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Slide 1: ==== ==== If you are struggling in marketing online. And you used all your money on advertising watch this free webinar about how to make blog posts for big cash in profits http://andersdakin.com/epxbody-review/ ==== ==== For many people online the word "spillover" is music to their ears. It basically means results from no work at all. We all want to get spillover when we join a forced matrix program and usually it is the "promise" of spillover that entices us to join. Unfortunately most people's hopes and dreams of spillover are crushed when after waiting a month or more they see no spillover and drop out of the program feeling like they were falsely lured into joining via an empty promise. I am now 6 months into my ongoing research into online programs. As a result I have learned a few things that should help everyone at least get the MAXIMUM spillover possible. First thing I want to point out is that spillover in ANY program is going to be very minimal. If you get 1 spillover per month from your upline/sponsor then you should be very happy. If any sponsor ever promises you "AMAZING" spillover get them to back up that promise with some sort of guarantee. I am not saying it's impossible, but don't take anyone on their word, it may just be hype and a simple marketing tactic (which of course is very shortsighted on the part of the sponsor). When considering a forced matrix program the first thing I look at is the matrix structure. For example Teamwork Revolution and Revolutionary Matrix are both 5x6 matrices, whereas Work for 3 Dollars is a 3x15. If you don't know what that means the first number represents the width of the matrix and the second number is the depth. It's the first number that should be of most interest to you when looking for a matrix with high spillover. A 5x6 matrix means that your sponsor (or the person above you) is only able to have 5 people directly below them. After he has recruited or sponsored 5 people the successive recruits will "spillunder" one of those 5 who have already been recruited. Therefore, if you happen to be the first recruit of your sponsor, then your sponsor's 6th recruit would spillunder you giving you a downline member and in turn some form of commission or income from no work whatsoever on your part. A 5x6 matrix essentially means you are getting 20% of your direct upline member's efforts (this may or may not be the person who sponsored/recruited you). 20% of all the success your direct upline member spills under you. Wonderful right? With Work for 3 Dollars however that increases to 33% because that matrix is thinner at 3 wide. Therefore, mathematically speaking spillover will be higher from Work for 3 dollars than Teamwork Revolution or other matrix programs. This however isn't always the case. Let me explain why. First of all, it's almost next to impossible to get on the first line of a good sponsor. If you stumble upon a "heavy hitter" (i.e. someone very skilled at online marketing and doing a lot of advertising) you will NOT end up on his/her first line. These "heavy hitters" have been in the game for a while and likely already have a very big downline. So, if you decide to join the team of this heavy hitter, likely because you want to follow in his/her footsteps and learn from them, you will spillunder one
Slide 2: of the members already on his/her team. This is where the "lottery factor" comes into play. What if you spillunder someone who is lazy? Someone who is just sitting around and waiting for spillunder? Remember you only get 20% (in a 5x6 matrix) of the efforts of the person directly above you, not 20% (in a 5x6 matrix) of the person who invited you into the program. 20% of zero is zero. Therefore when considering joining a program ask the "heavy hitter" who on his team is a good recruiter with a good open position. This will prevent you from spilling under a lazy member and the "heavy hitter" won't mind giving you this info as he still benefits from having you in his downline regardless of where you are. Don't just randomly spillunder someone. In fact, the way spillover works, you USUALLY spillunder the weakest person. Perhaps I will explain why in a different article. I mentioned earlier that a 3x15 matrix should have more spillover than a 5x6 matrix. Mathematically speaking this is true, however what if the sponsor has more than 1 position? This is fairly common in the online marketing world as I have discovered. Many skilled marketers buy multiple positions under themselves in order to leverage their efforts and make more money. By doing this they slow down the spillover for their recruits. So if a heavy hitter has 2 positions in a 3x15 matrix but only 1 position in a 5x6 then mathematically the 1 position in the 5x6 is going to provide better spillover. But even then there are more factors to consider. One also needs to look at how difficult it is to get recruits. For example Teamwork Revolution is $10/mo (at the time of writing this article) and Work for $3 is only a one time payment of $3 + $0.40 Alertpay fee. I joined both of these programs at the same time and marketed them side by side to see how each performed. During my first month I sponsored about 5 people in Teamwork Revolution and received about the same in spillover. On the other hand Work for 3 Dollars provided me ZERO spillover but I was able to personally sponsor about 60 people during that first same month. This seems to defy the logic. Work for 3 Dollars is a matrix only 3 wide so my spillover rate should have been higher, but in fact it was ZERO (and still is after 6 months). The problem is I spilled under someone who isn't doing any marketing or is marketing unsuccessfully. With Teamwork Revolution the situation was different. I was able to secure a first line position of an experienced GDI marketer. I told her I would only join her in Teamwork Revolution if I was on her first line. She agreed under the condition that I wouldn't be lazy and I would actually market the program, which I did. It's from being on this first line of this experienced marketer that I was able to get those spillovers. Therefore with Teamwork Revolution I was in the right place at the right time. This is a very big factor to getting good spillover. Now back to my point about the "difficulty factor". Let's pretend Work for 3 dollars was 10 wide whereas Teamwork Revolution was only 2 wide. Mathematically under these conditions Work for 3 Dollars is no good. The matrix is too wide to see any decent spillover. But you need to look at my results from my first month. Since Teamwork Revolution is more expensive, and also requires you to pay monthly fee, people are less likely to join. Work for $3 is very cheap, and a one time fee. Therefore it is very low risk so people don't really think about it. They just join impulsively without thinking. So in my hypothetical example, Work for $3 still provides a higher rate of spillover than Teamwork Revolution, despite being so much wider. In summary there are 3 factors to consider when looking for maximum spillover. The first is the width of the matrix : 5x6 ? 3x15 ? The second is who is your DIRECT upline member (not
Slide 3: necessarily your sponsor). If you spillunder a lazy person waiting for spillover then you won't see any spillover for quite some time. The third factor to consider is the difficulty factor of the program. If the program is a 2x10 for example that's the best spillover you can get. No matrix can be thinner than 2. However if that program costs $1000 per month, how many people do you think will join? If you take these 3 factors into consideration it's possible to create a mathematical equation that gives you a "Spillover Rating". Spillover = (100 / Width of matrix) x (The efforts of your direct upline member i.e. lazy or hard working) x (The difficulty in getting people to join the program i.e. is the program $1000 per month or a simple one time fee of $1?) My latest experiment has been with Teamwork Revolution Power System. It is a 2x8 matrix and has provided the most spillover of ALL the programs I have experimented with over the past 6 months. This goes hand in hand with my equation above because for one this matrix is only 2 wide (this is mathematically the thinnest a matrix can get). Further I am under some good recruiters (i.e. no lazy people above me) and finally this program is FREE to join right now making the 3rd factor (difficulty of recruiting people) also at it's possible best, as who is going to think twice about joining something that is free? So with all the best possible factors going for me I have been able to truly experience MAXIMUM Spillover. For example after 6 days I had over 30 spillovers. After 1 month over 140. So, I now know what Maximum Spillover truly is. I am certain I will never experience higher spillover rates than this ever again in my life. The only problem with this is nobody has had to pay any money yet. I have all these downline members, but no money or income to show for it yet. The first payment is set for November, so we will see how many of those people actually pay and decide to continue with the program. It shall make for excellent research material for my Online Marketing Experiment. The author has been an entrepreneur since he started his first business at the age of 17 buying and selling computers out of his house. Ever since then he has always dabbled in various businesses of one sort or another. His latest venture has been to try out the various Online Business Opportunities available and document his experiences and research in his Online Business Opportunities Reviewed blog. There you can read which Online Business Opportunities have succeeded, which have failed and which were scams. His latest experiment is with Teamwork Revolution Power System. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=James_F_Andrews

   
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