- we may decide to brand the vehicle with Kwikwap/Kwikweb at our cost
- we will insure the vehicle and recover the premium from the agent
- the 150 clients must to be on Level 3 or 4 (or see point d below)
- clients on Level 1 and 2 can also count as follows: 4 x Level1 counts as one and 2 x Level2 counts as one
- new sub agents also count for the 150 clients
- this scheme cannot be combined with any other incentive scheme or promotion (you can't get the car & TV's & trips etc on top of the car)
- if one of the 150 clients cancels the agent is obliged to get a new client in its place
- clients whose debit orders don't regularly go through or who don't pay their invoices regularly within 30 days will not count towards the 150.
- The agent must still be eligible for commission as per the standard terms and conditions of the agency agreement (e.g. one new client per month and "willing and able" to support clients)
- If any of the terms and conditions of this scheme is not adhered to the car must be returned to Kwikwap
- Kwikwap reserves the right to amend this fineprint but Kwikwap undertakes not to change the essence/spirit of the incentive scheme (e.g. change it to 200 clients or so). Only the fine details may be changed.
1) cold calling
2) start with family and friends
3) advertise on the internet
4) put stickers on your car
5) put up notices on community notice boards\
6) offer people referral fees
7) phone people
8) email people
9) we can also supply leads (once we know that you are serious and reliable)
10) your existing customers will refer their friends and business associates
a) a car to the value of R100,000 (which we will give you for free)
b) monthly recurring revenue of R11,700 per month (which we will buy back from you for at least R128,000, guaranteed ; in the open market you might even get double that for it)
So the 3 websites per week wil bring in R30,000 per month (3 x 4 x R2,500 = R30, 000) . In a year that equals R360,000; now add the R100,000 car and R128,000 buy back and you end up with R588,000 earnings per annum.
Frankly if you don't see the potential in this .....
1. Determined to be successful
2. Can work systematic and focussed
3. Are a peoples person
4. Are not shy to ask people if you can help them with their website
Do a search on the internet on Kwikwap and see that we are not mickey mouse!
The market is huge, the Kwikwap system is phenomenal and all we need are self motivated people who want to sell and implement the most exciting web system ever created. Even seasoned IT Professionals are impressed when they see the Kwikwap system in action.
This is not a get rich scheme (although the product is so good it sells itself!). Good honest hard work will help you to make a living from this business opportunity from day one as well as offer you the opportunity to build up a decent recurring income over time. No tricks or monkey business!
This business opportunity is very simple, we have created the World`s Easiest Website Creation Tool so that normal people can make fully fledged websites in a matter of minutes.
The consultants charge anything up to R2 500 to set up the website for the client (the consultant gets all this money). This is normally done with a one-on-one meeting with the client so that the consultant can also train the Client in the use of the system.
The Client pays anything between R59 (+VAT) and R200 (+VAT) per month and the consultant receives between R40 and R75 per month of this.
If you create one website a day, you will earn around R50,000 pm (if you build a website every second day you will still earn around R25,000pm).
After a year you will also earn monthly recurring revenue of +- R12,000pm. Such a passive recurring revenue stream also builds up "capital" (i.e. you build up a 'saleable business asset'). Ask yourself the question, what is a business worth that returns R12,000pm passively? have a look in the "Businesses For Sale" section of the newspapers; such a business is worth a few hundred thousand Rands.
What do we expect from you in order to start your own business:
- Complete the enquiry form
- A joining fee of R2500 is payable which includes a Training session and manual
- A monthly fee of R150 (+VAT)
We sell a product that is worth between R10,000 and R50,000 for way less! It is a very easy product to sell and our clients are very thankful afterwards. This business will give you a lot of job satisfaction.
Join today, work hard for two years and then enjoy the life you have always wanted ...
Kwikwap rings in good news for those who would like to earn a handsome pay package every month by starting your own business with sheer talent, skills, hard work and a little help from Kwikwap. With one of the easiest website creation, development and management software built by Kwikwap, now you can help thousands of people to get their own website, and in that process, make some cool money for yourself.
Don't pinch yourself, it's not a jackpot. This work requires your talent and also demands your persistency as starting your own business. This is neither any short cut to lots of money nor anything dishonest or deceiving. It is all about empowering you with a tool and training you on how to use it, to make easy-to-use functioning websites for people looking out for cheaper alternatives to get their websites done.
The Kwikwap system, in short, is a website developing tool. It helps you to create a website, develop it and manage it easily. Using the Kwikwap system you can create as many websites as you want in a day, in a week and in every month. Not only will it be easy for you as a consultant to create websites with the help of a short training arranged by Kwikwap, but even your clients will also find it extremely easy to manage and edit their websites, once you show them how to do it. Your assistance might be required by them later, but only once in a while.
When you use the Kwikwap system, you can make any kinds of websites like corporate websites, ecommerce platform etc. with as many pages you want in it, as much data you want, as much web traffic you intend to target, and a variety of features such as members' login section, messages and emails, forums, photos and videos, music or sound clips, surveys etc. You can also invite people to join your mailing lists and ask you questions, get customer feedback and reviews. This way, as a consultant, you can also have a wide variety in your clientele as well and cater to everybody's website wishlist.
But the magic key to starting your own business in this goldmine is by becoming a consultant. All you have to do is fill up a simple form Here and we will get in touch with you in a short time. On paying R 2,500 you can get to join our training program where we teach you all the aspects and tricks of using the website designing tool. All it would take is 3 to 5 hours and zap! you become a webmaster in less than half a day.
No prior qualifications needed and no technical knowledge is required to become a consultant. All you need to do is the training, which we provide, in order to gain confidence about using the tool and be creative with it. However, you can even skip the training if you are already familiar with using Kwikwap or can just figure out your way through it. Once you are familiar with the Kwikwap system, you are now fit to go out and start working. You can choose any area in South Africa to start your work. And why just South Africa, you can work anywhere in the world you want to.
As a consultant, you can start your own business with this newfound skill and tool and make as many websites you want each day and make a lot of profit. Or you can start on a medium or slow pace and do only a few websites each month, as many as you want to. A consultant typically charges anything up to R 2,500 to create a website. Now, you can do your mathematics and figure out for yourself a good amount per month. Besides this, you can also earn by bringing in a new consultant.
Kwikwap pays R 2,500 once off, plus R 100 each month for every new consultant brought by you. Kwikwap was started in 2005 in South Africa. By 2012, the organization grew from a 3-member team to 14 people at their head office, 13 franchisees and plenty of consultants who are not only spread across the length and breadth of the country, but are also present in Australia and Namibia. The company tapped one of the most important requirements in modern day marketing, and that is the need for a website to be present online and be available to consumers who use the internet so frequently.
But getting a website comes with hefty costs and not all can, therefore, afford to have their own digital presence, especially the small organizations, entrepreneurs and budding artists and musicians. With the help of the Kwikwap system, now you don't have to run from one agency to another looking for a cheap solution. You can become a webmaster yourself and make your own website or get in touch with a Kwikwap consultant and get yourself a high quality website at dirt cheap prices.
Once you start off as a consultant, and you keep proving your talent and skill with this tool, you can further expand your clientele with low cost promotional methods like reference by your existing customers, your friends and family to their friends and business associates. You can also use social media marketing or put up advertisements on community notice boards. Even we can help you by supplying you leads, once you prove yourself reliable and capable.
You can take full advantage of this wonderful opportunity provided by the Kwikwap system. You can start your own business, use this talent for extra income or a parallel source of income or take this up as a full time job. Even students, housewives and retired people can be financially independent and busy with something worth their while. All you need is a systematic and focused approach and self determination. Also, if you love socializing, you can be assured that this can be a great way to expand your social circle.
You know what business you want, and are convinced you can make it happen.
The next step is to finance it and insure it. Businesses tend to take about 6 months to get off the ground,
so don't quit the day job just yet. Hang on to that income for as long as you can - it will be hard work for a while as you'll be doing two jobs, but should be worth it. However, you will probably need finance from elsewhere too.
Starting a Business: Turning Ideas into Money
Most people have, at some point, thought about starting their own business.
Few of them ever get it off the ground. There are lots of steps to go through to get from a vague idea to a fully functioning business. It can be difficult to know whether your idea would work, and if it would, how to make it work. Many people who would be more than capable of succeeding in business do not do it because it just seems too difficult and risky.
Starting a business does always involve some risk, but there are ways to manage that risk. It is one worth taking - studies show that self-employed people are Happier than the average wage-slave, even though they often work longer hours. The self-employed also have an almost unlimited earning potential, with a direct relationship between reward and effort. How many employed people could say that?
Do not make the mistake of assuming that your business idea will work, just because you want it to. Businesses do not work without markets, so find out whether your business has a market. The first step is to look at other similar businesses and how they are doing.
You should be able to get government data showing general business growth areas, and local business associations should be able to help you work out local trends. In South Africa, the government's Small Enterprise Development Agency should be able to help too. Regardless of how attached to your business idea you are, be honest with yourself - if your business is in sector that is struggling, what can you offer that the other businesses in that sector can't? You will need a different angle if you are going to succeed where they are failing. Once you are confident you have a viable idea, you need to find out who your competitors are and who your customers are.
Identify other businesses operating in your sector, and see if you can work out who they are targeting. If there is a trade association for your area, join it and find out more about the area. Use any contacts you have for market research.
A good way to do this is to write an email questionnaire asking whether people think they might use product and whether they already use similar products from other companies. Send it to everyone you know and ask them to send it on to everyone they know. If you can get a large enough sample you should be able to get some idea of who might be interested in your product, in terms of gender, age etc. Once you know that, you will be able to target your advertising on that group.
You know what business you want, and are convinced you can make it happen.
The next step is to Finance it and insure it. Businesses tend to take about 6 months to get off the ground, so don't quit the day job just yet. Hang on to that income for as long as you can - it will be hard work for a while as you'll be doing two jobs, but should be worth it. However, you will probably need finance from elsewhere too. Getting finance for your business can be difficult, especially given the currently sluggish economy.
This is where all that research you did comes in: that needs to form the basis of a credible business plan.
No-one will give you finance unless they have confidence that idea will work, and they will want to see that you have analysed your market and know who to target. If you are in South Africa, SEDA should be able to help you identify possible sources of funding.
They might include traditional bank loans, specialist small business funding services, and government grants and loans.
The small business sector in South Africa is growing and the government is encouraging its growth, making R1.4 billion available in small business funding for the next three years.
The economy is growing again, with 2.7% growth in the first quarter of 2012. If you want to get going in business, this could be the time to do it, as economic recovery creates opportunities. If you are lucky, in a few years investors will be buying shares in your business. As long as you work hard and make sure you do your preparation, you have a good chance of at least being able to make a good living and a successful future.