Interconnections

How the Pair Trees are Connected


  • PPEC Interconnections
  • Phases
  • Pool Points
  • Positioning Points
  • Everything Based on Performance

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Welcome to this short video on the PPEC Interconnections, including the pre-launch Phases.

Everyone visiting the PPEC Mall are Retail Customers of the Mall, and purchase directly from the Mall. Their date of entry can be important. As example, remember the doctor who joined the mall last.

Sharing Customers, take the time to register with the individual who invited them to the mall, and they receive the first level discount.

The red suspenders guy was the first to invite the next sharing customers, who then invited others.

Coupons are only paid between the customer buying the product and the customer who referred them.

The difference in rank between two customers determines the number of coupons the referring customer receives. If they are the same rank or higher than the referrer, no coupons will be awarded.

The Ranks are; Retail Customers which pays full price, Sharing Customers who have invited others and receive the first level discount, Premium Customers who have paid the one-time Premium Fee of $100, or purchased a qualifying product qualifying them to receive the second level discount, and finally the Loyalty Customers, who have participated in a special Loyalty Product purchase such as the Phase One eBook, will receive the best discounts.

Phase One notice.

Points always take priority for positioning.

There are 2 bonus points for Phase Two plus 5 more bonus Points for Phase Three for a total of 7 points.

You receive one point for each 2 children and 4 grandchildren combination. The grandchildren can all be from one child.

The date and time of the Phase One Equity Point Qualification breaks ties. Determined at the time you buy the eBook AND step up.

Your position by referral has NO effect on positioning. Your position is based on YOUR performance.

This slide is an example of the PPEC Phase One connections.

The customers joined the mall left to right by time, but the number above them represents the date priority when they purchase the Phase One eBook advertising. They still have their same mall referrer which is called their Parent.

Pay attention to the doctor on the far right who was the last to join as a customer but the third one to purchase the Phase One eBook. Also pay particular attention to the girl to the right of the red suspenders guy. She was the ninth person to purchase the Phase One eBook.

Assume the number below them represents the points for the number of children and grandchildren (one point for each 2 – 4 combination). Notice the girl with the 9 over her head is the ONLY one qualifying by performance with two children and four grandchildren giving her one point.

The second number represents the bonus points for entering Phase Two and or Phase Three during pre-launch. There were five buying the Phase Two eBook, earning an extra two points, and only the doctor received full points for buying all eBooks in Phase One, Two and Three for seven points.

The third number will be the total points for positioning in Phase One. The girl jumped to second place because of performance.

The last number represents their priority in the Pair Tree, comparing points and qualify date. Ties with the same score are broken by the number above their head when they bought the eBook. Therefore, the doctor is the first in the Pair Tree.

This slide, shows the doctor starts as the head of the Pair Tree.

The girl who outperformed the others is placed second.

The next person who purchased the Phase Two eBook first, receives the next available position, under the doctor. Remember there are only two positions under anyone.

The next position is the first position available on the second row of the doctor, and from this point on, it will fill left to right, top to bottom, equal distribution, until all qualified customers are placed.

This slide is an example of the PPEC Phase Two connections.

Now, the number above them... represents the date priority when they purchase the Phase Two eBook advertising, which will be different. They are connected to the same mall Parent for Secondary Equity Points.

Assume the number below them represents the points for the number of children and grandchildren (one point for each 2 – 4 combination). Notice, the girl missed her performance bonus in Phase Two.

The second number represents the bonus points during pre-launch.

The third number is the total points for positioning in Phase Two.

The last number represents their priority in the Pair Tree, comparing points and qualifying date. The doctor is still number one by points. The guy in the red suspenders is the second guy because he purchased the Second Phase eBook first.

This slide shows the doctor still starts as the ahead of the Pair Tree because of points.

The others are placed in this Pair Tree left to right, top to bottom, equal distribution, based on the date of purchasing the second Phase eBook advertising.

This slide is an example of the PPEC Phase Three connections.

The number above the doctor... represents the date priority when he purchased the Phase Three eBook advertising. The doctor is connected to the same mall Parent (brown shirt with glasses) for Secondary Equity Points.

The number below the doctor is 0 because he has no children and grandchildren.

The second number represents the 7 bonus points for purchasing advertising in Phase Two and Phase Three during prelaunch.

The third number is the total points for positioning in Phase Three.

The last number represents his priority in the Pair Tree, and of course he is the only one in this example.

This slide is an example of the Phase Three Pair Tree.

Because there was only one individual who purchased the Phase Three eBook advertising in this example, the doctor is the only one here.

It might look a little lonely from the top, but it is worth it to be here in the long run. Anyone purchasing the Phase Three eBook could end up under this position. Also it really helped to order all three eBooks for positioning in Phase One and Phase Two.

The First, Phase Three Project runs forever because people need to know how new projects work and how to find the company stocks. This means the doctor will get all the other customers who purchase the Phase Three eBook under him. (Please note: This presentation is a simplified version because there are two positions from the company.)

Prelaunch Summary

  • There is a significant advantage in points purchasing all three phase advertising
  • Performance can be very significant for positioning
  • Your date and time entering can be different in all phases

Pre-launch strategy

  • Qualify as soon as possible by stepping up the first floor
  • Qualify all three phases as soon as possible
  • Invite many qualified children, who also invite qualified children

After pre-launch

  • Qualify as soon as possible by stepping up
  • Qualify all three phases as soon as possible
  • Invite many qualified children, who also invite qualified children
  • You are placed by date and time, next available position in the pair tree by equal distribution, under the first Parent or ancestor qualified in the Pair Tree

This slide shows an example of placement after pre-launch using the end of Phase One.

Suppose Tom wants to sponsor Jane. She will go in the next available position under Tom.

Now suppose Linda wants to sponsor Karen.

The computer will search the first Ancestor, starting at the Parent who is qualified, and in this case, it is Linda. The computer will then search down the Pair Tree until it finds the next position for Karen.

The computer will keep the customers on each level as equal as possible.

This slide has some very important Pair Tree Facts

  • Every Pair Tree is Unique.
  • Positioning in the Pair Tree Depends on Performance.
    • Each 2 Children plus 4 Grandchildren = 1 Point
    • There is a 2 Bonus Points for Qualifying Phase 2 (Qualifying means purchasing the eBook advertising.)
    • There are 5 Extra Bonus Points for Qualifying the Phase 3 First Project
    • Additional Projects have no Bonus Points for Qualifying
    • Ties are always broken by Date and Time Qualifying for each Pair Tree
  • There is NO COST to enter a Pair Tree. You can only enter the Pair Tree, if you purchase the eBook advertising AND use the Loyalty Coupon from the eBook.
  • You must be Qualified in Phase One before participating in Phase Two.
  • You must Qualify in Phase One and Two to participate in any Phase Three Project.
  • The first Two Phases and the first Phase Three Project will run indefinitely.

This slide shows some interesting Pair Tree Facts

The numbers are for example purposes and are mathematical potential equity points based on everyone in seven levels of your Pair Tree qualified up through Floor 7.

There are a total of 256 positions in a completely filled Pair Tree.

You do not have to refer ANY customers to potentially receive 55,296 points over time.

Each child or grandchild could create an additional 27,000+ equity points when they fill their Pair Tree with fully qualified equity point customers.

If everyone would purchase a $30 wholesale eBook ad and sell two $30 eBooks ads and teach everyone to sell just two $30 eBooks ads, the mathematical potential is 216,933 Equity Points.

This does not include almost one third of these Equity Points again, for each member, into the bonus pools, which anyone can qualify for with performance.

This slide should be a wakeup call for everyone.

This slide shows the mathematical potential of Equity Points if all your customers in your Pair Tree are seven floor qualified in all three phases by buying $470 of total advertising in the three phase eBooks.

Once again this does not include about one third of the points for EACH customer paid to the bonus pools for those who qualify.

Final Thoughts

How many years will you wait for your 256-member Pair Tree in the Three Phases to reach maximum Equity Points?

Do not wonder what happened. Make it happen!



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