of endearing friendship. And why not, even business partners. This is how some clients become friends of the business owner.

Now, let’s consider how useful blog followers and visitors are to a blog and its owner.

Followers and visitors let the blog owner feel good

Imagine running a blog for months and having not even a single person peer at it. You’d feel the most worthless blogger in the blogosphere. Anytime I have another Google+ follower, I feel like an athlete who’d won a heated race. Thank you dear followers for letting me feel so good since you don’t give me the impression that I’m not preaching in the desert.

A blog needs followers and visitors to survive

This is because no followers and visitors no motivation for the blogger to continue. Besides, it’s the visitors who bring the money. Here also it’s not really the blogger’s magic which bring the sales. Otherwise how come 97-98% of bloggers fail? Does it mean only 3-2% have the Midas touch? Good useful content bring the followers and the visitors but I think it is grace when they buy from you instead of all those great bloggers who came before you.

Followers and visitors keep a blog in activity

By subscribing to a blog, following it and buying from it, followers and visitors keep a blog active. If a blog doesn’t grow at all and finally fades away it is because it had followers and visitors to keep it active. If another expands slowly it’s due to the followers and visitors who are not bringing in enough activity (comments, subscription, sales, etc.). But a very busy blog is the one with a multitude of followers and visitors.

Followers and visitors keep the blog moving on through diversification

Comments by blog visitors suggest new topics for the blogger to write about. That’s why it’s essential for every blog to have forms for visitors to subscribe to posts and comments and to subscribe to follow by Email. The precious feedback from their visitors will enable a blogger satisfy their needs and be part of the famous two percenters.

Some followers and visitors become friends of the blog owner

Imagine me seeing some of my present followers in a few years from now still following my blog, and especially contributing to it through comments and suggestions, how do you think will our relationship be? That of friendship. This is how some followers and visitors have evolved from those positions to contributors, clients or dear friends of well-established blogs.

So, thank you my dear blog followers and visitors. See you soon as contributors, clients or dear friends and why not, all three at the same time!

Sunday, 25 August 2013

Blogging is Easy



More and more and day after day I find myself questioning the thoughtless use of the word “easy” to qualify online or home business jobs or anything to do with them.

Let’s take my today’s tasks for instance.

I slept towards 3 am this morning after working on my computer businesses all day yesterday. I set my cell phone’s alarm at 6 am, knowing fully well that it wasn’t realistic. When I managed to get up at 8, I wondered if the alarm had gone off at all and if it had whether it was I or my wife who had put it off. She was still sleeping so I shrugged and went into the living room where I work.

Crazy as it might seem, I find myself running four blogs (“It’s easy to make money at home” on blogger and three others with Fanbox, Empower Network and IMGlobal on wordpress), with three others in the offing (Blogging with John Chow, GVO and About me).

In effect I had myself signed up for the blogger.com blog. Once when I realized someone on the swom.com social site kept four blogs, I asked him how on earth he managed them as my only one was proving a headache making me bury my earlier idea of creating more blogs.

However blogger.com blocked my blog for issues with my profile. When all attempts to get my blog back failed and then I saw an ad to create a blog with John Chow (whom I knew was a highly respected blogger), I coldn’t but seize the opportunity but sadly have not exploited it yet.

As for fanbox, an online friend had suggested it to me as a free website which pays you for sharing your ideas, photos and videos. What better could someone like me looking for money to speed up my online business look for than such an easy (how this word keeps popping up!) money-making opportunity! So I signed up and only took a mild interest in it until daily messages kept on showing in my box from the fanbox team telling me how much I was earning a day doing nothing and how what huge amounts I could earn taking an active part in the community. So, I did and just for occasionally posting to my blog or advertising other people’s blogs on the site, I earn $18 a day sometimes. Some people easily get hundreds of dollars a day and thousands a month. My coach earned over $5000 last month and has got over $300,000 since she began. Anybody interested? Contact me for an account.

Empower Network and IMGlobal however gave me websites when I became their affiliates and I’ve just begun using them when I realized what powerful weapons they are to earn with those networks and build other businesses too.

GVO is in the same bag as Empower Network and IMGlobal but setting up the blog keeps me procrastinating. The person who had got me involved in Fanbox is the same who asked me to sign up for the free personal About.me blog.

With so many blogs, I found myself going the easy route: posting the same content on them even though I could run them through article spinners to change them a bit. I was also losing sight of which article went on which site so today I decided to keep my house in order.

So, after checking my email boxes, I began organizing my articles into categories:
Blog article ideas

In this group, I put all articles I had planned to write. Some of them were mere titles, others were ideas copied from Google research or elsewhere online. To organize them into a whole, I was obliged to copy hundreds from my desktop computer (which I rarely use nowadays) and mesh them with those on my laptop. Putting them into subcategories nearly made me give up the work as some defied classes!

Completed blog articles

These are and would be articles that I had written but not yet posted to any site. There were not many. To vary my articles, I’ve decided to use spinners. With the internet one must work smart not hard.

Posted blog articles

These are the ones that I had already put up on the various sites. While some are on all the sites, others are not. So, I had to go to each site, copy down the articles and indicate in the body to which sites they had been posted. Apparently easy task but really time-consuming.

Blog posts to It’s easy, Empower Network, IMGlobal and Fanbox

I created these files for posts on each of the four sites. Checking the sites and the Posted blog posts file took hours. Some files were online and not on record and vice versa and reconciling them nearly made me go crazy.

I took a break for lunch and a rare siesta.

Evenings are when I write and posts to my sites. I got to work after a hurriedly munched supper finishing off the morning’s work. And when I was ready to write my post, I realized that it was already 8 pm.

Again I wondered why people say that writing a blog post takes only a few minutes. Some even say 15 or at most 30. If me, a trained writer cannot do that in less than two hours, how come non professionals could in that short time? Or, is my professionalism the impediment, causing me to write according to laid down principles? I don’t know but I would like to hear from those able to write a blog post and put it online in less than an hour. That would be edifying.

It’s now 10.51 pm exactly, almost three hours since I started writing this post but it isn’t even finished yet.

So, is blogging easy?

I don’t think so. But if you think otherwise, why don’t you let us in on your secret? It could make life easier for some of us.  

Thought of the Day



Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success. Dale Carnegie

Saturday, 24 August 2013

What are the Four Important Parts of a Blog Post?



Although this post is based on information from one of the Empower Network Core Commitments labelled Blog Daily, I think the details are true for any blog post.

1. The Title

The title is what your post is about. It should be a short sentence. Anyone reading it should have an idea what the post is about. Avoid using All CAPS and avoid using special characters such as - * % @ etc.; this will create a poor permalink.

2. The Body

The best length for a blog post is 500-700 words. This is supposed to be the maximum attention span of most blog readers.

The body of a blog should have short paragraphs, quotes, and be sprinkled with the site’s keywords. Use the blog platform’s editing options to bold, italicize and make your post visually appealing.

Talking of appeal, one should also add photos or a video, if possible from YouTube that helps the blogger to make their point clearer. Don’t forget to give credit if the photo, video is coming from a source other than yours.

If you are taking your post from somewhere else or if you are quoting someone, it is a good idea to reference the source and post a link to the original author’s article.

One more thing: to write good content, don’t hesitate to check how good bloggers write. Visit their blog, learn what they write, study their style but above all be yourself!

3. The Call to Action

The ‘call to action’ is a powerful blogging tool enabling you to promote a link, a service, a product, or another thing. It is a link inserted into the blog post, telling the blog visitors to check it to visit a page outside the blog. So, the blogger can use it to ask the visitor to share your post, leave a comment, purchase a service or a product the post is talking about. As a concrete example, there is a call to action at the end of this post, asking you to check my Empower Network affiliate capture or sales page.

People using a blog (like the Empower Network blog) to promote a digital or a physical product should not ignore the Call to Action. This will enable readers land on the page where they will have more information about the products and if necessary, purchase them. What about those using their Empower Network or any other blog to express their personal thoughts to the world? They could ask their readers to share their post in addition to using social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc.). Obviously without a call to action you can’t expect anything from your readers than their clicking away from your post and moving on to another task on their minds.

4. The Tags
Tags are a group of words separated by a comma that describe what a post is about. While both tags and keywords help sort information from Search Engines, the latter are often related to the blog site, that is, what the website is about. That can be generated using Google AdWords.

Just like keywords, a post’s tags could be 5-7 words. In the Empower Netwrok blog and other wordpress blogs, tags can be located to the lower right hand side of the posting area. If you’re writing a post about the Empower Network, for example, your tags could be: empower network, blogging system, blog daily, online marketing, make money blogging.

If you follow these four parts, your blog posts will bring visitors. The trick really is to write good, quality, original content. Those are the magic words that help you attract traffic to your blog like iron filings to a magnet.

But to make your blog popular, you need to blog daily. Consistency is a must if you want to succeed in blogging.

Now, what should you blog about?

Opinions vary and differ. Experts in the internet marketing niche advise that you blog only about your blog’s ‘topic.’ But that’s not the Empower Network’s idea. Based on experience, they think you must write about whatever you want, like you, your passions, your ideas, and what makes you tick and people will read them ravenously.

Do you want to blog on Empower Network? Or become an affiliate? Click here

Thought of the Day



"Nothing can add more power to your life than concentrating all your energies on a limited set of targets."
-Nido Qubein

Friday, 23 August 2013

Review of my Primary Company SFI




My primary company is SFI which stands for Strong Future International, and is part of a group.

What are the various entities in this group?


1. SFI

 



For the entities, we will start with SFI itself whose parent company has been around since 1985. They’re in over 190 countries worldwide and between 3,000 and 6,000 people join it free daily.



2. Tripleclicks







Tripleclicks (TC) is the easy, quick, simple, and easy to sell your unwanted stuff for cash (or even for great products)! It even enables you to hold your very own online garage sale!

As an SFI affiliate, you are an automatic TC affiliate and can use it to clean out your closets, attic, and garage. You can list and sell dozens or even hundreds of items
Do you love garage sales? TC is building the world’s largest ONLINE garage sale!
* Snatch bargains for pennies on the dollar
* New items added hourly
* Collectibles and hard-to-find items
* Gadgets and gear available nowhere else
* Crazy-priced closeouts
* Sell your own unwanted stuff too for quick cash!




3.  E-Commerce Associate (ECA) Program 





Instantly sell more 

...by plugging your products and services into TripleClicks ECA so that your business can go global! With ECA you’ll reach millions of potential global customers on one of the fastest growing, international e-commerce sites on the Web.

Do you want ECA to put the marketing muscle of over 100,000 SFI affiliates to work for you, promoting and selling your products and services in over 20,000 cities in over 190 countries? Then simply sign up, submit your products and services, and get ready to take orders! It's quick, simple, and there's no risk because you pay nothing unless we get you sales.


 
4. Add Commisions with PriceBenders



With PriceBenders you're not selling a typical product or service but simply TCredits used for bidding. As an SFI affiliate, each time someone buys a pack of TCredits for bidding, you'll get commissions! Like other affiliates since day one, let Pricebenders boost your paychecks.

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5. SFIPPA
This is another optional, supplemental income program available to all SFI affiliates. You earn income here by getting others to take actions–such as filling out forms.
So each time you generate a qualified SFIPPA action, you'll earn a bounty. For the moment only two SFIPPAs are available (but SFI has more in the pipelines):

1. SFI AFFILIATE SIGN-UPS

 



Bounty: Up to $12 for each qualified sign-up

2. TC MEMBER SIGN-UPS

 



Bounty: Up to $5 for each qualified sign-up


Check it here
Or here, FREE


6. IAHBE
The International Association of Home Business Entrepreneurs (IAHBE)  gives you access to ALL the tips, expert advice, and step-by-step instruction on getting your business in profit mode—in addition to $1,000 in FREE business resources!

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Why is SFI my Primary Company?

SFI is my primary company because it is one of the first affiliate network companies that I joined. It is also the first to give me not only hope but a commission. Other points which endear SFI to me are:

  • It's free to get started.
    * They're in over 190 countries worldwide.
    * You can do everything from home on your computer.
    * You have 24-hour support.
    * You receive Free training and free Website.
    * They're growing rapidly and there's lots of money to be made (I have made only a
         little up to now however).

How does SFI work?

SFI affiliates are asked to visit their homepage daily and do their eleven daily tasks, that is to check information labelled under these tabs and after click the tab indicating they have checked the information and win what they call versa points which determine one’s monthly stutus: · 

* Win it! (Daily Grand) which can make you win versa points, affiliates, etc
* Ask SC (where you submit questions to the SFI Community, vote up the best
   answers and add your own answers too.
* Goals (where you set goals and review them regularly because this is critical for
   becoming successful).
* Growth (which lists the SFI global growth report, yesterday’s top enrollers, people
   who have achieved the various status [Newest E365 Class Champ, Newest Fast-
   Tracker, Newest EA—Executive Affiliate—Newest Bronze TL—Team Leader—
   Newest Silver TL, Newest Gold TL and Newest Platinum TL] in SFI, the day’s
   enrolments, etc.)
* Movers (which displays photos and details of your most active affiliates so that you
   can encourage them for duplication which is one of the best ways to earn money in
   SFI).
* a2a (Affiliate to affiliate which enables SFI affiliates to network with each other)
* Scoreboard (displays the number of versa points earned up to date, your rank
   qualifications, earnings, etc.
* Tripleclicks (shows the deal of the day, Pricebenders live auctions, Upcoming
   auctions, ECA listings, Member listings, etc.)
* Stream (where you share valuable short posts (340 words max.) your recipients will
   see your posts in their own Stream tab, and read SFI corporate and Your Team
   posts).
* Tips (where you get affiliate and the days tips and quotes of the day)
* To-Do List (To build a successful SFI business, one just has to take the actions
   listed here. Each action earns you VersaPoints. The more points you earn, the higher
   your SFI commissions go!)
The Alert Page gives you the latest News and latest posts but no versa points.

Now, do you want to start a Second Income™ with the company that's first with Internet entrepreneurs? A company that:

  • Is now in our 15th successful year
  • Has paid out millions of dollars to their affiliates
  • Has 96000+ commissionable products & services
  • Operates in over 190 countries worldwide
  • Offers you World-class 24/7 support & training
  • Is a Bronze Member of Better Business Bureau
  • Can help you do everything from your computer, tablet, or smartphone
  • Enables you to start earning money within minutes and it's ALWAYS FREE.