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Define linear and leveraged income – Need To Know

 

Linear vs. Leveraged Income
Which would you rather earn?

By David Voth, Best Selling Author

First, let’s define linear and leveraged income:

Linear Income: You are basically trading your time for money. You go to a job and give your company 40 hours per week. In exchange for your time, the company pays you an income. The problem with a linear income job is that when you stop working the income stops too! A linear income job not only has an earnings cap, it is also based on you constantly working.

Leveraged Income: This form of income can be generated several ways. One way is where you do the work once and you get paid recurring income for doing the work. An example of this is royalties. Or you create something that may take a couple of years, but once it’s built it continues to pay you. Another form of leveraged income is income earned through other people’s efforts. J. Paul Getty, believed to be the richest man in the world, said: “I would rather make 1 percent on the efforts of 100 people than 100 percent on my own efforts.”

Since there are only 24 hours in a day, there’s only so much you can earn as a result of your own efforts. This key concept of leverage is the cornerstone of network and affiliate marketing.

GAMP (Global Affiliate Marketing Pros) was created to help its members earn leveraged income two ways. First, as the company’s name reveals, it is an affiliate program where once you become a member you can earn a referral fee for everyone you subscribe, and a referral fee for everyone they subscribe. The second way GAMP helps you earn leveraged income is my giving you the training, leads, sales and marketing tools, and system to recruit people to your network marketing company and to sell their products.

» Click here to see the kind of money you can earn as a GAMP affiliate «

So you have a choice, you can either sign up for the 40-40-40 plan (The idea that you work 40 hours per week for 40 years of your life in order to retire on 40% of your pay), or you can hustle for a few years building a business and then enjoy the time freedom gained by your efforts. It’s amazing how some people feel that 2-5 years in business is a long time to get rich, but don’t feel that 40 years at a job is a long time to stay broke.

Can you afford to live on 40% of what you were living on while working for 40 hours per week for 40 years?

If your answer is ‘NO’ then start earning or increasing your leveraged income today.

Learn More go to » http://gamp1.com
Call me for more info » David Voth: 281-918-9687

“You can get everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.”
~ Zig Ziglar

Remember “If You don’t do different nothing will change”

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Affiliate Marketing Program Reviewed

 

GAMP’s Affiliate Marketing Program Reviewed

By David Voth

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.

Commission Rates

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.

LEADS

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

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The New Predators – The Silent Call

That silence at the end of the line

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The phone rings, you pick it up and say “Hello”  and no one is on the other line.

This is a new type of robo-Call – an automated computer system making tens of thousands of calls to “build a list of humans  target for theft”.

According to the Financial Fraud research center it is the first step in opening you up to many of the phone-based scams.

Vijay Balasubramaniyan, CEO of Pindrop Security, a company in Atlanta that detects phone fraud, says that in any number of ways, the criminal ring gets your 10 digits and loads them into an automated system.

According to the Federal Trade Commission, these robocalls are on the rise because Internet-powered phones make it cheap and easy for scammers to make illegal calls from anywhere in the world.

The next step is gathering information about your bank or credit card account. You get a call with a prerecorded voice that tells you, for example, “[we’re] calling with an important message about your debit card. If you are the cardholder please stay on the line and press 1. Otherwise please have the cardholder call us at 1-877…”

If you’re thinking about ignoring it, the message tries to scare you into paying attention with a warning: “A temporary hold may have been placed on your account and will be removed upon verification of activity.”

That number leads to another automated system that prompts you to share personal details like your date of birth, your card number and secure PIN, the expiration date, your Social Security number.

It can be tricky because many real banks have a similar system. And, Balasubramaniyan says, fear does kick in. He recalls a big scam in 2014 in which criminals pretended to be the IRS calling to collect back taxes. (The agency says the scam is still going on.) If you wanted to call back or have time to talk to your spouse before paying over the phone, the fraudster wouldn’t let you go.

Solution – If you have not already done so, ask your phone company top put caller ID on your landline. Then simply screen your calls and don’t pick up if the number is unfamiliar.

Do not  engage in any way with robocallers a lot of times when you get a robocall you have the option of pressing 1 for more information or pressing 2 to ask to be removed from the list. And in either case, pressing 1 or 2 basically lets the robocaller know that it’s a live person on the other line who’s willing to engage and that could lead to additional robocalls.

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