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ksmusselman 26th July 2012 11:17 AM

The Empower Network - What if ... you're not able to get "all in"??
 
So I keep hearing about getting "all in." I've watched a ton of sales presentations for the $100 - then up and up and up.

What I want to know is for those of us who are literally unable to go the "all in" route and stay with the $25/mo "lower level" per say, and we blog more than one post every day, can we expect to earn enough to "get all in" at a later time?

So for instance, I'm concentrating on EN primarily for my blogging now, taking a different approach by blogging about "whatever," then promoting my PIP and bookmarks and other businesses below the posts.

I'm still doing articles on my PIP blog, at least 2-3 articles per week, but blogging pretty regularly through EN.

So can EN be worked successfully and profitably without getting "all in?" :confused:

Patrician 26th July 2012 11:28 AM

Re: The Empower Network - What if ... you're not able to get "all in"??
 
Hi Kay

It is all relative - of course more people can 'afford' a $25 membership program and then they receive commissions at that level - $25 in $25 out

However if they can afford more than one or ALL the income streams then they are paying way more to get in and they will receive way more when they make sales.

So if it was me, I would want to appeal to both types of prospects.

I would emphasize that the $25 level is just fine for most people. (and when people see that this works as time goes on, i.e., they are earning commissions at this level), then this may encourage them (and help pay for) them to upgrade to more income streams in EN.

I would not ever discount those people that DO have the money to go "All In" and that realize they will earn way more money if they are able to do this. While they may be in the minority in this forum, you would be surprised how many people are joining at this level.

ksmusselman 26th July 2012 11:41 AM

Re: The Empower Network - What if ... you're not able to get "all in"??
 
Thanks! I'm not doing "heavy" aggressive, in-your-face promoting of EN. I did one long post about why I joined up, and like Stone does when you go to register with EN, "it's only $25 to join." Which technically it is. You don't ever have to go beyond the $25 if you don't want to.

Dave & Dave can call me a "wussy" all they want for not getting "all in" or think that I'm not serious about the business by not getting "all in," but until I earn some commissions, "all in" ain't happening! LOL

I guess if/when people sign up under me and decide to go "all in," Stone will be making some money off of my membership until I start making enough to join at a higher level. ROFL

ksmusselman 26th July 2012 02:34 PM

Re: The Empower Network - What if ... you're not able to get "all in"??
 
Okay, so I'm on EN Lesson 8 and I was just congratulated for reaching lesson 8 and so I must be "all in." ROFLMAO!!

Right now, I just want to feel like I'm "all there," let alone being "all in." ;)


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