The Customer Advantage Review

The Customer Advantage is pioneering a revolutionary new business concept.

One where everybody wins.



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The Customer Advantage

I look at The Customer Advantage as a marriage between social media and network marketing on steroids with the offspring being income.

The Customer Advantage has designed the company by picking and choosing the best component parts of available business models. The result is a hybrid that will change the way we do business.

20 years ago The Customer Advantage would not have been possible. For that matter 20 years ago neither would Google, Facebook or Groupon have been possible. Only through the advancement and acceptance of technology have these new breakthrough companies risen to their current pinnacles of accomplishment.

My husband has a favorite saying by Nobel Prize winning German physicist, Max Planck.

“Science advances one funeral at a time.”

Planck’s thought; a new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.

I believe Planck’s thoughts hold true for more than just science and are valid for other arenas as well. Revolutionary business concepts and for that matter new ideas in general have always been scorned and ridiculed either as unethical scams, questionable schemes or unnecessary ideas at best.

The most famous example was Dr Semmelweis, the doctor who “invented” hand washing to reduce the appalling rate of childbirth mortality in Vienna’s Doctor’s maternity ward. He gained immortality via the term “Semmelweis Reflex” a term which means the rejection of new knowledge because it contradicts established beliefs.

In the 1960’s there was even a move by congress to ban franchising, one of the most successful new business concepts to ever enter the realm of free enterprise.

Can you say Semmelweis Reflex?

I also have a favorite saying which I have seen attributed to 3 of the most famous industrial tycoons of all time; J. Paul Getty, Andrew Carnegie and John D, Rockefeller. I personally believe Rockefeller authored the quote:

“I would rather have 1 percent of 100 people’s efforts
than 100 percent of my own efforts.”

There is an old maxim I have heard forever too it goes like this,

“A little bit of something is better than all of nothing.”

And yes I have heard the arguments on both sides of the fence on this one and in certain examples I would not be, as usual, a proponent of the thought. I believe everything should be looked at on a case by case basis. And in this case the maxim holds true.

What does all this have to do with a

Review of The Customer Advantage?

Just this, historically new ideas have been demonized until they are at last applauded. Early adopters have always been the trail blazers and routinely criticized for their efforts. I think John Milanoski the founder of The Customer Advantage is a true visionary with a plan and a company that will revitalize small business, help the average consumer and support local communities.


The Customer Advantage Review


At the heart of The Customer Advantage is a powerful results based advertising concept. Their motto is everybody wins! This is one of those ideas whose time has finally come. Merchants can now channel previously ineffective advertising resources for concrete results in the form of paying customers. Consumers can choose to purchase vouchers for deeply discounted products and services all while reaping the reward for their word of mouth referrals. Those referrals will get them a 5% commission of any voucher purchased in their personal referral chain up to 5 levels deep.

Incentivizing consumers to do business is nothing new. Merchants always run sales. Rewarding consumers for their word of mouth free advertising with actual cash is a new twist. Especially when the cash is considerable and they don’t make the consumer jump through a million burning hoops to get that cash.

For example, last night I had the unpleasant job of getting a rebate for a USB broadband modem I recently purchased online. It was a great rebate as the modem was free after I filled out the form.

Now the vendor could have told me the right place to find the rebate form. That would have helped.

They also could have saved me 45 minutes on hold if they would have only included my account number on any of the multiple emails they sent me. I needed the account number for the rebate form. But I guess they like their customers so much they wanted them to enjoy the grinding repetitive nerve wracking hold music they were playing.

And they wanted some information that was listed on the rebate form as an ESN#. But on the product box they had helpfully called that same number an MEID DEC #. How was I to know this little mix up other than to call the support line again and listen to the hold music which was fast becoming my new favorite tune that I could not get out of my head with dynamite.

They also were so helpful that the ESN# number masquerading on the product label as the MEID DEC# was only 17 digits but there were 26 boxes on the form where I was to enter that number. That wasn’t confusing at all.

My point, companies routinely make it very difficult for consumers to claim any rebates or get rewards (think Green Stamps, black out dates… any number of annoying rewards programs). I truly believe the goal is to discourage consumers and get them so frustrated they just give up the silly notion of getting any rewards or rebates.

In this era of Enrons, bail outs and Bernie Madoffs with all the corporate looting that has taken place in the past few years I have to say finding a company like The Customer Advantage that is willing to share the wealth with the average consumer is remarkably refreshing.

To get the 5% commissions the consumer only has to sign up. It is quick, easy and “painless”. Simple even, 3 little steps; sign up, share an invitation to TCA with your friends and check your email box. If you see a great deal you really like you can grab it. No, you don’t have to get 50 friends together and convince them to have a group buying experience.

If you want it – get it.

If I could show you a way where you get paid when others buy 50% off discounted deals in their local markets would you be interested?

The next time someone buys a 50% off spa weekend, massage package, salon visit or some other local great deal would you like to be paid 5% of that purchase?

The Customer Advantage, a great new discount coupon company, is the next generation marriage between social networking and viral marketing and the offspring is income.

The Customer Advantage has improved on Groupon. (You know Groupon – the wildly successful discount coupon business, with an estimated value of 15 billion dollars after only 4 short years). The Customer Advantage is choosing to share the wealth with you and pay you 5% commissions for business that results from your personal referrals and 5 sharing levels down (Groupon does NOT share the wealth with you – sure you get a great deal but no cash).

TCA’s motto is “Everyone Wins!” The advertiser gets free advertising and new business. The buyer of the deal gets 50% off something they wanted. And the person who shared The Customer Advantage with the buyer gets a 5% commission on the sale. And they give you 5% on the people you share with and the people they share with…

5 sharing levels down.

This is unheard of in the industry.

In my opinion The Customer Advantage is a game changer. They will change the way we do business, revitalize US small business and their surrounding communities and pay those involved with sharing this company.

Hindsight is 20/20 but seeing true potential is rare.

Will you know the NEXT BIG THING when you see it?

The Customer Advantage is by invitation only (you know they have to track who signed up who so they can pay commissions) I am inviting you to sign up. It is free to sign up. There is zero risk and massive upside potential.

Please check out the following link. You can watch a short video with the Founder of the company. If you like what you see you can sign up. Also this company is in beta pre-launch (that means you are getting in early). Sign up now before the stampede starts. This will go viral soon.

What if this company is the next Google, Facebook or Groupon?

Can you afford to miss out?

You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. It will only take a few minutes to look at this and again it is free to sign up. Please check it out.

The Customer Advantage

If you like what you see please sign up today. Grab your share of the bounty already out there.

Someone will be paid a commission for each

great local deal voucher purchased.

It might as well be you!

I hope the information helps. Thanks for reading this. As always if you have questions or comments please post them below. I am happy to help and I will reply ASAP.

Pat Kemke
MPK Media, LLC

P.S. By invitation only. Please accept my invitation.

Free to sign up. Zero risk & massive upside potential. 
5% commissions paid 5 levels deep on 50% discounted
local coupon purchases by people you share with.
Ground floor opportunity. Please check this out and sign up today. 
I would hate to see you miss out on a good thing. Thanks.

The Customer Advantage

P.S.S. If you visit this link you can see the income potential of this business model for the average consumer and for those who would capitalize on this offer.

http://viralcalculator.com/

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