Is it true you can make Big Money with Project Payday
Here is how Project Payday works in brief.:
So here’s how it works. You log on and sign up to get a free bottle of the latest snake oil. This snake oil normally costs $100 a bottle, but all you’ve got to pay is a postage and packing charge of five dollars. All you have got to do is send me your bill and I will send you a check for maybe $25, which covers your effort and time, which should also include the time you will take to cancel the automated monthly shipment of your snake oil, if you don’t then, you’ll be billed for it.
Not such an awful deal, right?
You pay $5 and earn a $15 profit. And the referring affiliate also earns a great return as the miracle drug company paid them a solid $40 commission to get a new sale.
Pretty much a win-win situation. Or is it?
But Is This Moral?
Project Payday is a web course engineered to teach you the correct way to earn royalties promoting varied CPA or “cost per action” offers using a highly dubious incentivized approach like the deal just suggested.
Not everyone is familiar with cost per action selling. This involves free or extremely low-priced trial offers which is a marketing system built to get products into the hands of new patrons, praying that the company will gain sales thereafter.
All those garish banners that you see online offering you iPods for a penny, free money or computers if you fill-in the form or finish a survey, are all a part of this cost per action incentivized scheme.
These incentivized freebie internet sites as they are called, are all part and parcel of the same selling model as Project Payday falls under.
These corporations actually will give you the freebie after completing a survey or a particular number of affiliate offers, but there is a catch.
Before you qualify to get the item in question you should either hand over your personal information, complete a minimum number of trial offers, agree to a once a month auto cargo, or maybe recruit a half-dozen of your loved ones to complete the same offer.
Naturally, if you actually have an interest in the product or service – then that’s a different situation altogether.
But if an affiliate marketer comes in and basically bribes you to complete the offer and then advises you to immediately cancel any further commitment, the company gets cheated.
The referring affiliate and you both earn money you’re both happy so what’s bad with that? What is wrong is that the company is losing money because they’re paying commissions to what amounts to fake shoppers who never had a genuine interest in their product or service. So is project payday ethical, we’ll leave you to choose that for yourself. I think it depends completely on your personal morals and ethics and essentially comes down to what you think is right and what is wrong.
Unbelievably, there are people out there who do make 6 figure incomes only working part time promoting these incentivized CPA offers. The difference being the way in which they promote those offers, with their marketing skills they can attract people who are really curious about a service. This model works very well when it is done in an ethical fashion by mixing both the science and art of marketing and without cheating anyone.