Congratulations on everyone’s hard work in February! February 2014 saw a record number of teams earn the Team Bonus! This is impressive any month, but with only 28 days in February, it’s phenomenal! Here’s how all the numbers break down for February 2014.
Total Payout: $6,937.00
Total Multipliers: 10.75
Number of Teams Awarded the Bonus: 9
Teams Who Won a Bonus: 21Millionaire, GDI Website Leaders, GDI Team 1, Dollar Wise, Magyar Csapat, WS Profits, GDI-HYDERABAD, congo, Red de Oportunidades
Biggest Team Payout: $3,375.00
Smallest Team Payout: $250.00
Team Size of Biggest Winner: 1,115
Number of Sign Ups: 228
Qualified Team Members: 105
Team Size of Smallest Winner: 26
Number of Sign Ups: 25
Qualified Team Members: 12
If you want to win the Team Bonus, get started now. March’s contest is in full swing. To learn more about getting started, read our post on it HERE.
Our confirmed winners of the October Team Bonus just went live last week. We had another big month for money awarded. Here’s how all the numbers break down.
Total Payout: $8312.50
Number of Teams Awarded the Bonus: 6
Teams Who Won a Bonus: 21Millionaire, GDI Website Leaders, Team Solid, WS Profits, GDI Team 1, iNfinity
Teams with First Time LeaderBoard appearance: 2
Biggest Team Payout: $5,000.00to 21Millionare
Smallest Team Payout: $250.00 to iNfinity
Team Size of Biggest Winner: 1336
Number of Sign Ups: 280
Qualified Team Members: 130 qualified members earned share of bonus
Team Size of Smallest Winner: 43
Number of Sign Ups: 26
Qualified Team Members: 5 qualified members earned bonus
Our Team Bonus Competition for November is already running. Be sure to work towards the bonus this month of join or create a team for December. Learn how HERE.
If you were on Facebook this week, chances are you saw a blog post titled “Marriage Isn’t for You” being shared around. This article had an attention grabbing title and a relatable topic causing many people to click. If you did click, you found out that the headline is a bit misleading. It wasn’t an article about someone’s choice not to marry, but rather why they believe marriage is about the other person. The author didn’t do this on accident. He knew an essential aspect of getting your content read and shared is how you title and share it and he knew just how to do it. While GDI has nothing to do with marriage, this post is a great example to learn from. Here are a few more ways to title your content to get seen and get shared.
Mislead (just a little). The example above insinuates a scandalous topic, but the article is really about just the opposite. Find a clever way to announce your post or site that grabs people’s attention, even if your content takes a different approach than the headline.
Highlight a bad review. Ever get a bad review or comment you think was unfair? Share it. People are dying to know who said what about whom, so share it. Address the issue in your content but use the bad review to lead people in.
Tease. If you know you’ve got a great post on your hands, save it for a few days. Tease social media with info about your upcoming post or WebSite creating buzz for when it finally goes live.
Make a promise. It doesn’t have to be a money backed guarantee but something like “We promise you’ll learn something new on our site” is enough to drag some people in. Get creative and share.