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    Is What You’re Saying WORTH ANYTHING?

    By action | January 30, 2008

    I found this cool phone service called Ether. The concept is simple – People pay to talk to you.

    ether - earn money selling what you say

    Here’s how it works in Ether’s own words (they say it well): “Get your free Ether Phone Number. Set your rate. Set your hours. Your phone only rings when people pay to talk to you.”

    Pricing can be set in a number of ways: per minute, per call with a set time limit, or even free if the user so desires. The entire service is free (except for a 15 percent commission taken from all calls; this fee covers credit card and long distance charges).

    I know you would not want to post your phone number on the web due to privacy issues. Moreover why should someone call your personal mobile phone number and seek free expert advice. The solution – get a free Ether Phone Number, give expert professional advice / support and get paid for your knowledge.

    Sign up for your own unique Ether Phone Number and set it to forward calls to your actual phone number – your cell phone, home land line phone etc… Then you decide How much is your time worth, lets say $50 per call, or $10 per minute!

    People will only be able to call you when they’ve prepaid your rate. So there is no problem of unpaid phone calls or expert fees. You can also set the hours when you want to take calls by adjusting the automatic schedule which is set so you don’t get calls at night. A Click to Call Ether Button for your blog or website that lets customers know whether you’re available to take calls.

    As many of you know I consult with network marketing companies and I charge $750 per hour with a $5,000 minimum. I discount my services by 2/3rds ($250 per hour) for rep’s of network marketing/mlm companies. While these rates are fantastic for both parties it is not always easy to get paid for services. Well Ether has solved this.

    I’m going to discount my regular rate dramatically for readers of my blog. Again I charge $750/hour for companies and $250/hour for individuals to consult with me. I’m going to cut my normal individual rate in half for readers of my blog. So you can have access for a little over $2/minute. I know how valuable my services are and I’m giving the first part of my call away for free. Click the button below to contact me.

    I would like to know what type of uses you can think of for use with Ether. Click the "COMMENT" button below to tell me your thoughts.

    Successfully yours,

    J.R. Jackson
    Stay @ Home Dad
    Marketing Questions? Call me at 1-888-MY-ETHER ext. 01732880


    Topics: Uncategorized | 5 Comments »

    5 Responses to “Is What You’re Saying WORTH ANYTHING?”

    1. Pete Says:
      January 30th, 2008 at 9:49 pm

      Wow! I think that’s awesome!

    2. Mike Sliger Says:
      January 30th, 2008 at 11:22 pm

      Hi J.R.!

      Are you serious about this new phone thing on your blog? Does this mean you do not want me to contact you via your phone number that I have? I can see your point in some regards based on your experiences.

    3. J.R. Says:
      January 30th, 2008 at 11:27 pm

      Mike please keep in mind that this blog is “generic” training material. I have more then 1,000 people a day visiting this site.

      I will stay support my downline over the phone, email and in person FOR FREE like I always have.

      However, people outside of my team (which is the bulk of visitors to my site) are interested in expanding their businesses and they are more then willing to pay for my consulting with them.


    4. Mike Sliger Says:
      January 31st, 2008 at 12:27 am

      That makes great sense! Thanks!

    5. Katina Rowles Says:
      January 31st, 2008 at 2:26 pm

      Hey there J.R.,

      This is a great idea. But, I think for people like myself this would be better served only if someone is doing network marketing, and have spent the normal amount of time trying to convert someone. Then, if the person doesn’t want to convert at the time, and the person still keeps wanting to call for advice etc.., then apply a charge to that person/s. This way, there won’t be wasted time on someone who just wants to think for a month or two, they will know that there is a cost for your/my time if they would like to continue a business relationship without converting. No harm, no foul, but they would more than likely tend to be a little bit more serious about their inquiry, because they would know they would only have access to you/me for let’s say 4-5 phone calls with them. Then, they will not have that free access anymore, they would have to pay for the time. Well, you asked for ideas, this is just an idea for some of us who haven’t quite made it to where you are, but still value our time and pocket book when it comes to phone expenses, and want people to know that we do. Okay, have to go, sorry missed Wed. again, will be there next Wednesday. I really like this blog with the no selling theme, great idea and way to give back to those you have learned from and those you can and are teaching now. I would like to, once my site is finished, (it is under construction with some of the new things I have learned from you), place your blog address on it so that the people that visit my site have a reference link to go to that is actually a real one, not just some automated service. Okay, that’s it, have to go, big day!! Ciao!! Talk to you soon!!


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