Here's what I found out...
GDI (Global Domains International) lets you buy a domain name for as little as $10 a month. Now, we have a domain name thru Go Daddy already for my husband's company, and we only paid a one time fee, so I automatically hesitated at the monthly fee. How can you make money, by having to pay a fee? But after reading up more, I understood a little better.
You're paying for the service itself (not the ability to make money from it), and it's something you actually need for marketing. You have to have a hosting company when you have your own website. Most places will charge you extra, GDI doesn't. They also give you 10 business emails you can use. But why do you need all of this?
Simply put...advertising. More often than not, when a person sees a link to your marketing page for ZNZ, if they see it's a referral link, they are automatically suspicious. Advertising on Craigslist is really hard too, because they automatically read referral links as spam and will flag your ads. Wouldn't you be much more likely to click on (and remember) confessionssahm.ws instead of keymarketingnetwork.com/jadco123? It looks more legitimate, too. And the emails come in handy when trying to keep your ads from being "ghosted" on Craigslist (more on that later).
But how do you make money? Well, you earn 10% of the cost of each person you get to sign up through your link. So, if someone signs up for the $10 a month plan, then you would get $1, but not just once, you get it monthly. Now that's not much, but you then get $1 for everyone they sign up, too. And if their sign ups get sign ups you get $1 each for them, too. All the way down for five levels. Now depending on how many sign ups everyone gets, that can be some serious cash. Even just having one or two go getters under you will really add up. I love this little picture to help show just how much you can make if you get five sign ups and then they get five, and so on...
And you don't have to advertise GDI exclusively with ZNZ. If you know someone just looking to build a website (they also offer a free website builder once signed up), or switch hosting companies, or buying up domain names to redirect to their current website, you can refer them to GDI as a service/product.
All in all, I actually do like the possibilities and ease of use with GDI, so go ahead and CHECK IT OUT for yourself!