This is another in my series of “better late than never” CTP Teams blog posts. One of the great things we have noticed in CTP is the number of people who go the extra mile to help their downlines.
This could be in the form of just being available to answer questions or could be giving out credits, CTP goodies or even rewarding your downline members with upgrades.
However CTP Renegades leader David McKay has made looking after his downline into something really special indeed.
He has launched Prize Clickers with the aim of creating regular contests for his downline in order “to bring a bit of fun and value” for something that people do anyway.
- Traffic credits at multiple exchanges.
- Cash to your PayPal account.
- Traffic exchange upgrades.
- C.T.P goodies like – Wands, Batteries, Game Cards,Tokens and XP.
- Banner and Text Ads.
- Special prizes for anniversary dates.
He is currently half way through the August contest (hence the ‘better late than never’ reference above) but there is still time to take place in the contest and win a share of $500 in cash and prizes.
As David explained on his site: “Traffic exchange owners create surfing contests for their members. Usually awarding exchange upgrades, credits and sometimes even cash to the top surfers. This gives the member a bit of excitement and the possibility of profit at the end of it.
“One day I thought, why can’t a member create their own surfing contest, just for their personal referrals? And why not run a combined contest at multiple traffic exchanges?
So, Prize Clickers was born! Multi-exchange surfing contests ONLY for my personal referrals. They could be from a week to two months long. They’ll normally happen at more than six exchanges at a time(to give everyone a chance to compete). They will offer rewards from $10 to $500 and maybe much more.”
David is currently running contests for his referrals in 20 traffic exchanges and there is still time to take part in the August competition.
I have not seen anyone organize rewarding their downline in such a structured way before and I am sure that David will have great success with it.