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GAMP’s Affiliate Marketing Program Reviewed
What is an affiliate marketing program?
Affiliate marketing is the process of earning a commission or referral fee by promoting other people’s (or company’s) products. The Amazon Associates program was the first online affiliate marketing program of its kind when it launched in 1996. Today, it is among the largest and most successful online affiliate programs. According to a study by Forrester Consulting, the affiliate marketing industry is expected to grow $6.8 billion by 2020. Nearly $7 billion… what’s your share?
GAMP – Global Affiliate Marketing Pros
To participate in GAMP’s affiliate program you subscribe and take advantage of all the sales tools and training, including full access to Cardone University. Then when you refer someone to GAMP, you receive a referral fee or commission when your customer subscribes to GAMP using your affiliate link.
The GAMP affiliate compensation is quite generous and because you earn a portion of each of your referral’s monthly subscription fee, your income continues to increase. GAMP pays 25% commission on first-tier referrals and 5% on second-tier referrals. Which simply means that you will earn 25% of the monthly subscription on anyone you personally refer and 5% on anyone that they refer.
How much money can you make as an affiliate?
Let’s look at an example. Imagine you sign up 25 people at the regular monthly subscription fee of $299 (GAMP is currently offering a $100 discount to the first 500 subscribers). Your commission on those direct referrals would be $1,868.75 ($74.75 x 25). Now if you help each of your referrals make 25 referrals each, then your second-tier commission will earn you $9,343.75 ($14.95 x 25 x 25). Add your first-tier commission of $1,868.75 to your second-tier commission of $9,343.75, and you will have earned $11,212.50 for the month. This is a monthly subscription program; therefore, once you have built your group you will earn this as long as your people continue their subscriptions. Not too bad, right?
Want to do more?
There is an unlimited potential with this program! Here is another example for someone who wants to make a real business of promoting GAMP:
If you signed up 20 people per month, and each of them signed up just 5 people per month, and if 10% of all the people in your group left each month, then by the end of the 12th month your monthly income would be $39,568.02 and your accumulated earnings over those 12 months would be of $228,898.55.
And if that’s not enough, check this out… GAMP gives you the leads! After you have signed up, GAMP automatically loads interested leads directly into your own back office. All you need to do is call them, answer their questions, and then email or text them your affiliate link to sign up. How awesome is this?
As you can see this opportunity is unprecedented and the income possibilities are endless!
Click here to sign-up » http://gamp1.com
Call me for more info » David Voth: 281-918-9687
2. This information on Vitamin D –
a. The international journal of Rheumatic disease study shows that vitamin D deficiency is a factor in dry eye syndrome.
b. According to study via Queen Mary University of London, Vitamin D reduced the severity of Asthma attacks by 37% in people who needed corticosteroids to control the condition.
c. A study of Chinese and Japanese people who took 420 IU of Vitamin D daily for one year demonstrated a significant improvement in their blood sugar, insulin and beta-cell function
Source:- Nature and Health Australia
3. According to Denise Cullen a writer for Australian magazine ‘Nature and Health” (my favorite health magazine) Evidence is mounting that our thoughts, emotions and beliefs can heal and avert disease – So choose wisely – her words. My words “Think about what comes from your mouth it could heal you or come back to bite you”
$24 Billion – drug companies in the US spend per year spent marketing to doctors – no wonder they hand out drugs willy nilly in my opinion.
$6.4 Billion – drug companies spend advertising directly to consumers in the US annually
Mind boggles I have to say
5. If your senses tell you some one is lying. Not sure why. Trust your gut because they probably are. Studies show that your gut is far better at detecting lies than your brain. Your first instinct is usually the correct one. If you have time to think about it, the chances are you will then convince yourself you are wrong and change your mind so go with that first instinct.
Australia’s hottest day? Not 2010, but 1828 at a blistering 53.9 °C (129 F)
Back before man-made climate change was frying Australia, when CO2 was around 300 ppm, the continent savoured an ideal preindustrial climate, right? (This is the kind of climate we are spending $10b per annum to get back too?)
We are told today’s climate has more records and more extremes than times gone by, but the few records we have from the early 1800’s are eye-popping. Things were not just hotter, but so wildly hot it burst thermometers. The earliest temperature records we have shown that Australia was a land of shocking heatwaves and droughts, except for when it was bitterly cold or raging in flood.
In other words, nothing has changed, except possibly things might not be quite so hot now.
Silliggy (Lance Pidgeon) has been researching records from early explorers and from newspapers.
What he’s uncovered is fascinating! It’s as if history is being erased!
1.For all that we hear about recent record-breaking climate extremes, records that are equally extreme, and sometimes even more so, are ignored.
2.In January 1896 a savage blast “like a furnace” stretched across Australia from east to west and lasted for weeks.
3.The death toll reached 437 people in the eastern states.
4.Newspaper reports showed that in Bourke the heat approached 120°F (48.9°C) on three days.
5.The maximum at or above 102 degrees F (38.9°C) for 24 days straight!
What is most interesting about this was the skill, dedication and length of meteorological data taken in the 1800′s. When our climate is “the most important moral challenge” why is it there is so little interest in our longest and oldest data?
Who knew that one of the most meticulous and detailed temperature records in the world from the 1800′s comes from Adelaide, largely thanks to Sir Charles Todd.
Rainfall records even appear to go as far back as 1839. Lance Pidgeon went delving into the National Archives and was surprised at what he found.
The media are in overdrive, making out that “the extreme heat is the new normal” in Australia.
The Great Australian heatwaves of January 2013 didn’t push the mercury above 50C at any weather station in Australia, yet it’s been 50C (122F) and hotter in many inland towns across Australia over the past century.
It makes you wonder about putting the blame on those high records – On man-made global warming.
“I think we can all do our little bit by planting trees and owning conservative vehicles etc but my opinion – It is What it is. There will always be extremes in every thing even the weather. Our world is in Gods hands I am more concerned about the hate in this world – The Hate and judgement that comes out of ones mouth, does a lot more damage not the Temperature of the Air.” Me (L Voth)
Interested in this subject go to info – Silliggy (Lance Pidgeon)
- There are more than 600 million telephone lines, yet almost half the world’s population has never made a phone call on a land line. However, many more have made a cell phone call; there are some 4 billion cell phones in use.
2. More personal telephone calls are made on Mother’s Day in the USA than on any other day in any other country.Most reverse charge calls takes place on Father’s Day. I guess Dad is the soft touch.
3. The world average of egg consumption per capita is 230.
In the US, about 280 million turkeys are sold for the Thanksgiving celebrations.
4. 37 percent increase in activity of natural killer cells (immune system) after women spent a few hours walking in the woods according to a Japanese study. Plus the boost lasted for over a week. America spends 37 billion on supplements each year so to remain healthy it seems like a walk in the park is the best solution.
- akousticophobia is the fear of noises
- Melophobia is the fear of music
- Lion’s can’t roar until the age of 2
- The Slave-Maker ant is so named because it raids the nest of other ants and steals their pupae. Once the pupae hatch, they are made to work as slaves.
2. American Airlines saved $40,000 in 1987 by eliminating one olive from each salad in first class.
Northwest Airlines saved $500000 per year by cutting its limes.
3. The original name of Bank of America was Bank of Italy.
The Bank of Italy was founded in San Francisco, California, United States, on October 17, 1904  by Amadeo Giannini. It grew by a branch banking strategy to become the Bank of America, the world’s largest commercial bank, with 493 branches in California and assets of $5 billion in 1945
4. Topless saleswomen are legal in Liverpool, England, but only in tropical fish stores.
Weird but true – Liverpudlian bylaw which prohibits women going topless unless they work in a tropical fish store.
5. Thomas Edison designed a helicopter that would work with gunpowder. It ended up blowing up and also blew up his factory.
Had a collection of over 5,000 birds
The light bulb inventor, was afraid of the dark.
The first major invention was the quadruplex telegraph
As a boy, Thomas Edison suffered a permanent hearing loss from head injury
A person sneezing was the first action caught on video by Thomas Edison