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One of the best ways to prepare for growth is to start out with software and tools that can handle high volumes. Once a company gets the basic routines up and going, they need to focus on refining the processes that help a company grow. Often compensation plans need to be tweaked. Other times, manufacturing and quality control processes need to be streamlined.

  • July 31, 2012

    Using Text Alerts to Increase Attendance

    It’s convention season and your National Conference is just a few short weeks away.  Your leadership team will be on the road, promoting your products and opportunity live and in-person, ready to take your organization to the next level. Use SMS alerts and text messaging tools to give your conference o... Read more ›

  • April 4, 2011

    Retention In Network Marketing and Party Plan

      If you launch and operate like most direct selling companies, statistically your attrition (drop-out) rate will be 80% per year. In other words, out of 100 people you bring to your company in January, only 20 will remain by the end of the year. And, if you are like most, you are thinking, “I’... Read more ›

  • February 23, 2011

    It’s Just a Distributor Kit; What’s the Big Deal?

    The urgency of the immediate can prevent owners and CEOs from taking the time to ask pointed questions about seemingly inconsequential day-to-day activities in their company. That is a critical error! So why do companies, or better yet, why should companies provide distributor kits to their new recruits? A... Read more ›

  • November 18, 2010

    Busting MLM myths about recruiting and retention

    When the show MythBusters first came out in 2003, I was instantly drawn to it. I loved the concept: prove whether or not commonly (or, sometimes, not-so-commonly) held beliefs are actually true or if they are merely urban legends. For those of you who may not be familiar with MythBusters, the hosts of the sho... Read more ›

  • June 10, 2010

    MLM and Party Plan Recruiting: Building An Initial Field Sales Force

    There is no magic bullet. Building an initial field sales force will require a multi-faceted strategy and will take 3-6 months. Learn the steps to building your Field Sales Force Strategy. The Basic Principles In establishing a strategy to build an initial field sales force, there are some basic pri... Read more ›