I know from first hand experience with Zurvita health and then they moved to another "me too" supplement pushing Co, so I moved away from them even though I'm listed as a Zurvita Rep. I'm still with their Social Media and mobile media devision but they are breaking away from Zurvita too, so there you go. Anyway, that aside...
I suggest something very simple every WAHM can do, and the training is simple and the business can be done online or offline by a work at home Mom, or aspiring wahm, and even their kids will love Mom for sharing with them too.
Maybe this recent post of mine here on BN will clarify things Leigh Ann at: Links Removed / Content Edited By Support
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and I hope it helps. HF
heavenslilangel wrote:Hi all,
I'm having an issue with attrition on my team. While I realize its a common issue, I wanted to get your feed back as to why you think that is in my case. Basically our team training is all we offer to new people and the training basically covers product information, proprietary marketing funnel set up, a couple of profile edits in the back office, templates for advertising such as flyers, business cards and such. There is very little if anything about the very essence of Network Marketing; prospecting, recruiting, leadership etc. We have a few training calls and while some of them go into a little bit od depth on prospecting and etc. It's not a lot.
In addition, we are trained to post ads on job sites for leads as a means of online marketing. In comparison to other lead generation methods used by people in MLSP and other systems, I get minimal results (like less than 10 leads per day). The leads that I do get, I don't have a high conversion rate with because either they are looking for a job instead, have to talk to a spouse, the ever popular money objection, all the normal stuff.
Once we sign someone up, we are trained to send them to our training website and then encourage them to get on conference calls and thats basically it. The top leadership in the team basically says its the new persons responsibility to contact the upline and if they quit oh well. While I agree with all that since its consistent with from the research I've done and books I've read, I feel like there's more to it in regard to what I could be doing to be a better upline and/or have less attrition.
I just wanted to get your thoughts on that. I'm almost ready to switch companies because of the upline support I don't feel like I'm getting when I ask the "hard questions" example: I asked the #2 leader in the team why we are trained to advertise on job sites and she basically just restated my question in answer form without giving any real substance or reasoning.