(PRWEB) August 19, 2005
A new portal Âhttp://www.SoundChilds.net- launched its public activity on Aug. 1, 2005.
The portal offers mainly independent artists, likeminded software entrepreneurs and service promoters a channel to showcase and distribute their products by using a unique, unseen promotion network matrix model as the core promotional tool.
The main difference to competitors is the new kind of a network matrix used for marketing and promotions efforts. The logistical difference with traditional, static network pyramid models is in its constantly changing, dynamic structure. By this the model aims to avoid the main problem encountered with static pyramid schemes: Leaving the large majority of members without sufficient and just income potential.
The sellers get a profit share from the list price they have set for their own products. Members promoting products get commissions from all sales they have been involved in through their downline. Sold products can be either membership quota products sold by SoundChilds ÂhouseÂ or any other products sold by any other members.
Members of the Promotion Program have access to a reporting system that is updated every six hours. Here a registered Promotion Program member can track their network development, any promotional commissions and profit shares of their own products sold.
All start up level services offered by SoundChilds are free (including promotion rights). The only exception to the free services is managing a dedicated store with products managed by the seller. A member may set up their own store by paying USD 5. The fee covers a period of six months. Other more extensive membership quota products are available for those planning to take advantage about more server intensive features of the portal.
Any purchases are paid by using Paypal Online payments allowing payments over email and by major credit and debit cards. Paypal is a division of the eBay Group. Auditing of accounts is handled by auditors at KPMG Oy (Ltd), the Finnish division of KPMG.
The project has been granted start up financing (ÂStarttirahaÂ) by Finnish Ministry Of Employment (ÂTyÃ¶ministeriÃ¶Â). As the service is at start up stage strategic partnering is also possible.