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How to get the most of VIPole affiliate programs: practical tips to make money

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Affiliate marketing is a win-win opportunity for business and customers and an easy way to earn money online. The company has the product and the people have the audience that might be interested in it. This is why the business is ready to share a cut of profits with loyal customers.

VIPole affiliate programs are easy to enroll and to participate, and with a serious approach to your business, you can earn even more. Every effort is followed by inspiring results. We have gathered practical advice on how to make participation in affiliate programs more profitable, and we observed it with VIPole features and the terms of the Business Club in mind.

VIPole partners and Business Club members get money for promoting VIPole products from their home. With dedication and masterhood of participants, affiliate programs bring significant extra money. There are multiple ways for attracting people and benefiting from their activity.

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The Future of Instant Messaging

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A bit of statistics

The overall traffic in messaging apps is expected to more than triple by 2019 since 2014 – from almost 31 trillion to 100 trillion globally, according to Juniper Research. Messengers are the technology that facilitates both entertaining activities and business collaboration. Over the top communication is quick, easy and cheap and it will connect people in so many new ways during the upcoming years. Today we will speak about the features that enrich messengers in order to give you more than just an opportunity to send a «Hello, where are you?» message.

Why it’s good for people

The start of 2016 has proved that the global audience has shifted to messengers. According to the Business Insider report, the combined user base of the top four chat apps is larger than the combined user base of the top four social networks. This popularity is predictable: it’s cheaper than traditional telecommunications, it has more features than e-mail and it’s more private than social media. On top of that, the cost of plain smartphones has become relatively low, and the interface of messengers is easy even for your grandmother.

An average smartphone user has ~36 apps installed with 68% of them in the field of social & communication. The services that are the most popular in different countries vary, however most users use several messengers to connect with family, friends and co-workers. Continue reading

VIPole enterprise solutions as a Skype for Business alternative: a comparative look

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Why your business needs a messenger

With the major part of daily human interactions occurring in messengers, business issues are discussed there along with personal affairs. When different friends and colleagues prefer different chat apps, all conversations are distributed across several more or less secure services. This is when confidential corporate data is vulnerable. Corporate emails and traditional telecommunications are no longer efficient enough, and everyone is online in messengers day and night. Smart online collaboration between coworkers has become a necessity in today’s business environment. Permanent involvement in discussions and decision-making is integral for success.

To satisfy the demand for permanent connection and avoid leakages, companies aim to unite communications in a single system. The corporate messaging trend is quite hot now and constantly transforming as new services provide new opportunities. When a team needs chats, collaboration tools and video conferencing, the first service that comes to mind is Skype with its cloud and server solutions. This is the field where we are together, as VIPole also unites teams and brands on cloud and server platforms. When it comes to functionality, we really have a lot in common, but our approach to privacy and security differs fundamentally. In this post, we speak about the functionality, safety and cost of VIPole enterprise solutions and Skype for business and make recommendations on reducing the risks that business data faces daily.

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