Do not wait; the time will never be “just right.” Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along. ~~Napoleon Hill
What are you doing online? Do you hop and skip around looking for the next best opportunity and never give the companies you join a fair look?
There are companies then there are companies
It is understandable that if a company you join to test the waters is a sham or a front for some high-end product you are not interested in, then moving on is a forward move on your part. Conditional on the fact that you unsubscribe from this not-for-you program.
As a serious marketer yourself, you are looking for like-minded people who want what you have to offer. Hanging on to a bad choice is not only misleading to the company but to the very audience you are looking to attract.
How? Your membership will show up somewhere. Your sponsor will know and perhaps talk about you or your lack of actions, to other members as to what not to do when you join. Search engines might even pick up a page you use.
You’ve heard people say they joined so-and-so in program x and never heard a word from them after that. As a sponsor? You are joking. They just aren’t available. Don’t let those tags be you they are referring to.
Less is More
Keep your marketing list clean. Know what you want and go for it. Do not hang on for friendship sake. That is not professional from any point of view.
Focus on two or three companies you really want to make successful, then look at the other opportunities, like Traffic Exchanges, hosting companies and mutual resources you would want to offer to your subscribers to help them follow in your footsteps.
TOS to TOSS
The company policies can be found in their TOS – (Terms Of Service) and you should be reading them in order to create your own TOS of personal professional marketing by your actions, support and working your opportunities into the TOS of the involved programs you use.
Otherwise you may be setting yourself up to become ‘tossed’ by the very prospects you are looking for who only want to deal with people they can know as clean, like for their perspective and trust for their recommendations.
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