Welcome to Cash Leveraging, this is a complete roadmap of what you need to do from day 1 forward.
Decide on your budget
Here is a table that shows your initial and ongoing expenses. The first month incurs a lot of expenses. After that you only have 3 monthly expenses: virtual phone number ($40), voice broadcasting ($300-$1200), and the tracking software ($34.95).
Get a gmail account and domain names
Normally you want the domain names and email to be similar, although they don’t have to be. And you need to get 2 domain names, or maybe 3. In my case, this is how I did it.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and my domain names are:
Click on Join Now and join
I prefer deposits to my bank accounts, either directly or via wire (you can subtract the amount of the wire if you must wire). My bank accounts are:
- Wells Fargo
- Bank of America
Include the 2 signed forms with Pledge
Order your Landing Page
Purchase leads and voice broadcasting
Invite, Invite, Invite!
If the question is not answered in the presentation, then the live Q&A Call is the best way to get answers and see just how many people love what we are doing?
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Contents1 Merchant referrals2 Ways to shop3 Membership4 Referral levels5 References Merchant referrals If you refer a merchant to the Dubli network, you get nothing. If you refer a small business to Lyoness, you earn permanently on them. If you know the owner of a national chain and refer them to Lyoness, you receive a one-time payment. Ways to shop Dubli offers online shopping and online auctions. Lyoness offers 4 ways…Read more...
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