Some cheesy web site builder plus web based email. The kinda
stuff you get from GoDaddy for less than $15 bucks a month.
BUT WAIT!!!!! GoDaddy doesn't pay you to refer others!!!!
Oh... what? You say GoDaddy has an affiliate program that pays you to refer others? Oh... never mind.
So... you can see why I'm confused about why smart people would choose the $1K program over the $8K program when the entry fee and weekly juice is the same?????
Here's a link to the guy's $8K deal... https://www.8kaweek.net/guest/cd/home.php
Best to ya'
1. If you want a really affordable webpage (without ads) look at Weebly.com. You get 10 websites for the price of 1 at GoDaddy.com: $4.95 per month. Of course there are other considerations besides just cost-- each has their own set of benefits. Of course, that's if that is all you are looking for....
If you want to compare the 1000AW opportunity to GoDaddy affiliate program, you have to look a little further:
1000AW is $20 start-up and $29.95 per week. Sell three and it's free.
To get a comparable business opportunity with GoDaddy you need to go far beyond $15 per month that you've proposed.
$699 set-up for international merchant account
$20/month merchant account fee
.40 per transaction fee
2.99 per month for email service (no broadcast or autoresponder capability that I can detect-- unlike 1000AW)1000AW
Sell 120 with 1000AW and you net about $2140 per week (Cost is $29.95 per week
Sell 3 and help your team sell the other 117 and you make $1000 per week (Cost is $29.95 per )
This system cost supports broadcast email as well as auto-responder email plus hosting on multiple websites (perhaps unlimited
-- I've sent a support ticket to find out)GoDaddy
Sell 120 with GoDaddy and your net is ________ (Cost is $19 per week
: $5 for Merchant Account, $12/week-- avg-- for merchant fees, $.75/week for non-auto-responder email, and $1.25/week for hosting 1 site
The GoDaddys system cost does not support broadcast email or auto-responder email and cost would go up for each additional site
. In effect, personal use of 9 total sites would make the two on par... but don't forget about the MA set-up cost of $700.
I don't know anything about the GoDaddy affiliate comp plan; my point was to point that you get what you pay for and the $15/month gauntlet throw down is not fair or realistic.
2. My hunch is that the 1000AW was launched as a feeder program (after the fact). I don't know enough about the details of it to do anything but guess.