Complete Yoonla Review – Legit or Scam?

Yoonla Review

I was looking out for some legit online money making opportunities on the web and encountered a new website referred to me on an online forum. The website name was Yoonla CPA Foundation. So I signed up for it and to my amazement, the whole system is so friendly that you can get started and start making money within just one day. Keeping all of this in view, I decided to write a complete Yoonla Review in order help out you guys if it’s a legit money making opportunity or not.

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Over the years in my struggle of finding and signing up for many legit (as well as not so legit) online money making websites, I’ve grown skeptical of the claims that many websites put forth. With numbers of fraudulent websites out there, I think it’s a quite natural behavior. Secondly, this is what maturity and experience means. Sit back, observe, analyze, learn from others experiences and then act. Don’t just jump into the band wagon and sign up on any website which guarantees to make you rich over night.

So I did the same for Yoonla as well. As soon as I came to know about it, I started searching for the reviews that were available online in order to make sure that I will not be ripped off.

Once satisfied, I signed up for it and It’s been about couple of months since I joined this website and this below is the experience that I’ve had till yet.

In fact, this article is a Yoonla Review that I’m sure you guys will find helpful to decide if it’s a legitimate income opportunity or a scam.

What Yoonla is All About?

Yoonla basically is a two tiered CPA based affiliate program where you make money once any one of the two actions are performed.

1. Any person signs up for Yoonla (using your affiliate link)
2. Person upgrades to VIP member

So this is what two tiered means when it comes to Yoonla. You earn commission when the user signs up for the program as well as when your referral upgrades and becomes a VIP member.

Before going into the details of this program, let’s talk about who actually is the owner or creator of this program.

Who is the founder of Yoonla?

The founder of Yoonla is Reno Van Boven. From New Zealand, he is a seasoned Digital Entrepreneur and and internet marketeer with quite a few successful online marketing projects under his belt since 2006.

Reno Van Boven - Digital Entrepreneur/Business Coach
Reno Van Boven – Digital Entrepreneur/Business Coach

How Yoonla works?

As stated above, it’s very simple, you have to sign up for Yoonla and become its member. Once done, you will be provided with an affiliate link to promote Yoonla. Now, if any person signs up using your affiliate link, you will bag commission for every successful sign up. If the same person decides to upgrade and becomes a VIP member, you will earn further commission. Straight and simple.

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Is there any cost of joining Yoonla?

Nope. Not at all. But stay with me here. There is some investments that you will have to most likely make in order to reap the maximum benefits of this program.

So what are the benefits? I’ll mention below. So keep reading.

Is there any more to it?

So in addition to signing up and then convincing others to sign up, is there any more to this Yoonla program? There should be otherwise it does not seem to be such a great affiliate program. Right?

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Well, you see, the very essence and the best advantage of signing up for Yoonla is that this platform proves to be a great starting point in your online money making world.

If anything that can be considered priceless in any business it surely must be your leads. Without them, it is hard to thrive and succeed and when it comes to the online world, these leads come in the form of email addresses.

So the best thing about Yoonla is that it provides series of training videos to get started and tells you how you can capture new leads. That’s not it. Yoonla also provides you with 3 digital products to promote so that it becomes easier for you to get the email addresses of the visitors.

Of course, people are more likely to give their email addresses when you offer them something in return and Yoonla takes care of your part of the bargain by giving away 3 digital products about marketing.

Yoonla Digital Products

And this is exactly where you will have to take out your credit cards and invest some of your money.

Yoonla will ask you to sign up for domain, web hosting and an auto-responder. Once done, you will have to hand over the credentials to the Yoonla team who will set the whole thing up and place their products on your web hosting.

So you cannot regard this cash outflow as an expense. In fact it’s a genuine investment which is going to benefit you not only for Yoonla but any other endeavors as well.

One important thing to understand is that, “there’s no free lunch”. If you want to make money, you will have to spend money. That’s the basic rule and the sooner you understand the better it is.

If you are looking forward to make a career in affiliate marketing and on the internet then there are certain investments that you will have to make and when it comes to Yoonla, the investment is not that much.

How much do you need to spend to get started with Yoonla?

Again, to get started, you need to invest nothing. The investment only needs to be made if you want to be more effective.

So the total investment that you need to make can be sum up as follows:

1. Domain = USD $15.00 per year
2. Web Hosting = USD $1.99/month (but this is subject to change)
3. Get Response Auto Responder = USD $15.00/month

Let’s suppose you buy a domain and web hosting for a year and sign up for Get Response to pay on monthly basis. In yearly terms, your total investment will be:

$15.00 + $23.88 ($1.99 x 12 months) + $180 ($15.00 x 12) = $218.88

If you divide them with 12 months, your monthly investment will be:

$218.88 / 12 months = $18.24

That’s not much. Right? Especially when you see the benefits that you will get in return.

How much commission do you make per lead/referral?

The amount of commission depends on the country from which you are getting your leads to sign up. In Yoonla there are 3 categories.

Countries with zero (0) commission

1. India
2. Pakistan
3. Nigeria
4. Zambia
5. Zimbabwe
6. Niger
7. Uganda

The above countries will not generate any CPA lead commissions however, this does not mean that you cannot become a member if you are from one of these countries. You surely can. Secondly, you will get commission if the person from any of these countries sign up and become VIP.

Countries with maximum ($4) commission

1. USA
2. UK
3. Australia
4. New Zealand
5. Canada
6. Ireland

Countries with moderate ($2) commission

Any country which is not in the above two lists will generate you around $2 per member lead.

Having mentioned all of the details about the Yoonla program, I’m sure there must be a million dollar question tingling in your mind and that’s:

How does Yoonla make money?

Though this Yoonla Review is not about how Yoonla makes money but rather how we can make money using Yoonla, but I get it. We humans are curious beings. We take interest in other’s lives, how they live, what they eat, when do they sleep etc. This give us pleasure.

And the urge to know the answer grows by many folds when the entity is affecting our lives as well so here we go, here’s how Yoonla makes money.

First, the web hosting and Get Response auto responder that I mentioned above, yoonla provides a link to them. So when you sign up for these services using their links, Yoonla makes money in return.

Second, if any referral or member upgrades to VIP, Yoonla makes money. I think that’s quite obvious. Yoonla VIP program values around $297 USD. So you can do the maths.

Third, though this benefit is non-monetary but I think I cannot stress the importance of leads enough. So whenever a person becomes a member of Yoonla, gets the lead in form of email address. This contact information can come in handy for other products that Reno might want to commercialize. So the value of this cannot be estimated in absolute terms.

So here are the 3 ways (at least that I know of) from which Yoonla makes money.

What is the minimum payout?

$50. After a particular cycle when all the leads are evaluated for their legitimacy, commissions are credited to one’s account.

 

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What is Yoonla’s Payment Method?

Yoonla currently pays only through Paypal but soon they will be utilizing other payment methods as well.

 

Since this post already too long, I should better end it. but before doing so, I’d like to appreciate Reno (Yoonla) for one thing.

As said at the beginning of the article, I’ve seen many affiliate programs and majority of them guarantees you to make you rich over night and try to convince you of that by posing and taking pictures with bikini clad women, in front of sports cars or from some 5-star Las Vegas hotel.

I’ve seen this happening too many times that this has become more or less a cliche for an online money making programs.

However, when it comes to Reno or Yoonla, they don’t guarantee any such thing nor display any such enticing photos to lure and rightfully so as the success and failure depends on your determination and how much you make from promoting Yoonla, depends largely on your PR.

Any platform is there to just guide you and is as good as your will power and determination to move forward and keep going no matter what.

So if you are really convinced from the Yoonla CPA program, go ahead and sign up by clicking here.

IT REALLY IS A LEGIT PROGRAM.

78 thoughts on “Complete Yoonla Review – Legit or Scam?

  • June 28, 2017 at 1:32 am
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    Hey i just wanted to know If I am from India and I sign up then do I get paid CPA commissions if leads from tier 1 countries sign up?

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    • Saad
      June 28, 2017 at 10:59 am
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      Hi Harshal,

      Thanks for visiting my blog and then leaving a comment.

      As far as your question is concerned, yes, you will get commissions if any person signs up from the tier 1 countries (US, UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia). Does not matter where you are from.

      However, if someone signs up from the countries like India, Pakistan etc. then you will NOT get CPA commissions if a person signs up using your link.

      So to summarize, you will get maximum commission if a person signs up from the tier 1 countries. Medium commissions if a person signs up from tier 2 countries and no commission if a person signs up from tier 3 country.

      I hope that’s clear for you now.

      If not, then let me know.

      Reply
  • July 13, 2017 at 12:34 am
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    • Saad
      July 13, 2017 at 10:48 am
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      Thanks Keely, I appreciate it.

      Do keep reading this blog.

      Reply
  • July 13, 2017 at 3:35 am
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    *It?s hard to find knowledgeable people on this topic, but you sound like you know what you?re talking about! Thanks

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  • July 13, 2017 at 4:11 am
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  • July 13, 2017 at 6:20 am
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    I appreciate, lead to I discovered exactly what I was looking for. You have ended my 4 day lengthy hunt! God Bless you man. Have a great day. Bye|

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    • Saad
      July 13, 2017 at 10:51 am
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      Marcos, it feels good to now that my post prove to be useful to you.

      Keep reading.

      Reply
  • July 13, 2017 at 11:43 am
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    Excellent post. Keep writing such kind of info on your blog. Im really impressed by it.

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  • July 13, 2017 at 9:31 pm
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    {Hi|Hey|Greatsite; regarding Affiliate marketing has anybody any recommendations for a easy wordpress plugin that shows relevant products based on a pages content?

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    • Saad
      July 13, 2017 at 10:48 pm
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      Thanks Josh,

      Regarding WordPress plugin for affiliate products, as of right now, I’m not aware of any such plugin. The reason is not that the plugin may not be there. It’s just that I haven’t researched about it.

      However, can you explain a bit more about the features of the plugin?

      Reply
  • July 31, 2017 at 1:58 pm
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    Hi,
    I found this Yoonla interesting but as there been lot of scam I am really skeptical to go for it, but considering investment and returns I thought I can try. But I have a confusion and question for which I am not able to find an answer.?

    Assume I signup and start the work, can I use the email or leads which are built through my affilite link and on my Getresponse account for promoting other affiliate products or my own products ? So bascially what I want to know is that will I get a complete control on email list built on my Getrsponse account?

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    • Saad
      July 31, 2017 at 6:44 pm
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      Hi Raghu,

      Valid question. Let me answer it in detail.
      If you advertise just your affiliate link and people sign up using that affiliate link then most likely you are never going to get the emails of those prospects. Since they will be entering their email addresses in Yoonla’s sign up form.

      So in order to get their email addresses, you first need to provide them incentive to sign up your through your Get Response form.

      You can do this by marketing any one of the 3 products that I mentioned in the article. You can get hands on these products once you become a VIP member. One added advantage of becoming a VIP member is that the Yoonla team will provide you custom setup on your domain. So it will be easier for you to market the products.

      The custom setup that I’m talking about results in this: marketingwithsaad.com/go/twitter_marketing/

      You can see, enticing your prospects to sign up using this page is much easier. You get this once you become a VIP member.

      Previously, if a prospect signed up using your affiliate link, you’d not get his email address. Only the commission.

      However, now, Yoonla claims that you can now get their email address as well. You just need to do some little tweaks in your setup. Both in Yoonla control panel and Get Response account.

      Now, coming to the main part of your question. Yes, if you build your own list even using Yoonla’s affiliate link, you will have complete control on those email addresses and you can promote any of your own product as well.

      I know this reply contains many details you never asked for but I thought this will help you better.

      Do let me know if this helps.

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      • July 31, 2017 at 8:05 pm
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        Thanks for your detailed reply.

        So that shows if I sign up now and create a website as per Yoonla instructions I will become VIP Member and get access to affiliate link right? Once I get I need to promote and build email list, when some one sign up for Yoonla I will get paid and the list will be in my control right?

        Apart from Yoonla sign up, I can use their premade products to promote and build more list and make money right?

        Do you run their Digital Lifestyle website? Can you please share the link if you can?

        Raghu

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        • Saad
          July 31, 2017 at 8:48 pm
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          One important thing I want to clear. You will not become a VIP member as soon as you sign up. You will have to pay for that. I believe it’s around $297. But I’d suggest that you confirm this amount.

          So you can claim your custom setup only if you upgrade to a VIP.

          However, even if you just sign up, you will get your affiliate link which you can promote at any other forum. But you will not get that custom setup and those digital products important to get email addresses. For that you will have to become VIP.

          No, I don’t run a digital lifestyle website. This is the only blog that I manage. The link I shared in the above comment is the URL I bought for Yoonla.

          As far as email list is concerned, you can use those list any way you want.That will be yours.
          I hope that answers your question.
          Thanks.

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          • July 31, 2017 at 9:53 pm
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            Thanks,
            Your answer was quite helpful for me to decide on this, I will take my decision soon on this.

          • Saad
            July 31, 2017 at 10:14 pm
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            Great. Feels good to be of some help.

  • August 3, 2017 at 2:43 am
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    Thanks – Enjoyed this blog post, how can I make is so that I receive an email when you make a fresh article?

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    • Saad
      August 6, 2017 at 10:25 pm
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      Hi Garrett,

      You can subscribe to my email list.

      Thank you.

      Reply
  • August 16, 2017 at 12:07 pm
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    Hey, am a bit skeptical about joining Yoonla considering what happened to one of the Websites in my country. Wanted to know how long has Yoonla been operational?

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    • Saad
      August 16, 2017 at 9:00 pm
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      Hi Ben,

      Yoonla is legit. People (including me) are being paid by this website. Additionally, the training and feedback provided by the Yoonla team is top notch. But you have to become a VIP member to avail it.

      I hope this helps.

      Reply
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  • September 12, 2017 at 3:07 pm
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    Is YOONLA available in the Phillipines?

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    • Saad
      September 16, 2017 at 7:24 pm
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      Yes, it sure is. People from all over the world can join this Yoonla.

      Reply
  • September 13, 2017 at 9:33 pm
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    What if I already have a blog? Can I share their affiliate links on my blog and get paid?

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    • Saad
      September 14, 2017 at 9:37 pm
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      Of course, you can share the affiliate link on your blog and earn money. In fact, this is one of the most popular way to promote your affiliate link.

      Reply
  • September 15, 2017 at 9:15 am
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    I am from Bangladesh.
    Does I am able to earn money from this site.
    Reply please.

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    • Saad
      September 16, 2017 at 7:21 pm
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      Hi Tajnimul,

      Glad you asked and I hope that I’m not late.

      Sure, you can earn from Yoonla. The site works fine and pays to affiliates from Bangladesh as well.

      In fact, I have many subscribers on Yonnla in my downline who are from Bangladesh.

      So go ahead and try it out: Yoonla CPA Foundation

      Though not necessary, but I’d suggest you to become a VIP member as well so that you have a digital product to promote.

      Thank you.

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      • September 23, 2017 at 11:55 am
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        Hi Saad,
        Thanks for your detailed info about Yoonla. I am from Pakistan and want to start Yoonla as a free member to get familiar and then will decide to upgrade or to get registered for domain etc. My question is, will I get any commission from my referrals before upgrade or registering for domain. I mean can I earn as a free member by promoting my link.

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        • Saad
          September 23, 2017 at 12:57 pm
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          Hi Hanif,

          It’s good that you read about Yoonla on my blog and took time to comment here.

          Now, before I answer your question, let me be very clear. Till the last time I checked, you could promote Yoonla just by signing up for free account. However, then, you’d not have your digital products and the much needed training to effectively promote Yoonla to the masses.
          All you have is your affiliate link which you can promote and start earning commissions should anyone use your link and sign up at Yoonla.
          Having said that, someone pointed out that now you need to acquire a VIP membership before you start promoting Yoonla.
          However, I have not received any such update from Yoonla itself. So I’d stick to my original version until I hear otherwise.
          I hope that answers your question.

          Reply
  • September 23, 2017 at 12:40 pm
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    Hi there,great review.But thing has change,in order to become an affiliate with them,you will have to upgrade to VIP membership,and i wonder are thete any hidden fees once i upgrade my membership..

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    • Saad
      September 23, 2017 at 12:50 pm
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      Hi Lee,

      Thanks for checking out my blog and then taking time to comment.
      I believe to become just an affiliate, you don’t need to pay anything. However, to become a VIP member you have to pay a small fee. Once you’re a VIP member, you’ll get your own digital products and training to promote Yoonla.

      For limited time, upgrading to a VIP member was absolutely free but now there’s a cost. So you’d need to check that.

      However, just becoming an affiliate does not require you to pay anything. Having said that, I will definitely look if there has been any recent changes in the Yoonla program and what you’re saying is correct. Please allow me some time.

      Again, thanks for pointing out.

      Reply
  • September 23, 2017 at 3:24 pm
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    I very much enjoyed your review. I am from Ghana and Paypal does not work in Ghana. Can I join Yoonla without having a paypal account? Thank you.

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    • Saad
      September 25, 2017 at 9:32 am
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      Hi Bayee,

      Thanks for the question.

      The country that I’m in (Pakistan) does not have Paypal as well. I’ve requested Yoonla for an alternative and they said they’re working on it. If I’m not wrong and can remember properly, probably they were planning for Payza.
      I hope that helps.

      Reply
  • September 24, 2017 at 5:06 pm
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    Hi! Does it require to have PC or laptop in joining yoonla? Or smartphone will do? Thanks!

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    • Saad
      September 24, 2017 at 6:58 pm
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      Hi Sheryl,

      PC, Laptop, Tablets, Mobile, Main Frame, Supercomputer…
      Anything goes.
      🙂

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      • September 25, 2017 at 6:36 am
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        Okay. Thanks! But, how about in setting up the yahoo small business hosting account. Do I need to pay in advance the 1 year subscription? or it will be charged on monthly basis?

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        • Saad
          September 25, 2017 at 9:28 am
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          I believe they should have a payment plan mentioned on their website.
          Generally, it’s different for different vendors. For e.g. I acquired the hosting for 3 years. It was a one off payment.
          I believe that for Yahoo, the minimum they can provide is 1-year. But I’d suggest you to see if they provide monthly plans as well. But keep one thing in mind. The monthly plan will definitely be expensive than the yearly plan.
          I think that’s understandable. The more period you apply for, the cheaper (on average) plan will be.
          So if you are not short on cash then I’d ask you to go with at least 1 year subscription.
          I hope that helps.

          Reply
  • September 27, 2017 at 4:49 pm
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    Hi Saad. You are rocking bro. Your review is simply awesome which gave a perfect picture of the plan. However i do have a small doubts.

    1)I would like to know about the digital products of yoonla. After becoming a VIP member how do we get access to the digital products and how can we share with others to get their email addresses.

    2) “After a particular cycle when all the leads are evaluated for their legitimacy, commissions are credited to one’s account” — what does this mean. how do they evaluate for their legitimacy? Does the leads have to respond for any mails from yoonla.

    Thanks in advance

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    • Saad
      September 27, 2017 at 6:04 pm
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      Hi Praveen,

      Thanks for the kind words.

      Coming to your questions, let me answer them one by one.

      1. When you become a VIP member, Yoonla’s team will ask you for the credentials of your web host account. You only become VIP when you have the web hosting subscription. Yoonla will upload its files on your web hosting on the back end and a good looking interface on the front end which your leads can see on your domain. So that your leads can subscribe to your email list and download the digital products. Here is one example that Yoonlateam did for me: http://www.marketingwithsaad.com/go/twitter_marketing/. I just provided them with my web hosting account details and they uploaded this page over their. I hope this answers your first question.

      2. Coming to second question, no, Yoonla will not contact the leads. They have their own internal controls against which they check the legitimacy of the leads. I’m assuming that it must be the IP address, computer IP etc. So they reject if they see any fraudulent or duplicate leads.

      I hope these answer your questions.

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      • October 3, 2017 at 4:44 pm
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        Hi saad,
        I am confused with one thing. i have a domain name and i would like to know that the web hosting is a seperate thing or its included in domain. After the custom setup is done by yoonla, i dont see anything as such as you were explained about your page “http://www.marketingwithsaad.com/go/twitter_marketing/”. Please help me to get this resolved. If you want me to connect “soma.praveen135” is my mail id. Thanks

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        • Saad
          October 5, 2017 at 10:02 am
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          Hi Praveen,

          Domain hosting and web hosting are two separate things. In case you are stuck, you can always approach Yoonla’s support. They’re good in responding. Just to look for basic solution, is the setup by Yoonla done on your domain and web hosting?

          Reply
  • September 30, 2017 at 3:52 pm
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    If Yoonla makes money but getting more and more people joining it, it really does sound like a pyramid scheme !

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    • Saad
      October 1, 2017 at 12:17 am
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      Sort of but not completely.

      It makes money primarily by the commission it gets when the prospect signs up for web hosting, lead pages, auto responders.

      Second, it it in the process of accumulating email addresses which I’m sure it will try to capitalize later on by promoting some other opportunities as well.

      Reply
  • October 1, 2017 at 3:40 pm
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    I am considering joining but I have some questions.
    Firstly how does an affiliate generate income.do we have to start hassling the leads provided by get response with a series of email.

    Secondly why dors it CPA when really yoonla is just providing 3 digital products and doing the set up.

    Thirdly is our job mainly to place ads in different areas of the internet

    Lastly what did you have to do before you startedmaking commissions

    Thanks for taking time to answer the above questions

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    • Saad
      October 3, 2017 at 11:52 am
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      “we have to start hassling the leads provided by get response with a series of email.”

      Not necessarily. Yoonla will provide you with the affiliate link. If a prospect joins using your link, you earn commission. That’s it. You can use their email addresses to convince them to become VIP for additional benefits though.

      “Secondly why dors it CPA when really yoonla is just providing 3 digital products and doing the set up.”
      No idea what are you asking. Can you be a bit clear please.Thanks.

      “Thirdly is our job mainly to place ads in different areas of the internet”
      Yup. That’s right. Promote your affiliate link wherever you can.

      Reply
  • October 2, 2017 at 7:12 pm
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    Hey Saad.

    I really like your post on this Yoonla review. Your promotional strategies are working very good and I am glad to be associated with you.

    Keep up the good work.

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    • Saad
      October 3, 2017 at 11:48 am
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      Thanks Kerapetsi. Thanks for your help as well.

      Reply
  • October 4, 2017 at 7:25 pm
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    Hae please i just joined this marketing plan ,now am about to pay for yahoo domain n get response.Now will i be able to make commissions thru leads or ?

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    • Saad
      October 5, 2017 at 9:59 am
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      Hi Margaret,
      If you have access to your “affiliate link” then yes, you can start making commissions.

      Reply
  • October 7, 2017 at 8:58 am
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    Do I get a commission if someone from the Philippines signs up but decided not to become a VIP member?

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    • Saad
      October 8, 2017 at 10:42 am
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      Yes, half of it. So instead of $4, you’ll get $2 if someone from Philippines signs up.

      Reply
  • October 15, 2017 at 2:02 am
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    Hi,

    Great post, Yoonla seems like a good deal. I already have a domain, hosting and a GetResponse plan.
    Since they offer their service as free, they make money since idealy one should buy the domain, hosting and a GetResponse account through their affiliate link so they earn a commission.

    Does this mean I cannot be a Yoonla member?

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    • Saad
      October 15, 2017 at 10:45 pm
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      Hi Jack,

      Other than the services that you mentioned, they also make money when someone upgrades to VIP. If you already have access to these services even then you can become a Yoonla member. They are not that strict as long as the services you already have are compatible with their program.

      Reply
  • October 15, 2017 at 11:25 am
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    Hi
    Thanks for this info. Can I withdraw my earnings from sign ups even if I choose not to upgrade to Vip?

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    • Saad
      October 15, 2017 at 10:41 pm
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      Yes, you can being a VIP member in Yoonla means that you will have access to digital products and exclusive training and other groups and forums.

      Reply
  • October 15, 2017 at 7:11 pm
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    I have a few questions.
    if i have a already domain and hosting account then can i set up it personally?
    or do i have to pay?

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    • Saad
      October 16, 2017 at 12:13 am
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      Hi Dennis,

      If you already have a domain and hosting even then you can join Yoonla. However, becoming VIP to gain access to the exclusive training and forums does not have anything to do with already having a domain and web hosting.
      You will need to pay to become VIP even if you already have both of them.

      I hope that clears the confusion.

      Thanks.

      Reply
  • October 16, 2017 at 4:49 pm
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    Hi, Thanks for the write up.
    I however have some questions.
    Please after one has paid all the said amount, are we still required to pay for the set up of the site or will it be done for free.
    If we are required to pay for the site set up, please how much will it cost.
    If one prefers to set up the site personally, how easy would it be.
    Thanks.

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    • Saad
      October 16, 2017 at 6:56 pm
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      Team Yoonla will take care of all the setup. All you’d need to do is provide your password and user id.

      However, there are certain integrations that you will need to do yourself. Like integrating email auto-responder with Yoonla so that your subscription list keeps growing when someone joins Yoonla using your link.

      But don’t worry, being VIP, you will have access to exclusive training materials which will guide you through this whole process.

      Moreover, you cannot set up the system yourself. The reason being that Yoonla will setup your website with their own digital products. Of course, the digital product is something exclusive to them and does not matter how good you’re in IT, you will need their digital products to promote.

      For e.g. here is one of the page that Yoonla set up for me:
      http://www.marketingwithsaad.com/go/twitter_marketing/

      It’s an incentive for the my subscribers to give me their email addresses should they need to download the twitter marketing guide. Once I have the email address, I can promote other products as well to the potential subscribers hence benefiting more than once with the email addresses.

      I hope that answers the question.

      Reply
  • October 21, 2017 at 1:40 pm
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    Thansks a lot for this review.
    I will signup soon.
    I was looking for a review about Yoonla

    Reply
  • October 23, 2017 at 12:09 am
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    hello.. thanks for the info.. but can i ask? how much can we earn monthly? or how much do you earn monthly? any tips on how to get a lot of email address?

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    • Saad
      October 23, 2017 at 9:30 am
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      Hi Tinx,

      I’ve been promoting Yoonla since the last 4 months. And by promoting I mean just this one blog post on this blog. Till today, I’ve earned slightly more than 500 USD. That’s Yoonla income pure on auto-pilot. 🙂

      Keep in mind that I’m not putting value to the hundreds of email subscribers that I gained through this program.

      I hope that answers your question.

      Thank you.

      Reply
  • October 24, 2017 at 1:00 am
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    Hi all
    I want just to let you know that it is just a scam I applied and got the hosting (89 $) and the Getresponse account (15$) and everything else but they forced me to apply for VIP first to get the affiliate link to get CPA and this VIP I could not find any sign up for it, because the site is not working that’s why I lost my money and did not get any close to the earning
    I tried also to get in touch with Reno but it is all automatized emails from the system so only VIP gets to him as it said so no body to help you ( simply shit)

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    • Saad
      October 24, 2017 at 9:36 am
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      Hi Emad,

      So sorry to hear about your mishap. But when you applied for the hosting, this means that you’re eligible for VIP. Right?

      If they’re not providing you with the affiliate link access then they must’ve changed the policy recently.

      BTW when you said site is not working what do you mean by that?

      And I can understand your agony. People get agitated if things don’t work out as expected. But passing a verdict that something is scam is uncalled for. Need to contact them constantly and make things work out for yourself.

      Who is your referrer? Is it me? If yes, then let me know your email address, I’ll try to contact with Yoonla’s admin.

      If there’s someone else, request him to put up your case in the VIP forums.

      Thank you.

      Reply
  • October 25, 2017 at 6:29 am
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    Hello,

    Can I use bit.ly link shortener with my Yoonla affiliate link? Any, info will be greatly appreciated.

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    • Saad
      October 25, 2017 at 9:53 am
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      Hi Ann,

      Yes, you can.

      BTW, the best way to confirm is that you try it out yourself.

      Shorten your Yoonla Affiliate link, and then try to log on to Yoonla using your affiliate link.

      After that, check out the reports in Yoonla Back Office.

      If it is tracking the click then it’s alright to use it.

      I hope that helps.

      Reply
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  • October 25, 2017 at 2:32 pm
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    I’m from Nigeria
    Am I eligible for the business, if yes PayPal is not working in Nigeria what other means can I get my payment through or can I use another persons PayPal account from another country

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    • Saad
      October 25, 2017 at 2:35 pm
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      Hi Solomon,

      You’re eligible and can definitely join Yoonla but they’re not currently paying out other than Paypal. So you have two options.

      1. Wait for other payment options. Just like me. I’ve contacted their team and they said that they have plans of incorporating other payment options as well.

      2. Seek some ways to open Paypal account. Probably of your friend living abroad etc.

      Currently, this is what you can do.

      Thank you.

      Reply
  • October 28, 2017 at 12:50 pm
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    Hi I am from india can i get commission from yoonla
    i dont have credit card can i register.

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    • Saad
      October 28, 2017 at 2:36 pm
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      Hi Graphic Dude,

      Well, you gotta pay somehow to become a Yoonla VIP member. BTW you can get commissions from Yoonla even if you live in India.

      Thanks.

      Reply
  • October 29, 2017 at 1:55 am
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    This review is not a review of what yoonla does. Like what does yoonla actually sell?

    This review simply says to spend money setting up a website and conning people to sign up to yoonla to get a comission for them signing up and them being gullible enough to pay money to become a VIP member.

    No wonder there are so many stories of money making scams on the internet. The people who set this up should be ashamed for just taking advantage of people.

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    • Saad
      November 16, 2017 at 11:20 am
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      Hi Judelyn,

      I believe you can.

      Thanks for asking though.

      Reply
  • November 15, 2017 at 10:26 pm
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    i am not satisfied this yoonla CPA ,this is no commission for nigerian and some african countries. thats very bad. i want to belong here and i only have 15 dollars

    Reply
    • Saad
      November 16, 2017 at 11:21 am
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      Hi Arinzechukwu,

      You can still promote Yoonla CPA in countries from where you can earn commissions.

      Thanks.

      Reply

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