When I joined Affiliate Silver Bullet in january, I received a one time offer just after I paid my first month. I read it, and I don’t really think that I understood what it was all about, because I turned it down.
I have written short post a while ago, about why One Time Offers and Internet Marketing triggers are very useful.
One big problem with one time offers at brand new systems like Affiliate Silver Bullet is that if you don’t know how good the system is, you don’t want to spend the extra money to buy the one time offer.
I didn’t buy it, because I didn’t know anything about the system and because I didn’t really understand what it was all about.
The price of the One Time Offer is $97. Too much to just buy if you are not going to use Affiliate Silver Bullet for a while and have big confidence in the system.
Now, I think that I understand what the One Time Offer was all about and I am going to try to explain it.
You pay $97 to get commission from the downline of all non-active members in your downline. I guess that sounds a little confusing, but let me explain with an example.
You earn commission from all active members that you have personally referred. One of the people that you have personally referred have a downline of 400 people testing the Affiliate Silver Bullet for free, they have not upgraded. The person you referred will quit after one month. Now, if you have bought the One Time Offer, the 400 people in the downline of the person who just quit will now be your downline. Every person that upgrades in this downline will earn you commission. If you don’t buy the One Time Offer, you will only earn money from people you personally refer.
Now, this is why I think the One Time Offer might be such a great deal. Think of it this way; you will have several downlines of people that are not active at Affiliate Silver Bullet. When they upgrade you will earn the commission and not the person who referred them, because that person is not active.
Did this make sense at all?
Hopefully I have understood what it is all about, because when I joined I didn’t have much time and I just read it one time and decided not to buy it. Maybe I did a huge mistake or maybe not, even if I did, I didn’t want to pay $97 for something I didn’t know anything about.
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