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#1 Kai Kauai

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Posted 30 September 2019 - 06:58 PM

I don't know if anyone wants to share, but I keep seeing systems where people are promised 10+ streams of income.  Maybe a veteran has a system and can keep track of it all.  I upgraded in a mailer, I signed up for a paid membership in one site and a paid monthly membership in another site - all over the weekend.  After getting things set-up to promote and trying to use the tools that come with the different sites, I'm wiped out.  Are 4 different programs too much?  What's too much? :D :D


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#2 weblord

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Posted 01 October 2019 - 02:14 PM

i use a program called keeppass try it, it has notes where you can maintain you progress on each and also keeps username, password and your pin securely on your pc.

I don't know if anyone wants to share, but I keep seeing systems where people are promised 10+ streams of income.  Maybe a veteran has a system and can keep track of it all.  I upgraded in a mailer, I signed up for a paid membership in one site and a paid monthly membership in another site - all over the weekend.  After getting things set-up to promote and trying to use the tools that come with the different sites, I'm wiped out.  Are 4 different programs too much?  What's too much? :D :D


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#3 market101

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Posted 03 October 2019 - 05:59 PM

For many years I was promoting 4-5 programs simultaneously. Then I came across WEBTALK and have been promoting that one ever since.


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#4 weblord

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Posted 03 October 2019 - 06:40 PM

i don't throw stones at one place, i scatter them, here and there and everywhere a little bit of this, a little of there, when gathered will form one huge income.


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#5 QueenMaa

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Posted 13 October 2019 - 01:35 PM

I'm promoting a lot of programs. I use sites where you can advertise more than one program at the same time.


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#6 counzila

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Posted 14 October 2019 - 08:26 PM

when it comes to online  business you need 1000% focus so you have to be smart when u choose what u promote..like me i looking for only one with inbuilt 50 different income streams.... that the best way you can focus and earn multiple streams income,, check my signature links to find out what i m talking about  hehheheh hope that helps


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#7 joyhealey

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Posted 15 October 2019 - 05:33 AM

Know just what you mean about being wiped out after setting up all those mini programs. I did it once.....

 

Now I have several smaller affiliate offers that I promote on my blog, BUT whatever anyone tells you, the best way is to build a list and promote to the list.

 

It took me a long time to admit this, probably because I was finding it too hard and the traffic I was getting was rubbish. (Which I finally proved to myself using a tracker.)

 

Now I am promoting a program that helps you build a list from just one link. So you have:
1) List Building

2) Auto-responder

3) Traffic source

all in one program. It took me about a couple of hours to set up, but after that it's a matter of promoting the one link (actually there's a choice of links) to help you build a list and there's an income stream from the 3 elements.

 

There's also a neat twist where they buy-back people on your list you don't purchase anything.

 

So, I'm promoting ONE program to help me build my list, and then promoting smaller offers on my blog (before I knew better LOL) and to my list.

 

In short, concentrate on anything that helps you build a list - it's an asset every Internet Marketer needs. I wish I'd admitted it to myself earlier.

 

Good luck.


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Posted 15 October 2019 - 06:17 AM

How many programs are you promoting?

 

My Master document goes back about 10 years, all programs  are logged into my excel book.

 

Always backup your data weekly to a seperate location in case your PC kick's the bucket.

 

A tab for each type of Promotion; banner, classifieds, safelists, PTC's, listbuilders, TextadExchanges, Payment Programs, Bitcoin Programs, Faucets, Promo Tools and Traffic Exchanges.

 

In Excel you are able to log everything on each site, date joined, cost, banned sites, Promo URL, banners, Texts Ads  and URL's or site promotions, admin name, rotator stat, footnotes and much more.

 

I keep track of all the Admins so you know who to stay away from after they have rolled out a site and collected then just disappear. Only to try and pull this again with another site and get away with everyone's cash scot-free.

 

After being burnt by several of these fake Admins... I now wait sometimes 2-3 months before upgrading.

You should not depend on the helpdesk to get your money back if stuff goes wrong, it's way to time consuming. Don't invest unless it's extra cash you can manage without.

 

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Currently over 800 websites with all the promotional data and cost per promo, credit balances, and everything relevant to each site.


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Posted 15 October 2019 - 11:39 AM

I mostly promote 1 program at a time and keep plugging it until I have 100,000 unique views (then I evaluate the effectiveness)  that lasted over 10 seconds.  That being said I also use a top bar link ad cross promoting another offer. After 10 seconds I try to monetize with an ad widget containing other peoples offers.  I often use a 3 second teaser that helps me get the visitors attention while preload the actual ad page.


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Posted 16 October 2019 - 10:58 PM

I don't know if anyone wants to share, but I keep seeing systems where people are promised 10+ streams of income.  Maybe a veteran has a system and can keep track of it all.  I upgraded in a mailer, I signed up for a paid membership in one site and a paid monthly membership in another site - all over the weekend.  After getting things set-up to promote and trying to use the tools that come with the different sites, I'm wiped out.  Are 4 different programs too much?  What's too much? :D :D

 

I'm a member of hundreds of advertising sites and constantly looking for more to join. :)


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#11 Sincharde

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Posted 03 February 2020 - 07:28 AM

I am a member of lot of Programs so far they have good plans. I don't have limit.


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Posted 10 February 2020 - 08:50 AM

That is a big big question. I am not in any proposing that I have the answers. It is a question that is always in the back of my mind.

it to me is determined by what your policy is as a marketer and what services are actually delivered.

 Looking back,I have not regretted the time spent surfing and searching for a better answer.

It is only after time that you can weed out those sites that give you value. Using trackers teaches you a lot. you get to grips with how

exchanges or whatever service you use are handing out the credits. I have been on the internet for over 8 years and i have close to ten books of registrations. I was going through my Rolodex the other day and was surprised to see how many companies had disappeared.

 

I joined for free, advertising to give impact to my advertising.  Every one is hooked on their own product.

 

I came here and learned a new strategy. give people free advertising and they end up helping you to promote your website.

Now with more sites in your arsenal and with a greater understanding of how to target your audience, you can decide your strategy.

The longer you are in the business and dependent on how observant you are, you should be very skilled in getting exposure to your website. That being the case you can scale your efforts.

In a sense, the question answers itself.

However, if you do not have the gimmicks the guru's use  It still leaves you with a lot of work to do to get the desired results. I have upgraded in several programs. It is a revelation to find out you are sometimes not better off than a free member.

This is a knawing question, that is like finding the needle in a haystack.

I find myself joining new brands because technology has increased and so if you do not keep an eye on that you won't get many worms.lol

 

 

 


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#13 weblord

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Posted 14 February 2020 - 02:17 PM

if new program comes up keep on signing on them you'll never know if one comes up great if not you'll know first hand too.


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