Jump to content


Photo

SFI - SFI4.com

work from home home business home business opportunity

  • Please log in to reply
18 replies to this topic

#1 bhollins

bhollins

    New Member

  • Bronze
  • 1 posts

Posted 01 June 2016 - 08:13 PM

Strong Future International - A Global Home Business Opportunity

 

FREE INTERNET BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

 

Since 1985, we've helped tens of thousands of men and women worldwide build successful home businesses.

 

Record-breaking growth has driven us to the top of Internet marketing businesses.

 

You can build a profitable home-based business working part-time from your home computer!

 

Training, support, Websites, and products all provided!
 

We supply free training to start your business. There is no cost to you.

 

Start part time and make money in your spare time.

 

All you have to do is sign up at www.sfi4.com/4911144.5/FREE


  • 1

#2 theFreeGuru

theFreeGuru

    Solid Ground

  • Bronze
  • Pip
  • 44 posts
  • LocationYuma Arizona

Posted 08 June 2016 - 04:20 AM

Strong Future International is not a get rich quick scheme it is a real business in the retail affiliate marketing realm.

 

Imagine if you will E-Bay or Amazon adding higher commissions and a profit share to their affiliate programs. Imagine matching the profit share of up to 12 levels of members in your downline. Don't imagine because that is exactly what SFI and TripleClicks have to offer and 5 million members, 5,000+ vendors, and 1.7 million affiliates can't be wrong. SFI ROCKS. Just wishing you hadn't beat me to the punch because the program is top notch.


  • 0

Andy Zeus Anderson

AKA: theFreeGuru

 

fireyourboss468.jpg


#3 captkirk

captkirk

    Never Give in! and Never Quit!

  • Moderators
  • 2,192 posts
  • LocationUSA

Posted 08 June 2016 - 08:11 AM

Wow! I have been an affiliate of SFI since 2002 and receive residual income from them monthly.

 

Highly Recommended! :)


  • 1

#4 troysavary

troysavary

    Mild

  • Bronze
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 114 posts

Posted 13 June 2016 - 05:56 AM

If you join SFI, make sure you do not buy packs of PSA's from them. I won auctions for PSA's several times when the bidding went cheap, but the vast majority never logged in again after their initial signup. This lead me to believe that they are using a paid-to-sign up system paying third world people a few pennies to sign up. So most of them have no intention of actually working with SFI. After 2 years of almost daily logging in, doing the tasks, winning dozens of items in the TripleClicks auctions, maintaining at least Bronze leader status to avoid losing my CSA's, I had a team of a few thousand, and was still making approximately $20 a month. I only stayed in for the penny auctions, as I was getting quite good at winning them. Once they changed the auction format so that auctions took all day, I lost interest and stopped logging in to SFI. The amount of effort needed for that tiny payout was not worth it.


  • -1

Come have a cup of tea with us. Premium, all natural loose teas. Turn your love of tea into a profitable business.

http://daynastea.ca


#5 theFreeGuru

theFreeGuru

    Solid Ground

  • Bronze
  • Pip
  • 44 posts
  • LocationYuma Arizona

Posted 14 June 2016 - 10:46 PM

If you join SFI, make sure you do not buy packs of PSA's from them. I won auctions for PSA's several times when the bidding went cheap, but the vast majority never logged in again after their initial signup. This lead me to believe that they are using a paid-to-sign up system paying third world people a few pennies to sign up. So most of them have no intention of actually working with SFI. After 2 years of almost daily logging in, doing the tasks, winning dozens of items in the TripleClicks auctions, maintaining at least Bronze leader status to avoid losing my CSA's, I had a team of a few thousand, and was still making approximately $20 a month. I only stayed in for the penny auctions, as I was getting quite good at winning them. Once they changed the auction format so that auctions took all day, I lost interest and stopped logging in to SFI. The amount of effort needed for that tiny payout was not worth it.

 

PSA from any sources is just an advertising co-op. Instead of paying for ads that may never convert you pay for the live signups that are from advertising that did convert. While you are complaining over 70% of reviews on the same thing you warn about are positive, because just like your own advertising some do, some don't and the ones that do can pay for a ton of those that don't.

 

Andy Zeus Anderson


  • 0

Andy Zeus Anderson

AKA: theFreeGuru

 

fireyourboss468.jpg


#6 troysavary

troysavary

    Mild

  • Bronze
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 114 posts

Posted 15 June 2016 - 04:07 AM

PSA from any sources is just an advertising co-op. Instead of paying for ads that may never convert you pay for the live signups that are from advertising that did convert. While you are complaining over 70% of reviews on the same thing you warn about are positive, because just like your own advertising some do, some don't and the ones that do can pay for a ton of those that don't.

 

Andy Zeus Anderson

If the signups that they were selling were from normal advertising, then they would be more responsive. What explains the fact that almost every PSA I bought never logged into SFI even once after they signed up? Why were none of them ever from Europe or North America, but always third world nations were the money from paid-to-sign up campaigns is actually worthwhile because of their countries low currency value? The only PSAs who ever replied to my mailings were the ones I personally signed up, or a few from S-builder co-ops. Not one of the purchased PSAs ever replied to me. Not once.


  • -1

Come have a cup of tea with us. Premium, all natural loose teas. Turn your love of tea into a profitable business.

http://daynastea.ca


#7 captkirk

captkirk

    Never Give in! and Never Quit!

  • Moderators
  • 2,192 posts
  • LocationUSA

Posted 15 June 2016 - 10:34 AM

I just received my residual income cash from SFI which is always right on time.

 

I received my cash thru PayPal. :)


  • 1

#8 troysavary

troysavary

    Mild

  • Bronze
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 114 posts

Posted 15 June 2016 - 01:02 PM

I don't deny that SFI pays. I always was paid on time too. I was merely commenting on the PSAs that you can win in the Pricebenders auctions. They have been absolutely useless in my experience.


  • -1

Come have a cup of tea with us. Premium, all natural loose teas. Turn your love of tea into a profitable business.

http://daynastea.ca


#9 captkirk

captkirk

    Never Give in! and Never Quit!

  • Moderators
  • 2,192 posts
  • LocationUSA

Posted 15 June 2016 - 01:15 PM

I don't deny that SFI pays. I always was paid on time too. I was merely commenting on the PSAs that you can win in the Pricebenders auctions. They have been absolutely useless in my experience.

 

Was paid? You're not a member now?

 

I was talking about being paid today from SFI. I wasn't commenting on your post.


  • 1

#10 troysavary

troysavary

    Mild

  • Bronze
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 114 posts

Posted 15 June 2016 - 05:01 PM

I am still a member, but I haven't been active anymore. I just was finding the amount of work I was putting into it to not be worth the payoff.


  • -1

Come have a cup of tea with us. Premium, all natural loose teas. Turn your love of tea into a profitable business.

http://daynastea.ca


#11 captkirk

captkirk

    Never Give in! and Never Quit!

  • Moderators
  • 2,192 posts
  • LocationUSA

Posted 17 December 2016 - 11:16 AM

I am still a member, but I haven't been active anymore. I just was finding the amount of work I was putting into it to not be worth the payoff.

I'm not active member but I'm still getting those residual payments monthly! :)

 

Just imagine what my results would be if I was active?


  • 0

#12 Alan Findly

Alan Findly

    Breakin' Ground

  • Bronze
  • 9 posts
  • LocationRonan, Montana

Posted 17 December 2016 - 12:51 PM

I'm in SFI, always get paid on time, and regard the program as outstanding.

 

About the purchased PSA's: they're a problem in any program.  I regard them as prospects, even though they are called "affiliates", and, as prospects, they must be mentored & nurtured.  This requires effort.  The initial communication is critical, which is probably why SFI gives them access to the Chat room.  I always try to establish rapport with a new sign-up right away, within the first 24 hrs, if possible.

 

But, again, this problem is not unique to SFI.  I don't know why but there seems to be a lot of young folks who think they can get something for nothing.

 

Peace.


  • 0

~~~~^~~~~^~~~~^~~~~^~~~~^~~~~^~~~~

#IdentityTheft - If your identity was stolen

tomorrow who would you call? ow.ly/WImcJ

 

 


#13 mysfibiz

mysfibiz

    Solid Ground

  • Bronze
  • Pip
  • 22 posts
  • LocationMalaysia

Posted 06 January 2017 - 07:02 PM

I'm in SFI too. They are my main programme. In fact I'm an ECA too but I don't sell PSAs. I use dropshipping from stores in my region (Malaysia and surrounding areas).

But I do buy PSAs and although they are slow to respond to communication, some do. And based on the level of English I see I don't think it's because they're not interested. Mostly it's because they can't understand.

I try to use Google Translate to write emails to them. This increases their response level but still understanding is another matter.
  • 0

#14 Guest_Paul Nulty_*

Guest_Paul Nulty_*
  • Guests

Posted 08 March 2017 - 03:21 PM

I love all the new changes at SFI it really is every home business owners dream come true!

 

In fact anyone who uses the internet at all... will find SFI not only a great business opportunity but also a great way to leverage the power of the internet in many different ways through the TripleClicks platform.

 

Like all good business opportunities, it takes some time and persistence to fully understand the dynamics and get familiar with the vision and what the business represents.


Edited by captkirk, 09 March 2017 - 02:59 AM.
Links removed

  • 0

#15 Guest_Paul Nulty_*

Guest_Paul Nulty_*
  • Guests

Posted 08 March 2017 - 03:25 PM

I just received my residual income cash from SFI which is always right on time.

 

I received my cash thru PayPal. :)

I'm not to keen on Paypal, they have been causing havoc recently as you probably know? I'm using the old fashioned check method to receive my commissions, however I may consider signing up for the Payoneer Account and use that instead.


  • 0

#16 topviralbiz

topviralbiz

    Solid Ground

  • Bronze
  • Pip
  • 47 posts
  • LocationAustralia

Posted 08 March 2017 - 05:16 PM

I've only been with SFI for a few months and still learning how it all works. I have heard many positive things about the program, most saying you have to work to build it, like any business


  • 0

#17 Guest_Paul Nulty_*

Guest_Paul Nulty_*
  • Guests

Posted 08 March 2017 - 05:35 PM

I've only been with SFI for a few months and still learning how it all works. I have heard many positive things about the program, most saying you have to work to build it, like any business

Yes, It's true, There are many opportunities, some good, some really good and some not so good, at the end of the day as an affiliate or as a distributor or whatever title you have in that business opportunity, You are first and foremost your own Boss and for some people it takes some time for them to make the mental shift in to actually being a business owner and treating their opportunity like a real business, more importantly as their own business or at very least as a part of their business. SFI has been around for a long time (almost 20 years) and guess what, they are still adding more tools and resources and tweaking things to improve and enhance user experience. You are going to love SFI when you fully get to know it. ;)


Edited by captkirk, 09 March 2017 - 03:01 AM.
Links removed

  • 0

#18 Guest_Paul Nulty_*

Guest_Paul Nulty_*
  • Guests

Posted 08 March 2017 - 06:12 PM

I'm in SFI too. They are my main programme. In fact I'm an ECA too but I don't sell PSAs. I use dropshipping from stores in my region (Malaysia and surrounding areas).

But I do buy PSAs and although they are slow to respond to communication, some do. And based on the level of English I see I don't think it's because they're not interested. Mostly it's because they can't understand.

I try to use Google Translate to write emails to them. This increases their response level but still understanding is another matter.

I am glad to see you are using your initiative with google translate, I must admit I was so confused the first time I looked at SFI I never bothered to take time to understand it, I signed up at a later date and began to see results and just recently became an ECA myself. It does take a bit of time to fully understand the program, however I think the newly updated features such as the launch pad training and now OPTI-Build will make a BIG difference in terms of speeding up the whole learning and earning process for new affiliates.


Edited by captkirk, 09 March 2017 - 03:02 AM.
Links removed

  • 0

#19 mysfibiz

mysfibiz

    Solid Ground

  • Bronze
  • Pip
  • 22 posts
  • LocationMalaysia

Posted 08 March 2017 - 11:39 PM

Hi Paul,

I agree with the Opti Build. Opted for 50% of my PSAs to be given to my downline. Too bad the Builder Bundle is a bit expensive for me coming from Malaysia with 4.45 exchange rate nowadays. Really could use the 75 CSAs that will be given out. But all in all, great 2017 so far.

What's your ECA store name? I would like to connect with you.
  • 0





Also tagged with one or more of these keywords: work from home, home business, home business opportunity

0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users