Program Name: eTraffic Matrix
Summary: In my opinion this is a Ponzi scheme. It promises unlimited traffic (thus meaning sales) for a set investment and you are paid solely off the back of new investors rather than through a legitimate products or service. The website was launched in 2015 by Chad Franklin. I do not recommend this.
How It Works
The idea is to sign up under one of the membership options and start recruiting others to do the same.
The higher option you choose, the more money you can make:
For example: I sign up at Pro level and when I recruit James he joins at the Standard level, I earn $14 (70% of $20). James recruits Susan and she joins at the Elite level, I earn $45 (30% of $150).
There’s no doubt you can earn with this but schemes like this are not a legitimate business, they have and always will collapse or be taken down in due course.
Why It’s Stupid
I found this statement pretty funny and it really showed me the stupidity of the people behind it:
MLM itself is not illegal lol!
Moreover, this is a business that pays you on referrals multiple levels deep just like any other mlm program. How is it not an mlm?
They bang on and on about sending you tons of ‘guaranteed traffic’ they will be sending you through ‘ad blasts’ and their rotator but here’s the thing… it’s all super low quality traffic.
Solo ads and traffic exchanges are bottom of the barrel methods that ultimately deliver poor results. Rotators are equally useless when they promise referrals, in this case it’s traffic which isn’t as bad..
As I have proven time and time again, a rotator is not a sustainable way to get referrals. No one can guarantee you several referrals on a rotator in any kind of reasonable amount of time because the more people join, the infinitely longer the line becomes.
The amount of people waiting for ‘their spot’ continues to blow way out every time someone joins one of these. This is a traffic delivery rotator which is actually something that could be delivered to people, the problem is the kind of traffic they are giving people will take quite some time to build your referrals.
Nothing in life worth having is ever as easy as just ‘plugging in’ and watching the money come in, I can assure you. Make no mistake, you will be buying tons of traffic to make this work. Traffic is the name of the game with these kinds of things and you are not being show legitimate and profitable methods of obtaining this traffic.
What I Liked
- If you could drive traffic, you could make some money
What I Didn’t Like
- Claim it’s not an ‘illegal mlm’… where do I start
- Promote with a lot of hype
- This is a matrix recruitment scheme, not a legitimate business model
- Once recruiting slows (inevitable) the entire scheme will fall back on itself
- You’r sponsor has no incentive to help you after you get 1 recruit, once you’ve both paid that’s all they care about
Yes, you could potentially make money (provided it’s not being operated by total scammers) but recruitment schemes like this often live a short life.
You are not being shown how to generate good quality traffic and are likely only going to receive a trickle of poor quality traffic through their rotator.
There are plenty of legit ways to make money online, ways that don’t require ‘buying in’ at higher levels to earn more and ways that don’t involve joining a recruitment scheme. I do not recommend this.