Becoming a Pacesetter

The general goal in Trunited is to become a PaceSetter and then build depth credit. A PaceSetter is anyone in the Trunited Nation who creates at least 30 points of commerce in a given month and who has connected six others to Trunited who also all do 30 points in a given month. You’ll now have access to three levels of depth credit, which means you’re in line to start bringing in consistent, significant money for your influence.

Pacesetters are an incredibly important for the Trunited Marketing Engine. They symbolize leadership and stability. PaceSetters are invested because they are making good money and have shown the ability to help connect others to the same opportunity, so they are also reliable contributors to the payout pool every month.

So how do you become a PaceSetter?

Earn at least 30 points a month and connect others who will do the same. Help those you connect bring in connections of their own. If you utilize all of the amazing options Trunited has to offer and set the example for others, things will take care of themselves. Also, it helps to understand that you can grow both width and depth. You succeed not only by connecting others, but by those you connected finding success and connecting others.

Approach Trunited with a generous heart and focus on helping others succeed, and you’ll find yourself thriving. We call it “Give to Grow.”


Concepts and terms that provide further information: (click to learn)

Socialized Commerce, Profit Points, Payout Pool, Payback PercentagePoint Value, Pointholder, Point Value Promise, Calculating the Point Value, Protecting the Point Value, Depth Credit, Match Points, Best Practice MilestonesMarketer, Marketer MatchPromoter, Pacesetter, Influencer, Partner, Icon, Legend


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