Turn Your Blog To Your Cash Cow Through Compassionate Capitalism Advocacy

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Have you had your blog, news site, or information dissemination site for a while and grown followers across Africa? The same followers or audience who listened to what your articles, stories, and videos have to say about them and their societies for a very long time. So, how do you turn these followers into a serious cash cow, especially when Google Ad revenue is low due to low interests from advertisers? Also, how do you make these followers become part of an economic revolution that blesses them economically?

Well, we are happy to introduce the Black Wall Street External Media Opportunity. It is a platform that allows you to expose investment through product purchase programs from the Black Wall Street to your followers and never lack money ever again. The External Media Opportunity entails the promotion of UPAP and the Franchise UPAP series.

Now you can introduce to your followers a way for them to escape poverty using their regular buying decisions through the Compassionate Capitalism Revolution.

How Does It Work For You?

  • Create your free account by completing the form below and get a link to your external media dashboard on the BWS platform.
  • We assign you a dedicated Account Manager to work with you on every aspect of the opportunity.
  • You publish articles with links on your blogs, news sites or information dissemination sites and boost them with the initial $30 boosting capital from the Black Wall Street.
  • Receive $10 boosting refund per conversion from the published article on your blog or news site.
  • Receive commissions per conversion of UPAP and Franchise UPAP series through the client’s payment plan.
  • Withdraw the money from your dashboard on the BWS platform to solve financial problems and meet family needs.
  • Use investment returns video testimonials coming from your followers to boost your profile and increase your earnings.
  • Gain enough investment points and become a Franchised Business Operations Owner earning $10,000 per month from each franchise you own in your BWS portfolio.

To learn more about the Black Wall Street revolution, watch this Video 1 and Video 2 on how consumers are blessed to kick poverty out of their lives and Africa.

So don’t wait to create your free account today. Let your Account Manager help you get started in turning your social media page, blogs, news site, or information site into a Cash Cow today!

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