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Crystal King    My Press Releases

Figures don't lie, but liars do figure.

Published on 4/20/2015
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Figures don't lie, but liars do figure. Unfortunately, this is true even in network marketing. Advertising copywriters and salespeople are trained to give specific numbers in order to increase credibility and/or signups. That's great, if those numbers have any basis in reality. In network marketing, they often don't.

For example:

One company that started literally days ago is promising a guaranteed check and $25,000 in 3 months. Seriously? How can that be possible? They say it's because of spillover. I think they lie. Read my last press release. 

Other companies say, "We keep 93% of our people!" They lie, too.

There was an MLM phone company a few years back that had to publicize their retention rate because they were publicly traded. They're out of business now, so I'll go ahead and mention their name - it was Excel. Out of every 100 people Excel signed up, how many do you think were still in the business a year later?

50%? 25%? 10%? You're getting warmer. Excel's public record showed 6% to 7% retention. That's not 67% - it's 6 to 7% retention!

So this is how it goes...

* You build your network marketing business for a year.

* You buy advertising.

* You do 3-way calls.

* You go to meetings.

* You talk to all your friends & relatives.

* You recruit 100 people!

Yay! You're almost rich.

Well, not exactly. Why? Because what you have left is 6 to 7 people out of 100 who still (might) be building the business with you. Oh, wait! That's not all you have. You also have:

* Smashed dreams.

* Maxed-out credit cards.

* And probably a LARGE bunch of people who hide when they see you coming!

Results like this make it obvious why you need to find a solid company. It's bad business to recruit someone into an unstable company. It's also bad business to recruit someone before you have built a relationship with them. When you try a business relationship without that personal, mutual commitment, or with an unstable company, your chances of failure skyrocket. 

When you recruit a person who is your friend into a strong company, the two of you have a commitment to each other and a much stronger chance for success. We don't know each other yet but, if you're looking for that strong, stable company, I would love to get to know you. Introduce yourself, and let's start talking. :)

To your success,

Crystal King


PS - My company's retention rate is 78%. And that IS the truth.

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