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$3 Monthly For Eacn One You Give Away !!!! Good For List Holders

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by pearse1916, Oct 5, 2010.

  1. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    If you have a large list you may be very interested in this.

    I KNOW OF ONE GUY WHO GAVE THIS APPLICATION AWAY TO 17K PEOPLE FOR FREE AND HIS SECOND CHECK WAS $52K Thats just one example. Another example is that my own personal friend is making $30k a month.

    It is a shopping application that you give away for free, more or less what it does is link people to cheaper prices from thier decktop to comparison sites etc.

    For every one you give away you can earn 3 dollars MONTHLY.

    You can also put a link directly to your website in the left side of the application.

    You can see how it will work for the advertising by downloading it.

    If you have a large list then its has big potential.

    It has an MLM side to it, but I am not suggesting that here, you can make a considerable income if you have a large list by just giving the application away, after purchasing a license for $199, without looking at the mlm side. Each application you give away will earn you an average of $3 per month every month.

    Can currently be distributed in Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, And NewZealand

    If you can target these countries then it could be an earner.

    Every application you give away will earn you on average $3 per month in click revenue.

    To see how it can work for advertising or to find out more visit

    AFF LINK: http://www.myshoppinggenie.com/pearse ( thanks) click get the free app in the top right hand corner, its clean, feel free to scan it.

    NON AFF LINK: http://www.myshoppinggenie.com (your choice)

    Its is worth a look if you have a big list or are willing to work a little on driving traffic.

    Hope it interests some people.

    Kind Regards Pearse


    ps, sorry about the title mistake
     
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    Dropdown Regular Member

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    It costs $199 to sign up. No thank you.
     
  3. havingadabble

    havingadabble Regular Member

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    There's an interesting article about myshoppinggenie here:

    hxxp://brendanhughes dot ie/2010/09/23/my-shopping-genie-fraud-scam/
     
  4. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    I have read that article, and posted a comment about a week ago, the company was featured on a prime time tv programme here in Ireland and is being touted as a scam, Its not. It has been running for 3 years in america now. The company have appointed a top dublin law firm and a pr company to take care of the bad press in ireland and are seeking a retraction.Sorry yes I thought I mentioned there is a $199 license fee. But It is still very profitable.I know of a guy who gave the application to 17000 people in his list and is now earning $51k a month residual without recruiting a single person, just giving the application away.Regards Pearse
     
  5. mergethegreat

    mergethegreat Junior Member

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    I call BS. First you say 52k then you say 51k. lol lets do some basic math. $3 per person right? ok 17k people right? ok so $3 x 17k people equal 51k!

    Now for the analysis, 52k is impossible with those number and for the second one every person in his list would have to download/sign up or whatever for him to get that 51k.

    Sorry but I dont buy it
     
  6. Execute

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    looks a bit iffy to me lol if there was no sign up charge id give it a go but not with these terms
     
  7. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    That's fine, you don't have to buy it.

    Each app earns an average of $3 per month.

    51, 52 or 57 regardless It is still in the $50k region for giving away a free app there are such a thing as typos.

    Thanks Pearse
     
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  8. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    I know what you mean the sign up charge and monthly fee don't appeal to everyone.
     
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    teeniegenie Supreme Member

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    Interesting idea, but it seems a little too good to be true. The $199 signup fee is a deal killer.
     
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    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    It is not for everyone, but even if there was no $199 fee, it would still cost you to market it even if not financially it would cost you in time.

    Take a few minutes to watch this video, the guy giving the presentation is a personal friend of mine. http://www.g4friends.biz/video-presentation-part1


    This is a network marketing company but you don't need to get involved in that side to earn money. Lots of guys are earning more giving away the apps than from the MLM.

    I do see your point about the fee, another way to look at it is that lots of companies make people buy distribution rights or licenses.

    I am kind of glad there is a license fee, because it puts lots of people off, if everyone one could do it for free then it would get saturated.

    Thanks for your feedback.

    Cheers Pearse
     
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  11. raunaksn

    raunaksn Newbie

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    anyone try this?
     
  12. shadowbox

    shadowbox Registered Member

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    So is this a scam or what? Shelling out money to make money sounds kinda fishy.
     
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    Look at it this way: Would you pay to get a real life job?

    I know I wouldn't.
     
  14. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    Its not a scam, a job is a job a distributorship costs money. If you were to buy a franchise it would cost you.

    The MLM side of it is getting some bad press in Ireland at the moment that the companies legal team are taking care off. The company have been running for 3 years successfully in America, and the app can make you money by just giving it away.

    The application has been featured on CNN you can see that on the second video at http://www.bargainseek.info or www.myshoppinggenie.com

    My own friend is a big network marketer, he made over $30k last month but mainly from the MLM side of it. I plan on giving away as many apps as possible.

    I am currently trying to put together a joint venture to send out 30 million emails, with a 5% success rate using an incentive I think we could give away a million of these things each generating an average of $3 a month.

    I have said its not for everyone as some people don't believe in spending money to make money. I personally think it takes money to make money. Even if the license to distribute the app did not cost it would cost you to market and promote it.

    I do understand how some people will think it is shady, but I assure you its not.

    Cheers Pearse
     
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