Once you become a Trunited Marketer, you’ll quickly begin to realize the power your influence can have. You’ll start to see results, and those you’ve brought to Trunited.com will start to see results as well. The inevitable question will be…How can I do even better?
Great news! Trunited is built with your success in mind. Remember, pointholders have control over their own success. The more influence you have on the bottom line, the more traffic you drive to brands, the more points you will get each month. And points equals money.
The fastest way to earn more points is to get access to more depth credit.
Depth credit refers to, quite simply, the depth of connections you make and the amount of profit points you get credit for in regards to that depth.
The more influence a marketer demonstrates in the Trunited Marketplace, the more credit he or she gets in profit points. For reference:
Someone you personally connect is in your first level of depth credit. A participant who is connected by someone in your first level of depth is considered to be in your second level of depth. When a participant in your second level connects someone to Trunited, that new participant is in your third level of depth credit. And so on.
A Trunited Marketer may receive up to fifteen levels of depth credit, although there are no limits to width, which refers to the number of people connected on a given level.
To get depth credit, you need to reach new levels of leadership and demonstrate your true level of influence as a Trunited Marketer.
A Promoter is someone who has connected at least three pointholders earning 30 points each to Trunited, and has seen at least three of those pointholders connect at least one other person making 30 points each month.
So if you connect three pointholders and they all create 30 points commerce in a given month, all you need is for each of them to find one person who wants to get cash back for their everyday purchases and bam!
You are now a Promoter, entitled to two levels of depth credit.
How does that look in an example?
Let’s say you obtain 100 points in personal purchases and everyone else does 100 points that month as well. You now get your 100 points, plus credit for those in your first level of depth. As a Promoter, your frontline consists of three marketers, and each has more points for you to match with, but still count as only 100 because you have to match volume with personal points. However, since you are now a Promoter, you get to match points with that next level as well.
That’s 100 personal points plus credit for match points of those in two levels!
And just as importantly, you’re on your way to bigger and better titles. Once you connect, your goal should be to connect 6-10 people in your close sphere of influence and get them to earn at least 30 points a month, just like if you joined Facebook, referred people to join it, and helped them learn to post content.
By doing this, you’ll likely become a Promoter, and becoming a Promoter is the best way to soon develop into the basic leader unit called a PaceSetter.
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