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« on: October 18, 2015, 09:27:14 pm »
Has any one heard of Sovereign Man?  They have 100,000 subscribers...

Perhaps a qualified person from this community can reach out to this group? 

http://www.sovereignman.com/
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Re: Sovereign Man
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2015, 11:20:19 pm »
Has any one heard of Sovereign Man?  They have 100,000 subscribers...

Perhaps a qualified person from this community can reach out to this group? 

http://www.sovereignman.com/
[email protected]

I am one of those subscribers.  :)

They specialize in techniques and tools for internationalizing your life.  BitShares would be an excellent tool in their locker, although it might take some cold-call skills that exceed my own abilities to make it happen.  I'll forward this to four guys you know who have such skills and see which one lands the 100,000 members referral fee first. 

Feel free to engage if you have special connections with Doug Casey's organization.


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« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2015, 11:42:33 pm »
Sovereign Man / Simon Black is very tight with his email list..  He does not promote any affiliate offers.  He is however pro bitcoin and there is a slight chance.   Doug Casey is affirmatively anti crypto-currency.
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Re: Sovereign Man
« Reply #3 on: October 19, 2015, 04:58:52 am »
Has any one heard of Sovereign Man?  They have 100,000 subscribers...

Perhaps a qualified person from this community can reach out to this group? 

http://www.sovereignman.com/
[email protected]

I am one of those subscribers.  :)

They specialize in techniques and tools for internationalizing your life.  BitShares would be an excellent tool in their locker, although it might take some cold-call skills that exceed my own abilities to make it happen.  I'll forward this to four guys you know who have such skills and see which one lands the 100,000 members referral fee first. 

Feel free to engage if you have special connections with Doug Casey's organization.

If we could make it really easy for him to do so...i think i could get jim willie to accept our crypto to subscribe to his newsletter.  If we get that done...it wont be nearly as difficult to get others in that demographic to join up.
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« Reply #4 on: October 19, 2015, 05:56:44 pm »
Has any one heard of Sovereign Man?  They have 100,000 subscribers...
I'll forward this to four guys you know who have such skills and see which one lands the 100,000 members referral fee first. 

By the way Stan.  The guys who lands Sovereign Man or little niche site with 5 customers gets the exact same $80.  Sovereign man gets 100k x $80, not the Bitshares enthusiast who landed the big fish. That is why when I designed this it was a two tier system. There is zero incentive to land big fish through this referral system. There is incentive in bitshares appreciation but that was there before.
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« Reply #5 on: October 19, 2015, 07:05:17 pm »
Has any one heard of Sovereign Man?  They have 100,000 subscribers...
I'll forward this to four guys you know who have such skills and see which one lands the 100,000 members referral fee first. 

By the way Stan.  The guys who lands Sovereign Man or little niche site with 5 customers gets the exact same $80.  Sovereign man gets 100k x $80, not the Bitshares enthusiast who landed the big fish. That is why when I designed this it was a two tier system. There is zero incentive to land big fish through this referral system. There is incentive in bitshares appreciation but that was there before.

Ahah! Wow that was exactly my criticism early on.  That is why we are working to get the sharebot up and running.  At least then we have the ability to effect our personal circles of friendship and trust.
It is marketing on grassroots level.
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« Reply #6 on: October 19, 2015, 10:21:07 pm »
Has any one heard of Sovereign Man?  They have 100,000 subscribers...
I'll forward this to four guys you know who have such skills and see which one lands the 100,000 members referral fee first. 

By the way Stan.  The guys who lands Sovereign Man or little niche site with 5 customers gets the exact same $80.  Sovereign man gets 100k x $80, not the Bitshares enthusiast who landed the big fish. That is why when I designed this it was a two tier system. There is zero incentive to land big fish through this referral system. There is incentive in bitshares appreciation but that was there before.

The two tier system would definitely be great if it could be implemented well.  If I remember right, it wasn't possible to keep it from being gamed, although I'm not sure who it affected negatively. 
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« Reply #7 on: October 19, 2015, 10:52:54 pm »
Has any one heard of Sovereign Man?  They have 100,000 subscribers...
I'll forward this to four guys you know who have such skills and see which one lands the 100,000 members referral fee first. 

By the way Stan.  The guys who lands Sovereign Man or little niche site with 5 customers gets the exact same $80.  Sovereign man gets 100k x $80, not the Bitshares enthusiast who landed the big fish. That is why when I designed this it was a two tier system. There is zero incentive to land big fish through this referral system. There is incentive in bitshares appreciation but that was there before.

The two tier system would definitely be great if it could be implemented well.  If I remember right, it wasn't possible to keep it from being gamed, although I'm not sure who it affected negatively.

I believe it was the concern of looking like a pyramid was the reason to not. 
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« Reply #8 on: October 19, 2015, 11:16:20 pm »

Has any one heard of Sovereign Man?  They have 100,000 subscribers...
I'll forward this to four guys you know who have such skills and see which one lands the 100,000 members referral fee first. 

By the way Stan.  The guys who lands Sovereign Man or little niche site with 5 customers gets the exact same $80.  Sovereign man gets 100k x $80, not the Bitshares enthusiast who landed the big fish. That is why when I designed this it was a two tier system. There is zero incentive to land big fish through this referral system. There is incentive in bitshares appreciation but that was there before.

The two tier system would definitely be great if it could be implemented well.  If I remember right, it wasn't possible to keep it from being gamed, although I'm not sure who it affected negatively.

I believe it was the concern of looking like a pyramid was the reason to not.

I hope that was not the only reason.
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Re: Sovereign Man
« Reply #9 on: October 19, 2015, 11:38:10 pm »
Ya'll need to get into thevault.bz

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« Reply #10 on: October 19, 2015, 11:54:51 pm »

I believe it was the concern of looking like a pyramid was the reason to not.

Two levels does not make a pyramid; I'm pretty sure you need at least one more.

By the way, pyramids have a bum rap. They appear on the US dollar bill. Strongest structure known to man. The ones in Egypt have lasted for more than 4,000 years and it's not an accident that the best preserved ancient structures in other parts of the world also have a similar form. Every organization in the world, public or private sector, essentially has a pyramid structure. And there is no better marketing structure in the world than some form of pyramid; as long as you are not requiring people to pay in and you are not paying out more than is sustainable, then it's not a ponzi. Nearly every Fortune 1000 company has a similar marketing structure. Etc. etc. Though I do understand that perceptions are important.




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« Reply #11 on: October 19, 2015, 11:58:44 pm »
Ya'll need to get into thevault.bz

Thanks for the lead, but "We have reached our maximum open signup limit (5,000)" and "An invitation from an existing member is required to join this site".

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« Reply #12 on: October 20, 2015, 12:23:53 am »
Ya'll need to get into thevault.bz

Thanks for the lead, but "We have reached our maximum open signup limit (5,000)" and "An invitation from an existing member is required to join this site".

Yup, you need an invite from an admin. It's a filter.

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Re: Sovereign Man
« Reply #13 on: October 20, 2015, 02:35:44 pm »
Has any one heard of Sovereign Man?  They have 100,000 subscribers...

Perhaps a qualified person from this community can reach out to this group? 

http://www.sovereignman.com/
[email protected]

I am one of those subscribers.  :)

They specialize in techniques and tools for internationalizing your life.  BitShares would be an excellent tool in their locker, although it might take some cold-call skills that exceed my own abilities to make it happen.  I'll forward this to four guys you know who have such skills and see which one lands the 100,000 members referral fee first. 

Feel free to engage if you have special connections with Doug Casey's organization.

If we could make it really easy for him to do so...i think i could get jim willie to accept our crypto to subscribe to his newsletter.  If we get that done...it wont be nearly as difficult to get others in that demographic to join up.

Wouldn't it be in his self interest to get the referral credit, at least in theory?
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« Reply #14 on: October 21, 2015, 01:36:03 am »

Has any one heard of Sovereign Man?  They have 100,000 subscribers...
I'll forward this to four guys you know who have such skills and see which one lands the 100,000 members referral fee first. 

By the way Stan.  The guys who lands Sovereign Man or little niche site with 5 customers gets the exact same $80.  Sovereign man gets 100k x $80, not the Bitshares enthusiast who landed the big fish. That is why when I designed this it was a two tier system. There is zero incentive to land big fish through this referral system. There is incentive in bitshares appreciation but that was there before.

The two tier system would definitely be great if it could be implemented well.  If I remember right, it wasn't possible to keep it from being gamed, although I'm not sure who it affected negatively.

I believe it was the concern of looking like a pyramid was the reason to not.

I hope that was not the only reason.

Hmm.. In practice, I can see the value of a two tier system.

Is it hard to implement?
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