30 Apr 12 4:36 pm
There are so many ways to promote matrix programs. You can set up a website targeting the typical keywords like: "sitename review" or "sitename scam" or "who is site owner". If you are familiar with PPC then you can set up a campaign and promote it though that.
However, the problem I see with matrix programs is that there is so much hype at the beginning, it is always the newest and best program on the Internet but at the end of the day they really only benefit the owner and the top level marketers who already have a huge list of subscribers looking to jump from one program to the next. Also, I have seen so many programs that had over 30000 paying members but dont exist anymore because they just dont work as well as the hype tells you.
In my opinion, the most important part of matrix programs are its products. If they are not outstanding or much different from other programs that already exist, they wont work for long. When choosing a program you need to look at the products first and how long it has been around. (thinking about GDI and GVO which both are around for long enough to say that they are still making money with it and you can too)
Another thing is that people tend to like programs which offer a recurring income more than those that have only a one time fee and therefore you can only earn when someone joins/upgrades etc.
My suggestion is definately to stay away from those mostly over-hyped sites and start building a good income by promoting e.g. clickbank products. It takes much more effort and time to learn that stuff but it will pay off in the future.
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