It’s Holly Mann’s birthday tomorrow! So, you should remember to stop by her blog and wish her a happy birthday – or leave a comment here and I will forward it to her. Happy Birthday Holly! 🙂 🙂 🙂 (a little in advance).
Holly has recently been very excited about a new opportunity, called GVO. One thing that’s great about Holly is that she doesn’t go jumping up and down and chasing after every new shiny toy online. Till recently, it’s even been rare to receive an email from her as a subscriber to her newsletter. Not that I wouldn’t like to receive more newsletters, but what this means is that when she does get excited about something, we tend to take her pretty seriously.
When she recently posted about GVO it was at a time when I actually could not read her post for a few days thanks to my lovely internet connection. I was definitely kicking myself a few days later when I realized what the 4-day delay had meant.
So, if you are thinking about saving this till later, I understand. I am simply recommending you not wait a few days even (like I did) and I will try to explain why in this post.
First I will give a brief overview of what the GVO service is, and the income opportunity it presents.
What does GVO stand for?
“GVO” stands for Global Virtual Opportunities. The company was formerly known as Kiosk and is now being rebranded. The official launch of GVO will start in mid-September but prelaunch sign-ups are possible for a $1.00 trial.
There are two aspects of this opportunity and why people are so excited about it – and why you will see so many people urging you to get started as soon as possible (for $1.00), and telling you that every minute counts.
What is GVO?
GVO is a webhosting company which offers several additional services for webmasters, plus a unique residual income opportunity. These services include:
- Reseller website hosting for unlimited domains
- Video Production Tools
- A complete video marketing system
- An unlimited auto responder system
- A lead capture and prospecting system
- A full audio and video conference set up
- Web site monitoring software
- Coaching in the online MLM industry
- A track record of twelve years
- A very unique and exciting compensation plan
In addition, GVO offers several features, tools, and services which can be used by webmasters.
GVO services are specifically targeted to service Internet Marketers. This is one reason why many marketers find it to be the perfect service for them – because the company is run by and for Internet Marketers, and understands the needs of Internet Marketers.
GVO currently hosts some of the most well known and successful online marketers in the world, including Mike Filsaime, Stephan Pierce, Michael Cheney, Frank Raumbauskas, Tellman Knudson, Todd Gross, Frank Bauer, Frank Sousa & Mike Koenigs, Trey Smith, Jeff Johnson, and Frank Kern.
1. The Income Opportunity
Another thing that has people excited about GVO is the income opportunity. When you refer others to the program, you earn a commission on their payments, and their referral’s payments, down to 10-levels deep. That in itself is nothing new to affiliate marketers.
There is more to it however. GVO has an innovative referral system so that one can be paid for referrals, even if one is not promoting it at all. This sounds a bit strange but there it is – and it has to do with something called “spillover.”
You can learn more about this at GVO Profits.
This is one of the reasons why you will find people encouraging you to join as soon as possible. GVO is still in prelaunch, and the sooner you get involved, the more spillover you are likely to receive.
Over the next couple of weeks, and when GVO launches in mid-September, many top well-known marketers are likely to be promoting GVO, and if you join early, you have the best chance of benefiting not only from your own marketing efforts, but those as well.
If you visit the GVO Website you will see how it is possible to build up a considerable residual income over time, particularly if you join now.
If you don’t have time to investigate this thoroughly at the moment, I suggest you sign up for a $1.00 trial. You will thus lock your position in early, and still have plenty of time to look it over and see if it is right for you.
To learn more about GVO, or to sign up for the free trial, you can visit the following links:
Videos about GVO
Here are some videos with more information on GVO. I hope they are good – I can not watch them right now because of my connection! But instead of waiting to write this post when I could watch the videos, I decided to go ahead and post them. Let me know how they are. 🙂 This might save you some research time as I have posted several videos so you don’t have to spend time finding them.
There you go. I hope this information has been useful for you.
As you can see, the nature of this opportunity does indicate that it is better to get involved sooner and “closer to the top” than later. It is not every day that you have the chance to join one of these early on, and when you do, the long-term benefits can be quite worthwhile.
Now, I have no experience with this. Obviously – as it’s in prelaunch. And if it doesn’t work out, there is really not much to lose. Even though I am very choosy about trying new things or new memberships, I’ve decided that the large potential involved is worth the small risk ($1.00 and a bit of time to research and try this out). What do you think?
If you have any questions, please let me know. I am still researching and learning about this myself but I will try to keep you posted on any new information or new answers to questions that I uncover. In the meantime, here are the links once again:
P.S. – If you have any trouble reaching any of the above links, please let me know in the comments section. There seems to have been a problem with servers recently and your feedback will be helpful. Thanks!