The Amazing Power of Paying Your Subscribers
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Your Single Operated Newsletter can, with a modest fee of only $10 to $49 a month, deliver a lifestyle-changing 6 figure income...

LOS ANGELES - Californer -- You may be familiar with the typical advantages of a Single Operated Newsletter:
  1. It's cost-efficient, you can create, produce, and send a high quantity with minimal investment.
  2. Your digital newsletter is delivered instantly, allowing you to be precise on timing you can even schedule these deliveries to allow for vacation time or travel.
  3. You can create instant revenue with offers contained in your digital newsletter.
But what many new Single Operated Newsletter creators may not be aware of is the immense income bump available from paying referring subscribers!

Many online businesses ask for hundreds to thousands of dollars from their customers.

In these Pademic times, folks are watching their wallets.

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Your Single Operated Newsletter can, with a modest fee of only $10 to $49 a month, deliver a lifestyle-changing 6 figure income.

However, when you are willing to share your bounty the numbers escalate very quickly.

A $25/month Single Operated Newsletter with only 200 subscribers is $60,000.00 dollars.
($25 x 200 = $5,000 x 12 = $60,000 a year – remember you are doing this on a part-time basis initially).

If only 20 of those existing subscribers refer one new reader you have given yourself a 6,000 dollar raise!

Your readers will love the idea of sharing this curated product with others because friends have similar interests.

So what happens when these new referred subscribers learn that they can also be compensated for doing likewise?

I think you may be starting to see the financial impact of this new approach to lifestyle creation.

Learn more below:

https://paidletter.com/

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PaidLetter.com
***@paidletter.com
410-234-2004


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