Perfect App: Wazzub to launch mobile app?
For those who came in late Wazzub were pretty much the “Rippln” of 2011 as far as hyped up MLM launches go.
With their own massively hyped launch campaign kicking off in late 2011 and extending into 2012, the basic idea behind Wazzub was to attach a “do-everything” search portal to a “profit-sharing” MLM compensation plan and hope for the best.
Not surprisingly Wazzub (or PerfectInternet… whatever they’re calling themselves now) flopped, with the company failing to generate any significant revenue and thus missing several self-imposed commssion deadlines after launch.
Over the past year or so the company has however continued to string those along who still believe in the failed concept, marketing everything from lotteries, ebooks and online games to them. I even saw some marketing material for some “global talent show” a few months back. I think the idea was for Wazzub affiliates to enter and if they won, win a prize.
Yes, that’s how weird the Wazzub MLM opportunity has become.
Perhaps realising that talent shows, ebooks and lotteries an MLM business opportunity makes not, Wazzub now appear to be gearing up to launch into the mobile app market.
Branding their app “Perfect App” (no chance of under-delivering there…), Wazzub recently put up a splash page for Perfect App on their PerfectInternet website domain:
Details on the app are at this point are sketchy, with Wazzub only disclosing that the app ‘will be released Oct 1, 2013‘.
The age of the mobile Internet has just begun. Imagine a business – global, free and unlimited. 5 Billion people on this planet own a mobile phone and 5 Billion people would love to earn money simply by using their phone.
The solution is simple – right now, while you are reading this text, a group of experts is developing the PERFECT APP!
Whenever a person, no matter where or when, is using this FREE app he/she will earn money. Whenever a person, invited by you, is using the PERFECT APP you will earn money too.
Given the existance of Wazzub’s PerfectInternet search portal and reading between the lines, if I didn’t know any better I’d say the Wazzub app is simply going to be a mobile extension of the PerfectInternet search portal.
Compensation wise it appears to be a 5 level deep unilevel style plan, with commissions being generated via user interaction with the app.
A somewhat creepy genie features on the Perfect App website, offering predictions of how many affiliates you need to recruit in order to reach specified commission targets you enter onto the page:
I punched in a modest $1000 a month and Wazzub’s creepy genie informed that I’d need to recruit ‘at least 7 free members who do the same 5 generations deep‘. That is to say I recruit 7 affiliates who recruit 7 affiliates each who recruit 7 affiliates each etc., etc.
Meanwhile down the bottom of the creepy genie page Wazzub inform me that
As in real life, you never know if a fortune-teller is telling the truth.
So uh… you want me to sign up for Perfect App and start recruiting new affiliates based on the idea that’s all I need to do to earn $1000 a month – but to keep in mind that you also might be lying about it.
Man I can’t believe this guy is serious…
That is only a mathematical prediction what amount you’ll be receieving if this ’7×7′ network comes into reallity. Of course, it is only a model, an example and no one can guarantee you if you’re going to make 5×5, 7×7 or 10×10 system.
I sugest you in the future to be more objective about the opportunities.
We’re not analysing hypothetical ideas here. This is the third time Wazzub’s organizers are trying similar methods to recruit people.
“Being objective” should preferrably reflect the reality rather than hypothetical ideas, don’t you agree? So he IS actually very objective when he raises doubts about how able they will be to deliver any results.
* Internet Tester failed to deliver in 2011
* Wazzub failed to deliver in 2012
* Perfect App … in 2013
But they have adjusted the prospected earnings from $1 per member down to $0.06 per member, so this time they CAN actually have a chance to deliver something, hypothetically speaking.
Ok, but his doubts should not be insultings..
Every startup company is established on specullation, even todays google, yahoo,facebok etc. were once doubtfull and some people were bashing bullshit about them, but it takes time to develop a business especially when a new ideas and technology come into play.
So, ALL We can do is sit and wait what will happen with inovative companies like Wazzub/Perfect Internet
I really dont approve when someone is judging something without knowing whats behind the scene.
ALSO, if 4000 global alexa rang and 300,000 unique daily users is a failure, THEN I dont know what actually Success is.
That doesn’t tell us much about how profiable it is, or how able it will be to support payouts to the members?
BTW, which website are you actually talking about here? Perfectinter.net or another website? Wazzub migrated to perfectinter.net in early 2012. We followed it for a few months to see if it was able to pay the members, but then we lost interest completely.
Success is typically defined to be about “achieving goals”. For most people that will be about financial goals, but it might as well be about any type of goal. But it should normally be about something of importance for the person himself or herself, something worth spending “resources” on to achieve.
I don’t exactly see how an Alexa pagerank will fit into that model, other than it will potentially have some emotional effect on some people.
What’s your definition of success? Eyeballs, or $$$ in your pocket?
I believe you can earn “DealPoints” or something, as a reward for specific types of activity on the website. Someone mentioned something like that while we still waited for Wazzub’s first payout.
7×5 matrix =19,607 members (7+49+343+2041+16807)
$1,000 * 5 levels deep = $5,000 = $0.25 per member
That doesn’t exactly sound unrealistic. They may be able to pay members this time, 5 cents per member per month.
What “new ideas and technology” are Wazzub deploying?
Advertising based social network? Fail.
Advertising based search portal? Fail.
Advertising based mobile app? Predicted fail.
Infact a major contributing factor to Wazzub continuing to flop was a complete lack of new ideas. They tried what had been countless times before and failed.
Oz, You and all of you here know nothing, I MEAN NOTHING AT ALL about Perfect Internet concept!
-Wazzub was never, nor meant to be ‘Advertising based social network’
-Neither ‘Advertising based search portal’
-Are you a fortune teller or something? Go and see 4 yourself how every second somebody somewhere is enrolling into Perfect App (370,000+ so far)
Go bashing other businesses, morons!
Then exactly WHAT was it meant to be? A new type of “Social Community” where people can spend their time waiting for their first payouts?
A script is adding a new member 1 – 3 times per minute, all having the same type of registrations:
… and so on and so forth. They are not members, they are spam victims.
If they had more than 300,000 members, this thread would have been drowned in comments from “true believers” claiming that we haven’t understood the business model, and that PerfectApp eventually will eradicate poverty and discover intelligent life in the Universe.
It took one whole MONTH before anyone posted a comment like that.
Sigh. It’s always amusing when affiliates ignore history and catalogued analysis over the years.
Wazzub was originally a few things, one of which was a social network. I think it was then that they settled on a search portal. All supposedly powered by advertising and going to make everyone bajillionaires.
At one point they were even guaranteeing monthly commissions per affiliates recruited.
That of course fell flat and here we are two years later with more promises. You don’t need to be a fortune teller to see this is just a reapplication of the same model to a new service. An attempt to cash in on a trend if you will.
Bottom line is that I’m still not seeing a viable business model there. Mobile app + affiliates = meh.
I know you might have just joined yesterday and have dollar signs in your eyes but put the glass of kool-aid down and do some reading.
I’ve kept tabs on Wazzub since PerfectInternet launched and have watched them beg people to spend money through their ebook/gambling/game third-party affiliate offers for the better part of two years. Just so people can make a few cents every month too, if that.
“Fail” is being generous here considering the hype BS machine Wazzub pre-launched with.
Who said 300,000 members? Those are users-unique users like me who liked the Success sharing model.
Im using the site daily and I love it!
The social community is ad-free, the payouts will be coming from the madvertising ad platform which was launched yesterday, I was on that webinar an liked this new triple target inovative technology. Im in advertising almost 10 years and I can tell Ive never seen something closer than that! yes, even google doesnt have it.
This thread doesnt have other members coments because your site/blog is barelly known not to mention your 43,000+ alexa rank…I came across accidentally.
No one ever claimed that PerfectApp will eradicate poverty,but it’ll make many financially independed people who understood this once in a lifetime opp! No,You are not among those people… and they don’t need to discover intelligent life in the Universe because there are already over 7 million other civilisations out there..for your information.
Go educate yourself, dont blame yourself publicly!
Yeah no worries champ.
See you in 6 months when things are exactly the same as they are now.
…and this is the mindset you need to be in if you believe that Wazzub’s latest venture is ever going to take off.
Maybe Wazzub can bring together these 7 million civilizations in some sort of intergalactic financial orgy. Good luck with that.
This mindset can tell u to fuckoff and shut up until those 6 months!
And yours I think, I doubt mindset can only be jealous and can only watch others how it is done.
You did, 370,000+.
Do you understand what the Alexa pagerank is about? It shows that perfectinter.net attracts almost zero people from the outside world, but has a lot of users logging in (probably several times per day) to earn some “points”.
The number of visitors coming in from the internet is less than 1%. It also shows that the number of users have decreased = fewer users, but spending more time on the site to keep it alive (while they’re waiting for their first payout in 2016 or so).
This website will normally reflect how interested people are in a program (both positive and negative interest). Check a few of the other articles? ZeekRewards had over 6,000 comments. Wazzub probably had 400 comments or so.
Perfect App had zero comments in one MONTH, until you popped up. And we have no intentions of rewarding people with “DealPoints” to increase the number of comments artificially.
And what about Perfect App? “No, that’s not an ad, it’s a signup page for an app!” 🙂
I tried, by asking you about Wazzub. It didn’t work very well. You finally had your chance to tell the World about Wazzub’s true intentions when it was released, but you didn’t grab the chance.
This thread shows up as number 4 in search results for “Perfect App Wazzub”.
This website is holding the position over Wazzub itself / perfectinter.net itself in the search list for that combination of keywords, 3 positions over the prelaunch for Perfect App.
That was the first combination I tried.
It shows you that Alexa pagerank doesn’t mean much in itself, you’ll need to have a mixed type of users before you can see any effect in search results.
Google will actually “punish” websites if they do too much to “manipulate” their own search results, e.g. an exaggerated number of sites linking in, other exaggerated methods.
You insults are uncalled for. Oz was simply examining the business model and it’s clearly lacking. No one personally insulted you. All they did was point out the flaws of this wazzub relaunch, and the flaws are absolutely massive.
A point not fully touched upon in all of this is that they expect you to recruit 7 people, for them to recruit 7 people, and somehow then take this 5 generations deep. Put your emotions aside and think about this.
Follow along with me and lets do the math.
Lets start by ignoring the fact that the average person isn’t even going to be able to recruit 3 people and would have great difficulty with getting 7.
We know this, because in MLM/Network Marketing, newbie attrition rates are very high. Lets also ignore where the money is supposed to come from, since revenue share doesn’t work, and even ad revenues of $100,000 a month wouldn’t support payouts for thousands of affiliates.
Do you even realize that making 1000 dollars a MONTH requires the recruitment of 16807 people into the scheme? Who in turn have to also recruit 7 people, 5 layers deep to make their $1000 a month?
You recruit 7 people.
7 participants in your direct downline.
They recruit 7 people.
They all recruit 7.
They recruit as well.
At this point, you’d reach your $1000 bucks a month goal. But lets take this further and assume your level 2, 3, 4 and 5 downlines wanted to do exactly what you did. How big would Wazzub grow?
Remember, each of these people needs to recruit 7 people, who do the same, 5 levels deep. So each of them would also keep recruiting. Lets not pretend that $1000 a month is a lot of money. Everyone would want more, so they’d keep recruiting as well.
117,649 participants. Big jump in people, huh? Lets keep going.
823,543 participants. Remember, all of these people need to make money. So they have to recruit.
576,480,1 participants. Your direct downline has grown over 5 million, and is nearly at 6 million. How much larger would it get if everyone kept recruiting?
403,536,07 participants in your downline. That’s forty million three hundred fifty-three thousand six hundred seven people! Just for fun, lets assume this kept going. It wouldn’t realistically, because pyramid schemes often collapse way before they reach this level.
282,475,249 participants. And again? The business model requires each of these new people who haven’t reached 5 levels yet to keep recruiting to make a living wage. This is their job, after all.
197,732,674,3 participants. The US population is only 216,342,317! In just your downline alone, you now have more people that the entirety of the USA.
One more generation is 138,412,872,01. That’s thirteen billion, eight hundred forty-one million, two hundred eighty-seven thousand, two hundred and one. The total world population is 7,164,700,152. It only took 12 generations to exceed the population of the planet.
Now lets do another set of calculations. Average minimum wage in the USA is around 8 bucks an hour. If you work 8 hours a day, that’s 64 bucks a day. If you work 5 days a week that’s $320, and if you work for 4 weeks (a month) then you end up with $1280.
They’re asking you to recruit 16807 people to make less than minimum wage, and they haven’t even shown that they have the ability to PAY YOU yet!
Does this seem like a profitable and sustainable business to you? Each of these recruits is going to cost you time, money and energy…and you still have no clue if Wazzub can actually deliver on their promises!
In this galaxy there’s a mathematical probability of three million Earth-type planets. And in the universe, three million million galaxies like this. And in all that, and perhaps more…only one of each of us.
Excuse me… Excuse me. I’d just like to ask a question… What does God need with a starship?
OUTSTANDING POST!! “Best of….”
We already gave Wazzub 18 months. Duh!
Yep, the “sour grapes” accusation, very often used bad argument. Used by members of EVERY suspicious scheme that I’ve seen, from TVI Express to Zeek Rewards.
It compared itself to Google and Facebook, and it *did* incorproate Starpage.com search / blinkx video search AND DZOICs social network script.
Did you forget the Wazzub claim that Facebook was afraid of them, after they were banned for spamming?
Don’t say never when it did happen.
Shark, Revenue share works with google adsense why not with them too?
I see your point, but lets assume they have 40.353,607 app users and 100 Million in profits, devided by 100 users from member on average equals $2.47
100 Million/100 users=2.47
100 members X $2.47 = $247 per month
Is this real or not ask the big dogs, the top 20 internet companies
I have invited 185 by far and there are members with 1000 and more users who registered for the free app.
sorry Shark, Ive missed 100 Million / 40.353,607 = 2,47
So, if you have 1000 users in your network,you get $2,470 per month. That’s matematic proof.
Don’t be an idiot.
1) They won’t share all the revenue with you. At best, 50%
2) You’re not getting all of your downline’s share. You’re getting a TINY BIT of it. Like 5-10% at best.
3) Judging by how Wazzub’s doing (they spent a YEAR and they made $4000 in a month) 100 mil is a pipe dream, nothing more.
Your “mathematical proof” is merely “wishful thiking”.
Google themselves have a proprietary search engine they whack Adsense onto. Additionally their publisher network relies on unique valuable content to generate revenue when partnered with Adsense.
Wazzub (and every other “social” MLM before it) fail because they bring nothing new to the table. Signing up to a bunch of affiliate offers, loading up a bunch of existing scripts and whacking ads onto it does not a successful business opportunity make.
Nor does copy/pasting someone elses mobile app and slapping a Wazzub logo onto it.
We of course have pointed this out since day 1 of Wazzub but you’re obviously new so the shine hasn’t worn off yet.
Sounds familiar. Oh wait, it’s basically what Wazzub promised in pre-launch and then backflipped on.
Where is that money going to come from? If it’s from those that signed up then you’re looking at a pyramid scheme. We’ve already been down this road before with Wazzub.
They promise you a commission per member, realise this would make them a pyramid scheme, backflip just before or after launch and then pay everyone a few cents each month from advertising revenue.
Let’s not forget, these are the same guys who projected 10 million people would be using PerfectInternet within a year after launch.
It’s literally history repeating itself, complete with suckers falling for it again.
The “Fortune teller” operated with quite other figures, $1000 per month with 19,607 people in downline, 5 cents per member 5 levels deep. 1000 members in downline will pay $50 per month.
I believe you should look at the Wazzub review here, the last comments there.
You should also try to google …
“Website tester site:moneymakergroup.com”
Here’s a disabled link to the last page in that thread:
Disabled link is because I don’t think many people will be interested in it. Just copy the link and paste it into the URL address field in your browser.