The first factor that determines your level of earnings is the rate of earnings. Generally, you want to choose programs that pay enough to make it worthwhile to get involved. You want to be able to see yourself earn $5,000, $10,000, or even $100,000!
The second factor that determines your level of earnings is how much you start with. Because of risk, in general, it’s prudent to put no more than 5-10% of your risk capital into any one program. You may want to consider how your financial situation would be affected if you lost all the money you put into a particular program. (In the case of JSS-Tripler, because it’s indefinitely sustainable, you could consider risking as much as 20-30% of your risk capital.)
The third factor that determines your level of earnings is compounding. Frederick Mann started with $2,000 in a particular program. I received a matching bonus, doubling it to $4,000. Then he compounded his initial earnings for a few days until his total advertising purchases reached $4,800. Then he started withdrawing earnings periodically. His plan was to continue periodic withdrawals until his original $2,000 had been recovered.
Once he was in profit (reached a “break-even point” or achieved a “can’t-lose position”), he could start compounding again. It could be 50/50 compounding, or even 80/20 — parlaying or rolling over 80% of earnings and withdrawing 20%. The ratio would depend on his ongoing level of confidence in the program.
The fourth factor that determines your level of earnings is the percentage referral earnings paid. In a program with a 10%/5% two-tier referral system, your referral earnings can become substantial.
The fifth factor that determines your level of earnings is building your downline. If you steadily sponsor 1-3 people a day, your downline eventually gets large and can earn you many thousands.
From the table of the Top 20 JSS-Tripler Earners, you may be able to deduce or infer the strategies different earners are applying. You can see how much of their earnings comes from their positions, and how much from their downline.
The sixth factor that determines your level of earnings is longevity. With most high-return programs it’s very important to get in early, because they are not sustainable and have a habit of disappearing with your money. In the case of JSS-Tripler, because it’s indefinitely sustainable, it’s less important to get in early. With JSS-Tripler, you have “longevity on your side!” (In 2005, I joined a simlar (but unsustainable) program when it had just under 59,000 members. I earned about $100,000 by the time the program failed, when it had about 300,000 members.)