Discovering a Way To Generate A Business Opportunity Lead That Will Stick
Jesse Avalos has discovered that the number one problem in network marketing programs is not just generating a business opportunity lead, but generating a business opportunity lead that will stick around more than 90 days, and also helps to recruit other business opportunity leads.
Avalos said: ”no network marketing program – no matter how attractive, no matter how legitimate, no matter how well supported with recruiting tools and educational aids – can be certain that everyone involved will produce a systematically growing downline.”
Network marketing is a people-helping-people industry, ”but unfortunately – it’s people who cause it to have such a poor success rate. Not everyone of course, but perhaps the next person, or the person THEY enroll. Someone is certain to cause a break down in duplication. There is no way to succeed in the network marketing industry without depending on a large number of other people to do what is necessary,” stated Avalos.
The reality is – it may take a very long time for only a few people to become successful. Someone is risking their future, their goals, and their dreams on a bunch of people who may, and probably will, let them down. People who, for the most part, they don’t even know; don’t know them; and probably could not care less whether they are letting them down or not.
According to Avalon, ”The big solution is perfectly clear at this point. That is, making their business opportunity lead successful. Don’t wait for them to be successful working on their own. Instead, establish one traffic control center that will do all the direct recruitment of business opportunity leads and training for them. This persistent activity by one traffic control center will produce systematic, geometric progression which will produce maximum growth.”
The real object is to move from point “A” to point “B”, with point “A” being their current situation and point “B” being where they want to be financially – within a reasonable period of time.
”Don’t try to reinvent the wheel,” concluded Avalos, ”simply use proven systems that adds the stickyness to everyones marketing efforts… The next question we should ask our selfs is, What is the fuel that is used for simple proven systems?”
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