Does it limit growth not being an international opportunity?
I want to dispel the common misconception within the traffic exchange industry that somehow we are "missing out" on potential growth, by not marketing to an international community. This is the angle that I get approached with quite often, and in reality, we are not missing out on anything. To the contrary, we have an opportunity to build our customer networks within a rock solid infrastructure where their needs can be met efficiently and reliably, keeping our incomes stable over the long run.
Regardless of what other online marketers say, your root home business should be in your own back yard. Don't you want it to last for years? Your income from CTFO is willable. Besides, have you tried shipping a moderately large package internationally, in a cost-effective and timely manner? I have, and it doesn't always work. The logistical nightmare alone of getting 20,000 or 30,000 packages to their destination repeatedly, daily, month after month, year after year, is immense. We want a sustainable, long-term residual income.
Break down the math.
Let's exaggerate stupidly, like really, really ridiculous, and say that you refer 10,000 people, to CTFO over the next year, and each and every one of those people, refer 1,000 people each the following year. In two short years, you'd have 10 MILLION people in your CTFO network! YIPPEE (it actually sounds like some of the website claims we see here everyday)!
We know that this scenario would not really occur. Get this visual, so 10,000 X 1,000 equals 10,000,000 people. Divide in the USA and Canada population totals and you get a teeny 2.8% reach. Take out 1/3 for those under 18 in the population, and that stupidly ridiculous number of 10,000 people each referring 1,000 people to CTFO would reach just 4.2% of the total population of the United States and Canada.
Adopt an abundance mentality when it comes to building your CTFO free biz. There is plenty of room to grow, and sustain, a reliable USA-based home business opportunity!
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