Three Steps To Profiting Wildly With Autosurfs And Hyips Part I

Three Steps To Profiting Wildly With Autosurfs And Hyips Part I



Three Steps To Profiting Wildly With Autosurfs And Hyips - Part I
Let's talk about the high-yield, high-risk arena of​ Paid-to-Surf advertising programs and HYIPs out there, and how you can be truly successful at​ achieving an​ insane return on your investment.
There are three primary areas where it​ would be wise to​ consider using specific strategies designed to​ help enhance your profits, limit your risks, or​ both.
1 .​
Program Selection
2 .​
Portfolio Management
3 .​
Money Management
1 .​
Program Selection
You'll get lots of​ different opinions on this subject, but the bottom line for this issue is​ the same as​ it​ is​ for many others .​
Your ultimate decision will depend on your tolerance for risk .​
That may sound a​ little odd considering that all of​ these programs are high risk, but it's also true that some are riskier than others .​
I​ recommend that you keep the following in​ mind when choosing a​ program:
Transparency - How much information is​ available regarding the program administrator(s)? Do they have an​ established reputation? How do they generate their revenue? Where are they located? What other programs have they been involved in?
When to​ get in​ - In most cases, it's probably wise to​ wait until a​ program has gone through a​ couple of​ cycles of​ timely payouts before you jump in​ with very much money.
When to​ get out - We also know that most programs don't last for even a​ year, so if​ a​ program has already been around for several months, keep on eye on it's alexa charts and the forums to​ watch for any signs of​ downward trends .​
You should support the programs and admins you trust and believe in, but don't let false hopes lead you to​ make poor financial decisions.
Return on Investment (ROI) - Stay away from programs with an​ unusually high ROI .​
The returns offered by most of​ these programs are already fantastic .​
Don't get greedy .​
When a​ program appears to​ be offering a​ return that's unbelievable, then that's probably just what it​ is .​
Some programs have had fairly long lives offering as​ much as​ 2% net return per day, but that seems to​ be the upper limit.
Comparing Different Program ROIs - When comparing programs' ROIs, don't just look at​ their advertised rates like 10% for 13 days .​
This only tells you what your Gross ROI is​ (your return before any other expenses) .​
What you want to​ use for comparison sake is​ Net Daily ROI (your % return per day after all expenses) .​
130% could be considered your Gross ROI in​ the example above, but how many days does it​ take for you to​ actually get paid? 7 business days equates to​ about 10 calendar days on average so that would be 13 days + 10 days .​
And don't forget fees .​
Here's an​ example:
$100 spend earns $30 gross profit
Payment processor fee for spend was 2% ($2.00)
Program fees are 1% to​ cash out ($1.30)
Net profit = $30.00 - $1.30 - $2.00 = $26.7
Total time to​ receive funds back into your account = 23 days
So .. .​
Net Daily ROI = $26.7 / 23 days = 1.16
Now you know how to​ accurately compare programs.
Referral Commissions
If you're a​ ROI Detectives Associate, or​ otherwise interested in​ developing passive streams of​ income, then you'll need to​ pay attention to​ referral commissions .​
These commissions generally range from 1% all the way to​ 12% .​
In addition, several programs offer tiered commissions often going two to​ three levels deep .​
The profit potential here can be pretty staggering.
The point is​ that if​ you want to​ generate additional and passive streams of​ income, it​ is​ in​ your bests interests to​ select programs that have higher rates and multiple levels of​ referral commissions .​
It is​ also in​ your best interest to​ promote these programs more heavily than those programs without these incentives.
Hopefully, this short introduction will help steer you down the right path when it​ comes to​ program selection .​
Part II will focus on Portfolio Management.




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