San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 14, 2012
Internet Income University recently announced its addition of a TrialPay system that will serve as an additional income stream to members and also allow the company to continue providing their services free of charge. This system requires new and existing members to complete sign-up to one of the many companies that are sponsoring the program with their trial offers. By completing this process, members will have their IIU membership fee paid for by the sponsor company.
The TrialPay system enables Internet Income University to continue to provide and expand their free services which include, free training and education, free sales team, and free support. While these things have always been free for members, it does cost the company something to provide the free services. Without some sort of reimbursement, this free service would not be sustainable. The new trial system solves this problem by having companies pay for members’ sign up fees in exchange for the members signing up for the company’s trial offer.
Offers may require an initial purchase or fee, or they could be completely free of charge. There are dozens of different companies to choose from and members need only to choose one. When signing up for the trial, it is important that members read all the details and requirements and also use the same email address that was used for their IIU account. If the trial was an “instant offer” members will be granted access to the training material on the IIU website immediately after they sign back in.
Members may also use the system as an income stream, as they will earn a commission each time a new member that they have referred signs up for Internet Income University. The average commission for new sign ups is around $15, so by simply referring 3 new members per day, IIU affiliates could earn an additional $1,350 each month. Because of this, the TrialPay system will benefit Internet Income University, the sponsor company, existing members and new member who will benefit from the continued free service.