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The secret of how I got GoogleCash for free with 1 minute's extra effort.
|Copyright 2005 Michael Lever
Hi, my name is Michael and I’m about to share an amazing discovery with you.
Don’t bother scrolling down to see the price. There is none. I am giving you this information free. Why? Because as you are about to discover, the strategy I’m going to teach you is dependent on a growing community of participants who partner to derive win-win outcomes. A bit like online dating services, the more members there are the better the results for all. I therefore encourage you to recommend this strategy to relevant friends and colleagues in your circle of contacts.
Before I explain exactly how I got GoogleCash for free, you need to understand the background of what makes this ingenious purchase strategy work.
The strategy is not specific to GoogleCash. I have simply chosen GoogleCash because it is the product in my testimonial. The strategy can be used for any purchase, and you can purchase from any of your favourite online stores that you normally trust to shop at. The benefit is that you will now be subsidised a cash amount so large that it may even surpass the cost of your purchase, making it absolutely free. The fact that you can purchase anywhere is partly what makes the strategy work.
There are three core things you need to understand about the strategy.
Firstly, the websites you are intending to purchase from do not miss out on any payment. You are not breaching any of their agreements, terms or conditions. In fact, from their perspective you’re a 100% normal customer with all the normal privileges. You will even receive a purchase receipt that may contribute to a tax deduction.
Secondly, there are no losers with this strategy. It is 100% legal and does not involve pyramid schemes, purchasing matrix, or anything of that nature. No scams here. Everybody wins.
Thirdly, you are still receiving the product you want direct from the merchant of your choice. So you can expect the same product quality, customer service, and shipping that you are accustomed to. You’re simply getting what you had already decided to purchase at a massive discount.
“So what makes it work?”
The secret ingredient is a process known as ‘customer reciprocation’ facilitated by a ‘customer acquisition exchange’. Customer reciprocation fundamentally relies on the customer acquisition efforts of merchants, primarily through affiliate programs.
“Confused? Don’t worry, I was too.”
Basically, merchants with online stores pay people like you and me sales commission to find them customers. You can join the merchant’s affiliate program generally for free, and commence earning commission as an affiliate marketer immediately. You earn by directing potential customers through a unique web link called a ‘referral URL’. The link identifies you to the merchant so they know that you are the referrer who must be paid commission.
In essence, whenever you are intending to purchase something, there’s an affiliate marketer out there trying to catch your attention and transparently direct you to your chosen merchant through their referral URL. If you purchase something, the affiliate marketer will earn upwards of 50% in commission.
Customer reciprocation is the process of two parties (affiliate marketers) partnering to become each other’s customer. “I’ll be your customer, if you’ll be mine”. When you want to purchase GoogleCash like I did, why not purchase it through an affiliate marketer who is willing to purchase at one of your affiliated merchants?
“Can you see the obvious benefit?”
You will earn an instant commission when your partner purchases from your affiliated merchant. The commission may be more than the cost of GoogleCash or it may be less. But it is beyond doubt an instant subsidy. Your merchants will love you for bringing them a customer, and you’ll have a legally acquired copy of GoogleCash and extra money to use on anything you like.
“So where do you find affiliate marketers ready to shop at your merchant’s online store?”
Affiliate marketers are already seasoned Internet shoppers who’ve overcome the trust hurdle and embraced online purchasing. There are so many around that you need only do a search for anything in Google or MSN to find them fighting over the highest positions in the search results.
The trick is finding someone affiliated with the merchant you intended to shop with, who is intending to purchase from your merchant. (Customer reciprocation).
This is where a “customer acquisition exchange” comes into play. (See the references at the bottom of this article or search for “customer acquisition exchange” in your favourite search engine.).
A customer acquisition exchange allows you to manage your portfolio of referral URLs. I am a member of five different affiliate programs even though I only actively market one of them. Whenever you want to purchase something you simply submit your purchase intention (in the form of the merchants website address) to the customer acquisition exchange.
In my case I wanted to purchase from www.googlecash.com. The system immediately commenced searching for affiliate marketers of GoogleCash who had a purchase intention for one of my merchants. This submission process literally took me less than one minute. I received an email containing my exchange partner’s referral URL and proceeded to click on it and was taken to www.googlecash.com, where I purchased my copy.
When I returned to the customer acquisition exchange I noticed that my portfolio showed a sale at one of my affiliated merchants. “Fantastic”, I thought. My commission report from my affiliated merchant revealed that my exchange partner had indeed purchased something. In fact, the commission I earned from the sale totalled $12 more than what GoogleCash cost me. Meaning I got GoogleCash for free and received $12 for my one-minute effort.
So now that you too know this simple no-risk strategy, I hope that you will use it to your advantage and derive previously unheard of discounts. I trust that you can see the benefit of recommending customer reciprocation to your peers, because as the community grows there will be more participants partnering rather than viciously competing for new customers.
About the author:
Michael Lever is a co-founder and CEO of SpinningTornado.com, an independent company offering unbiased tools and services to help affiliate and network marketers build profitable online businesses.
Partnering affiliates the world over.
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