Daily Revenue Sharing Rate – Why Your “Return” Isn’t What You Should Look For

Daily Revenue Sharing Rate – Why Your “Return” Isn’t What You Should Look For

The entire revenue sharing industry works pretty much in one way. People get paid out, supposedly, based on the company’s profits and what each affiliate is actually “worth” in terms of how many adpacks they have and how many referrals they have, and how many adpacks these referrals are purchasing.

This is all fine and dandy. Everywhere I look, though, I see people coming in to any of the revenue sharing program groups and asking “how much is the daily revenue sharing rate for this program?”

Those that care about how much the daily revenue sharing rate is – obviously don’t understand a very important thing about how a revenue sharing company (that is going to be sustainable) works.

If a company HAS a certain rate/percentage that they tell you that they are going to pay you out at each day, like clockwork.. then this is the kind of company that you don’t want to be a part of.

How come? Well, can you name me one company who can predict their own profits? No, you cannot, because it is not possible for any company to tell how much they will earn in the future. It doesn’t matter if that future is an hour, day, week, or even 5 years down the road.

Therefore, if a revenue sharing program tells you that your daily revenue share rate is a fixed percent, then they and you are both in trouble. They are in trouble for offering something that they can’t possibly hold up to and you are in trouble for believing them. This is what you would call “being unsustainable” in the rev share industry.

A rev share site can easily be sustainable if it only pays out members based on actual profits. A lot of people – for some crazy reason – feel that all rev shares are unsustainable because all they have seen is programs coming and going and they have the impression that everything has been tried already.

Another false idea is that a revshare program needs new members to be sustainable. This is wrong, too, for a revshare that is totally sustainable. Why would a revshare care how many affiliates it has or if the memberbase keeps on growing? I mean, it is ok to care, but totally NOT ok to rely on that growth to sustain.

ClikDelivery: CD Is A Revshare And Not An Investment

“Clikdelivery is ilyas noukila’s dream he worked so hard to make it happen and give people a chance to make a life time income and he is serious about that , he didn’t rely on sales only to generate profits because he knows that ponzi schemes never last so he invested the money in TM and cryptocurrencies to generate more money for us and keep paying members even when there is no sales because actually he was doing everything for us and saving us the headache of investing in CC and RS .he took care for every details to guarantee the system stability and we all were so happy with that but when the TM crisis came the real hearts of the members has revealed some of them show a great support to ilyas after his honesty about the situation and his intention to stop withdrawals until he grows the reserve back and some of them has proven him self to be a real chicken and a great hypocritic they were like i want my money now and they forgot that this a revshare not an investment
But the worse is that ungrateful Scrembo who calls him self a leader made a video telling his followers that CD is a scam and and he ordered them yes orders not asked because his followers has no brain unfortunately to think for them selves if he say jump they jump if he say set they set yes yes we all knows what kind of animals does that. So for now all his followers are opening disputes and destroying our hope for CD to rise again just to get a small % of your seed yes not full just small because you will never get a full refund with payza while ilyas promises that all of us will get his seed soon and make profits later but who cares lets all be a sheep and fellows Scrembo to destroy CD and the thousands of peoples hopes after that SCreambo got his money and his followers money as commissions he want them to dispute so he can pull them to another program and make commissions of them if he is so honest why don’t you give back all the earnings you made to the system so ilyas can return them back to your downlines. wake up people the only hope we still have in this business is very limited and concentrated in MPA CD MAS TM . TM has been gone for a while so what happens if CD gone because of us. MPA had much worse situation when paypal crisis came and it stopped everything cronjob payment withdrawals advertisement until the issue is resolved and it took more than 2 months to came back and members were asked to start from ground zero and put a fresh funds and forget about their old funds until the case is resolved and we all saw when a revshare has a loyal members it can rise from the dust. So that’s the spirit we need with CD we have a very honest and know and experienced and devote religieuse Admin and a lot of supportive members so you make the choice do you want to fellow some one who want to make you a life time income or someone who want to make a commissions of you ? use your brain and use it well.”
  — Hamza   #Clikdelivery

Join My GetMyAds Team And Buy As Many Tokens As You Can Comfortably Afford

Every GetMyAds affiliate out there would absolutely love to have you join THEIR GetMyAds team and then if you could reach down and pull out your pocketbook.. and pay for a bunch of tokens.. that would make their day, month, or even their entire year.

The reason I say it could make their entire year is because of the residuals they would be earning off of your re-purchases. Once you register with their link, you are their referral forever. They get paid from then on out from your efforts.

I’m not saying that this is a bad thing, as this is a great thing. Getting referral commissions is the best thing since sliced-bread. It might even go back further than sliced bread!!

What I am saying, though, is that – if you are able to control this part – you want to see what the advantage would be for joining 1 person compared to another person.

Most of the time affiliates just say “hey, join my team and I’ll give you this marketing course that is worth (usually in the 1000’s) for free just for joining and locking arms with me!”

That is pretty much what the offering looks like. Or they might say you’ll “get their help” in building a team. Usually, this help turns-out to be useless.

My offer to you is cut-and-dried. My offer is constant. Here’s my offer:

Join me and buy tokens and I’ll return to you the commissions that I just generated from your very first token purchase – in every program. 

Nobody should rely on a sponsor to build their business FOR them or even AT ALL. I can join somebody I don’t even know – in fact, this is exactly what I did in many of the revshares that I joined already.

At least if you join me in my GetMyAds team you know for sure that you’ll get refunded whatever I earned from your first token purchase. This offering will be evergreen on BuyAdPacks.com (usually, we’re talking about adpacks, not tokens)

Also – don’t get yourself into debt because you are trying to make a bigger token purchase than you can comfortably afford.  That is never a good idea. Always spend within your means.

 

Ad Pack Scams? Don’t Let The HATERS “Scam” You Out Of A Great Situation

There are haters, bloggers out there that make a living putting-down mlm companies, network marketing, and rev share people like us.

These people want you to believe that they are helping you to not lose your money, or “get scammed” by programs on the internet like the ones that we do.

I’m not sure they believe much of what they are telling the public – but they are suggesting that selling ad packs is a scam. That there is no real product and that it is just a money game.

Whatever you do.. DON’T BELIEVE that nonsense!!  Online advertising is the biggest moneymaker and fastest-growing trend in the world.  Sites like FB and Google make BILLIONS from selling ads.. so why is it so hard to imagine that revenue sharing programs cannot operate the same model to earn dollars (and share those dollars with us!!)?

There are boatloads of great opportunities out there and it can sometimes be hard to tell which ones are worth your time. But never never never let other’s affect your judgement on what you feel about things.

Scam! Scam! Scam! It’s a Scam!! He’s a scammer!! You Getting Scammed By Scammers? Everything Seems To Be A Scam For Some People

It is quite understandable to not know what a lot of programs are doing out there. There are a bunch of them to try to keep up with. Not hundreds, but thousands of them. To try and understand many of them is truly a waste of time if you are a goal-oriented person.. unless to do JUST THAT happens to be your goal, which I highly doubt…

Not knowing how a specific program or opportunity works, though, isn’t a good reason to put it down. Most people tend to criticize that which they don’t understand. I know, that is a quote from somebody, somewhere.

The definition of a scam, by my own recollection, is when there is intent to rip people off.. like when you get an e-mail from somebody in Nigeria telling you that you only need to pay for processing fees so that they can wire you the millions of dollars that you are now entitled to.

A scam is designed to take money out of people’s pockets – not intending to give them anything in return… and then to disappear so that you can maybe do it all over again.

Here in the online marketing world the term “scam” has come to be defined as something a tiny bit different. Anytime a person puts money into a program and they don’t get their money out, the business automatically becomes a “scam”.

What about you? Have you ever been scammed? I mean, there ARE a lot of scammers out there in the world… and most scamming is now done on the internet since that is the easiest way to do it.

Don’t believe everything you see or hear online when people refer to a program as a scam. Do your own due diligence, for sure. Some of the best ideas that made people worth millions were at one time probably thought to be a scam.

Out there in the “real world” people use the word “pyramid scheme” in such a way that it automatically sounds bad. Well, I’m here to tell you that there is absolutely nothing wrong with a scheme that is shaped like a pyramid.

Your job is probably a pyramid scheme. If you don’t think that it is, tell your boss that you want trade positions or paychecks for a month. You have a far better chance of getting your dreams accomplished if you are in a situation where you can build for yourself, without any limitations.

Of course – to simply join an mlm or network marketing company it isn’t easy to make money. You need to stick around and learn how others are able to rise above all of the “noise” and separate themselves from the masses.

People use the word scam so much that nobody pays much attention the the real scams that ARE out there getting money out of people’s pocketbooks.

Most revshare programs are not intentional scams but they don’t have a way to actually pay the members any real profits. Therefore they need to make different rules, start charging membership fees, or even close their doors totally.

There are boatloads of great opportunities out there and it can sometimes be hard to tell which ones are worth your time. But never never never let other’s affect your judgement on what you feel about things.

Scam! Scam! Scam! It’s a Scam!! He’s a scammer!! You Getting Scammed By Scammers? Everything Seems To Be A Scam For Some People

It is quite understandable to not know what a lot of programs are doing out there. There are a bunch of them to try to keep up with. Not hundreds, but thousands of them. To try and understand many of them is truly a waste of time if you are a goal-oriented person.. unless to do JUST THAT happens to be your goal, which I highly doubt…

Not knowing how a specific program or opportunity works, though, isn’t a good reason to put it down. Most people tend to criticize that which they don’t understand. I know, that is a quote from somebody, somewhere.

The definition of a scam, by my own recollection, is when there is intent to rip people off.. like when you get an e-mail from somebody in Nigeria telling you that you only need to pay for processing fees so that they can wire you the millions of dollars that you are now entitled to.

A scam is designed to take money out of people’s pockets – not intending to give them anything in return… and then to disappear so that you can maybe do it all over again.

Here in the online marketing world the term “scam” has come to be defined as something a tiny bit different. Anytime a person puts money into a program and they don’t get their money out, the business automatically becomes a “scam”.

What about you? Have you ever been scammed? I mean, there ARE a lot of scammers out there in the world… and most scamming is now done on the internet since that is the easiest way to do it.

Don’t believe everything you see or hear online when people refer to a program as a scam. Do your own due diligence, for sure. Some of the best ideas that made people worth millions were at one time probably thought to be a scam.

Out there in the “real world” people use the word “pyramid scheme” in such a way that it automatically sounds bad. Well, I’m here to tell you that there is absolutely nothing wrong with a scheme that is shaped like a pyramid.

Your job is probably a pyramid scheme. If you don’t think that it is, tell your boss that you want trade positions or paychecks for a month. You have a far better chance of getting your dreams accomplished if you are in a situation where you can build for yourself, without any limitations.

Of course – to simply join an mlm or network marketing company it isn’t easy to make money. You need to stick around and learn how others are able to rise above all of the “noise” and separate themselves from the masses.

People use the word scam so much that nobody pays much attention the the real scams that ARE out there getting money out of people’s pocketbooks.

Most revshare programs are not intentional scams but they don’t have a way to actually pay the members any real profits. Therefore they need to make different rules, start charging membership fees, or even close their doors totally.