Shopping Annuity Spotlight: What Is One Way You Convert Spending Into Earning?

At the heart of the Shopping Annuity is the idea of converting spending into earning. By identifying one’s spending habits, UnFranchise Owners and their customers can replace store-bought competitor brands with Market America Exclusive Brands and earn BV, IBV, and/or Cashback in the process.

One of the most appealing aspects of the Shopping Annuity is the concept’s flexibility. There are multiple ways to convert spending into earning. Through trial and error, UFOs and their customers can figure out what products and strategies work for their business, and apply it on a daily basis.

On the Shopping Annuity Instagram, we asked users to share one way to convert spending into earning. We received some great responses that might inspire belief and change. Check out the answers below.

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Some of the responses were edited for clarity. 

Barry Golomb (@stainmstr) – “Every week MA sends out the new partner store email. I always click on each store to learn about them, because you never know where your next great deal is coming from! Just because I never heard their name before, it won’t stop me from shopping with them! #shoppingannuityambassador

Lena Snowden (@lenasnowden) – “I use e-gift cards when I eat out or want to shop in stores! Getting paid to shop & buy food is awesome!”

Randi Bruch (@buccyandpals) –  “Redirect my purchases by shopping through my own business. It’s a win-win situation 😍👍”

Frances Lola Marrero (@indiasbeauty757) – “Transfer buying habits 🔥🔥🔥🙌🙌”

Deborah Jones (@adebslife) – “I buy everything through my SHOP site. I save and I earn. It’s amazing!🙌❤️”

Brian Joseph Vyletel (@corvette2822) – “My favorite partner site is Raise – discount gift cards.  In 3 years, I’ve saved over $1445. Restaurants, Gas, etc.”

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The Shopping Annuity

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