The Middleman Money System

Published: 15th December 2009
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Is there such a thing as a Middleman Money System? The concept of being the middleman in putting deals together has piqued the imagination of countless. Imagine, you don't need a list and you don't need a product to make money online. All you do is put together somebody with a big list with somebody who has a great product and you take "a piece" of the profit from both sides. What could be easier? Now that's a great middleman money system.

The thing is it's probably been one of the most misunderstood and underutilized strategies in generating income. It's actually a four way win, for the side with the list, the side with the product, the person who puts it together and the consumer who buys the product or service. What a lot of people don't realize is It gives both sides of the equation an advantage they otherwise wouldn't have had. The side with the list is given a totally new income stream by promoting a non competitive product. The side with the product has a new source from where to sell their product. And person brokering the deal can make a handsome profit. Also the people who buy the product win because oftentimes they wouldn't have access to the product or service, which oftentimes is discounted during this promotion. True the profits per sale are considerably less, but what each side has to realize is to see the opportunity as found money.

There's also very little work involved in putting something like this together. Usually emails are sent out by the side with list and a special sales page is put up by the product owner and that's about all. As far as the broker is concerned most of the time there is very little time or money expended. The main requirement is seeing the connections between lists and products where nobody else does. That's how you create your own Middleman Money System.

This brings us to an interesting question which somebody might ask. It sounds so simple, why don't companies do this for themselves? The reason why is usually one of two reasons.

1. Either they are just too busy with their day to day operations, focusing on finding new customers or developing new products.

2. They're just not very marketing savvy.

The good news is that opens the door to somebody with a Middleman Money System.

Another question that might arise is; would either of the two sides resent sharing their profits with a middleman? The question most of the time is no. If it was explained properly both sides would see that they wouldn't have realized the profits if it wasn't for the middleman.

There's a new product coming out soon by the team that created the wildly successful CPA marketing course called The Arbitrage Conspiracy and it's guessed it The Middleman Money System. What I've just described is just one of 5 new money making strategies in the course. If you want to see a full review or sign up for their upcoming webinar I highly recommend it.

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