I always see the word scam!..

Yes it’s true. When you attempt to do a some research on a potential online you will find the word scam associated with almost anything.

I will be honest here, one of the ‘mentors’ I had actually instructed me to do a video titling the business as a scam to get views. I was to promote the company with this misleading title. Something I refused to do.

I want to tell you a quick story. A few years back a good friend of mine ( a couple of my friends have run an offline biz), but this person decided to open a niche store. This store was in the right reasons for the niche. Inventory was ordered and paid for. The store was brought to the condition for occupancy certification. The first month advertising was very mild due to all the other costs involved. The 2nd month some more money was spent on advertising and a little money was now being made. Fast forward a few months with very little growth or profit. The expenses added up, the person is forced to close up shop.

My question is this….. Was this person scammed because a business attempt did not work out the way they dreamed? I mean a successful store owner may tell you to open up a store, just because he is a success and your store isn’t does not make it a scam. Just like with internet opportunities, you may see someone “hit it out of the park” with a certain bizop online it does not mean you will.  Also you may see a bunch of people ‘striking out’ with a certain bizop; it does not mean you will.

Please remember when researching that you will come across people that have failed in an online biz and for that reason will say it’s a scam.

Just like I don’t feel that the subject of the story above was scammed. I don’t feel everything that is called a scam online is a scam.

I have in the past been scammed by a company offering a website and traffic etc… Eventually I got a website, no traffic, no commission and poof all of the sudden my site was gone as was my money as was every person I spoke with to get this going.

Please be smart when looking into online business. Do not get in over your head, based on the lofty promises of some ‘guru’. Just like gambling. Never risk more than you can afford to lose..

Be the hero of your own movie.

I have been spending some time this morning watching and listening to Joe Rogan and other motivational stuff this morning. Take charge of your life and write your own movie everyday and be the here!

I wanted to share this quick video (less than 2 minutes) with everyone.

Warning: foul language is used in this video if that offends don’t watch.

Have you heard of Yoonla?

July1,2018 Update to the Yoonla Program.

The following changes go into effect July1,2018.

Yoonla Elite referral upgrade commission will go from $30 to $75 per upgrade.

2nd tier Elite upgrade commission splitting will stop. Basically the commission goes to the aff that generates the upgrade.

Non tier 1 pay per lead will stop, however you can still get the lead and earn the commission if/when they upgrade.

Yoonla will be adding up-sells to boost commissions up to 60%

Commission/referral processing will now be done 2x per monthly. Around the 1st and 15th, instead of previous once per month.

Minimum Payout amount will be lowered to $150. To qualify for payout, 2 approved Yoonla Elite upgrades will need to be generated. (2 upgrades = 150 bucks)

Yoonla will continue to use paypal as a payment option yet other payment options are being worked out. Also wire transfer option will be available for payments over 500. The initial fee is covered by Yoonla, your bank may still charge you a fee.


These are the current updates with Yoonla. Although there are a few diff requirements to making money Yoonla is still a super solid program!


You can join Yoonla For FREE   HERE


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Hi everyone.  I was wondering have you heard of Yoonla?  I made a post about cpa awhile back and mentioned yoonla in it (see it here).  Not sure if you remember or even read it.  Let me tell you a little bit about it.

Basically Yoonla is a platform for creating your own personal digital lifestyle. It teaches you the basics of setting up a squeeze page and basics of email marketing. All stuff to get you started on your way to a digital lifestyle.   There are of course upgrades to the free membership.  Lets start at the free stuff though.

For free you will learn the basics as stated above and will earn a cpa commission for free sign ups from certain countries, (certain countries are blocked due issues Yoonla experienced with them in phase 1).

When you upgrade (which is not paying Yoonla directly) you are basically signing up through their link to a hosting (yahoo) and email autoresponder (getresponse).  By signing up through the link they provide, they get a commission and it is considered the upgrade. A pretty good deal I think!!

The “upgrade” is quite affordable in my opinion.  Getresponse is only 15 bucks a month at the 1st level, and it can be used with many other pages and lists you may want to have. Even if you already have an account you would need to signup through the link inside Yoonla for it to count for your upgrade.  The hosting with Yahoo is a yearly plan at about 85 bucks. HOWEVER!! do not let that price point bother you too much because it does include a domain name, and Yoonla has a coupon for a percentage off of the yearly plan.

Now once you have gone through all of that (it really is simple) and you are fully upgraded, you are all set to make a little more in cpa prices, and since you are upgraded you are all set to make commissions off of upgrades from your signups!

I know people that made thousands in only a couple of months during phase 1 of Yoonla, I was a little lazy when I signed up and didn’t take action when I should have.  Do not be like me and miss out on the money.


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