I notice a few Wealthy Affiliate people are members of Global Moneyline.
Is this a good vehicle to help with list building, or is it a potentially expensive waste of time ?
The free sign up does not seem to be of any real value. The first upgrade is a $20 bronze membership which is toe-in-the-water time, and which will, in all probability, not attract much (or any) traffic.
Next stage is $50 silver membership which allows members to have greater exposure to their "downline". You are able to advertise your products and services to a better standard, and once anyone responds to your ads, they are "on your list".
This is all well and good, but what is the standard and status of these people who "opt-in" ? Are they definite potential customers, or time wasters attracted by the word "free", which crops up on many of the ads.
Global Moneyline does not have a product to sell. It's only asset is the members and those joining from all over the world every day.
The Global Moneyline people tell you what a great business it is. The Google reviews tell a different story. Many of these, however, may be from people not advertising the right products or services in the right way, or disgruntled tyre-kickers griping because they haven't got something for nothing. Let's face it, even Wealthy Affiliate gets its share of bad press from time to time.
So is Global Moneyline a good additional method for attracting new customers, or another money-pit.
Any offers ?
ps - the graphic above is not an affiliate link ! Just in case you thought.........