SWA introduced a two-month free gadgets promo that ran from June to the end of July 2012. Now, those who have qualified to receive (straight, no raffle) gadgets are the following (click image to enlarge).
Those who have qualified to be included in the raffle (for new iPod Touch and iPad units), as well as the raffle’s winners, will be posted soon.
Meanwhile, SWA’s grand launch is underway and is set on august. 8, in Samal island, Davao.
To take part in this online money-making machine, register here.
Or you can learn more by watching this explanatory video painstakingly made by Johnny Bodegas.
Or you can just contact me.
People who encounter an “innovative” homebased online income source like SWA are often not open to the kind of risk that they perceive. All businesses or investments entail risk. Sadly, statistics say that 7 of 10 Filipino households are “risk averse”—that’s a fancy way of saying we treat financial risk as “bad juju” by default. We hate risk. We are afraid of it. It gives us the screaming mimies. That’s why so few Filipinos (maybe those are the 3 of 10) are known to have the balls to take on risk no matter how big it seems to be. That is why, too, that most Pinoys are happy and content to live the complacent, cubicle-based lives of the average employee.
When we see something like SWA, the automatic gut reaction of most Pinoys (especially those who are not really very familiar with online income sources) is to see it as a frightening risk—they fail to see the obvious “other side” of the golden coin, the side that outlines in striking detail all the opportunities involved with this system.
The first thing to do when you encounter something new but is obviously very exciting in terms of money-making capability is to see the involved risk AS IT REALLY IS: minimal. With SWA, the risk we speak of is the $55 or the Php2,500 you are paying as registration fee. You are not paying anything else, ever. You are NOT risking your life’s savings. Your life would not be reduced to a smoldering pile of ashes if, in the worst case scenario, you lose that Php2,500.
What I’m saying is investing Php2,500 is, yes, still a risk—but it is a “manageable risk.” It is the kind of risk that is attached with an awesome opportunity that essentially makes you lose more if you ignore it. If you turn your back on SWA just because you’re very afraid to lose a couple of thousand bucks at the expense of losing the opportunity to change your life for the better, then nobody loses but you.
Compare that with other types of risk with other forms of investment. When you’re involved in the trade of stocks, or mutual funds, the minimum investment is NOT Php2,500, but significantly larger than that, with also a significant amount of risk involved. If you’re planning to enter the food cart business, either as a franchisee or the sole proprietor of your new brand, the amount of money (and effort involved) ranges from P30k to P50k—and that’s only the bottom average.
Now, risking Php50,000 is still “manageable” if you’re an OFW earning an average of Php200,000 a month. However, if you’re locally employed and earning Php20,000 a month and the money you’re investing in your food cart business represents your savings for the past year, then you’re taking on an “all or nothing” kind of risk.
See the difference? The magnitude of risk is relative and depends so much on how well you can bounce back should the investment fail. If you’re an OFW, losing 50k on a failed investment can probably “annoy” you, but you can earn the whole amount next month. But if you’re a well-meaning local employee who lost his or her 12-month savings, the financial fallout would bite harder.
Now consider all these investment issues when you look at SWA: to enter the business, all you need is $55 or Php2,500. Heck, it’s almost just the price of a WordPress plugin I used to market (as an affiliate), and for all I know, the plugin may not even work as advertised because I have NOT encountered a single soul who actually swears by its efficiency.
But with SWA, you see your friends, former officemates, even total strangers taking advantage of its “autopilot” nature, and that’s just undeniable evidence of how it can work in the long term.
To fully understand how SWA works, we have uploaded a new explanatory video here.
You can also contact us directly.
From Maria Sweet Villamante, who currently works in Dubai while doing SWA:
“share ko lng po”:)last week i received my screen shot cheque from SWA and after 5 days i received my MTCN (western union)from Sir Chaves, today July 13, 2012 2 weeks na ako member of SWA i got my first commission $ 150 akalain nyo andto aq sa Dubai tpos bgla bgla ngfaFacebook lng aq ngkapera q hehe salamat SwA, uuwi n ata aq sa pinas ah hahaha ang galing grabe mapapatunayan ko na sa mga iba friends ko na hndi ito scam kse natry q mismo mgwidraw ng commission,thank you Lord God for this blessing!:)
For a bullshit-free explanation of how autopilot income works, click here.
To learn more about SWA, with a helpful video, click here.
To take charge of your online finances now and sign up, contact me.
There are some people ignorant of the innovative ways people earn money online who take a look at SWA and immediately declare, “That’s a scam!”
Let me explain–as a veteran online marketer–how autopilot income works online.
For example, I make highly targeted niche websites. One of the websites I have made is Burglar Alarm Systems. And that’s only one. “Autopilot online income” here means after making a website and doing all the necessary SEO work and putting in the Google Adsense ads, I don’t have to continuously update the site–the site will continue to attract readers and earn money from the ads even if I Do Not update it. For example, Burglar Alarm Systems earns an average of $10 a day from Google Adsense and $100 a month from Amazon. Now, that probably does not sound much but given enough time–when the site grows old and becomes well established with search engines–the earnings can exponentially grow.
That is the essence of autopilot income: this site earns me money even when I’m asleep or hunting some stray bison or wrestling with my Labrador Max. So if you have a good number of such websites, earning automatically 24/7, then you can understand the kind of earnings people like me get from the internet. I have been doing this since 2006, and save for that little snag in 2009 when people of authority mistook me as villain for making some adult blog, I have been doing well, thank you very much.
The big trouble, however, is NOT EVERYONE can make websites or write or do SEO work. Most people are content and happy being consumers of social media–they use Facebook and waste tons of time playing The Avengers or Farmville, and what do they get in return? That’s why, before SWA, earning purely online is limited to those who have the necessary technical and writing skills to do so.
That is why SWA is a huge innovation–it is a GREAT EQUALIZER in the sense that even those who do not know how to make websites and whose use of the internet is limited to what one does on Facebook can still earn money. People like Jeffrey Perez. And take note that we’re not talking about cents–we speak of hundreds to thousands of dollars, thanks to the unique multi-tiered system we explained here.
If you’re ready to take charge of your own finances using the internet and Facebook, don’t hesitate to contact me now. Stop wasting time on Facebook–it’s high time you used it to your own benefit.
These are just some of the checks our members received for May 2012. There are literally THOUSANDS of similar recipients, and the number grows everyday. So for server and bandwidth constraints, we’re just posting a few samples.
When Jeffrey Perez joined SWA in February 2012, he didn’t realize he’d be hitting it big almost immediately. Before finding this online earning opportunity through SWA, he was a typical yuppie, often using Facebook only for pure fun. But when he joined SWA, he was able to finally derive so much online income from having so many Facebook friends.
The photo below is Jeffrey’s first pay check from SWA barely a week after joining.
Jeffrey, by his own admittance, was not exactly any of those hardcore affiliate marketers or bloggers. He was only one simple guy who used Facebook in the same way millions of other Filipinos do. But by joining SWA, he has been able to turn his hundreds of Facebook friends into referrals.
And you can do this, too! As long as you can use a computer with an online connection, and you’ve been using Facebook or Twitter, there’s no reason why you cannot earn as much (or even more–look at this recent sample check) than somebody like Jeffrey.
If you want more information or some help in registering on SWA, send us an email.
A business tycoon once said, “In order to make 1 million, you have to borrow 1 million.”
Thankfully, you don’t have to do that. With a home based job like SWA, you only need a measly $55 (or Php2,500) to get started. And you don’t need sharp business skills–you only need to use online social media like Facebook or Twitter.
A home based job that uses only Facebook? You’ve gotta be kidding, you may ask. But no, we’re not kidding. We’re dead serious. In fact, so serious are we that we have been issuing checks like below since early this year–and the number of recipients are growing by the thousands.
And this “enormous money-making system” is here to stay–it is available now, you only have to do the first move to try it.
When we first started, we only had about 20 members. We presented this video below to explain our system.
But a few months later, we’re now in the thousands, with people like Jeffrey Perez just among our “ordinary” members making extraordinary income.