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21 April 2016 ~ 0 Comments

PROOF: How One Affiliate Made $194 in One Day by Referring One Person

On a Thursday in March, one of our Traffic ProfitPro members who had upgraded their account and completed the training was advertising our training system.

This member, we’ll call her Jane, followed all the steps and was advertising her rotator.  She finished Lesson 6, 7, 8… all of the lessons that showed her exactly how to get the most out of Traffic Exchanges.

And Jane, she got a referral.

Team ProfitPro/Conquest Marketing is in ownership of most of the products within the training, so I have access to a screenshot to show you exactly what happened on that Thursday, though I’ve masked the referrals name for their privacy.

Traffic ProfitPro Earnings Proof

The sequence of events starts at the bottom.

Jane’s referral joined Traffic ProfitPro, He went through lessons 1, 2, 3…. got to lesson 6 where he was asked to begin building his system through Ad Master Plus.

He joined Ad Master Plus, and Jane got a $63 commission.

He went to lesson 7, where we showed him how by diversifying his advertising, he can get faster results… and Jane got a $9 Commission, and a $25 Commission.

He then advanced through Lessons 8 and 9, where we showed him how to massively scale up his business using Explosive Traffic.. and Jane got a $33 commission, and a $30 commission.

He got to the advanced training, where we would teach him about sales funnels and list building, Jane got a $34 Commission.

On that one Thursday, in March, Jane got $194 in commission… from one referral.

But that didn’t stop, Jane’s referral came back to Traffic Swirl, and Jane got another $65 Commission, and through Ad Master Plus he ended up joining Mailer Ninja, where Jane got another $63 in Commission.

In just March, Jane got $322 in commission… from one referral… one time.

The best part?  Now Jane’s Referral got a referral of his own.

This is the Power of TrafficProfitPro

 

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11 April 2016 ~ 0 Comments

It won’t work

Growing up, I was never very popular.

I got picked on, like I think many people, for just about everything you can imagine.

I didn’t made friends very easily, because, frankly, I didn’t like very many people.

Everything felt so superficial, fluffy, and fake… of course I didn’t know those big of words then, but the feeling was the same.

I was always a bit of an outcast, a loner.

My parents worked very hard for me and my brother, which meant we often spent a lot of time at home by ourselves growing up.

My brother was very involved in Tae Kwon Do, something that took a significant amount of time and attention for our family, while I stood on the sidelines, running through the bleachers, mostly by myself.

Middle School wasn’t much different, and it wasn’t until High School that I finally found some other weirdos like myself to call friends.

When I got my first job, I was often questioned by my superiors.. I didn’t like to ask for permission, I never really had to before because I was most always on my own.

I would get an idea on how to make something better, and I would do it.

The people who’s job it was to check the checklists, weren’t very fond.. what I was doing wasn’t in their guide book.

Eventually they learned to just let me do it, the funny thing about business is that you only time you really need to follow their rules, is if the opposite doesn’t work.  When you increase productivity and sales, they stop questioning it and learn to turn the other cheek pretty quick.

When I started my business, nothing was different.

There was no shortage of people telling me I was doing it wrong, and maybe I was — but experience is something that cannot be taught, told, or yelled.

They told me I was wrong, they told me it wouldn’t work, they constantly criticized and critiqued my every action.

It’s ok though, by then I was used to being made fun of.. it didn’t really matter what they thought of it, it was my business, my experience, my life.  Not their’s.

It’s funny, looking back now.  I was told how I was doing everything wrong, then I was told how it wouldn’t work.

Then all of a sudden people were taking credit, accusing me of copying them, stealing their ideas.. as though the work I was doing should have somehow been attributed to them, it was supposed to be their’s.

The same work that they said was wrong, the work that they said wouldn’t work.

Now people come to me and ask, “What should I do?”  “What Do I do?”  “How do I do it?”  “How do I make this work?”

I rarely reply.

The trick isn’t in talking, it’s to doing.

This month we celebrate Ad Master Plus‘ 5 Year Anniversary.

Everybody told me it was wrong, that it wouldn’t work… even today, 5 years later, when people try to accomplish something similar, those same critics say it won’t work, that it can’t work, that those things never work.

Except, of course, for when they do.

5 Years ago, Ad Master Plus did.  And it still does, today.

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