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Re: membership leads

Post by steverodgers on Tue Nov 18, 2008 4:49 pm

I agree Anisha,

I'm trying to find a great way to market the memberships as well. Only because I want to sponsor business partners into the TOP program. For them to succeed in TOP they need to be able to sign up memberships.

The major problem here is that I want to generate those member leads online, in an automated fashion.
Unfortunately our policies and procedures really puts us in a bind because in order for us to put up a product-specific website, we have to get corporate approval.

That costs money and every time we make changes to those sites we have to resubmit them again for approval. This means that we can't effectively split test websites to produce better conversion rates, which rules out maximizing any Pay Per Click campaign to it's potental.

Unfortunately it also rules out using a blog in a company specific manner because that too would have to be reapproved every time you update your blog. Between the two it rules out effective Search Engine Marketing altogether.

As sad as it sounds, our internet policies and procedures put us at a severe disadvantage as far as marketing online. They're a little naive and sorely dated.

I'm not against marketing offline, but there is no leverage there... you actually have to physically be there doing it and that doesn't work around the clock for you.

Besides there's no excuse for not marketing your business online in this day and age.

Don't worry Anisha, I just posted a forum topic in the Main Discussion forum to see if I can get any ideas on how to get around this. When I figure out a way, you'll be the first to know :)

Hang in there, I'm right there with you. Besides, when we sort this out we'll be able to teach our downlines how to work around these issues and the rest will be gravy.

-Steve
Feel free to message me if you want to brainstorm on this

Re: membership leads

Post by dezertdawg on Wed Nov 12, 2008 7:39 pm

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Re:membership leads

Post by heathermunoz on Tue May 20, 2008 6:09 am

Hi Anisha,

I was wondering how this worked out for you. Did you end up trying theaplan.biz? I've heard good reports about the results, but haven't tried them myself. Most people using that service are in local areas that are thin on providers...

When possible, a very specific local focus can work well. My fave idea is to establish relationships with local insurance providers. More often than not, agents turn away unisurable clients with no back-up plan. Rather than turn someone away empty handed, some agents may be willing to refer to you via business card. It could be just what is needed to help that client find a viable solution.

If an online community best for you, agents can be found socializing in various networks as well....

Much success to you,
-Heather

Re:membership leads

Post by crisstar on Mon Mar 24, 2008 9:19 am

When I marketed Ameriplan I used that service and like Jessica stated, they were very expensive and sometimes there wouldn't be providers in the area or the providers were far away and some people would be willing to drive and some wouldn't.

I ended up with expensive leads that were pretty worthless to me.

I had much more success getting memberships with flyers. You'll have to check your county ordinances about distributing flyers; but I would put them on the counter in mini-marts, liquor stores, atm machines.

I got people calling me. More often than not, I would sign up people right on the very first phone call.

Corrisa

Re:membership leads

Post by mommyjess on Sat Mar 22, 2008 8:18 am

Hello there,

You don't have to feel you have to sell membership first. It is a choice. If you feel that way that is saying you choose to sell memberships first. Remember, there are two ways that you can make money in Ameriplan.

Have you yourself used the service?? If not, I would recommend that you use the service first. Get your teeth cleaned, get your eye exam done, etc... Once you have your own testimony, it will be soooooooo easy to market the memberships.

The membership lead program is ok. I used to have that but I found it is pretty costly, therefore, I no longer using it. So it really depends on how much money you have on your advertising to market membership, then will be able to determine what ways to go about marketing the service.

Flyers works very well in the local area.

Jessica

membership leads

Post by Anisha on Mon Mar 17, 2008 3:21 pm

Hello,

I've been with Ameriplan for a few months now and have had very minimal success. I plan to continue because I still see the vision. I just wanted to know if anyone has had any luck with theaplan.biz. I feel like before I can bring anyone else in this business, I have to be successful at selling memberships.

Someone please let me know.

Thank you.

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