I’ve been doing internet marketing for close to 20 years. The costs I have experienced to get servers, programming, tools, service, updates, bandwidth, etc… have run in to the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Here, we have a system we can use to compete with the big boys on a global scale on our iPhones!
When I found out I could start this business for just over $1,000 and a small monthly fee, I couldn’t jump on it fast enough!
Take a look at what this company has made available to us:
Tip: Start by watching these training videos! This is the information straight from the top. By taking the time to get this information, you will be equipping yourself to succeed. We want to build on and duplicate this information and culture throughout our team.
After you’ve watched the training, set up a time to meet and talk with your sponsor to get your game plan set up so we can help you LAUNCH your business!
Here are some of my tips on how I prospect, use the iDecide, and follow up:
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If you’ve heard, “Holton Buggs Launches iBuumerang”, you are probably wondering what is happening. For myself, as soon as I heard the news, I met with some top leaders to get the scoop.
I had the opportunity to speak with Mr. Buggs directly, and I have to say: It looks, to me, like this system fixes a lot of the problems that network marketers around the world have been facing for a long time.
I wanted to share with you a recent article and invite you to learn more about what we are doing.
According to a company press release:
Houston, Texas — The Network Marketing industry is poised for a major shift as Holton Buggs launches a brand new company, named iBuumerang.
Mr. Buggs has long been considered the Michael Jordan of Network Marketing. Not only has he been a leader and visionary on the corporate side, but he has earned the largest commissions ever from a single position. Those closest to him consistently talk about his generosity, passion and desire to bring network marketing to a higher level.
With the launch of iBuumerang, Holton Buggs is changing the model in network marketing to a customer-centric model, offering consumers a first-class experience, thereby creating the network marketing industry’s first Perpetual Residual Income Builder (PRIB).
Ambassadors in iBuumerang only earn income when customers save money. This is a radical departure from the past, when customers typically pay more for network marketing products because of the markup necessary to justify commissions.
To bring this vision to fruition, iBuumerang is launching in the travel space. Travel is an eight trillion dollar industry, and virtually everyone either already travels or wants to.
Rather than paying retail or even discounted prices, iBuumerang Travel Savings Ambassadors and their customers have access to “behind the curtain” pricing that the public online travel agencies such as Expedia, Travelocity and Priceline don’t offer.
The savings are dramatic, ranging between 10% to as high as 70% off those retail prices on hotels, car rentals and more.
Sophie and Johnny Chung were visiting Holton Buggs in Houston and stayed for a week at the Westin Galleria. On that one trip, they saved right around $1000. That was enough for them to realize that this opportunity should be taken around the world, and specifically to their friends and family in South Korea.
“It’s time for the network marketing industry to evolve,”says Holton Buggs, “and we will lead the way, launching in the most exciting industry in the world – travel.”
Additionally, iBuumerang has partnered with Xstream Travel, a well-known and highly respected travel giant, to offer iBuumerang Ambassadors the ability to earn travel bonuses for referring group travel, such as destination weddings, church groups and family reunions, to Xstream. Xstream will also create and provide highly discounted and exclusive experiences and member-only trips to iBuumerang.
The public brand reveal lift-off Global Opportunity Day is generating record-breaking interest around the globe. Not only have the tickets for the event in Houston sold out, but “Watch Parties” are scheduled to view the live-stream all over the world. Conservatively, iBuumerang anticipates adding over 10,000 Travel Savings Ambassadors in the company during the first week, beginning on March 11, 2019.
Prospecting for your business is critical to your success. What do I mean? For business and income to grow, we need more customers. For our teams to grow, we need new team members (In our case: TSA’s). To get customers and TSA’s, we need to prospect.
Prospecting is simply us doing 3 things: Inviting people to look at what we do, Exposing them to the information, and Follow Up with them to take the next step.
When we invite, we are notconcerned with whether they say “yes” or “no”. We know some will say “yes” and some will say “no”. All we really are doing is giving them an opportunity to pick the option that makes sense for them.
I like to think of it as simply asking questions along the way. The key, for me, has been to ask them a question that can end in a “yes” or a “no”.
Here are some examples:
When I am talking to a traveler and want to show them how to save money, I will ask, “If I could show you how to take that same trip for less, would that be something you would want to learn more about?“.
When I am talking to someone about the business, I will ask something like, “If I could show you how to supplement or even replace your job income with our proven system, is that something you would want to learn more about?“.
Prospecting for your business is not about trying to sell, convince, overcome objections, etc… At this point, all we really want to know is, “would you be interested in learning more?“.
If they say, “No”, then the conversation is over, goes back to sports, or whatever else you were talking about. Simple stuff. No muss. No fuss.
If the answer is “Yes”, then we move the the next step: Expose them to the information. This can be a #GOOD Party where you invite them to a group presentation in a home or at one of your local big team meetings. Or it can be sending them iDecide presentation. I keep a link to my iDecide saved on my iPhone. I offer to text the link to them and they can watch it.
After they view the iDecide presentation, we are on to the next step: Follow Up. THE question I like to ask:
What Did You Like Best About The Presentation?
And then … I STOP TALKING!
Your next step is to LISTEN to them tell you what they are excited about. This is them showing you whatisimportanttothem. If you listen carefully, you are that much closer to helping them become a customer and/or a team member. Reaffirm that, yes… that is available to you and continue the conversation to the close. If they are not quite understanding, have more questions, this is a great time to set up a strong 3-way call with your upline leader.
Here are some real world examples of how I am currently inviting:
I send a message out to my contacts via Facebook Messenger, Text, etc… My message is:
I am launching the biggest project I have ever done in more than 20 years of network marketing.
I am reaching out to you to find out one thing:
If I send you a link to a simple online presentation, will you sit down and watch it?
I get ignored. I get told “don’t send me this, again”. I get “yes”. I get “no”. I send my iDecide link to those who say “yes” and I let them know I am available to answer any questions the have aftertheyviewthepresentation.
If you are not as experienced in the industry, you might send something like this:
I have found something that I believe is going to help a lot of people.
I am teaming up with a group of home based business professionals who are showing me how they have been able to make money from home.
I thought of you and wanted to see if you would be interested in looking at what we are doing.
For those who say “yes”, send them a link to your iDecide presentation.
When I’m at the bar/restaurant, I talk to people. Some of them just end up talking about travel. I talk to people that complain about their job or boss. It’s pretty easy to work a question in to that conversation.
If I could show you how to save money on your trip, would that be something you’d want to know more about?
If I could show you how to replace that income with a system I’m using, would that be something you would want to know more about?
When I’m riding with my Uber driver, it’s really simple. I ask them what else they do when they are not driving. They tell me about their job, or they are looking for a job, etc… They may ask me what I do. I say, “iBuumerang“. When they ask what that is, I say, “I’m working with a team of people that helps travelers save money on their hotels, cars, cruises, etc… When they save, I get paid.“. They may ask how that works. They may ask if we are hiring. It really can be very simple.
Remember: Prospecting for your business is just about getting that “yes” or “no” to whether they are interestedinlearningmore. When they are, we share the information. By doing that with big numbers and doing it quickly, you can build a solid business.
Setting up your autoresponder letters is a big step in being able to successfully build your network marketing business. Autoresponders let you build your list of prospects and follow up with them 24/7.
For the most part, I let my autoresponder do my heavy lifting and sorting for me.
What do I mean by that? I talk to people all the time. I do what is known as “warm market prospecting” where I talk to people I know. I also do “cold market prospecting” where I talk to strangers.
Warm Market Prospecting: Talking to people I know is easy. We’re just talking. We see each other socially, when I’m playing music, when I go out to dinner, etc… When these warm market prospects (friends and family) say they would like to know more about what I’m doing, I give them this web site address.
Cold Market Prospecting: Talking to people I don’t know is also easy. I do online advertising. When someone wants to know more, they click my ad and are taken to this web site. If they’re not interested, they don’t click my ad. Simple.
Talking to someone I just met is easy, too. We’re just talking. Conversations about their job, money, family, travel, etc… make it very easy for me to say something like, “What if I could show you a way to build up a side income by simply giving people great deals on travel? They’re going to travel anyway. I just get paid to show them how to do it for less. Is that something you would like to know more about?“. When they say they would like to know more, I give them this web site address.
Total strangers will include my Uber driver, my waitress, a bar tender, someone listening to a band I play with, etc… Someone will typically ask what sort of work I do, or “what else” I am involved with. I will say something like, “I’m pretty excited bout this new venture where I get paid to show people how to save money on travel.“. If they say something like, “Yeah? How does that work?” or “I’d love to do something like that”, I give them this web site address.
My typical approach is to say:
“I’d be happy to share it with you. Give me your cell phone and I will message you a quick link that shows you how to get the details.“. They give me their number. I add them to my contacts. I text/message them this web site. Then, I go on with the rest of the natural conversation. I have their number. I can follow up with them, later.
So, all this brings me to the importance of getting an autoresponder and setting up your autoresponder letters.
I have created a series of letters that gives interested prospects a way to learn more about what we are doing. When they fill out the form, the process begins. They will get an email with very basic info and a link to one of our online presentations. Technology is working for me to show the information and sort through the people that get in my system. (This business is all about sorting, right?)
My autoresponder then follows up daily for the next week to let them know that I am available to answer any questions, share exciting updates, etc… By the time they call or message me, they have pretty much made the decision to join. They just need a few questions answered. Simple.
The key, of course, is setting up your autoresponder letters so they can work for you. I think of it as having my own 24/7 lead generation and follow up team. It’s working beautifully and business is growing strong.
If you have an account with my autoresponder company (TrafficWave.net), I can get your letters set up for you pretty quickly. Just reach out to me with your name, your TSA, and the email address you use in your autoresponder campaigns. I will gladly share and load my letter series for you.
If you are using a different autoresponder service, that’s no problem. I will be happy to share my letters with you so you can set them up with your chosen autoresponder. Just shoot me a WhatsApp message and I’ll send you the letters for you to use.
I am learning the system by checking https://www.facebook.com/countdown4freedom to stay updated and get training from our CEO and a variety of incredible top producers. I am also tied in to our WhatsApp group to stay updated with our other upline and team leaders. If you don’t have WhatsApp, be sure to get it and then let me know so I can add you to the group!
I am prospecting by doing these things:
Calling my business contacts, friends, etc… and inviting them to look at my new project.
Talking to people that I am simply in communication with. My uber driver and my bartender both wanted to know more!
I am using my autoresponder to collect leads.
You may notice the capture form on the main page of this site. (This really is key)
I am posting on Facebook.
I am posting on Twitter.
I am posting on Instagram.
I am running ads on classified sites, blogs, traffic exchanges, etc.. ..
I am texting contacts and friends around the world.
I am inviting them all to look at this information.
Some ignore me.
Some say “no”.
Some say they will look but never do.
Some actually look at the information.
Some of those actually join (just like you did).
Some actually do the work and build with me.
My Only Goal
Get as many people to view this information as I can.
I spend ZERO time trying to convince anyone to look.
I spend ZERO time trying to convince anyone to join.
I am ONLY interested in people who have enough drive to look and make a decision.
YOU are one of those who had the drive to look and follow through. Congratulations!
This is what we are doing right now: INVITING LIKE CRAZY!
This is exactly how I build my network marketing business: training and prospecting
Put your head down, do the work, invite like you are on a mission. Make that your sole purpose for the next 3 to 4 months: INVITE, INVITE, INVITE.
When someone watches the video and they have questions, feel free to reach out. I’m here to help you close your prospects once they have seen the information.
Now, it’s time to get down to some of the email marketing success strategies I personally use. There are 4 steps involved in this process. Frankly, they look really simple and that is because they are. The best part is that you are going to be able to control every step of the process.
There are a lot of people offering complicated systems and telling you that you need all sort of apps, gizmos, tricks, and super-secret-strategies if you want to succeed. The reality is that they just want to sell you their shiny new stuff. There’s nothing wrong that, and some of those shiny things actually work.
But I like to keep things simple. What I focus on is a system that works for me rather than a system that forces me to do more work. I like to do things that can be quickly implemented, tested, and then ramped up for big numbers.
It really comes down to 4 steps:
Traffic There are many ways to get traffic. There is free traffic and paid traffic. You can spend time, money, or both. But traffic really isn’t complicated. The idea is to get people to see your capture page so they can request your information.
Capture Page This can literally be a page you set up with a capture page service or a single page you set up on your web site or blog. I’ve used both and I’ve seen both options work. If you don’t already have a blog or web site, a capture page service is a good option to get started quickly.
All that traffic you are going to be working on will be sent to this capture page. And it really doesn’t need to be complicated. Some of the best capture pages I have seen and used include nothing more than a headline, a few bullet points, and a simple opt-in box the visitor can use to request your offer (a free pdf, report, etc… ).
If you want to get really fancy, you can include an image of whatever it is that you are offering, or an image that shows the benefits of your offer. The job of this capture page is to convert the web site visitors into high quality leads.
Autoresponder Another way to think of your autoresponder is your email marketing followup system. This is the system that collects the visitor’s information and sends your followup messages to them.
These followup messages are sharing information, providing help, and showing your subscribers how to purchase your product, service, information, etc… Along the way, those readers who are interested will be able to click a link in your autoresponder message to make their purchase.
Broadcast Once your list has begun growing, you can create and send out special offers to your list. One of my clients, Chase Swift, is a photographer. You’ve probably seen his work online, in issues of National Geographic, etc…
Over the years, he has built a considerable list of people interested in photography, videography, etc… When he finds an offer that he believes will appeal to his readers, he is able to broadcast a message out to his list. When he does, he typically sees sales showing up within minutes.
This is a great example of email marketing in action.