Dayton, OH (PRWEB) August 12, 2013
When MyEndoShop learned that a family opened storefronts on their affiliate marketing platform and were planning to use the money they earned to grow their childrens college funds or take a trip to Disneyland, MyEndoShop decided to make sure the money they earned went toward their college education. The social shopping platforms founder, Russ Gottesman, decided to help the parents out while at the same time encouraging them to tell people about the company. When the families offered up a video of their adorable children, playing excitedly while jumping on a bed, the MyEndoShop team captioned it for YouTube to help drive traffic to their startup. Now, if the families social networks and friends can send enough views to the video, MyEndoShop will foot the bill to send the kids that star in it to Disneyland. How many views do the families need? A cool million.
So what spurred the interest in these two families? The video was filmed at a party celebrating the adoption of two of the five children in the video. For over a year, Jeff and Tammy Dietrich have been caring for three children who had been bounced around in the foster care system for far too long. The two oldest had been separated from their younger brother for the first year of his life and Jeff and Tammy became passionate about reuniting them. After seeking and receiving permission from the state to take in all three children together, they worked for the next year to realize the adoption. We fell in love with all three of these children the moment we met them, Tammy said. We knew God wanted us to keep them together. The addition of the three children make them a family of six, including a four year old girl they had adopted two years earlier. The adoption of the three siblings took place on the anniversary of the four year olds adoption in 2011.
Several times a week, at least one of them asks when we can go to Disney, Tammy said. After searching the web, we realized its going to take lots of saving and quite a while before we can afford to get there. MyEndoShop providing a way to make a little extra money was very nice. But having something like this given to us would be a blessing beyond words.
Also appearing in the video are Tammys brothers children. Her brother, Tony Hall, is a pastor in Columbus. He and his wife, Shawna, have five children of their own, ranging in age from three to twelve.
MyEndoShop, a company that has introduced affiliate marketing to the masses, hopes to demonstrate the benefits of purchasing products through MyEndoShop.com and allowing everyday Internet users to break into affiliate marketing and make money when they endo(rse) products they believe in. MyEndoShop is a social shopping platform which allows users to earn cash based on product recommendations that lead to purchases. The video points out the money that can be saved when users purchase their own endos, or endorsed products. Each time a user purchases the products in their storefront, they automatically earn 2-3% cash back. What sets them apart from other affiliate marketing platforms, however, is that the users storefronts are created for them when they sign up and they can add items from over 30,000 online retailers with the click of a button. Unlike other affiliate marketing programs, the users dont need any website or programming knowledge to be successful with the MyEndoShop platform.
Viewers who watch the video are helping the kids get to Disney and are encouraged to share the link with friends and family. When the video reaches one million views, founder Russ Gottesman will be sending the kids in the video to Disneyland. The video can be found by following this link or by searching Help Send These Kids to Disneyland! on Youtube. It has also been posted on MyEndoShops Facebook and Twitter pages.
To open your own storefront and earn 2-3% commission on all the items you know, love and endo(rse), head over to MyEndoShop.com, sign up for free, and start adding items from over 30,000 retail partners.
MyEndoShop is a social shopping platform on which users create and stock their own virtual stores, customizing their storefront with inventoryproducts they know, love and endo(rse). Shop owners make sales commissions for items purchased based on their endo(rsement). The business model allows users and retailers to capitalize on influence marketing; while users make a sales commission on products they endo(rse) and sell, retailers leverage brand loyalty and word-of-mouth marketing and are spared the cost of a salesperson.