TABLE OF CONTENTS
Those Who Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail 5
Terminology and Jargon You Can’t Live Without 7
Clearing Out Common Misconceptions 9
Recognizing Basic Plan Mechanics 11
Point Value to Cash Calculation 12
Payout Transparency 14
Buy Back Policy 16
Infinity Bonuses and Blocking 20
Summary and Closing 24
Recommended Resources + Bonuses 26
Those Who Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail
Welcome to Show Me The Plan – Part 1! This book is the first part of an exciting 2 part series.
Why have I written this book? If you are familiar with the network marketing industry, you will have no surprise why the majority of new distributors or networkers spend a lot of time in network marketing training because they simply don’t understand how the compensation or marketing plan in their company works!
Every year, network marketing companies and teams spend thousands on marketing plan training because many people simply find marketing plans today too confusing or people just don’t take network marketing serious enough to be well equipped.
Isn’t this alarming? Consider this:
• Would you be in a profession if you don’t know your career path?
• Would you work in a job if you don’t know how much you are getting paid?
• Would you give away money for free?
We all know the answers to these questions, BUT, in network marketing, proper understanding of the marketing plan (not only yours but others in the industry) will not only save you lots of time, but will also determine the rest of your network marketing career! This is even more so for people who plan to start their own network marketing company offline or online.
When I first started out with my network marketing career, I was so clueless about my company’s plan that it was almost laughable. When my prospects ask me how much do I get paid at this level, I would call my upline in front of the prospect and ask him the questions. Towards the end of the prospecting session, I think I must have called my upline at least 4 times! (Thankfully the prospect signed up)
I have also seen people lose thousands of dollars because of wrong placement of the downline causing massive residual income to be wasted due to poor planning and lack of understanding. You don’t need to be a mathematical genius to understand plans, just simple calculation and mechanics to master.
After you are done with this book, you will learn how to:
• Differentiate between typical plans and how to make money there
• Choose a good network marketing company based on how good is their plan
• Develop confidence in front of your prospects
• Close the deal with other networkers by simply stressing the benefits of your plan over theirs and bring them into YOUR organization
• Develop a strategy to building your network for the long term
• Avoid costly mistakes by placing your new downlines under the right people to maximize your profits
• Start from scratch your own network marketing company the right way (whether it be online or offline) saving you heartache and disaster!
Now, let’s get ready to dissect the plan!
Terminology and Jargon You Can’t Live Without
If you expect to start a successful network marketing company or build a very large network, you had better get familiarized with the terminology or jargon!
A builder is a distributor who is actively looking for downlines. A builder is not the same as a customer who only consumes the products or recommends them to friends.
You are in their organization. An upline usually earns commission from your group volume. You may have several uplines possibly up to 10-20 levels in depth. Normally, an upline is responsible for your success. An upline may not necessarily be an upline leader/mentor.
This is an upline that you actively seek counseling from on how to build your business. They are here to guide you and are here to mentor you and make sure you succeed in the business.
You are directly under him or her. Normally they are the one who introduced you to the company.
They are in your organization. Depending on the nature of the plan, your commission from their group usually is smaller the deeper they are in the organization. Sometimes, your downline’s downline could be many levels deep in your organization so you might not even know him personally.
TO BE CONTINUED... Buy now and enjoy the contents in full!