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How Can I Make Money On Social Media? – Webtalk.co

How can I  make money on social media when I can’t figure out how!?” We’ve all had this frustrating thought at some point in our continuous efforts of research and investigation.

Most people have a strategy in place when it comes to expanding their business, making better financial decisions, or simply helping others benefit greatly from an enhanced online learning experience. Whichever the case might be for you, strap yourself on in for a smooth ride, you’re about to find out how social media can finally pay you.

Living in a world of so many online social media institutions it can get kind of tricky figuring out which one will bring your a greater:

  • Time well spent
  • Energy expended
  • Best return on Investment

10 years Ago, I’d tell you that MySpace would be the place to grow and take your business monetization to the next summit, but now I couldn’t even say whether social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Snapchat will give you the best bang for your buck.

Although I can crack out an Ad for advertising now from a Facebook Ad or on Instagram more effectively, you don’t always get the right crack at it from the get go . What I mean by this is it that this only way to derive money can take months, days, weeks, and even years to figure out. But what if I told you there was a better approach to take?

Why not start by first gathering a social following on your page all while being paid for it? Take the appealing route, before you take your asset to the next level. Wouldn’t that sound more impressive?

Breaking News: That is now made possible.

But before I get to the good stuff, I just want to say that there are many ways to make money on social media, whether it’s direct social media marketing, with a company like FueledLeads, with the intent to get leads for your business(like the name states), or growing your own income.

I won’t spend too much time on that, since I got to tell you about the best thing that’s hitting social media in 2019!

A New Era Brings A Greater Development, What Everyone’s Talking about

I introduce to you Webtalk.co today.

Webtalk is a free no fee to join social and business network like Facebook or Linkedin and has the aspects integrated of shopping like Amazon or Shopify. And if you’re like myself and you love a passive income, it has an income share program giving anybody an equal opportunity at making a spectacularly high revenue from its advertising, sales, and commissions. Let me tell you how these are different and much more exciting than anything else you’ve experienced on the web to date.

Webtalk.co has the first referral program on the planet that pays you on 5 tiers and over 50% in commissions!

In 5 Minutes From Now You’ll Fall In Love With This Referral Program

Perhaps I’m putting it quite broad by introducing you to the word of love right off the bat, but It didn’t take me long to express my efforts for the rewards I’m seeing. I’m going to keep the process of their referral program as simple as possible.

Sound great?

But before you get started, If you’d like to learn more about what Owner of Webtalk Jeff Grabowictz created known as “SocialCPX” , all the ways to earn revenue. This is a little bit of a lengthy video, so you can come back to it when you feel is right.

I’m going to show you the THREE things that I do when getting referrals. Yes, it only takes three steps to get you from 0 to a limitless amount of people under your partnership, and for further social, business, and personal growth.

The 3 Main Actions of Effective Referral Capturing

1. Grab Your Link. This is my fist focus when doing referral capturing. If I have a link directing my future potential prospects to my profile page, I don’t even consider it. The reason for this is that by sending someone to your profile page, you lost the chance to put your client in correct position to learn anything about the website. I know that they will not be signing up, and getting a general overview on webtalk

So no overview = no incentive

When I look for a link, I look for a more specific one that will point my readers to relevant and more information about the site. If you can’t answer for yourself the:

  1. Who
  2. What
  3. Where
  4. When
  5. Why
  6. How

…You can’t expect anyone else to as well.

There is only one link that makes sense to start with, and that’s the direct link to the main website URL. And yes, that is the link I use to help others get started with Webtalk.

Main page linking allows you to determine the EXACT process of not only the referral program, but the scope of what Webtalk is claiming to be; that’s due to their introduction video.

First Referral Capture: Direct Link

2. Complete your profile. I don’t just like forwardly signing up under people I have no clue who they are. I will settle for helpful, and trustworthy people I can say that I’m happy helping, and I know they will return the favor.  There is the factor that you might not know that person, but they were very helpful to you, and so in that case go all in at your pleasure.

With Webtalk, you must complete your profile if you want to play a part in their referral program. Don’t worry though, that doesn’t take more than less than a minute to complete. And yes, I actually did time it.

But Michael, that takes time to think through! Yes, but for a minute of your time or less, you will have the respect of your community, you’ll get noticed constantly, and it will bump up your referrals. Here’s my profile:

As you move from top to bottom, you’ll simply fill out fields such as your contact information in which highlight your webtalk URL with your email as seen below:

The next action you’ll take will give you the space to share with your referrals who you are. I like this section because it helps my people get to know me better, and that you’re not just some bot hiding behind a computer. This is really important  because it shows you care about who you interact with.

Specifically, you’ll fill out your about me section, accompanied by your:

  • Interest
  • Languages
  • Experience
  • Education

At the bottom of your profile page you’ll see a profile completion bar. It’ll let you know how much you’ve completed your page, and how much more to continue with.

In my case, I have 70% completed, and 30% more to do.

I’m far from perfect, and all I have to do next is add my connections(which is not hard to do once you are in).

So from adding a picture to inserting your education(if you have any) will ensure you get your referrals flowing in.

3. Spread the word. It would be selfish of me to keep a hidden gem to spoil. What I mean by that I’m a pay it forward type of guy who wants hundreds, thousands, and millions of others to benefit from such a potent platform. Once I’m done completing my profile, my next mission is ready and setup to go. Think about how many people want the opportunity to be apart of the beta testing but don’t know about Webtalk or don’t have proper access. I don’t waste time in spreading the love.

There are various avenues to get a hold of your crowd, and what I do is try to ride through all of them. First start BROAD and then narrow down. I started off sharing my main direct link on Facebook. What better landscape to find a huge audience then one that allows you to post to your:

  • friends
  • family
  • Facebook groups

And notice how Ads don’t make the group. It’s not because they can’t do the same or even more for you, but you should target your community. What that means is try to help those that have heard of you, and to people who are already talking about the program(hence via Facebook groups). Let me show you how that can look for you in just two fast steps.

Step 1: Copy your link from your track my referral page at Webtalk.co. On your news page, on the top left hand side you’ll see your avatar picture. Next to it is a down arrow drop down. Go ahead and select the down arrow, and you’ll be given a list of options. Exactly 4 lines down you’ll see that it says your referral links. Click it.

You’ll be taken to your two referral links. As seen below.

I’m faced with two decisions. Do I select the l profile link or my landing page link? I’d go for the landing page link and that’s because it’ll point people over to my the main webtalk log in page and where there’s a video.

Step 2: Write your Facebook Post

And wallah! You’ve created awareness to all your loved ones.

Measure Your Tracking Performance In Delight

You have your links, you’ve spread the word out, and now you’re ready to measure who’s joined your team. I have two ways to navigate my way to my referrals, and either one works just fine. The first one was selecting my own avatar and looking down for the get my referral link words. The other way you can do so is by looking to your top right of your news page.

If you see, there are 3 bar lines. Click there, and you will be presented with these options:t

Turn your attention to the very bottom where it reads “Track Referrals”. Go ahead and click it, and you’ll be brought to the same page as where you entered to grab your links. At the bottom of the page you’ll see how many people have joined from your link(s), along with the tier level they are placed.

On the left column, Is your tier levels 1-5. To the right are your emails sent, joined via link, and your grand total added to the bottom.

In this area I can eliminate the guess gaming, and really drill in and see where I’m at, and if I want to improve in a column, easily do so.

What The Thought, Where?

It doesn’t have to take much thought behind it. So don’t try to create a masterpiece.

When I’m not reaching people on Facebook, other social sources I will use are:

  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • Blog
  • Google Plus

On Instagram, I created a quick picture through Canva. I simply put a logo of Webtalk and added a few words to my design. This is what it turned out to become:

If you’re using Twitter, create a post and add your link to the bottom of your information.

A Blog Will Elevate You Beyond Your Expectations

I should say if you have a blog great, but I mean if you don’t, don’t quiver. I like to read a blog post that can show me what to expect, and what relevance and experience the person has who i’m reading the post from. Rather than direct linking to webtalk on all social platforms outside of Facebook, what I did was share my blog instead on Instagram, Twitter, Google Plus, and even YouTube.

So…

Spreading the love = Higher referral potential

 The One Way To Join Webtalk, As A Beta User

You can’t just head on over, put your name and email address and expect to create you account though. Right now in its beta stage, Webtalk is invite only(But don’t worry I have your invitation, more on that coming up). Last week 10/1/2018, it was if you were part of the first 1,000,000 in, you’ll get a higher commission rate, up to 50% for life! But as a recent update confirms, you’re about to benefit even more!

A recent rule changed…

All BETA testers are now going to be compensated for their 5-tier plan. How awesome is that?

Currently, there are around 800,000 people, and it’s only moving faster and faster, and the beta testing will not be out for long, so head on over there by going here.

What Can You Expect Next?

If you haven’t already gone on over to webtalk.co, or you have, let’s take a moment to learn more about this mysterious, uprising social network platform that I can be forever grateful for.

One of Webtalks most outstanding highlights believe it or not is its compensation plan, but its how well they take care of your social needs.

If you didn’t already see there video, here’s more on that:

It’s mentally relieving to know that you can be apart of a platform that is designed to organize your real world into a social one. How many times have you tried to keep your business, professional, and social acquaintances all separate but you were not allowed to do so?

I know for me its happened plenty times were I didn’t want family or my closest friends to see what I had going on with my business and professional contacts…well not at least when I was not ready to release that information.

Here’s my profile with the makeup of my DNA.

With Webtalk.co, you can share what you want to share with whomever you please, and be the captain of your ship…sort of speak.

What Does The Future Hold For Webtalk?

In the near future, quite possibly within the following year, I would expect there to be some form of ad managing, ad advertising segment, to fill the needs of helping expand your brands exposure or for your monetizing needs.

Webtalk is yet to rival and overcome a competitor like Facebook, but it is not too far off. Here’s a video made from ABC interviewing CEO RJ Grabowitz speaking highly of Webtalk and its’ future:

More Ways Than One To Help You Grow

Whether you’re looking to up your advertising game, or simply looking to grow a rapid network, you’ll want to maximum your time and energy.

Social Media is expanding, and while you’d like to get paid for your efforts, the contrasting aspect of helping others out far outweighs the value of green(money).

With One of the webs fastest ever growing networks in Webtalk, it already has a reputation for striving to be better than Facebook and any other social media platform you’ve ever been apart of. So far, the hype is real…literally. Wouldn’t you like to not only be apart of a growing experience, but one day realize that you were one of the very to impact yours and the life of others?

==>Learn more about Webtalk.co here<==

Michael
 

Hi my name is Michael Granados, and I am an online home business owner with years of experience learning and moderating the online world. I’ve managed to build my online credentials, and I would like nothing more than to help others achieve the same desires.

  • Andrea says:

    Hi, You have a done a great job making it easy to set up a Webtalk account. Thank you for all the screenshots….I like to follow step by step as I go. I’m really interested in this program.

    • admin says:

      Hi Andrea,

      I’m very pleased to hear that my article was easy for you to gauge with. I believe it’s much easier for others to follow when you can show them how to do it with pictures. We’re all visual by nature right? Webtalk is growing exponentially, no limit. I’m happy to be apart of a community that places emphasis on seperating work from personal networks. I highly suggest giving it a look right now, especially in its beta steps. Thanks.

  • Jim says:

    I have been hearing whispers about Webtalk and have not fully understood the system. Thanks for an insightful and thorough explanation in your article. Using the internet to market my brick & mortar business has always been a stretch for me. I like the idea that I can social & business networks apart because I sometimes feel as an everyday huckster. Thanks again for your “how to” descriptions from joining to marketing via Instagram et al.

    • admin says:

      Hi Jim,

      You are very welcome. I know that sometimes taking to the internet to enhance and promote a business can be tempting, but it can also be scary to do so. Sometimes we dont know the people well enough on the other end, and that’s why many of us take precautions. Targeting many people is great, but we have to ask, how many of these people are we sure will show interest? That’s the thing, you don’t know. But anybody can learn a great deal from social media and promoting their business in ways they are not accustomed to. Heck, even me, given the generation I’m in, i should be used to things like social media, but let me tell you, not so much. It’s always a new learning experience for me, and I’m happy for that. Thank you!

  • Furkan says:

    I think it is a great idea but I could not figure out how to use Facebook groups well. I just suck at it. Do you have any recommendations for me?

    • admin says:

      Hi Furkan,

      Facebook groups was tricky even for me to figure out, and that’s mainly due to their policies. Every group, every niche is different, and their Facebook group policies reflect that. When I walked Into a couple groups with my back pain niche and knowledge, I was not suppose to post links or anything. It’s a shame because i was first being helpful, and i couldn’t post anything to come across that way. Imagine how many people I could be giving further solutions to? i recommend just reading what the group is about, and follow their rules. When searching for a group, in the search bar you can start with the keywords your industry is for. For ex: back pain, I’ll type in back pain, or similarities like chronic pain, joint pain, exercise and yoga.
      I sometimes ask others to pm me, and I try to help them that way, or direct them to my page.

      Always be helpful first, and gain trust. Another thing you can do is utilize your FB page if you have one. Direct people there, and make post on there with helpful content. So by the time if you ever want to scale, and run an ad, you’re page will be filled up well. And encourage others to join in the conversation. If that’s not what you were looking for, please let me know. I’ll be happy to help.

  • Sanders says:

    Michael, Thanks for a great walkthu on setting up the profile page in Webtalk. You have taken the guess work out and put it in simple terms that even us old guys can understand. The ability to keep family, friends and professional contacts seperate is a great touch, and one I have wished for many times on the other social networks. Thanks again and much success!

    • admin says:

      Hi Sanders,

      Your definitely welcome. I tried to make it as easy to follow through for everyone. Yeah, it’s easy to manage through once you’re in there, nothing more than a few steps. It’s noce right? I’ve yet to find anything like it. Thank you!

  • Does Web Talk offer groups like Facebook? This definitely looks like a promising Social media platform. I have seen a few offerings of social media that pays you. Most of them turn out to be scams. Web Talk looks legit. I wonder where does the money come from at this stage? If they are still in Beta testing it doesn’t seem there would be much money to be had. In which case it would just be a new social media platform. Still promising with the death of Google Plus just not as unique. I look forward to truly testing it out.

    • Michael says:

      Hi Maryann,

      I haven’t heard of Webtalk offering groups just yet. I was curious about the same thing. I hope that they do, this way it makes connecting with clientele, and creating a friendly atmosphere much more enhanced. There are not many social media sites that can actually pay you, let alone any that have this much potential. The program is still in beta, so it shouldn’t have a payout at this time. Once they go out, then they’ll make recording of your referrals and go from there. Here’s word by word from Owner RJ Garbowicz himself: “Only users who join Webtalk’s Beta test launch will be eligible for the 5-Tier revenue sharing commission plan upon the launch of the SocialCPX affiliate program. All others who join the affiliate program after Beta testing has been completed will not be eligible for this bonus.”Hope that helped answer your question. Too bad Google Plus is going out, it’s a good source for google to find and index your keywords and articles much faster. Same here, can’t wait! Thank you!

  • Carolyn says:

    I am not ready for webtalk yet but when I am I will return to your site for learning how to set it up. I have seen other sites promoting webtalk but they did not come close the info you have. I will bookmark and come when I am ready to set up. Hopefully soon. Thanks for all the info.

    • Michael says:

      Hi Carolyn,

      Take all the time that you need, there’s no need to rush decisions. I appreciate your comment, I tried to make it easy for anyone to follow without complications. The social media world can be even intimatiding for new generations like myself but with a little effort, you get to see how easy it can be to setup and run. Awesome! Thank you.

  • Babs says:

    They’re always coming out with something new. It’s hard to keep up sometimes. This new WebTalk sounds pretty unique, though, with the ability to make money? That’s great. I can’t wait to give it a try. Is there a signup fee? You may have said whether there was a fee, I didn’t see it. Anyway, I’m all in. When I get home later I’m going to sign up. Thanks.

    Babs

    • Michael says:

      Hi Babs,

      It is hard to keep track of the latest advancements, and it can be even tougher to decide if jumping into it is the right thing to do. As soon as one social media platform is going great, another one appears, or more is added to lead us into them. Yes, their refferal system is one of a kind, and they are starting to work more on the advertisement side of things. There is no sign up fee, you can simply just fill out your information, and you are in, and since it’s in beta you get to enjoy the extra added benefits to their referral program. I’ll actually go through my article and add that there is no fee to join. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. Sounds good! Come back when you find the time. Thank you.

  • Kahlua says:

    Thank you so much for really breaking it down for me.

    I was invited to be a webtalk member and had created a profile but was really confused as to how that benefits me and even how it works.

    I now have the information I need to expand my own network.

    Thanks!
    Kahlua

    • Michael says:

      Hi Kahlua,

      No problem! I’m happy you found my article useful. Social media can be a little tricky sometimes, so I wanted to make sure just about all aspects of it were covered in depth. You’re welcome.

  • Brandon says:

    I just read another article on Webtalk, however, it definitely was not as in-depth as this review is and I like the fact that you can make money with Webtalk. I like to get into legitimate income opportunities because there aren’t really much out there in 2018 and it’s only going to get even worse in the upcoming years. It’s so cool how you can message your referrals and let them know you’re not a bot. I know if my upline messaged me I would have more trust for them. This feature and many others gives Webtalk the upper hand against other systems out there. Thanks a lot!

    • Michael says:

      Hi Brandon,

      Oh did you? I strive to make sure I cover each and little bit of information to the best that I can. I wouldn’t want anyone feeling left out about it. You’re right, there is really no legitimate income opportunities out there this year(except WA which is always on going). I believe so too. With all the scams, and promises, it’s hard to trust anything anymore. Yeah, I usually send my referrals a warm welcoming, and a thank you for joining. I would feel the same way. We’re all here to help each other, not jump on top of one another. You are welcome!

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