My Daily Choice MLM Training: How Many Leads Do I Need?
Congratulations on joining My Daily Choice! In order to build a successful home business you need Leads. So, how many leads do you need exactly?
Luckily, My Daily Choice has a powerful automated email system that sends out a series of emails to your leads (prospects).
The only problem now is getting enough eyes on your company-provided landing pages.
I told you in the last article “which landing page you should use” that a landing page is like a signup form for your business.
Basically, the only thing you need to do to build a successful home-based business with My Daily Choice is to get enough prospects signing up on your form.
Sounds easy, but it’s not.
You will need to expose your landing page to thousands of people to grow a successful home-based business.
Fortunately, there’s no rush.
In Network Marketing, you “earn as you learn.”
That means, you can still earn commissions as you learn the ropes.
There’s a learning curve in any profession, and network marketing is no exception.
It’s a $190 Billion a year industry with over 100 million distributors.
It’s not a “little side hobby” or a “Pyramid scheme” or a lottery.
If you want to earn real, life-changing income, you will need to work on your business as if your livelihood depends on it, because if you want to retire in 3 to 5 years with My Daily Choice to escape the “30 year job plan” it will take a lot of motivation, determination, and tenacity.
Now, that we got that out of the way, let’s move on to:
My Daily Choice MLM Training: How Many Leads Do I Need
I use one MDC landing page 80% of the time.
It’s your landing page called:
You can grab yours by logging back into:
Then, go to the “My Websites” tab to the left.
Click on it so it opens in a new window in your browser.
Copy and paste it and put your link in a computer document so you can easily access it later.
MDCSuccessline landing page looks like this:
This is the form that I use to generate 10 leads a day with.
10 leads a day means that 10 people placed their email and name and sometimes a phone number to access the business to take a free look.
They go inside a limited-view dashboard and view the 8 minute video by the CEO of My Daily Choice.
They are then considered a “Pre-enrollee.”
They will then start to get a series of emails from My Daily Choice which talk about the company, the excitement, and that they should upgrade to “paid affiliate.”
Network Marketing is a Numbers Game
Network marketing is about generating leads.
It’s a numbers game, meaning some will join your business, while most won’t.
It’s our job as paid affiliates to “sort” through a lot of people (numbers) to find a handful of interested people who eventually join our business.
It’s very important that we don’t get “attached” to the outcome of someone joining or not.
This is a business, not a popularity contest, people will say “No” to your opportunity a lot, and the key is to not take it personally.
It’s not your fault if they don’t join.
That’s why it’s a “numbers game” and the less emotional you are in the prospecting process, the less stressed out you will be.
So, How Many Leads Do You Need?
In my last article, I wrote about “where to get leads”, now I will tell you HOW many leads you need.
The magic number that I use as a benchmark is 10.
You need 10 leads a day consistently.
It’s very important that you bring in leads daily on a consistent basis.
This does two things:
- The automated email system of My Daily Choice will send out more emails the more leads check out the business, which causes excitement.
- Steady leads causes “momentum.” All businesses, especially MLM, rely on momentum and growth. If you aren’t beating last month’s numbers, you’re business is slowly dying. I consider no leads for the day as a “closed” sign on the door of your business.
These 10 leads a day can come from more than one source, but I recommend that you concentrate on one platform at a time until leads are coming in from it.
I like getting leads from three places:
- Twitter – I get leads from sending out an automated direct message.
- Blog – I get leads from various areas on my blog.
- YouTube – I get leads from the description below my videos.
Your combination might look different. Use whatever fits your personality. Your combination might be:
The bottomline is getting at least 10 leads a day.
You could get 4 leads from Twitter, 3 from Facebook, and 3 from YouTube and that would be your 10 a day.
Of course, in the beginning, you might only get one lead a week.
It’s slow in the beginning when you’re learning what works and what doesn’t.
Don’t ever quit.
It takes time, but eventually you’ll be up to 10 leads a day.
Not All Leads are Created Equal
The less a Lead knows about you, the less they will join you.
The best leads are people who know, like, and trust you.
Your leads would be more likely to upgrade if they saw a video by you on Youtube, rather than from a spammy tweet on Twitter.
My leads generated from this blog are the best because people can see me, read me, and get an overall sense of who I am.
Blogging and videos take the longest to establish steady leads from, but are the best.
The best way to get leads right away is Facebook and Twitter, but you will need to break the ice before pitching your opportunity.
Keep in mind: Cold leads conversion rate is 1% to 3% – Warm Leads conversion is 10% to 20%
I hope this helps!
If you’re NOT in My Daily Choice yet, please check out my About Erik Page for more info!
Erik Christian Johnson is a Entrepreneur, writer, full-time Network Marketer and Blogger. He shares tips on various topics including: Network Marketing tips, how to work full time from Home, and God. He is also the #1 recruiter in his primary business. His blog is summed up as being: "edgy personal development with a twist of financial freedom."
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