Webtalk is a social network that's taken off in just the last couple months, from nearly no users to nearly 2 million. It's done so in part because it's planning to be a whole lot more than just another social network (click here to learn more about why it's unique) and in part because of a generous affiliate program.
It's free to join Webtalk, and it's free to refer the network as an affiliate.
So if it's free to join, how can you make money by referring it, and does it represent a good way of making money? Let's take a look.
1) If it's free to join, how can you make money referring Webtalk?
As you know, probably every social network is free to join, and they all make money. Facebook is one of the wealthiest companies on the planet.
Now imagine that Facebook had agreed to pay all its earliest members a percentage of what it earned ... for life. They were already referring Facebook to other people anyway. Imagine how wealthy they would be today. That's the power of revenue from things like advertising.
Not only is Webtalk offering a percentage of its income for referrals, but it will monetize much more than advertising.
2) Does Webtalk represent a good way of making money?
Like any startup, there's no knowing how well Webtalk will succeed. But if it gets anywhere meaningful in the social network world (it's already in rapid ascent), its referring members could make quite a lot. Take a look:
With Webtalk's affiliate program, you earn 10% of the money generated by any person or business you directly refer to Webtalk. So if they're selling their products and services ... or they upgrade to a pro account ... or they just occasionally click on ads ... or they start using Webpay on their own website to collect payments for things they do. You could earn 10% of Webtalk's revenue on ALL these activities.
Crazier still ... if you join Webtalk while it's still in beta, you will earn more than just that 10%. If your referrals refer other people, you earn 10% off the revenue from those people as well. And that continues through 5 levels of referrals, which makes it possible to be earning 10% of the revenue generated by thousands of people, depending on your group sharing.
Even without this revenue opportunity, Webtalk is attractive as something more than just another social network, and is worth checking out. But with the chance to earn 10% of all revenue generated by every referral ... for life ... well, it becomes something worth jumping on sooner rather than later, and seeing whether being social can also begin building up your wealth.
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