Sup sup! Question for the pro's: Let's say you have a nice budget.. you're an affiliate or you have a product.. and you advertise your opt-in page.. Traffic is expensive as phuck and say you pay 40 cents per click... then your opt-in shit converts just at 10% oder so.. So you pay $4 for each subscriber.. let's say you have a mildly badass funnel but let's assume you get $1 for each subscriber every month.. as the common belief implies.. then if you have this subscriber for 12 months you make 12$... SO let's say you get a shit ton of traffic.. like 1k a day.. then you get 100 subs.. you pay 400$ a day.. you pay 12k a month.. but 12 months later you make 36k back.. or let's be conservative and a few people cancel subscriptions and you phuck up some minor stuff here and there and you just make 25k a year.. then it's basically a bullet proof long-term investment? Is my math making sense? What do you think?