Understanding MRM

@jayyerex (224)
Canada
February 13, 2009 7:56pm CST
MRM, aka multi referal marketing. For anyone that is interested is a referal system that pays the referer for the traffic he/she generates for a specific site. In other words if I were to invite you to a website and you decided to become a member of that site for whatever reason, I would recieve a commission based on that referal. Other benefits of these types of sites are increased traffic to your own site, business connections throughout multiple industries and of course incentives for high achievers. The more you refer, the more the company/website gives. In this fashion there is no selling, only inviting. It's painfully easy and very profitable if you put an honest effort into it. I have built up over 400 contacts now and I'm sitting at 7 members on my team in about a month and a half. My primary website has seen a significant increase in hits and generated several quality leads for me to follow up on. I am writing this post because I believe that it is a good way for everyone to profit. I would ask anyone who is interested to ask any questions you might have. I would be happy to answer them for you. Sincerely, Jay
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@diansinta (7550)
• Indonesia
14 Feb 09
Hi Jay, I wanna ask you about that will we ever get stuffed by email if i join in? thanks Happy posting always, oxox'dian from Bali island.
@jayyerex (224)
• Canada
14 Feb 09
Most sites that I have investigated give the opportunity to opt out of emails from not only members but from businesses as well. Are you talking about spam? I have been with Directmatches.com now for about a month and a half and I haven't recieved any spam. It really is an excellent site. You'll be given your own inbox within the directmatches site and trust me, you will egt lots and lots of mail, but again it is contained within the site. I think you can even hide your email if you wish. Let me check it out for you and I will get back. Good question.
@jayyerex (224)
• Canada
14 Feb 09
As I suspected, you do have the option to opt out of all communications from DM members and the administration as well. If you are interested, follow the link in my profile. Have a great weekend, Jay