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Just in case you missed it, Facebook will start charging all members starting in March 2012. Simple membership will be $0.99 per month and for those active members with lots of friends, you may have to pay as much as $50. per month. Before we share some thoughts as to how to prepare for this change, please allow me to introduce the new changes taking place with WACPtv.

 

You may have noticed the flash messages at the top of the WACPtv front page and the many references to OCCUPY and the 99%. Yes it's true that we are gearing up to cator to that niche market in the following ways:

 

   1. WE ARE RE-ESTABLISHING OUR MAGAIZINE http://wacp.tv/magazine to be the voice of the 99%. THIS MAGAZINE IS DESIGNED SO THAT ANYONE CAN EMAIL OUT THE LINK AND ANYONE CAN READ IT. HOWEVER, ONLY WACPtv MEMBERS CAN POST IN THE MAGAZINE AND RECEIVE PAY FOR NEW SIGN-UP REFERRALS. THERE IS NO OTHER MAGAZINE IN EXISTANCE LIKE THIS ONE.

   2. WE ARE RE-ESTABLISHING THE AFFILIATE PROGRAM TO GIVE MEMBERS THE OPTION OF INVESTING TO EARN FROM REFERRING OTHERS. http://wacp.tv/SUBSCRIBE2

   3. WE WILL HAVE 12 PAID POSTIONS OPENING SOON. ONE FOR EACH OF THE 12 CHAPTER CHANNELS. APPLY DIRECTLY TO wacptv@yahoo.com WITH THE CHANNEL YOU WISH TO OPERATE AND WHY YOU THINK YOU CAN KEEP MEMBERS INTERESTED AND ACTIVE. SEND YOUR PHONE NUMBER AND THE BEST TIME TO REACH YOU.

 

Now back to FACEBOOK and how you can profit from what you have built up there. Your friends list is only as valuable as you make it and YES you can use it to refer new members to WACPtv which will always be FREE but with an option to UPGRADEby investing a small fee. You should be making plans by now as to what you intend to do and WACPtv will welcome any and all FACEBOOK members at no charge. Members who have helped us to grow to were we are now will never ever be charged. However, please fill free to make a donationas we do have monthly ezpenses. 

 

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