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Unread 7th Jan 2013, 10:51 PM   #1
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Dumb question: why pips remove GDI?
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I'm a PIPS member for long time. When there are hostprofit,webprosperity etc.

Regarding the included programs, i'm not sure why pips remove GDI.

As i concerned this program is very reliable and trusted. No problem for long time since 2004.

Any thought?

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Unread 8th Jan 2013, 12:02 PM   #2
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I would say it is the low commissions, and look around - how many .ws domains do you see? It's really not very popular to have a .ws domain unless you are selling them.

I think Stone is changing the focus from being merely a 'starter' program for new marketers to 'get their feet wet' - (and we still welcome them) into one that will ALSO attract people who are more serious about having a full-time income from their home business.

As he said recently, it is just as easy to get a customer who will spend $25 than it is to find someone who will spend $10. (and you need to find less people when they are spending more money) -- something to that effect.

... and when you think about it, it is logical to believe that.

(from inside the system, I can tell you that sales have improved immensely since we replaced GDI and some of the other 'free' or 'cheap' programs with ones that have more potential).

... so there must be something to it.

(with that said, as always you are free to promote whatever programs you want from your own website - it is just that the PIPS affiliate sales page will always have only the PIPS 'core' programs that Stone determines are the best ones at the moment!)

Best of luck with your GDI business.

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