Film Producer Debuts Affiliate Program that Allows Movie Goers to Share in Box Office Profits

When was the last time movie audiences were paid by the box office? That’s exactly the concept that TLI Media One is pushing to generate positive word-of-mouth publicity for its latest project, 30 Days, released to video at the end of 2012.

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“This is a great opportunity to earn some money on social media by posting links to our movie while posting your photos.”

Hollywood, California (PRWEB) February 19, 2013

TLI Media One
Contact: Toyin Dawodu
tlimediaone(at)gmail(dot)com
951-750-8429

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When was the last time movie audiences were paid by the box office? That’s exactly the concept that TLI Media One is pushing to generate positive word-of-mouth publicity for its latest project, 30 Days, released to video at the end of 2012.

For years, the movie industry has been able to leverage cinematic reviews and positive feedback from movie goers as a way to exponentially increase movie sales. But this is the first time that a film producer has invited viewers to share in the profits of a movie’s success. The innovation behind this program is the brainchild of Toyin Dawodu, executive producer of 30 DAYS THE MOVIE. The program allows anyone who visits http://www.my30daysthemovie.com and rents the movie online to sign up as an affiliate to promote the film using a unique code. When subsequent sales are made using that link, the affiliate is paid a commission on the sales generated.
Traditional movie distribution has been under the control of major movie studios. But these days, independent film producers can distribute their movies online and craft savvy social media campaigns to grow their network and increase movie sales. Dawodu goes one step further by providing a substantial monetary incentive for viewers to do the same.

The great thing about producing a fantastic movie is that movie goers will naturally evangelize the virtues of a movie they like. They tweet about it. They talk about it on Facebook and essentially use social media as their own personal soap box. This amounts to free marketing for studios.

Dawodu hopes that by providing fans of 30 DAYS the opportunity to use their recommendation to earn money, he can help the movie to outperform other Nollywood films.

“With 5,000 friends on Facebook, that’s 5,000 opportunities for a movie fan to partner with us to earn some money by taking advantage of the opportunity we're is offering,” he says. “So when movie fans post their pictures on social media, they may as well post a few links of the movie and watch the money roll in.”

Tli Media One, a California based movie production and marketing company. For more information, please visit our website. http://www.my30daysthemovie.com


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  • Toyin Dawodu
    tlimediaone@gmail.com
    9517508429
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