Internet video overlay (i-Vo) technology is an increasingly popular form of online marketing used to communicate targeted messages to web surfers used by many major companies to advertise their products and promotions. EdgeMarketing (http://edgemarketing.info) is offering enterprising individuals the opportunity to capitalize on this emerging trend as consultants to sell the company’s i-Vo services. Because i-Vo is an internet technology, this network marketing opportunity provides high commissions since no manufacturing and shipping costs are involved.
i-VO technology uses a transparent video overlaid on the website to produce targeted messages to consumers. These messages are designed to improve traffic by one or a combination of the following: welcoming the customer to the website, highlighting site features, and encourage behaviors, such as filling out a form. EdgeMarketing.info sells i-Vo packages for personal or commercial use. These packages allow clients to create an i-Vo add-on to their website without having to hire a separate programmer or web designer. i-Vo videos produced through EdgeMarketing.info also allow clients the option of using a spokesmodel to more effectively engage the web surfers.
The demand for EdgeMarketing.info’s i-Vo service had led the company to hire consultants on a network marketing basis. To provide prospective i-Vo consultants an incentive, each i-Vo consultant will be offered commissions on their referrals, in addition to a commission based on their sales. Sales commission are $100 for each $349 sale, plus 20% of the impression fees. Consultants will also be given a 10% commission on their referrals’ referrals, 5% at the next level, and so forth. EdgeMarketing.info’s i-Vo consultant opportunity is ideal for anyone seeking additional income, and act as a full-time job or a supplemental income source.
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