Friday, November 7, 2008
your personal mentoring coach,
Ingrid Camacho 702-953-6086 anytime
Friday, October 24, 2008
When selecting a MLM marketing company, you need to have the following five pillars to make a good decision. Please, please ,do your research and make sure the company your are thinking about joining has these.
1. Company Management with Experience and Integrity.
Do a google search of the CEO of that company and make sure they have actually built a network marketing company before.If they don't have any experience building a MLM marketing company, then how in the world are they supposed to teach you?
Here is how you know if the company has integrity.
Read the companies Policies & Procedures.
- If the policies are more than 5 pages long, this could be a red flag. Start reading your policies and procedures from the last page.
- Does the P&P have a yearly renewal clause.
- Does the Company charge you for training or a Company Website?
Red Flag words to look for - Terminate, Ongoing, Recruiting, and Retail Sales.
2.Timing in the Industry and Company
Company must be at least two years old. 99% of companies fail during the first two years of operation. After the two years, companies usually have the kinks worked out by then.
Must have a product that people will use without a compensation plan attached to it.Are the products affordable? You should be able to sell them at retail price. Now, if you can only sell your products by giving a discount then that should be a concern to watch out for.
You must have a pay plan that rewards the part-time builder. 96% of your team will be part-time people, and if they do not recieve any compensation then they will usually quit. You need a compensation plan that pays the most with the least amount of people in your downline. Please remember this...if the recruiting stopped, would your paycheck stop too?
5. A Proven Duplicatable System
You must have a proven duplicatable system where the part-time person can make money too. People don't duplicate, but systems do.Let me ask you this quick question? Is buying leads duplicatable? I met a lady the other day, and she was in tears because her upline could afford leads, but she wasn't able too. That is not, duplicatable! Please do your research!
Please go to http://www.ingridcamacho.com/ to get your proven duplicatable system.
Your personal mentoring coach, Ingrid Camacho 702-953-6086 (anytime)
Saturday, July 26, 2008
Hello everyone and welcome to my blog.
Just wanted to let you know that paying for leads is nothing more than a scam to make someone else money!! It is not duplicatable either!! Do you think your downline has the money to buy leads too? If the answer is yes, you are kidding yourself! I can teach you how to generate your own good quality leads ..so you know that they are good ones. I look forward to helping you get your leads.
Your personal mentoring coach,
Ingrid Camacho 702-953-6086 email@example.com
My name is Ingrid Camacho and welcome to my blog. I have been in MLM for many years now. I have been asked to do many things such as talk to friends and family, put flyers on cars in parking lots and go to these boring opportunity meetings held in hotels.
Does this sound like you too? If you aren't getting the results you want, it is not your fault! I was failing too, until a friend sent me this great book on how to be successfull in network marketing.
I was so happy that I read the book in two hours. I found out that what I was doing was all wrong! I was relieved to finally have someone showing me the right way to get results with my business.
Since I have read the book, my business has grown, and now I am having success!
If you would like to read the book, click on the link below for your free copy. It is called Success in 10 steps, written by my good friend, Michael Dlouhy. He has been in the industry for over 30 years and he knows the industry!! He has taught me what to watch out for in the network marketing industry.
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Your personal mentoring coach, Ingrid Camacho 702-953-6086, firstname.lastname@example.org