How to Solve the Problem of Attrition in Your Network Marketing Business!

by Steven Dobson · 2 comments

Most people fail to reach the type of residual income that they want in their business because they have not solved the problem of attrition in their network marketing business, and for someone new to the industry this means the difference between success and failure. If your sponsor does not know how to solve this problem, chances are, he/she can’t teach you either.

What most people do is they go out and sponsor more people because the upfront compensation kind of makes up for the loss of new people in your network marketing business.

Why is there an attrition problem in the first place?

People that are new to this industry are hyped up when they first join, and they do everything their sponsor tells them to do and they get nada, nothing, zilch in the form of success. They become discouraged because of this and within their first 90 days they leave the industry thinking it doesn’t work, it’s some type of “Pyramid Scheme” or “Get Rich Quick Scheme.” When in all actuality it was what they were told to do that didn’t work for them.

What if I could teach you how to solve the problem of attrition in your network marketing business, do you think that would have an impact on your residual income?

I have teamed up with a group of industry leaders who have taken up the task of providing entrepreneurs, business owners, and network marketers regardless of what network marketing company you’re involved in with the necessary tools to build a successful and profitable 6 and 7-figure income network marketing business. If you’re tired of chasing down family and friends, tired of trying things that just don’t work for you when it comes to building your network marketing business, and you want to solve the problem of attrition in your network marketing business, then you want to click the link below to get started making the type of money that you deserve and have the type of success that you got into this business to have.

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information technologyNo Gravatar December 1, 2010 at 2:13 PM

Do you people have a facebook fan page? I looked for one on twitter but could not discover one, I would really like to become a fan!

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CNA TrainingNo Gravatar December 17, 2010 at 4:21 PM

Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!

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