Q. Is this easy?
A. This takes work, and we need you to understand that the only way you’ll make a lot of money through our company is by utilizing our guidance and getting out there and building healthy relationships. So if you apply yourself and are willing to put in the time to complete a project, then yes – this will be easy for you. But make no mistake – what you get out of this highly depends on what you put into it.

Q. How big are the boards?
A. Our standard board is 24 inches wide by 36 inches tall, with six advertisements. However, we can build any size up to 36 inches x 36 inches, and you can sell as many as 10 ads, or as few as three. It all depends on how much money you want to make.

Q. How big are the ads?
A. Typically, ad sizes are approximately 8 inches wide by 5 inches tall. (Think: half page magazine ad)

Q. Do I always have to sell six ads.
A. No, but that’s always the best goal that maximizes your profit margin. We will publish boards with any number of ads (up to ten). Sell two ads, and you’ll make a modest profit. Sell six – ten ads, and you’ll be making a lot more money for your pocket.

Q. What is the average time to sell out a project?
A. It varies from person to person. 3-4 days is average. 2-3 is optimal. But we suggest never taking longer than 5 business days. Take what you have at the end of your week and move on. The fastest we’ve ever seen a board completed is under 2.5 hours – and that’s a great story! Ask us about it sometime.

Q. When you publish more or fewer ads, do the ads become bigger or smaller?
A. Not typically. Rather than making the ads smaller, we adjust the entire layout to accomodate the number of ads and to support the aesthetic and branding of the board.

Q. What if the restaurant needs a specific size to fit into an existing frame?
A. No worries, as long as the requested size is no larger than 36 inches by 36 inches.

Q. Can you do more than one restaurant at a time?
A. Absolutely! The more boards you sell, the more money you make. But always be sure that your customers are satisfied by maintaining a healthy line of communication. Quantity is good for your wallet. Quality is good for healthy and long-term relationships. Put those two together, and you’ve got the total package.

Q. Do you ever call on “chain” restaurants?
A. We have a few boards in popular chains, but find that it’s easiest and most effective to partner with local restaurants. Plus, you’ll receive better referrals for advertising from a local restaurant vs. a chain.

Q. Is this an independent rep/1099 positions?
A. No. You don’t work for us, we work for you. You collect the advertiser’s money in your name and pay us when you’re ready to publish the board. Just think of us as your partner and full-service vendor.

Q. How much does your best distributor make?
A. We get this question a lot, and the only way the we know how to answer this is by reinforcing the idea that if you work hard and build your relationships with our guidance, you can make a lot of money. Our best distributors earn a lot, but our best distributors work hard and love what they do.

Q. How much does your average distributor make?
A. An average distributor will never make as much money as their more successful peers as long as they’re doing an average job – but they’ll still make money. However, we prefer working with individuals that want to excel above and beyond the average mark! We’re here to help you push yourself and achieve your goals.

Earnings are determined by the simple formula “ability x effort = earnings”. There is no way to measure your effort or ability in relation to others so only you can determine your income. We’ve worked with some that have a natural talent and ability, and they’ve earned a lot with little effort. But we’ve also worked with some that earn lots, but have to put forth more effort, even though it didn’t come naturally at first. If you have a high aptitude and you put forth great effort, you could easily earn up to six-figures.