If you can share videos, pictures and posts on social media, you can earn a percentage of sales.
When you invite people to this website, you start a ripple effect that helps vendors learn more and earn more...online and off...now and moving forward into retirement.
'The Village to Vendor Pipeline' pays Affiliate Partners 10%, 20%, or 30% of everything purchased by people who click their affiliate-referral marketing links. Our software tracks clicks for 30 days using the same browser or until the shopper clicks on a different referral link. Follow these 3 steps to get your own referral link and share it with as many friends, festival vendors, organizers and other influencers as you can.
Otherwise, you'll get an error message saying "Invalid email".
"Not long after meeting NebSa, it became clear that this well traveled, educated, multi-talented and experienced entrepreneur had a passion for not only head wrapping and vending, but also for empowering others to create economic abundance for themselves doing the same. She is truly a reflection of what it means to 'inspirit' in her own unique way."
Conscious Communications for Community Connections.
"So how much money can I make" is a frequently asked question. The answer depends of course on how many vendors and organizers you regularly invite to click your affiliate-referral marketing link. The amount you get paid also depends on your choice of 1st, 2nd or 3rd floor membership level. You'll get 10% , 20% or 30% referral rewards for the exact same activity, so choose your membership wisely.
You might be surprised to see how easy it is for your membership to pay for itself. Depending on the cost of 1st, 2nd or 3rd floor membership, you'll only need to sign-up 2 to 4 new members at $49 monthly, and 1 wholesale customer ordering a $165 minimum. That's it!
What vendors need most is lessons on the art of lifting customers' spirits, while creating memorable shopping experiences for them.
What our members want most is affiliate marketing to get fast, free and easy income online, without the burden of technology.
What the poorest people in the world need most is customers to buy and sell their expertly crafted hand made products ~ not charity.