For the major corporations like HBO, Taco Bell, and Harley Davidson, it beats AdWords hands down!
Best of all, It's FREE for you to use and affiliate for, and it Guarantees that you (as a page owner) get Paid for 100% of your traffic! No Clicks Necessary!
Your website visitors don’t have to do anything at all and you get paid! Even if you don't have a website, you can set up PPP on a free website.
How is that possible?
When a visitor enters your site, your site will 'play' a 5 second audio and you get paid!
This WILL affect the way you earn with all of your websites in the very near future.
In fact, it will affect ALL Non-Sales-Page Websites in the very near future!
As far as affiliating for PPP goes, you have until Feb 1st to become an affiliate. (Or at least what they call a "Core Member" affiliate, where you make reccurring commissions on 2 levels of downline underneath you.)
Get in on this Right Now.
As you may know, major television networks are in trouble because their advertising revenue is dropping. They are losing market share at a dramatic pace.
People now spend more time on the internet and LESS time watching TV. So the advertising dollars are moving... from the TV moguls... to website owners. That's us! And we're talking residual income.
For the first time in history thousands of people are going to share in revenue that was formerly paid to major television networks.
Billions of dollars are going to be paid on a residual basis to a "core group" of marketing partners... The company spear-heading this is NetAudioAds and they need your help to spread the word.
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