REMINDER! Your $10 is waiting..

Hello NPN’ers,

This is a reminder that there’s only 1 week left in January, which means there’s only 7 days left to claim your $10 FREE for upgrading to Director level!

Click on “Psst.. Want $10 FREE??” in your NPN backoffice and follow the instructions (if you qualify).

For more information, read this post here.

In order to qualify to receive the $10 bonus:
1. Your subscription payment at the DIRECTOR (or higher) level must be received before the end of January 31st, 2011.
2. You must have an active DIRECTOR (or higher) subscription at the time of our next commission payday.
3. You must have sent the email request as noted above within 48 hours of your upgrade.
4. You must be upgrading from a PRO or PLUS level account during the current month. This promotion does not apply to new NPN accounts or previously upgraded accounts.

Are you going for it?? What’s stopping you..

That’s it for now, have a great day!

– Geoff Stephen

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You Are Missing out on More Money!

Hello NPN’ers,

I was running some of my usual daily reports on various statistics for GlobalNPN and there was one in particular that I found very surprising (and kinda disappointing).

One report I check is how many members have referrals of their own that are upgraded to a HIGHER level than they are. In other words, for example, if I was at the PLUS level and one (or more) of my referrals was at the DIRECTOR level or higher, I would be flagged in this report.

Why?? Because that means I am missing out on commissions every month and I am not maximizing the money coming in to my account.

You see, if I am a PLUS level member, the most I can make on any referral is $10 per month, even if they’re higher on the ladder than I am, I still only make $10 in referral bonus. (!!!) So… in order to maximize my income every month, I need to be upgraded to the level of my referrals. If I have a DIRECTOR as a referral, I need to be a DIRECTOR (or higher) also in order to earn the maximum income on that referral.

Here’s another example so you’ll see what I mean…


I am a PRO level member and I have 5 personal referrals.

The most I can make at PRO in referral bonuses is $5 each.. so in this case $25 in total every month. Not bad.

However.. 3 of my referrals have upgraded to DIRECTOR. Hooray!

But… I STILL only make $5 each because I’m still down at the PRO level.

Now if I upgrade to DIRECTOR with my referrals, I will make $25 for EACH of those DIRECTOR referrals every month.

So.. upgrading to DIRECTOR in this case will instantly increase my monthly referral bonus income to $85 per month. Get it? I have 3 DIRECTORS which now earn me $25 each, and my other 2 referrals are still at PRO which earn me $5 each. $25+$25+$25+$5+$5 = $85.00 !

If I had stayed at PRO, my monthly profit would have stayed at roughly $15. Upgrading to DIRECTOR has increased my monthly profit to over $45 per month! Worth it?? Yeah I think so.


To shorten this long story, it is necessary for you to be upgraded at least to the level of your highest referral in order for you to maximize your monthly earnings. Do NOT miss out, it’s free money!

Believe it or not, as of this writing, there are exactly 100 members that are at a lower level than at least one of their personal referrals. Are you one of these people? Login to your backoffice and check… there will be a big yellow box recommending you upgrade. If you don’t see this box, you’re ok.

Please please please take care of this, I hate to see people missing out.

For upgrading information, refer to this article:

That’s all for now, just a heads up!

– Geoff.

QOD: Why can’t I pay after I’ve made money with your program?

From the depths of Geoff’s support ticket archives..

Question of the day:
Why can’t I pay after I’ve made money with your program? I don’t want to pay first.

Answer: Well, I suppose this would all come down to mindset. Think about it.

“I don’t want to pay until my referrals pay and I make a commission, then I’ll decide if I want to pay.”

Chances are your referrals would have the same mindset as you, which means they won’t pay either until they’ve referred some paying members.. but then THOSE people would do the same thing… not pay until THEY’RE making money. Do you see a pattern here? I do. The end result: NOBODY is paying, and NOBODY is making any money.

Remember, you’re not paying for the program. You’re paying for the products that the company is selling. The affiliate ‘program’ is attached to the product. It’s up to you if you want to make money by reselling the products. But you’re not going to get ‘real’ products for free.

How about this: I’ll offer you a job at my company, but I won’t actually pay you until you’ve proven that my company will benefit from having you as an employee. You can work for free for me for a month or so, then I’ll decide. Still interested in the job? … didn’t think so.

You need to be willing to invest in your business, in yourself, in your knowledge, your education, and your skills. If you’re not willing to do this, you’re not right for this industry and you should keep working for someone else.

If you want it, you’ll do what it takes to succeed. If you’ve got it in you, you WILL be successful.

Have a great day,
– Geoff