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Program to help autistic children--Product FREE--You get $35

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What is the most attractive feature of this program?

1st tier per sale payout of $35
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2nd tier payout of $5
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The conversion rate
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The large market base
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The automated second tier
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That it is a feel-good product and company
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Other
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Total votes : 2

Program to help autistic children--Product FREE--You get $35

Postby jkgulick » Tue Jun 02, 2009 5:15 pm

The Columbia-Inland Corporation has just started marketing a new therapeutic mobility device (fun push-pull car) that really helps kids with autism and other disabilities. We have the funding sources already that will purchase a Power Pumper for most every kid that needs one. We just need a few great affiliate marketers to help us let people know that they are available.

http://www.powerpumper.com

The main benefits to our program (as I see it) are as follows:
  • Decent per sale payout for manufactured goods - $35.00
  • Decent second tier payout - $5.00
  • Good conversion rate ( 1:18 ) - great website - free funding is available in every state
  • Huge untapped market - 1 in 67 kids are developing autism now, and that is just a segment of the market - brand new affiliate program
  • Automatic second tier - we automatically enroll those who purchase or apply for funding as affiliates and send them a link for them to promote if they wish. This can help build your second tier income.
  • Good karma - the Power Pumper helps children with special needs and is built by adults with special needs in a solar-powered factory.
  • Good webmaster/ affiliate program manager. :-)


We are trying to market the Power Pumper to help children with autism, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, brain injuries, hemiplegia, brachial plexus injuries, and other developmental and congenital disorders. Ask me if you want a full list.

If you are interested, the info about our affiliate program is here:

http://www.powerpumper.com/about-us/affiliate-program

(note: the board does not want to advertise the second tier payout as they are afraid to look pyramidal, but it is part of the program) If you have any questions, ask me here, as I will be monitoring this thread.

Warm regards,

Josh GulickA
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Postby lisamariemary » Wed Jun 03, 2009 7:26 pm

What a wonderful product!! My oldest has Sensory Integration Dysfunction - actually, I think my husband, my two boys and I all have it. My eldest is the one that has had the most 'life interference' from it, though.

Well, unless you count the fact that my 14yr old hardly eats. *shakes head*

Anyhoo - this would've been a great product for my oldest, for sure!

I wonder, though, why would a product that is so great and so wonderful - bother with a second tier payment structure? Kind of sours the goodness of it, doesn't it?

Or am I just a 'second tier prude'?
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Postby jkgulick » Wed Jun 03, 2009 8:47 pm

Hi Lisa,

I didn't realize there was a stigmata about having a second tier. I thought that it was just a way to encourage internet marketers to spread the word about the program. :D

I know a lot of the larger corporations (amazon, ebay, etc.) don't have a second tier, but I thought that that is really because it is not worthwhile for them to spend the extra money to have affiliates advertise their affiliate program. I imagine if it made financial sense for them, they would implement it. Our board just made this decision simply because it will help get the word out and it will help us stay in the black.

Peace,

Josh

PS - we will be coming out with the adult model soon. It is really awesome. There's some pics on the site.
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