Listing guide


(1) Check your program with eyes of investors, not as admin! 

  • Is it attractive enough? (healthy %, principal back?, unique script, STP/Payza ewallets - except PayPal, healthy RC, unique design, CompaniesHouse registration, extended SSL, active social channels, monitors, promoters)
  • Do you follow the actual trend? Or are you strong enough to create a new one?
  • Do you offer something extra for investors?
Do the test: Would you like to invest in your own program as an investor? Do not forget, investors are looking for promising hyips. So?
If not, investors will probably also dislike it. Probably it won't be popular even on MMGP, so your expenses will turn to totally wasted time and money. You can buy as expensive listing as you can, it won't help you. Better to stop entering the market.

Another way is starting with basic GC template in Incubator to get long lifetime and then wake it up with good design  and plans.

You can get as high inflow as good your program is. You must be a good manager! Nobody is responsible for fail or success, just you.




(2) LOW BUDGET - LOW INFLOW

Your program will probably get inflow at similar rate like your starting budget. So do not wonder if you invested just few hundred dollars into development.
You can save much if you have a programmer in your team or even multiply your earning possibility. 
Prepare reserve funds to survive the downfall after initial deposit wave. Then your inflow will grow again slowly. At this stage you will be able to attract bigger players who are searching for something stable, if you can survive this slow period. This is what the industry needs - good hyip managers.
Remember, money attracts money




(3) WHICH MONITORS DO YOU NEED?

Here we have the best, blog based English monitors:

MNO
+ the best until 2013
- extreme listing fee (1000+400$ Premium)
- no reinvestment so your total expense exceeds 1400$
- almost nobody online - Paul was forced to disable the chat's counter to hide the fact
- Paul usually talks about himself, investors slowly left him
- no benefits for investors

DN
+ finalist in 2014, it was new wind in the industry
- growing listing fee (400+400$ Golden)
- value of reinvestments decreases in each cycle
- investors switched from MNO to DN due to Paul's fatal envying
- fake chat counter the counter has been disabled lately when we realized the low number of online visitors - maybe the developer fixed the bug.
- no real benefits for investors

ISA
+ continuously growing monitor (next finalist?)
+ low listing fee (50+250$ /+1000 insurance refunded after 20 days/ Reserved 5*)
+ full price reinvestments
+ benefits for investors: RCB + insurance in first 20 days
+ real chat counter, talkative members including leaders and promoters
+ supporting of really promising programs on popular forums, including MMGP
+ free banner for one week - until the industry is not back on track


These monitors had almost similar power thanks to public chatrooms and smart investors. Of course each of them have resident members, but 70% of all players are educated enough to surf these monitors daily, including allmonitors. So purchasing the most expensive listing is absolutely worthless.

Investors love high RCB! They will search for rcb monitors even they are big fans of mentioned monitors. But the opposite is also valid: buying just RCB monitors won't bring the same result, because these blog based monitors have positive affect on investing habits! So I recommend RCB monitors as a must have secondary step.

Do not forget to impress Russian players on mmgp.ru. Currently the Russian market is bigger than the English. The German market is also starting to be attractive, so you have to talk with promoters as well. Some of them have many followers and others do good job in popular chatrooms.

Do you see extreme numbers of online members in chatrooms? Another fail.
Chatwing provides wrong numbers. Users: Davidnews, Alexnews, Grapsgold
Cometchat provides real numbers. You can open as many pages as you wish, the number of online members remains the same. Users: Instantscamalert, E-investars
 

Big blog based monitors can have low results as well, it depends which type of monitors was hired firstly. The following picture shows clearly that investors are educated enough to search:

Yes, it's just a typical A1D program, where big monitors were hired just later. I can ensure you that the program gets the same volume of investors if you choose blog based monitors firstly. The question is, which type of monitors deserves priority. RCB monitors or blogs? Chosen monitors are able to grow, so it's not the same. And RCB monitors don't really push the industry ahead.

It's an example that we can overtake RCB monitors without problems - if you have a great project, but as I said before, rcb monitors are the must have 2nd source.


Or just an example how powerful can be 1 day on ISA, while other monitors are hired firstly, including MNO. No problem if many members from our community join the project in first wave = with first monitors. I can show you several such screenshots, but I think it is not needed. One thing is clear. Investors become more and more intelligent to choose those monitors which can give them more benefits.
And finally, would you like to see the result from the best programs in 2015? Take a closer look on Carbon7, which brought stability after the worst months ever in 2015. Click to enlarge.
Honor took advantage of Carbon7 and was able to grow, since the investing atmosphere was again positive thanks to Carbon7. Investors were searching for outstanding program, Honor was here in the right time.

You might ask how it is possible to get 4k in commissions... Well there was a brave Russian investor who deposited extreme amount, so the next step of Honor's admin was expectable.




Now you have enough knowledge to decide what to do. Show your best, the industry needs professionals!


Black-white.biz hired all famous monitors on 11th day. You can see the result what were able to deliver these monitors during the first day. Then, you can compare the results on day 2.

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Hyips are just risky games where you can lose all your money. Information on this blog are expressing my opinion what is not an advice to invest. I do not recommend to invest what you cannot afford to lose.

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