Optin Accelerator is too expensive

June 13, 2008 at 6:48 am | Posted in Matt Haslem Bonus | Leave a comment

I see a lot of people promising Optin Accelerator bonus referral links, which usually amounts to 50 or 40 bucks, which is a good thing, all things considered. You probably need that money and more just to handle the upgrade costs on your server if you start using their system. If you were familiar with how Myspace and Facebook increased their user base up to 400% in a short span of time after using an Opt-in Accelerator, you’d know that the server load would be extremely crippling for servers that aren’t built for high volume commercial sites.

Basically, the accelerator works by allowing your existing members to input their email login details in order to allow your website to access their address books directly. Your website then uses the info it has gathered and sends out email invites to their friends, with purported recommendations from the people who initially signed up for your website. Estimates posit that this system increases the amount of successful referrals to as much as 200% than the usual opt in forms, which users have to fill in with their friends’ emails and names manually.

This means the Opt-in Accelerator bonus system they advertise is not as cheap as the tag price may imply. Sure, you only pay a few hundred bucks initially, and even less once you consider the Optin Accelerator bonus, but what comes next is thousands of dollars in costs when your website starts raking in massive membership registrations. Clearly, this system is not for aspiring web entrepreneurs who are not financially ready for the online big leagues.

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