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Title: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: JesseRussell on August 11, 2006, 10:32:12 AM
I'm new to the business. On general terms, what are people's findings in regards to the following: Generally, how long (or how many people) does it take to sign up 1 new member that remains active?

Or to put it in terms of a week or a month, what is a general rule? I.E., sending 40 invites usually brings in 1-2 people, or 10-12...something.


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: JesseRussell on August 12, 2006, 04:13:45 AM
also - i won't lie... I am a sucker for instant gratification. Is there any way to get even 2 or 3 people started? I just want to get this to be real for me. Once I have this, I'll feel a bit more comfortable about this all.


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: Rinus V on August 21, 2006, 03:30:03 AM
Hi

I just started as well.

I think most important is to have a positive attitude to start with and a good relationship with your upline.
I am in contact with my upline every 2nd day or sometimes even on a daily basis. All 5 uplines are available for you to contact and they can probably give you good advice on how to get started.

Best of luck!

Rinus Van Boven


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: AlanZ on August 21, 2006, 10:21:30 AM
You must remember that everyone is different and we all have a different "sphere of
influence."  For the last 6 years (before GDI) I have been adding names and e-mail
addresses to my e-mail distribution list.  I do newsletters and once GDI came into the
picture, I immediately had people in my organization.  I put people on drip campaigns.

Anything I promote I will have some success with.  I don't mean to be bragging but
your list really is everthing.  Again, I did start my list 6 years ago and it is working.

I hope this helps,

Alan


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: L_Graham on August 22, 2006, 07:17:50 AM
Hi Alan,

What is a Drip Campaign? 

Lynda


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: AlanZ on August 22, 2006, 12:06:47 PM
Hi Lynda:

Drip campaigns are friendly little reminder e-mails.  A person has to be exposed to something
6 to 7 times to take action (like a dripping faucet).  From my website, I give away free stuff
to capture information (name, e-mail address) and then put people on a drip campaign.

All I have ever wanted from people is to just SEE the GDI Flash Presentation (the 7 minute
one).  First e-mail they receive, probably gets deleted (Sunday, don't want to do any
work.  Second e-mail from me also probably gets deleted (busy, life gets in the way).  About
after 5 to 7 e-mails someone responds.  They either remove their name from my mailing or
take a look at the GDI Flash Presentation.  My e-mails are short and create mystery so the only
way for a person to learn more about what I am talking is to see the GDI Flash presentation.

I usually get 3 to 4 sign ups each month.

I hope this helps,

Alan


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: L_Graham on August 23, 2006, 05:36:37 AM
Hi Alan,

Thanks so much for the info, very helpful.  What you are doing makes alot
of sense.  Good to know you are out there to help.

Lynda


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: MohsinY on August 23, 2006, 05:41:09 AM
Friends, My name is Mohsin, I joined WS today a few hours ago. Please send tips "How to promote the site' Will be greatfull.

Thanks


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: Dean G on September 16, 2006, 10:56:04 PM
Hello all

I been a member for about two weeks.
I been getting hundreds of hits and a few prospects but no takers.
Can someone give me a letter to email that might reel this people in.

Thanks
Dean


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: P_Mahoney on September 20, 2006, 08:05:11 AM
hi Dean G,you say you have been a member only 2 weeks and have been getting hundreds of hits....what are you doing exactly to get so many hits.
thanks, p mahoney


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: Besma B on September 27, 2006, 12:28:56 PM
Hi
Well I'm still finding some difficilties in builiding my downline.. but I will never give up...  >:(


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: MarkAustin on November 12, 2006, 05:37:46 AM
How long it take depends on how acrive you are in promting your business.  There are tons of ways to advertise your business.  Classifieds online and newspaper.  FFA, forum sig files, blogs, capture pages, google add words, adsense by google, posting articals, safelists.  Depending on your advertising methods, you will want to advertise the product or service, not the opportunity.

Mark Austin


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: PWilliams on December 27, 2006, 09:09:40 AM
Me too. I have been with GDI for a little over 2 weeks and have received over 600 hits but no signups.  Using trafficswarm,instant buzz,and safelists. But no signups. Can someone send me an email campaign that is working for them to generate signups.

Thanks,

Portia


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: mack88 on December 27, 2006, 09:21:22 AM
Hi Portia,

Hits from traffic exchanges do not produce signups..they guarantee you traffic/hits to your website which is what you are receiving.  What gets you signups is introducing your GDI business to people that you know.  That is why GDI created the invite system.  For every 10-15 people you introduce GDI to, you may receive 1 sign up.  So let's say you know 250 people, You may get 15-20 signups from them.  If they do the same, the same results.  Now I do not guarantee the results, but they are typical.

If you do not want to use the invite system.  The create a simple email and send it to people that you know:

Hi First Name,

I recently started a new home business.  Check out my website at www.Freedom.ws/Username or www.movie.ws/UserName/FirstName&LastName.  I'll contact you later.

Your Name Go Here


That's it in a nutshell.

Frank



Me too. I have been with GDI for a little over 2 weeks and have received over 600 hits but no signups.  Using trafficswarm,instant buzz,and safelists. But no signups. Can someone send me an email campaign that is working for them to generate signups.

Thanks,

Portia


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: Alan Sheffield on December 27, 2006, 06:45:47 PM
Hi Lynda:

Drip campaigns are friendly little reminder e-mails.  A person has to be exposed to something
6 to 7 times to take action (like a dripping faucet).  From my website, I give away free stuff
to capture information (name, e-mail address) and then put people on a drip campaign.

All I have ever wanted from people is to just SEE the GDI Flash Presentation (the 7 minute
one).  First e-mail they receive, probably gets deleted (Sunday, don't want to do any
work.  Second e-mail from me also probably gets deleted (busy, life gets in the way).  About
after 5 to 7 e-mails someone responds.  They either remove their name from my mailing or
take a look at the GDI Flash Presentation.  My e-mails are short and create mystery so the only
way for a person to learn more about what I am talking is to see the GDI Flash presentation.

I usually get 3 to 4 sign ups each month.

I hope this helps,

Alan


I've found that this is a good marketing strategy. The KEY is a good subject line and to keep the messages short.


Title: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: J_Caldwell on February 26, 2007, 04:18:27 PM
Yup first sign up in my first 24 hours!! Im really excited. Im looking to do GDI And stop working for someone else and work for myself. Im really motivated especially since I have a baby due in April and maternity leave just isnt going to cut it!! Ive been posting ads in forums and the free classified sites. Any tips for me to maximize my income? I plan on ordering my dvds so I can get the bonus money. Do I have to have ordered the dvds before my signups are counted towards my bonus money?
Thanks for any replies!!
Julenne


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: S_Alcoya on March 05, 2007, 02:25:49 PM
Congrads on your first sign up. Just keep going. Remember
helping your downline is the key to success.


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: DanielM1 on March 06, 2007, 03:26:57 AM
Hey congrats:

Order your DVD's now and then wehn you get 5 you are eligble for the bonus. (Get 10 that's 200 etc etc etc) Good luck.

Daniel M


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: RobH on March 06, 2007, 03:17:38 PM
Congrads on your first sign up. Just keep going. Remember
helping your downline is the key to success.



HELP IM NOT GETTING ANYONE!!!!


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: DPro on March 09, 2007, 10:36:27 AM
Quote
HELP IM NOT GETTING ANYONE!!!!

If you could share what you have been doing to promote your site, perhaps we can help you better.


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: NelsonG on March 12, 2007, 03:29:28 AM
I also need help on getting signups! I've been working on my business for 3 days non stop and still haven't received any signups! What am I doing wrong? HELP PLEASE! Thanks!!


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Daniel_Tetreault on March 12, 2007, 11:39:38 PM
Congratulations.

My name is Daniel Tetreault

First sign up within 24 hours!  That is pretty amazing. I have been doing this thing for 3 months and not one signup.  How did you do it?  What forums are you posting to? And what is your ad saying?

I really need some help.

I would love just a few sign ups to keep my hopes and spirits up!

Sincerely,

Daniel
 ::)


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Alan Sheffield on March 18, 2007, 01:11:14 PM
Congratulations.

My name is Daniel Tetreault

First sign up within 24 hours!  That is pretty amazing. I have been doing this thing for 3 months and not one signup.  How did you do it?  What forums are you posting to? And what is your ad saying?

I really need some help.

I would love just a few sign ups to keep my hopes and spirits up!

Sincerely,

Daniel
 ::)



Make personal contact with people. There is no secret here or anywhere in networking.

Invite - Follow-up - Repeat. 

More activity from the person in the mirror.

Cheers


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Pamela Hutchison on April 27, 2007, 04:30:52 AM
congrads on the signup, hope you have had many more by now

For those of us who haven't made it yet, stay strong & work hard. There are people out there waiting for that email or contact.


Title: My First SignUp!
Post by: AaronS on June 13, 2007, 12:21:16 PM
After 24 days in the business I got my first signup! woo hoo


Title: Re: My First SignUp!
Post by: SergeB on June 13, 2007, 12:37:42 PM
After 24 days in the business I got my first signup! woo hoo

WoW...This Is GOOD !

I'am Happy You YOU

Keep Up  :)


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: JAdkins on July 31, 2007, 03:46:40 AM
Hello Everyone!!!

I was also fortunate to get my 1st signup within 24 hours! My first signup was through the invite system! USE IT! The law of averages is on our side! Aside of the invite system, I use craigslist and eBay! They work! I was promoting the opportunity, and have recently started promoting the product.

I am going into month 3.....I have 7 on my front line......and a total of 42 downline members! Take 30 to 60 minutes a day and focus on promoting either the opportunity or product!

John



Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Werner Hattingh on September 17, 2007, 05:26:48 AM
Hello Everyone!!!

I was also fortunate to get my 1st signup within 24 hours! My first signup was through the invite system! USE IT! The law of averages is on our side! Aside of the invite system, I use craigslist and eBay! They work! I was promoting the opportunity, and have recently started promoting the product.

I am going into month 3.....I have 7 on my front line......and a total of 42 downline members! Take 30 to 60 minutes a day and focus on promoting either the opportunity or product!

John



Wow, That is impressive..

Keep it up, thank you for sharing and please do not stop giving advice.  Please post more ... you will give many people hope.

Cheers

Werner


Title: Re: How long does it take to...
Post by: Darren Olander on September 17, 2007, 04:33:06 PM
Hi Portia,

Hits from traffic exchanges do not produce signups..they guarantee you traffic/hits to your website which is what you are receiving.  What gets you signups is introducing your GDI business to people that you know.  That is why GDI created the invite system.  For every 10-15 people you introduce GDI to, you may receive 1 sign up.  So let's say you know 250 people, You may get 15-20 signups from them.  If they do the same, the same results.  Now I do not guarantee the results, but they are typical.

If you do not want to use the invite system.  The create a simple email and send it to people that you know:

Hi First Name,

I recently started a new home business.  Check out my website at www.Freedom.ws/Username or www.movie.ws/UserName/FirstName&LastName.  I'll contact you later.

Your Name Go Here


That's it in a nutshell.

Frank



Me too. I have been with GDI for a little over 2 weeks and have received over 600 hits but no signups.  Using trafficswarm,instant buzz,and safelists. But no signups. Can someone send me an email campaign that is working for them to generate signups.

Thanks,

Portia

Well.. I don't think we should give out the wrong idea.. because I use traffic exchanges effectively.. this last week I sponsored 7 into GDI and one of my main traffic sources are traffic exchanges. I do however use my own website on the exchanges (not the GDI pages) and then later they are introduced to GDI. Also the most profitable way to use exchanges is to get referrals into them. What I would recommend to do is create your own lead capture page - something that will get a visitors interest within 10 seconds of viewing your page. I am getting one free signup (into my website) for every 800 credits on traffic swarm.



Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: AAmos on October 01, 2007, 04:44:27 AM
I just got my first sign up after about a month in GDI! I'm very excited, but during that first month I never gave up. You have to do GDI everyday in order to be successful. You have to be willing to work your business for however long it takes to get that first sign up. It'll be worth it, trust me! ;D

AAmos


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: S_Proescholdt on November 10, 2007, 03:37:23 PM
I have been in GDI now for almost 2 weeks.  I started with people I personally knew, and knew they would never join.  One is a lady wanting me to join her business. Which I will, for the product, but not for the opportunity.  I never thought she would join, but she did, for the product. lol 

My sister was the next one I tried out.  She said no no no, in about 20 different ways before I even got the dvd to her house.  Then I told her that I would pay for her membership fee, and build her down line for her because I wanted her in line for the checks. That made her a bit angry with me, and she told me that she wants to see her sister not a commercial. heh  :D  Finally, I shut up.  Showed her the DVD ...and she said "geez, all you had to do was show me the DVD sis!"  HEHEHE

The next toughest sell, well my father.  My approach with him was different. I used the hey dad check this out, I want to make sure it is a good thing. Because if it is I really think our whole family can benefit from it. And your opinion is important to me.  He said that he can not stand this type of stuff, but he likes GDI.  He is currently waiting to get a credit card, because he lives in China, and the cards he had can only be used in China.  (He works for one of the biggest import export companies in China) He and my other sister do. She will join under him.    We have made this a family affair. My brother signed me up. My mom is about to sign up under my sister, and when my Dad joins I will be placing him under my sister, this way my older brother and my older sister and myself will be able to keep an eye on our parents. heh 8) ITS OUR TURN!

This week I am working on my ex-husband and his wife. I know they will join. I will make sure of it.
I am also working on my best friend( from high school- 20 years and still best friends)  this week. ( She could really use the money)

Keep in mind these are all people that when I joined I thought. Well, they wont touch this. But they did. So do not be afraid of the people you know.   I have goals and am going to build a good business for myself and I have started out with a great team. 

Oh and my little brother is just waiting for my mom to join so he can join under her.  Drag in the people that you trust and love the most.  You will have a strong motivation to stay in, and succeed.

Other than that I have summited my site to 100,000 search engines which I was told about by a GDI member in this forum.  She said she had great success with this, and I am waiting on some very targeted verified leads from this great company (15years)

I have my welcome to GDI letter ready, and I even have my husband who will be joining soon. I have plans for him, and he is fine with that. Besides he is a sales man of integrity, and currently passing out my business cards to his costumers that buy used cars from him.

The answers are right under your nose. Good luck to all.

Happy to be here and thankful to GDI for this opportunity!

Sincerely, Stephanie :)


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: JeffryW on February 06, 2008, 10:41:55 AM
Hello Everyone!!!

I was also fortunate to get my 1st signup within 24 hours! My first signup was through the invite system! USE IT! The law of averages is on our side! Aside of the invite system, I use craigslist and eBay! They work! I was promoting the opportunity, and have recently started promoting the product.

I am going into month 3.....I have 7 on my front line......and a total of 42 downline members! Take 30 to 60 minutes a day and focus on promoting either the opportunity or product!

John



how, in particular, do you use ebay to promote either the opportunity or the product?


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: DPro on February 09, 2008, 07:14:58 AM
I have read from successful internet marketers on how to generate leads from there.
First you offer a super low price ebook which comes with master resale rights (offer at $0.01)
when you get people to buy it, they will be a potential lead.

So it is good if you write your own ebook with links inside to your GDI business.
This way when the buyer distributes your report, they will spreading your link to everyone.

Another strategy in ebay is to contact ebay power sellers and offer them your ebook for free.
So you don't have to even sell your ebook yourself, but get the power sellers to do it for you.


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Dean Leverett on March 09, 2008, 05:46:28 AM
That sounds like an awesome idea.  I also love writing blogs and articles to "brand" yourself on the net.  Let people learn your name and they're bound to look at what you have available :-)

To Your Continued Success,
Dean L Leverett


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Dwayne H on March 14, 2008, 04:18:36 AM
my problem with email solicitation is that with my own,,, and that is the most experience i have,  if i dont recognize the source or who it came from or if they are someone i tried to gain info from their free or inticing ad,, i do not open email from anyone i dont know bottom line. is this just me?


Title: I signed up two members today!
Post by: BradK on July 09, 2008, 04:03:08 AM
Just wanted to say how happy I am to be back. Signed up two today! Woohoo!!!

Brad


Title: Re: I signed up two members today!
Post by: H_Martell on July 09, 2008, 04:43:45 AM
Great Brad,

No the key to remember now is to followup with these prospects and find out more about them.

1. Goals.
2. Qualifying questions why they want a home business
3. Prior companies
4. Get them to the training mentioned on the .WS Internet Radio Show from leaders who care.

Take care,



Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: RaymondW on August 31, 2008, 03:28:31 PM
Well it sounds great.  I sent out my invites (200) to my email aquaintances and have one with two domains, and four others at this writing that are good leads.  I have finished an email to take them back to ordering.  It is a work in progress.  I just requested of my upline to send me copies of what he uses for followup.  I am sure he is doing well.  I expect to do well and have a very positive outlook on this.  Stay confident, this will work, it will over the future change your life in such a way that you will want to give more of this information to your aquaintances.  As a golfer, visualizing future shots and having confidence in the club I choose to hit with makes all the difference between a good and bad shot.  Try it you will be come empowered to do well.

Good Luck is persistence and increasing your presence in your work.  It is investing in yourself and believing in your abilities to do well.

Aloha all,

Kaioli


Title: first prospect
Post by: LFrye on November 13, 2008, 09:47:20 AM
After you post an ad and someone emails you back asking for more information, what do I send them next. When I did that I was invited to an online meeting. Where do I find that to send? Is that the invitation that goes out when you put thier first & last name into the invite system?

Thanks for your help :)

Lisa


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Dawrk Ness on March 15, 2009, 01:24:19 PM
Hey all, in 4 days I have gotten 2 prospects and one sign up. ;)



Title: it's been a week and today i got my first signup HURRRRAYYY:)))
Post by: Beres Istvan on August 19, 2009, 09:57:41 AM
i started on the 12-th and with a little work i just got my first signup ..after one week....i am so excited about future prospects in this business ...the wheels are in motion ...sparks are flying...

good luck to everyone with your sign-ups.

Istvan from Romania

P.S. to all those who didn't get any signups don't give up,the key to your success is in your hands.


Title: Re: it's been a week and today i got my first signup HURRRRAYYY:)))
Post by: James Young on August 19, 2009, 10:11:10 PM
Istvan well done I am sure you have a fantastic future here with GDI!!!

Best Wishes,
James


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Diane M Mumm on August 20, 2009, 12:19:28 PM
Hi Jesse, there really is not an exact of amount of time.. it really depends the amount of time and effort  you are putting in.. This is different for everyone because of experience levels. 

It is all about getting yourself out there , communicating and learning .. this  business will reward you just need to give it time.

and you can never give up , giving up is no option if this really is your passion ..

Much Success


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Luke Kirkby on September 03, 2009, 12:40:38 PM
Hey Guys,

Im new to this site and i was wondering when iv made my site and people want to register how does website.ws know that i have refered them? Also do I have to purchase the DVD's in order to earn commission?

Thanks for all your help.

Luke


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: KennyMeeks on September 17, 2009, 09:10:52 PM
I got my first sign up today, I wish I could get more.


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: EddieTune on September 21, 2009, 07:01:14 AM
I"m new to all this stuff that people here are talking about,blogs trafficlist,swarms,what is all this stuff, I'm just a down home country guy thats got with this program to try to make money, I have no idea how but i'm sure i'll figure it out one of these days.  I don't have the capital to advertise, I've been using twitter,facebook,myspace but that's it.  I don't have a clue as to what or even where all these thing are that have been mentioned here.  Thanks Eddie


Title: got my first sign up great stuff???
Post by: MarkC4 on January 21, 2010, 06:32:59 PM
ive been a member just over a month but the first week i join back in december my laptop crashed
on me so ive just got it back over a week a go got loads of catching uo to do im not going to spend
 a penny on anything you shouldent have to spend a great beal of money to make money so im all
 out looking and joining all the free stuff and i hope this 1st sign up is the start off somin great im sure
 it is im looking forward in helping people when the time is right chears marko


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: VParker on January 24, 2010, 08:47:47 AM
Congratulations Marko!  Keep at it!  You mention that you shouldn't have to spend a lot of money to make money.  I'm going to agree and disagree with you there.  In my opinion there is one thing that you should never feel bad about spending your money on and that is training materials.  Go to your local bookstore and look for some books on copywriting (the art of writing good copy), marketing and personal development in business.  Names like Og Mandino, Zig Ziglar and Anthony Robbins.  Rich Dad Poor Dad is a great book.  The Greatest Secret in the World is Another.  Over the Top is great.  How to Win Friends and Influence People is a fantastic one.  There are just a tons of books that will help you.  After all, the more you know the more value you have for others.  The more value you have the more people will want to follow you around and do what you do.

Forgive me, I tend to be long winded.  The purpose of this post...congratulations!!!  :)


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: ElijahCusack on January 29, 2010, 05:11:33 AM
This is my first week and I have 4 so far with very little effort and am very confident of a lot more over the next few weeks, I seriously think this is a no-brainer...such a simple product that's actually useful and at minimal cost, so very few barriers to entry for people you talk to.

It sounds like a good number of you are struggling through various internet marketing strategies, so my advice is to start talking to people instead. Stephanie had it right in her earlier post - start with your immediate centre of influence; your family and friends.

I focus on the opportunity but sell on both product and opportunity equally. I tell people that this is a chance to have their own personalised email address instead of some horrible, unprofessional freemail address and not only can it cost them nothing but they can in fact be paid to have it (and paid bloody well if they put some effort in or find some people who will put some effort in under them). I'm not that fussed about the website side of things because then you kind of need people that want a website whereas everyone uses email.

At the end of the day, they can cancel at anytime, so why not try it for a month or two...I mean what's $10 or $20 to give themselves an opportunity that could give them a significant passive income for the rest of their lives! My next step will be to pay someone an hourly wage to do it full time until they have their own decent downline to support them.

Hope that helps


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Nathan H on February 04, 2010, 02:56:42 AM
Hello all!
My name is Nathan, I am fairly new as well. I am excited to get everything working well soon, but because the investment is so small, I have no worries of failure. I know with time and proper marketing that this business plan will continue to grow and benefit many people.

I have a few websites that I use for marketing. Each site is relatively new with very little traffic, but I try to focus on providing quality content and use passive marketing. I truly hope that my method pays off in the long run.

I plan to recruit my first 5 then do a rotating recruitment placing new recruits under my first level recruits as well as continue to build my first level width. If I have success in recruiting my first level then I believe I should share that with my downline in helping them grow their business and do as I will do.

I truly believe that there is no point in recruiting everyone you can directly into your first level and ignoring your downline. Sure offering them tips is great, but encouraging them with members under them will empower them to do the same making a perpetual growth with virtually unlimited income potential.

Thats my two cents anyways.


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: Andrew_P on March 08, 2010, 07:17:55 AM
When i got my first sign up i was like jaahhooo, what a joy that was!

Tell me and the others on the forum, what was your first reaction when you got the first sign up  this :o or this :D or  ;D
What you felt that moment ?


Title: Re: I got my first signup woohoo!!
Post by: David Minns on May 13, 2010, 12:43:30 PM
The first sign up is critical, it proves the system works.

You then need to work out how to scale the process. You need to think of automatic methods. If it took you 10 hours to get 1 sign up this will not scale if you plan to get 100 per month. This is why your WS site is critical. You need to get the sales message right, then you focus on traffic. This scales well and you can get more signups with the same level of work!

1. The sales pitch on your site must be clear and simple
2. The traffic to your site must be good. Aim for 100 to 200 unique visitors per day
3. Get the traffic from free sources, not paid adverts

Happy Selling,

David


Title: i just started this business is there any one who can help me get going.
Post by: KennethSpecht on July 21, 2011, 10:41:33 AM
i would really appreciate if someone could help me get started with gdi. im 67 years old and kinda of a pc. illiterate PLEASE HELP.  THANKS


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