Stampin Up Top Earner Secrets Revealed: Improve Your Stampin Up Profits

June 19, 2012

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Stampin Up distributors: Do you want to know what it takes to become a top 3% earner?

If you want to become a top earner, you need a way to promote to thousands of people- not just to the small number of friends and family network marketers are taught to approach.

You absolutely need to learn the #1 skill of all top earners: marketing to massive numbers of people at a time.

I’ve been groomed by 6 and 7-figure income earners who taught me the following strategies we quietly use to build large businesses:

Stampin Up Secret: One Thing At A Time

When network marketers in businesses such as Stampin Up first start to learn to market online, they try to master too many new things all at the same time. Rather than learn ONE free way to drive traffic to their websites, such as social media marketing, or video marketing, they try to master these different free marketing strategies at the same time.

Rather than focus on one paid advertising strategy such as display advertising, or ezine ads, they try to master advertising in multiple places, all at once. Due to the fact they’ve focused on too many things, new Stampin Up distributors often go into information overload, and complain about feeling overwhelmed.

These people are usually the first ones to quit Stampin Up . In my experience, this pattern is VERY common. Do you want to build up a portfolio of different advertising channels over time for your Stampin Up business? Certainly.

But the key is eventually, not immediately. For starters, the most critical thing is to simply create some results. And that’s only going to happen if you concentrate your efforts on learning ONE strategy at a time.

Only attempt to learn a new advertising method after you are generating two to three dozen leads daily for your Stampin Up business from a single strategy. Attempting to take on too many promotional tactics at the same time is not the best approach. By concentrating on learning one thing at a time, you will get more results, faster. You’ll feel better about your Stampin Up business because you’re getting results, and your energy level will rise as a result.

Stampin Up Secret: Make More Money In The Short Term

Marketers in Stampin Up and similar companies spend way too much time and energy trying to build a long term residual income. And they fail to generate enough short-term income. As a result they earn far less than they could.

Having a big residual check comes from having a huge organization. And only a very small number of people build a large team.

Retention is terrible in network marketing. Nearly everyone in your downline will quit in the first year. Concentrating your energy on building a huge organization isn’t the best way to make money in network marketing.

It’s more profitable to maximize the short term revenue in your business. Focus on the revenue you derive in the first three months of acquiring a new rep or a new customer.

There’s two basic places you earn income in the short term:

Market affiliate products such as training and systems to network marketers. Earn affiliate commissions on the sale pf these products. 95% of people are not going to join your Stampin Up business, and you should profit from selling to these people.

A second and powerful way to earn short term income is to promote a high ticket opportunity. Typically, you only earn $100 or less when you sign up someone into Stampin Up or a similar opportunity.

You’ll earn a lot more money by promoting an opportunity that pays commissions of $1,000 or more whenever you sponsor someone. Add a high ticket opportunity to your business. You will make much more money in the short term.

Stampin Up Secret: Solve Your Attrition Problem

Attrition can make growing your Stampin Up business every month very difficult. Stampin Up business builders are taught two tactics to boost retention, but each strategy creates other problems.

1) The first strategy is to assist your new Stampin Up reps to get into profit quickly, so they have reason to stay in the game. By attempting to get every new Stampin Up distributor making money right away, you end up devoting a HUGE amount of time on the people least capable of sponsoring new Stampin Up reps themselves. This takes focus away from your best people, the top 20% of your Stampin Up downline that will drive 80% of all your income. By focusing on the wrong people, you foster dependency.

2) The second approach is to get your Stampin Up downline members to feel part of the team, something bigger than themselves, so they want to stay part of the group. Stampin Up team webinars, live training events, and getting on the phone with your new people can all foster a team experience. This approach can get people to rely on you to motivate them. You’ll end up with many underperforming team members who stick around for the team connection but sponsor few or no people into Stampin Up.

You’re a business owner, not a group therapist. A totally different approach to addressing attrition is not to try to increase retention, but to make attrition almost irrelevant to your business. To make retention less important to your business, promote affiliate products that can easily add a dozen or more new streams of income. By diversifying your revenue sources, you are not as reliant on Stampin Up for income. When you depend less on your downline for income, attrition matters less. A second way to make attrition less important is to promote a high ticket opportunity that pays commissions of $1,000 or more per sale. In contrast, most network marketing comp plans such as Stampin Up pay a $50-$100 sign-up bonus for each new rep you sponsor, forcing you to build a large team and build a large residual check to make a full-time income. If you earn a commission of $800 or more each time you sponsor a new rep, it’s like you’re earning 3-4 years of residual income checks up front, so it doesn’t matter if this new person quits, because you get paid so much up front. This approach makes attrition almost irrelevant to your business!

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