EDC Diamond/Gold members are responsible for driving targeted traffic to their website in order to sell the companies e-books and marketing software. This will then allow the member to earn an income within the business. The business will teach all of their members how to create attractive capture/landing pages, article submission, marketing via email, marketing forums, offline marketing, and much more.
You have the option of joining at three different levels:
– The 1st level of the EDC Diamond would cost $297 to join. Plus, in order to remain a member at this level one would have to pay a $39.95 monthly admin fee.
– The second level of the EDC Diamond membership would cost $997 to join. Plus, a $49.95 monthly admin fee.
– The third level is the EDC Diamond which is the newest level to be added to the EDC program. The cost to join at this level is $2497. Plus, a monthly payment of $79.95.
EDC Diamond/Gold’s compensation plan consists of the traditional Australian 2 up where you would have to pass up your first two sales to your sponsor. After you pass up your first two sales to your sponsor, then you would earn a commission on every sale after that.
In conclusion, overall the products seem pretty decent in EDC Diamond/Gold. However, I decided not to join, because I wasn’t too happy with passing up my first two sales to my sponsor. I felt that if I make a sale then I should get paid on my sale. Plus, after you pass up your first two sales to your sponsor there is no incentive for your sponsor to remain engaged with you, because they will no longer make a dime off of you.
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