Revshares: Check what they are doing with their money. It’s important

Do you tend to look at what the companies you’re earning from are doing with the money? Advertisement programs based on revenue share bonuses, so ‘not guaranteed shares of profit’ not often allow you to take a look in their ‘pocket’ to check how much they actually earned and what sum of money they had to share, so there is no way you can fully control them, but… there are certain things that are worth observing, so we can come up with some interesting conclusions.

I personally believe, that the biggest challenge for each revshare system is the ability to skilfully manage their money, which they receive every time we by an adpack, etc.- so the company can multiply their funds to share with us even more.

By observing the market I notice that many programs DO NOT say what they are doing with money, or (!!) whether they do ANYTHING with it at all. We all know that the money needs to be working, so one bunch of funds can give us another bunch, and that the money that simply gets stuck in a program and nothing happens with it, is the money that does not work. If the money does not work… then how on earth will we make profits after 60/ 70 or 170 days? How? It is simply impossible.

Most revshare programs say that they will only pay us if they make profit, what of course sounds logical, but… would pure current sales be able to provide stable and long term profits to allow us to receive similar bonuses every time, or would it drop down at one point or another? I think that the second option sounds much more correct. And there is one reason for that: generally, people DO NOT enter revshare for advertisement and they DO NOT enter it because of advertisement, which is sold by the company.

Most people start using revshares because they want to earn 110, 120, 130%, and so on. The don’t care about advertisement at all. Once they’ve bought the relevant number of adpacks – they stop buying, simply working with what they have from that point onwards and then they start withdrawals. If a program does not have a large number of new registrations (new purchases) – the sales start going down. I think that’s obvious. Unless… a company’s profits are not only based on sales.

And that’s where the question comes from: ‘What are there programs doing with money and whether they’re multiplying it? And how they do it?

If they don’t attempt to multiply it – a program will get stuck at one point or another, because (it is my personal opinion), the sales of adpacks will stop – by those, who did not come here for advertisement, just for earnings. So eventually they will stop buying.

Where are revshare programs getting money from and how are they multiplying it?

First answer (most common):
They get it from outside sources (they own e.g. other websites, which generate their profits, they take part in affiliate programs on which they earn money from, they add themselves to platforms that are based on comparing prices, etc. – and if somebody is using them, they get profit from it. They may also create new projects, which generate new profits).

Unfortunately – in my opinion, those two ways of generating funds are not quiet enough to provide satisfying bonuses for revshare users. The time will come when revshare will only give you what they actually have, and as they will not have much, there won’t be much to share. So they will start introducing changes, which aim is to: a) reduce earning aspirations of their users, b) adjusting bonuses to little profits (read: their reduction, what is obvious, because high profits, or any profits – are not guaranteed in those programs).

Second answer:
They get it by taking opportunities that appear on the market, which, when used skilfully, can generate interesting and pretty stable profits for both company and its users.

What kind of opportunities I am talking about?

Cryptocurrencies trading: we are able to notice that there are more revshare programs coming up, which officially state that their outside source of finance is the trade on cryptocurrency markets that are beginning to be popular and promising for the future. How does it work? Very shortly: we buy advertisement packs, company takes the money and use it for cryptocurrency trade.
When you have substantial funds and you are operating them wisely, you can earn both on long term cryptocurrencies as well as, so called: short shots, that allow the company to make daily profits, so they can share them regularly with the users. In addition, it provides continuous flow of funds.

Example:
– 20 people buy 5 $50 adpacks each in a program. A company receive $5000 (depending on BTC value, it is e.g. 2 BTC). It’s a nice amounts.
They take those 2 BTC, put in on the market, and buy some other cryptocurrency, which value is currently dropping, but the project for it sounds interesting. For example 5000 coins for $1 each.
– The day after, the value of those coins increases by only 3% (0.03$)
– Effect: the company owns coins with a value of $5150 (daily profit – $150

– The program owners sell coins for $150 and share those daily profits with users who have bought packs
– If we assume that the company offers maximum of 2% daily bonus – it is $1 profit from each pack. There were 20 users and each one of them had 5 packs each, so they should receive 5 x $1 = $5. 20 people x $5 = $100
$150 of company’s profit minus $100 of money share = $50

– Users receive the money and the company is left with… $50 of pure profit + 5000 coins on the market for following day.

Clever? It is. Money makes money. And the machine carries on spinning.

More funds a company have (more people purchasing adpacks + other services) more money can be put on the market, for various coins and projects – more profits a program can generate to be able to share them with others. The money is not just being put in the cupboard, waiting for a program to shut down.

If we just take a pause for one moment: did you notice, that in those times of increased interest in cryptocurrency, there are many closed, paid groups being started, to which you can register, if you pay e.g. 0.1 BTC for entry?

I don’t mean these groups for which it is worth to pay that much, because there are some out there, but there are those ‘bright ones’ who have only just launched, but they ask you to pay for registration already. If you count it up: 100 people pay them 0.1BTC each = 10BTC! When they have 10 BTC, they go on the market and with this large sum of money, they can really do a lot, and then show you the results, which have been generated from all of it (with small funds it would be much more difficult to do)… But random people are looking at those large amounts and it does make a proper impression on them. These ‘bright guys’ have funds to do what they do, and you… are admiring screenshots ;)…

But is there a good deal in it? Of course: money makes money.

Examples of programs which are using their funds on cryptocurrency markets:

AdsCrypto – this program produces weekly spreadsheets of what coins they’ve bought, which ones they’ve sold and how much money from it went back to the program. And there are bonuses, the money does not lay there unproductively, what is a plus.

Take a look at one of those spreadsheets:

You can see 2 interesting things in it:

1. Most outside profits for the program comes from cryptocurrency trade.
2. Have a look at how much in particular weeks the program makes on advertisement sales (green tab!). In percentages… those are cents.

And now think: you surely recognize few programs who brag about their outside sources of finance, which are some sort of other adverts they sell: and the question is… how much profits do they actually have from it? If the Adscrypto, which runs from 11th of Match makes in average… 8% out of them, comparing to all the other sources (?). If those amounts are similar… – it is not so good, is it> 😉

In my opinion, this show, that if a program based on revshare is based ONLY on profits from advertisement sales and does not make money on anything else, that would allow multiplication of funds: there is a problem.

Other programs, which use their funds on cryptocurrency markets are:

Cryp Trade Capital (it is not a revshare program, what means that there are every day bonuses from investments, but not from watching ads or clicking on them).

– new one, which I am currently testing – USI-TECH (it is not a revshare as well)

– revshare program AdsTradeShare – it is a smaller scale, but they also mention cryptocurrency trade

In addition: AdstradeShare and USI-TECH are generating most of their profits on FOREX.

And those are FOREX markets, which are second possibility for programs that share their profits with users, to multiply their funds. I know nothing about FOREX market, the risks and profit perspectives out there, but if people who trade are specialists, they surely know how to do it.

At the moment, I think, that there are countless possibilities to do something logical with the money that goes into revshare programs.

Whether it is cryptocurrency trade, forex, or other investment systems, business, etc. – all of these options, even if risky (what’s normal, because there are no 100% deals), will be better than not doing nothing with your money- simply just waiting for a program to collapse.

The old, good quote states: You cannot pour from an empty cup.

That’s why, in my opinion, if a revshare has that money, because somebody bought something, they paid it in or put it in – admin should be obligated to do something with it. For their and their users profits.

Guarantee? Non
Assurance? Non
But… possibilities?! There are countless!

Do you work online? Try to find out what a company that you use is doing with money (of course, if they talk about it).
Make conclusions and think if it is worth it.

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