Hello Have We Met

If you were doing cold calling in an MLM program, I could readily understand your reticence. It can be frustrating, and certainly no fun to have someone slam down the receiver in your ear. Ask ‘Who? How do I know you?’ or out or always in the shower when you call?

It’s like being the uninvited guest at a dinner party.

BUT you are NOT doing cold calling in our programs, You are simply using email to make a warm connection with a new prospect. You can. It is more efficient but if it bothers you then TIMELY email is the next best action.

So why is it like pulling teeth to get people who want to make an income online to connect with the very people who will help them create that opportunity?

Some marketers do not even send a welcome mail, leaving that action to the company as being enough. It’s important to tell them who you are; that you are happy they want to join you.

You have a common grounds to discuss – the program they signed up to join. Some people will join anything and everything they see. Others are attracted and take the initial action but never follow through. Then there is the diamond who said ‘hey, you don’t care to connect, I don’t care to be a part of what you are doing.’

The LCP or splash pages attracting new prospects may be company pages. So there is an important missing step between that intial action and relating to you as their sponsor.

It should come as no surprise that prospects need to feel safe in taking that final step to confirm. Thus The most important personal thing your personal mail will do is give them a reason to hit that confirmation link.


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3 thoughts on “Hello Have We Met

  1. Chris Klasinski

    I agree that if you are in any business and do not connect with the people who show any interest in what you are offering, then you might as well get out and do a J.O.B. for ever and a day.

    It might seem like glad handing someone, but it is not.

    It is showing an interest in that person even if they do not buy that product, they might buy another one from you.

    That is why it is very important to have website/blog to talk about the why’s, how to’s and what that product can do for them.

  2. sharon ticknor

    It’s all about discovery isn’t it?
    Where are the folks who care about the needs of others instead of trying to continually sell sell sell?
    Confirming that link is the best way to find out. After all there is an unsubscribe link at the bottom if you decide you don’t care for what they say.
    Every once in a while someone asks,”What are you having the most difficulty with?”
    Sure everyone wants to make a dollar or two. That’s what commissioned sales is about. But, helping others make their first dollar certainly gains some ground for loyal visitors who won’t be afraid to open your e-mails. Right?

    Confirm if you agree

  3. George Culp

    It is so sad to hear people always saying
    “I’ve gotta make some money right now!”.

    However when you mention the 4-letter
    word “work” to make that happen, they
    run backwards.

    It is all about helping that new person become
    familiar with with the program and helping
    them to get things setup so they will profit.

    Then the results will flow back to you.

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