Many new members come into the GPT world lured by the attraction of making easy money quickly. While you can earn a nice supplement, probably one of the the key factors in increasing your income is gaining referrals.

When I first started, I had a very hard time getting referrals. I pestered every friend I knew to join, very few did. Then I started to seek out successful people and see what they did. Most of them had a great website and most of them also had a large mailing list of some kind in effect.

I immediately got to work on my first site and when it was all said and done, I thought I had done something great. I then setup a mailing list using a third party provider.

The next thing on my agenda was advertising. I never, ever recommend to anyone to invest any personal income into advertising until you’ve earned some money from your programs. Otherwise all you’re doing is gambling. And this industry is too volatile to warrant having to spend your own cash.

I’ve always been a fan of sites that offer points. Points are a terrific way for you to test out advertising without having to spend any cash. Many sites offer them and as a newbie starting out, these sites are perfect for you to test out your ad writing skills, your website, etc., without having to spend any money.

As you build up your referral network, you’ll earn a percentage of your referrals’ points as well as their cash. If you use all your points back into advertising you’ll build up your referral network in other sites at the same time.

Some sites also offer the ability to redeem points for upgraded memberships. Make sure to look at all your options and set yourself goals to reach. Little by little, it’ll add up and you didn’t have to spend any money until you’ve earned some.

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