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How GDI Differs from Other Affiliate Programs

Up Front Cost

To get started with many affiliate marketing programs there is a sizeable start up or up front cost. This cost might go to inventory, products you need, or simply the cost to have access to the business. These up front costs can be quite hefty, especially since you haven’t even had a chance to build your business yet. But this is not so with GDI. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been with GDI for years, the cost is just $10 per month. Not only is this a low monthly cost, but it is the same cost that someone pays to simply get started with GDI. $10 is most likely the smallest amount of money you will need to start your own business and $10 per month is all it takes to start building income for life.


Like many affiliate marketing companies, GDI offers you a great product to take advantage of and earn income as you share it with others. But unlike other companies, you don’t need to buy huge amounts of products that you must pay up front for and then find somewhere to store. With GDI, the product and services are all online. You have access to an unlimited number of products with just an internet connection and there is no need to pay up front for what you pass on to others. You simply pay $10 per month for GDI’s products and services and earn your income as you refer others. No up front fees, no products to ship.

Quotes for Success

withideaLooking for success with GDI? Sometimes all you need is a little motivation. Here are some of our current favorite quotes on success.

“Expect the best. Prepare for the worst. Capitalize on what comes.”- Zig Ziglar

“If you go looking for a friend, you’re going to find they’re scarce. If you go out to be a friend, you’ll find them everywhere.”- Zig Ziglar

“I have found no greater satisfaction than achieving success through honest dealing and strict adherence to the view that, for you to gain, those you deal with should gain as well.” – Alan Greenspan

“The competitor to be feared is one who never bothers about you at all, but goes on making his own business better all the time. “- Henry Ford

“To think is easy. To act is difficult. To act as one thinks is the most difficult.” – Johann Wolfgang Von Goeth

Midweek Motivation: Measuring Success

How are you measuring your success with GDI? Here are a few ideas to get you going. You don’t have to measure success our way, think of a few of your own measurements and strive for that success!

Hit Logs

This is a crucial tool that is available to our Premium and basic users. Hit logs provide valuable information about the people visiting your site to help you better understand your traffic and your site’s effectiveness. While both Premium and basic users have access to hit logs from the Members Area, Premium users get much more detail with their hit logs. Check out your hit logs to see patterns in people visiting your site and how successful certain campaigns are. Then compare these numbers to your sign up numbers. If you’ve got a good amount of traffic and few sign ups, maybe there is something that needs to be changed on your site.


While sign ups are the direct way to make money with GDI, dialogue is one way to get you to these sign ups. What do we mean by dialogue? Specifically creating a dialogue a with anyone and very interested in GDI and network marketing. Have a good dialogue with your team members to ensure they are successful. Start conversations and answers questions of those people who aren’t on your team to establish yourself as a thought leader and dependable source for GDI information and experience. The more people you have dialogue with, the more touch points you have out and the better chance for sign ups down the line.

Sign Ups

Sign ups are the true sign of success with GDI. But try to go further with your sign ups and do a little research into why people are signing up and what made them join with you versus someone else. This information can help you streamline and target your marketing for your next signup.