Ryze - Business Networking Get a Coderbuddy developer now

"I Highly Recommend Them" - Magnitude.io CEO; US timezone; affordable rates; Silicon Valley leadership
Get your software built!
Buy Ethereum and Bitcoin
Get started with Cryptocurrency investing
Home Invite Friends Networks Friends classifieds

Apply for Membership

About Ryze

Leaders Club MLM Training & Leads Help

Top New Message
<- Previous Next ->

776 hits
Aug 14, 2005 7:55 am To Chris from Trisha on "how I would react" question
Trisha Anderson
Chris, I have many friends in the business who do this. I think it would be for the new MLM person. I, like you, probably would not buy it either. The one great thing is you can show reps how to make a little money, not losing any on materials given out. If the contact person is not interested, they have lost nothing but time. I have a friend who is a $15,000 a month earner who sells for 20.00 a pak of info. Generic for the most part. Cost is 10.00. Then he puts in his company info on the last page as an example of a great company that fits all the illustrations he gave. Teaches his reps to do so. On an average according to him, they each sell about a hundred a month. Giving them 1,000 profit and then some of the prospects of course join or buy retail.

Trisha Anderson

> Chris Janssen wrote:
> I've stumbled on an approach, and I'm curious as to if it would personally be effective on you.
>The approach is instead of "selling" your business, offer to sell (inexpensively) information (e-book, etc) on how to get more time and/or freedom in time and then mention in this material your company as a way to achieve it. The source of this information felt this was the way to go, however I am pretty sure this would never work on me.
>I'm curious to get others honest input on this.
>Take care,

Private Reply to Trisha Anderson (new win)

Ryze Admin - Support   |   About Ryze

Ryze Android preview app

Testing Gets Real: blog on A/B testing, building businesses with feedback loops, by Adrian Scott

© Ryze Limited. Ryze is a trademark of Ryze Limited.  Terms of Service, including the Privacy Policy