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Markethive is a concept and vision

Markethive is a concept and a vision.

It isn’t designed to compete with or replace Facebook or LinkedIn. But when compared to Facebook’s culture Markethive’s support, security and privacy are superior. Unlike Facebook, Markethive put’s her members first by sharing the benefits of and revenues of Markethive’s growth and success with our members.

But Markethive is not just a social network. Our social network system is foundational to our system but that is where we part ways with the traditional social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, etc.

Markethive delivers an Inbound Marketing platform equal to or superior to Marketo and Hubspot. Do you know who they are and the tools they offer? They are email autoresponders, blogging platforms, landing pages, social Media broadcasting, Tracking analytics, SEO, back linking automation, messaging, ecommerce, and seo. The benefits of these systems is to “attract”, “convert”. “close” and “delight”. Building a large loyal long term customer base.

Inbound Marketing platforms charge high prices for these services. Even platforms that only offer vertical service like email charge high prices. For example with just email platforms with 5,000 subscribers:
 

  1. Aweber: $48/mo
  2. Mail Chimp: $10/mo
  3. iContacte: $118/mo
  4. Getresponse: $45/mo
     

Full service Inbound Marketing Platforms:
 

  1. Marketo: $3,195/mo
  2. Pardot: $4,000/mo
  3. Hubspot:  $3,200/mo
  4. Eloqua: $4,000/mo

 

Marketo sold to Adobe for $4.75 billion. That is how valuable our Inbound Marketing platform is. Along with commerce platforms called groups that are far more than just groups. They are integrated to the Markethive capture pages as the Markethive landing pages within the community of your Markethive, all part of the overall nurturing aspects of the system. They are designed to facilitate commerce in selling goods or services too.

Paid to learn is also made available to all members to have a clear path to learning the navigations of the system and the applications of applying Inbound Marketing to your goals. All of this, paid to learn, $3.500 per months’ worth of Inbound Marketing platform, 500 coins dropped on every new member, at the current rate of .13 ($65). Does this even compare to Facebook? Do we even waste our energy even discussing that old archaic backwards BOOMER social system?

Markethive is a digital media site, offering unique current articles into the Internet with a wide range of interests, as wide as our memberships. Markethive’s reach extends out to our social networks, our 3rd party news sites, our subscribers WordPress sites, gives Markethive customers, members and visitors unparalleled reach beyond the scope and imagination of any other platform.

This reach, content and growth of our subscribers, our content is the fuel that is driving our engines exponentially. As of this writing, our traffic has exceeded 65 million monthly impressions and over 435,000 unique daily visits. Each day this is increasing. Our social network followers total count is over 50,000 at this time and also growing exponentially.

Why? Engines

We need engines to drive our money machines. Money machines assigned to our members that have upgraded to our loyalty programs. One such money machine is called the BIX (Banner Impressions Exchange) an innovation where Marketihve’s impressions, a result of our traffic (engines), are assigned to a limited group in the (500 max Entrepreneur One loyalty program). This limited “franchise like” offer gives the member 1/500th share of the traffic to sell at market price; any or all of their impressions each month. For example as the numbers exist today, based on similar site impression prices (.01 per) $10/m with 75,000,000 monthly impressions divided by 500 gives you a monthly revenue of $1500 per month. When impressions can only be purchased from the 500 Entrepreneur Ones with an ever increasing members base these number will only improve. No one has ever done this before. We are first. We are giving our members our impressions to build a cottage business. This is only the beginning. We plan on rolling out many more money machines in the near future. Money Machines like:
 

  1. Press Releases
  2. Sponsored articles
  3. News Feed Boosts
  4. Video Ads
  5. Blogcasting
  6. Conference room advertising
  7. Pop Ups
  8. Article Email Notifications
     

The more we grow, the more we grow.

As we grow, revenues grow. Revenue pays you on your ILPs and funds more engineers and marketing for Markethive.  When you make more money, you have more resources to invest in further services, advertise and build your financial stability. Making you sound.

When we make money we build more services and promote Markethive in more places as we expand our territories. This increases our traffic we route to rotators to give the loyalty programs more signups, earning you more coins.

The entire system will eventually run exclusively on Markethive coins, producing a greater demand for the coin than there is supply. Services  in high demand from every company and entrepreneurs like Display Advertising, Press releases, Video ads, gamified product rewards, News Feed push, etc. Cointelegraph sells a press release to their from page for a few days for $10,000 just because of their traffic (Alexa Rank@ 2,172 which equals about 350 million impressions which would be about $4,200 per month for each Entrepreneur One upgrade member’s banner impressions alone.

Like I started out in the article, we are not even in the same orbit as Facebook, but way beyond anything they do. And no, we are not selling Markethive to them or anyone. I built Markethive for you and it is staying that way.

Now do you understand why Binance bought coinmarketcap.com for $400 million?  Why Adobe bought Marketo for $4.75 billion?

What are you waiting for?

Now a word from our founder

Attend our Sunday meetings, every Sunday at 10 am Mountain. See the link below

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Our meetings will take place in out Google Meets until we have our conference room ready.

Sincerely

Thomas Prendergast
Markethive.com
CEO

LinkedIn – To Open Network Or Not

As an avid LinkedIn user, and as a member of the LinkedIn Open Networkers group (aka LIONs), it is a question I see being asked on LinkedIn and at other social media platforms and services on a regular basis. I actually think that the answer is more varied than simply the two options of "open networking" or "closed networker," and your individual answer depends on you and your objectives in creating a LinkedIn profile.

linkedin training

LinkedIn system

The reason that the question exists to the extent it does, is that LinkedIn has created an online network which at its basic level is fundamentally different to any other Social Media network. LinkedIn positively discourages members to connect to those that they do not know and have not met. They even enforce the systematic structure by making supporting statements in both their terms and conditions as well as their User Guidelines. This is in stark contrast to the social side of others online networks which most will be more used to in the form of Facebook, where chatting and connecting to people who seem to be much like you is part of the whole ethos.

But, and here's the crucial difference: LinkedIn users have an average household income of over $140k, with 80% over $75k, the spammers would see an open network as list building shangri-la! Further, when 60% are senior executives and 90% are college educated, it would mean that any affiliate or direct sale would inevitably come with a high commission return.

LinkedIn market

Hence from a market trust view point, making it difficult to connect is ensuring just that: consistent, believable and hence trusted online networking. Further, that is what LinkedIn's target audience want. They are not used to the fast moving and Farmville-powered coffee corner that is Facebook. They want something more akin to a select and stable club, where one can mix with like minded people, and then be introduced by acquaintances when mutual needs which are mainly business orientated arise.

LinkedIn networking

So, what options are there between open networking and closed networking which can be adopted by LinkedIn users? Firstly, lets be clear here: there is no such thing as closed networking on any social network, including LinkedIn. If you choose to be wholly "closed" in your networking, then you wouldn't even have a LinkedIn profile, let alone connect to known friends whom you work with directly or meet with on a weekly basis. You choose to join a club or network and stay there because it gives you a professional marker post in a popular place, and opens up opportunity on both a personal, professional and business level.

But on the other hand, nor does truly open networking exist. If you were truly open, then you would accept every invite that any "profile" sent to you. The reason I mentioned those statistics about LinkedIn at the start of this piece, was because however difficult a systems designer makes connecting to others, those membership statics much like the challenge of stealing the British Royal Crown Jewels or the Mona Lisa from Paris will always attract ambitious opportunists.

While as a recruiter and CV writer I never encourage non-artiste job applicants to place a photo on their CV, in online networking one of the first signs of a spamming profile is the lack of profile image, or use of one that you may have seen once or twice before: its amazing how many photos of Rod Stewart, Bono and Sir Tom Jones are available! Then there are the names, most often three letters as that is the minimum LinkedIn will allow; or the incomplete profile records of both education and work history: one term at Harvard and a three months on Wall Street doesn't fool anyone!

So in reality, everyone is the same type of networker, but at different points along a line of how much trust they require to develop in others before they decide to offer to connect.

List of Social Networking Sites

This is a quick list of social networking sites, which can be used for traffic generation, or just getting your name out there for marketing and credibility.

Facebook – This was developed for the collegiate market and later expanded to professionals as these people graduated from college. The interface is clean and crisp, without a lot of extraneous stuff. It allows people to connect with others in their own network. It offers a profile and several ways to market yourself to your friends, although you are not allowed to spam marketing hype on your profile or elsewhere. It has many applications you can add to boost your profile or add marketing features to your profile.

LinkedIn – This social networking site has a far more business-like and professional flavor. It is noted for helping people network to find new jobs or business opportunities.

Squidoo – This site allows you to define your brand and even promote and market products. It is more of a marketer's social network and is based on the creation of lenses that are focal points of interest that you want to highlight about your personal expertise or your business.

Twitter – A social networking site with minute-by-minute updates, if that's what you like. It's unlike the other sites, but hugely popular, particularly for mobile phone updates.

By the way, do you want to add a LinkedIn coaching program to your business? If so, join me in Markethive and I will introduce you to someone who provides training. There is no cost to either of these. Good luck.

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Stephen Hodgkiss
Chief Engineer at MarketHive

markethive.com


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