The Ad Packs are cheaper, but the same model applies. Every pack makes a loss.
And to get your 'revenue share' you have to spam as many social networks as you can.
So be prepared to have your Facebook accounts terminated.
These are a few of Facebook's rules:
'You will not post unauthorized commercial communications (such as spam) on Facebook.
You will not engage in unlawful multi-level marketing, such as a pyramid scheme, on Facebook.
You will not use your personal timeline primarily for your own commercial gain, and will use a Facebook Page for such purposes.'
Is losing your Facebook etc account worth it?
And this is the definition of Revenue Share from Wikipedia:
'Revenue sharing is the distribution of profits and losses between stakeholders, who could be general partners (and limited partners in a limited partnership), a company's employees, or between companies in a business alliance.
Revenue sharing in Internet marketing is also known as cost per sale, in which the cost of advertising is determined by the revenue generated as a result of the advertisement itself. This method accounts for about 80% of affiliate marketing programs, primarily dominated by online retailers such as Amazon and eBay.
Web-based companies including HubPages, Squidoo, Helium and Infobarrel also practice a form of revenue sharing, in which a company invites writers to create content for a website in exchange for a share of its advertising revenue, giving the authors the possibility of ongoing income from a single piece of work, and guaranteeing to the commissioning company that it will never pay more for content than it generates in advertising revenue. Pay rates vary dramatically from site to site, depending on the success of the site and the popularity of individual articles.'
Note : 'it will never pay more for content than it generates in advertising revenue.'
You are not a 'partner' or an 'employee', you are being charged for a 'service' that ultimately you get a refund from and a little bonus on top. So once again, this 'business model' is not sustainable and will close - just like the previous two versions have done.
Some shots from Simons event on Saturday 7th January 2017. Simon says clicking on Ads is 'so last year!'
Whatever happened to 'Map is for Life'?