SuperAdShare Review: VIP matrix recruitment commissions
There’s no explicit information on the SuperAdShare website identifying the owner of the company.
If you hover your mouse over the Skype admin contact button on the footer of the website though, the Skype username “knelson3872” comes up.
This corresponds with a “testimonial” provided by Keith Nelson, who appears to be the SuperAdShare admin.
Why Nelson is providing a testimonial for his own opportunity that hasn’t even launched yet, is unclear.
Buried between a sea of religious podcast tweets on his Twitter profile, is a recent referral link for AdsPayPro.
AdsPayPro was a Ponzi scheme launched late last year. Affiliates invested $50 on the promise of an advertised $60 ROI, paid out of subsequently invested funds.
AdsPayPro collapsed last month, likely prompting Nelson to launch SuperAdShare.
Read on for a full review of the SuperAdShare MLM opportunity.
The SuperAdShare Product Line
SuperAdShare has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market SuperAdShare affiliate membership itself.
Once signed up, SuperAdShare affiliates are able to purchase matrix positions to participate in the attached MLM opportunity.
Bundled with each matrix position are a series of advertising credits, which can be used to display advertising on the SuperAdShare website.
The SuperAdShare Compensation Plan
The SuperAdShare compensation plan sees affiliates purchase positions in a six-tier matrix cycler.
SuperAdShare use a 2×2 matrix size in their cycler, with positions costing 50 cents to $16.
A 2×2 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with two positions directly under them:
These initial two positions form the first level of the matrix, with the second level generated by splitting each of the first two positions into another two positions each.
A complete 2×2 matrix houses six positions, with positions filled via position purchases by new and existing SuperAdShare affiliates.
Commissions are paid out when a 2×2 matrix is filled, with how much of a commission paid out determined by what matrix tier a position is cycling out of:
- Bronze (positions cost $15) – pays 50 cents for filling the first level and $1 for filling the second, pays an additional $15 when the matrix is full and cycles into a new Silver matrix
- Silver – pays $1 for filling the first level and $2 for filling the second, pays an additional $50 when the matrix is full and cycles into a new Gold matrix
- Gold – pays $2 for filling the first level and $4 for filling the second, pays an additional $100 when the matrix is full and cycles into a new Platinum matrix
- Platinum – pays $4 for filling the first level and $8 for filling the second, pays an additional $200 when the matrix is full and cycles into a new Diamond matrix
- Diamond – pays $8 for filling the first level and $16 for filling the second, pays an additional $400 when the matrix is full and cycles into a new Titanium matrix
- Titanium – pays $16 for filling the first level and $32 for filling the second and pays an additional $800 when the matrix is full
The following referral commissions are paid out when personally recruited affiliates fill up any one of the six SuperAdShare matrix tiers:
- Bronze – $5 referral commission
- Silver – $10 referral commission
- Gold – $15 referral commission
- Platinum – $20 referral commission
- Diamond – $25 referral commission
- Titanium – $30 referral commission
VIP Matrix Commissions
If a SuperAdShare affiliate pays $29.97 they are given VIP affiliate status.
VIP affiliates are given a position in a 3×10 matrix.
A 3×10 matrix is structured in a similar manner to a 2×2 matrix, except that it begins with three positions on the first level and extends down ten levels (88,572 positions).
Commissions are paid out as positions in the matrix are filled, with positions filled via direct and indirect recruitment of new VIP affiliates:
- level 1 (3 positions) – $1.50 per VIP affiliate recruited
- level 2 (9 positions) – $1.25 per VIP affiliate recruited
- level 3 (27 positions) – $1 per VIP affiliate recruited
- level 4 (81 positions) – 75 cents per VIP affiliate recruited
- level 5 (243 positions) – 50 cents per VIP affiliate recruited
- level 6 (729 positions) – 25 cents per VIP affiliate recruited
- level 7 (2183 positions) – 20 cents per VIP affiliate recruited
- level 8 (6561 positions) – 15 cents per VIP affiliate recruited
- level 9 (19,683 positions) – 10 cents per VIP affiliate recruited
- level 10 (59,049 positions) – 5 cents per VIP affiliate recruited
VIP affiliates also receive “quartetly (sic) revenue share bonuses”, however no specific information is provided.
Affiliate membership with SuperAdShare is tied to the purchase of at least one $15 matrix position.
Optional VIP membership is $29.97 and provides greater income earning potential.
Under the well-trod guise of selling advertising, SuperAdShare offers up a typical matrix cycler Ponzi.
Affiliates buy in for $15 with an eventual ROI of $1659.50, paid out of subsequently invested funds.
Discounting the non-linear nature by which matrices are filled, a single $1659.50 ROI requires at least 111 position purchases.
Upon consideration of how a matrix fills and referral commissions paid out, this figure is actually higher.
What this means for you as a SuperAdShare affiliate is that Keith Nelson and some early adopters are likely the only affiliates who will make money.
Your later purchases matrix positions will only cycle through the first few tiers (if that), funneling the majority of funds into Nelson’s pre-loaded positions.
Of note is a Ponzi scheme by the same SuperAdShare name launched in August, 2013.
The 2013 incarnation of the scheme promised to be “sustainable”, with affiliates investing $15 on the promise of an advertised 130-135% ROI.
Less than a month later the scheme collapsed, with the majority of affiliates losing money.
As far as I can tell the 2016 and 2013 versions of SuperAdShare are unrelated and run by different people.
Both schemes however did use the same “superadshare.com” website domain. Make of that what you will.