Way back in the a dimly lit corner of my brain, I’m sure I’ve stored away a few memories of that precious moment, my third birthday, but alas nothing drifts up to give me a picture of the event. I’m sure however that as I blew out the candles on my deep rich double chocolate birthday cake I was looking forward to the day I would also be able to celebrate the third birthday of something equally significant in my life, and that of course is Click Track Profit.
Three is young yet in those few sweet years of life, Click Track Profit made major impacts in many of the owners and affiliate marketers you see as leaders in our community today. In fact, CTP changed the Traffic Exchange industry dramatically. From the introduction of gamification (my dictionary doesn’t like the word, but what the heck) and the use of badges to tease and reward people for surfing on the group of exchanges that offered them, then onto other brilliant ideas, like subgame, and the Vault ‘n’ Keys programs that revolutionized promotion for traffic exchange owners, and the advancement of socialization in the form of chats, to a program called TE Live, where people could go and learn from Jon Olson and Justine Ledvina and Tim Linden, all brilliant in their own ways, to spreecast marathons, and badge hunt mega promotions, you have the story of a remarkable transformation.
And that’s just three years.
Personally, getting plugged in to CTP was the smartest thing I’ve done online.
I never thought I would create a program to run as an adjunct to CTP. ( I never imaged I would create, or could create my own program.) Learn with Nick in case you don’t know what I’m talking about.
And I’m not the only one to find a way to overcome fear and terror and step up and do new and uncomfortable things and thus discover the power of going beyond the timid borders of our limitations, all because, Jon Olson said we could and Click Track Profit gave us the foundation to build on.
And if you think the transformation is complete, pay attention, things will get very interesting at CTP in the years ahead, and you won’t want to miss out.
How did CTP change you?
I’d love to hear your story, and so would others. Use the comment section to tell your story about CTP.