Suggestions for Marketing GDI

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Looking for suggestions on the best way to market GDI effectively. I am having limited results and don't know if I should just cut my losses or if there is a way to build a decent downline. Any suggestions would be helpful.

#gdi #marketing #suggestions
  • Profile picture of the author TLTheLiberator
    Is that one of those mlm type of thingys??

    If it is, good luck.


    "It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. -- Mark Twain

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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Birch
    Do GDI still pay a whole dollar for each referral for what is in essence, a hosting affiliate program?
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    • Profile picture of the author Liam Hamer
      I was in GDI a few months when I started IM, under a successful and helpful sponsor. Still though, it took me a while to realise it(and MLM in general) wasn't for me. I found it a little demoralizing to try and reach as many people as possible with this 'Thousands of people are making money online with this opportunity' kind of thing. Plus, the $10 monthly hosting is pretty steep, especially considering most don't even use it, rather they just use the GDI promotional templates.

      I'm not saying you can't be successful in it, but if you really want to stick with it - I'd advise you to move away from stuff that everyone else is doing - Twitter/Facebook/Myspace, Classified sites, Video sharing sites etc. You're limited in what you can do in terms of articles and such too. I was never successful with it, and I'm actually thankful for that - it was one of the first things that introduced me to the world of IM and I actually learned quite a bit, albeit one of those things was that MLM is not for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author bravo75
    Don't waste your time with it
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  • Profile picture of the author showbizvet
    I like what Liam Hamer says... while GDI certainly has possibilities, what can you do to make your participation unique. Some years back I was involved with an up and coming MLM (later found MLM wasn't my thing) and while the company seemed sound, it was like Salmon swimming upstream. Sure, some of them make it.. but most don't.

    That's not being negative, merely saying you need to do something unique with GDI and/or come up with something that is uniquely your own.
    Reserved for something coming soon.
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