Columbia, MD (PRWEB) October 21, 2007
PhonOnline.com, a new video sharing website currently in the pre-launch stages, founded by suspense novelist Phon, has introduced a new video social community, much like YouTube and MySpace, that pays its members up to 10% monthly commissions for every referred user. The first online seminar, or webinar, is set for 9:00 pm EST on October 23, 2007.
"Social communities like YouTube and MySpace maintain an enormous amount of subscriber base. And, if you use these social communities as much as I, then you already know how addictive all the interaction can become. Bottom line, people are having a lot of fun and the webmaster's are doing everything they can to keep it that way. The only thing these other social communities aren't doing is paying their members," Phon says. "That's one of the aspects that makes PhonOnline.com stand out. We pay our members monthly and we pay them substantially."
Social communities like YouTube and MySpace receive over 100,000 new signups each month for over 89% monthly growth. MySpaceTV alone generates close to 58,000 daily video uploads. In one day, YouTube consistently gains 4 million visits, delivers 100 million videos and receives 65,000 uploads, with over 2 billion videos streamed each month. According to the latest Hitwise stats, the company has a 29% share of the US multimedia entertainment market and YouTube videos account for 60% of all videos watched online.
"No one can tell that there's no market for what we offer," Phon says. "People are using these services; they're eating them up like the introduction of Razor cell phones. The only they're not doing is getting paid for it like the members of PhonOnline.com."
So, with such tremendous ongoing success these social communities experience, even during the beginning stages of a seemingly impenetrable online innovation, why haven't larger social communities implemented some sort of compensation program for their members as of yet?
"They're too well-known," Phon says. "And they're free. Few people want to pay for a glass of water unless they're desperate enough or unless you can improve its value significantly. But if that same glass of water was always at a price from the time of its realization, you would sell more glasses. Because it's new. It would be normal. Then, if you later decided to give some away for free, you triple its value because they knew what it normally costs to get one."
Even with that, Phon admits that there are a few flaws. His idea could catch on and many other social communities will start paying their members monthly residuals like PhonOnline. That would mean intense competition if sites like YouTube and MySpace ever jumped on the bandwagon. Thoughts like these, however, only strengthen Phon's resolve.
"These social community giants have one flaw…they're already too big. No one knows PhonOnline exists, except for business affiliates, and that is by design because we haven't launched yet. Anyone who understands what a wealth trend is knows that the wealthiest business affiliates always become active members first. That is exactly how PhonOnline.com operates!"
No launch date has been set for the much anticipated video sharing community that promises to turn many everyday social community users into online millionaires. However, PhonOnline.com CEO and Founder, Phon, believes that it won't be long.
"We'll just ride it out and see for a while," Phon says. "This company might only get a few thousand members, or it might revolutionize the way people make money online. Either way, it's gonna be a fun trip. We wanna start with a bang so, for now, we'll just ride it out and see what our members come up with."
PhonOnline.com is a video sharing social community that pays its members monthly residuals for every referred customer, Founded by Stephon "Phon" Rudd, a suspense novelist and business CEO. To find out more information about PhonOnline or to sign up for one of its free online seminars (webinars), go to http://www.PhonOnline.com and register today!
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