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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Your network marketing success- It's a race against time

Two years ago, a gallon of gas was pushing $3.95 here is the Las Vegas area.

Does that tell you anything about your network marketing success?

Some folks assume that with a secure job and a secure salary, they're playing it safe, reducing their risk in life.

* What if you get laid off?
* What if the price of gas goes up a again? How will that affect you and your employer?
* What if your employer can no longer afford to pay you such a high wage?

These are just 3 of literally thousands of variables that you have no answer for when you work for someone else.

Not to mention your income is always limited because your employer will ALWAYS take the lion's share of the income you generate.

There's been more change in the business world in the past 10 years than in the previous 100 years combined. You are in a race against time to protect yourself and your family from unpredictable coming changes in the work-a-day world that you may not like -

- AND to achieve those dreams of your network marketing success you've had for so long.

It's critical that you act with urgency to put control of your future and your family's future in YOUR hands. That's what you'll learn in Success In 10 Steps, and we will support you with all our hearts.


Your friend in marketing,

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771

Monday, April 19, 2010

Network Marketing: Figures Don't Lie, But Liars Do Figure

Advertising copywriters and salespeople are trained to give specific numbers. in order to increase credibility. And that's great, if those numbers have any basis in reality. In network marketing, they often don't.

For example:

Companies say, "We keep 93% of Our people!"

They lie.

Truth: There was an MLM phone company a few years back that had to publicize their retention rate, because they were publicly traded. They're out of business now, so we'll go ahead and mention their name - Excel.

Take a guess. Out of every 100 people Excel signed up, how many were still in the business a year later?

50%? HAH!

25%? As they say in the Hertz commercial, "Not exactly!"

10%? You're getting warm -

Excel's public record showed 6% to 7% retention. That's not 67% - it's 6 to 7% retention!

So you build your network marketing business for a year:

* You buy advertising.

* You do 3-way calls.

* You go to meetings.

* You talk to all your friends & relatives.

* And you wind up recruiting 100 people!

Yippee! You're almost rich.

Well, not exactly. Why? Because what you have left is 6 to 7 people out of 100 (!) still building the MLM.

Ooops - wait - that's not all you've got. You also have:

* Smashed dreams.

* Maxed-out credit cards.

* And probably a LARGE bunch of people who hide when they see you coming!

Whatever you do in network marketing must be duplicatable for the masses. Six to 7% retention is not smart business.

Results like this make it obvious why we coach people to first find a "5-Pillar" company, and then to build relationships with prospects.

Bad Business

It is bad business to recruit someone into an unstable company.

It is bad business to recruit someone before you have built a relationship with them.

When you recruit a person who is your friend into a "5 Pillar" company, the two of you have a commitment to each other and a strong chance for success.

When you try a business relationship without that personal, mutual commitment, or with an unstable company, your chances of failure skyrocket.


To Your Success,

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771