If you wish to become a top earner in Forever Living Products, you need a way to promote to thousands of people- not just to the small number of friends and family people in companies such as Forever Living Products are taught to approach.
Marketing more than the competition in Forever Living Products means generating more web traffic and creating a greater number of leads on a regular basis than other marketers in Forever Living Products.
If you're doing article and video marketing, then go ahead and publish a larger number of articles, videos, and blog entries than everyone else promoting Forever Living Products.
Every time you implement more advertising, then you should place more ads, in more places, than everyone else promoting Forever Living Products.
Every time you do webinars to present Forever Living Products then go ahead and do several webinars every single week. Not once every month or so.
Being an extremely prolific marketer means sending an email broadcast with useful tactics (and a call to action!) to your Forever Living Products opt-in leads list each day. Not sometimes. Daily!
Get an edge by just plain IMPLEMENTING MORE MARKETING, FOLLOW UP ACTIVITIES AND DOING MORE PRESENTATIONS than the competition marketing Forever Living Products.
If you drive more website traffic, bring in a larger number of leads, and conduct more webinars than others, you will most likely generate more income than others in Forever Living Products.
Does this keep everything duplicable strategy actually work? For a very small percentage of marketers, yes, this strategy is effective.
But for the masses of network marketers in opportunities such as Forever Living Products, keeping all the activities in their business simple will NOT necessarily promote duplication.
The "keep everything duplicable" strategy that network marketers in Forever Living Products are taught (like some ancient gospel) actually only causes 20% of the people to sponsor anyone. And they tend to sponsor a tiny number of people!
The strategy to "keep it simple" sounds great but in practice does NOT invoke high levels of duplication. In fact, this strategy creates problems very few people ever recognize.
The most popular tactic to keep things simple is "warm market recruiting", making a list of friends and family and then prospecting them to try to get them to join Forever Living Products. People promote this strategy not because it's the most effective tactic, but because it's the simplest.
Warm market recruiting can lead people to quit Forever Living Products. After a person runs out of friends and family to talk to about their Forever Living Products business, they often get frustrated and quit the business. They literally have NO IDEA how to do the one thing that can bring in new reps like clockwork, day in and day out: marketing and advertising their Forever Living Products business properly.
When you attempt to help EVERY new Forever Living Products rep in your organization get into profit quickly, you spend LOTS of time helping your worst-performing new reps, the people who can't sponsor anyone by themselves. This takes focus away from your best people, the top 20% of your Forever Living Products downline that will drive 80% of all your income. Spending most of your time on the weakest 20% of your people just fosters dependency.