Ivybot review – ivybot scam

IvyBot Review – IvyBot Scam

A lot of talk has been going on about the new IvyBot Forex trading robot. Naturally, the most important question is whether the IvyBot is a scam or does it really work IvyBot Review.

This is an understandable question since there are a lot of useless Forex products out there which are hardly worth the price being charged for them. Is the IvyBot any different IvyBot Review.

What we’re looking for are results, and in this case, the results speak for themselves: IvyBot has been run on data since 2001 and to this day, over 8 years worth of testing data. In each year, it has never fallen below the 400% profit margin. These are highly impressive results and they make it clear that IvyBot does work.

Of course, there are times when the market goes wild and behaves in an unexpected manner. When this happens, it is hard for any robot to deliver continuous IvyBot Review profits. Needless to say, you will experience some losses with Ivybot from time to time. However, these losses are unlikely go on as what makes this robot special isn’t just the unique trading models on which it runs but how it is updated on a weekly basis by a team of professionals to ensure that it behaves as it should in current market conditions.

These weekly updates are the key to make this IvyBot Review robot perform as it should for a long period of time. As the market changes so does your main trading tool. If it’s a robot which isn’t updated, you may be in trouble, but if it’s updated as this robot is, then you will likely experience good results.

Ivybot has excellent reviews and testimonials so I am sure it will perform well. As it comes with a 60 day money back guarantee and is easy to test, you IvyBot Review have nothing to gain and all to lose.

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Is hosting your membership program making you lazy

Is Hosting Your Membership Program Making You Lazy?

Whether you’re currently hosting a membership program or plan to host one in the near future, there are some trends which have popped up that you’ll want to be aware of.

First, let me define what I mean by “membership program”:

Any program or service which results in you receiving automatic, recurring revenue:

* It could be ongoing with no definitive end
* It could be 12 weeks, 6-months, or any defined period of time
* It could be a program with benefits such as teleseminars and a forum
* It could be a service such as Team Sandy or website maintenance

You get the idea. . .

I’m seeing two different, yet similar trends when it comes to membership programs:

1. Membership program hosts are getting “lazy” by over-repurposing their materials and using the same info again and again without interjecting anything new.

In reviewing a potential new client’s offerings recently, I noticed that she offered the same basic material to everyone who hired her, regardless of the level (from basic membership to private 1-on-1) they came in at.

While that itself isn’t bad and is actually a smart thing to do, she stopped there. Her private 1-on-1 clients didn’t get anything more than those investing in her lowest end programs.

It was immediately clear why her high end clients were leaving and not re-upping: she was resting on what she’d already done/provided and not offering more (a.k.a. “laziness”) and it was costing her tens of thousands of dollars.

2. Membership program hosts are getting “lazy” in that they’re not creating new programs and services as their membership programs are steadily bringing in revenue and they’ve gotten used to that revenue level.

Membership programs are great! If they’re successful, you get a notice from your shopping cart each day telling you how much revenue is automatically coming in. It’s a fabulous feeling and one that, sadly enough, can lead to laziness since you *know* money’s coming in and so you end up being “too busy” to write that new program, product, whatever.

It’s another form of resting on what you’ve done. . .as you sit and wonder why you’re not reaching your revenue goals.

My Request To You

If you’ve been reading my stuff for any length of time, then you know I highly recommend creating a marketing and promotional calendar which lists out which programs, products and services you’ll be offering — in as much detail as you know.

If you’re not sure about the details, no worries. . .write it in and create the spot for something to come into. :-)

Now’s the time to take that calendar out (or start one) and, looking at it with a critical eye, ask yourself:

“Is this the marketing calendar of a growing business, a plateaued business or a declining business?”

Once you have your answer, act accordingly. . .

How to develop and stick to an agenda for your meetings

How To Develop And Stick To An Agenda For Your Meetings

Excerpted from The Truth About Getting your Point Across…And Nothing But the Truth

A colleague of mine was responsible for running a bi-weekly two-hour team meeting. He took great care to develop a very full, detailed agenda. As we would get into the meeting, it would only take us getting to agenda item one before the meeting was behind schedule. During the entire time that my colleague ran these meetings, we never got more than halfway through the agenda before adjourning. The team got so used to not making it through the agenda that there wasn’t even an attempt to try to stay on schedule. The agenda and associated times were completely unrealistic and were worthless as a meeting management tool.

An effective agenda goes beyond start time, location, topics, and durations. Effective agendas do the following:

* Support the meeting purpose

* Set the expectations of attendees as to what will be discussed

* Inform attendees of any preparation that will be required prior to the meeting

* Give the meeting leader a roadmap for driving the agenda

* Permit adequate time to cover each item

* Allow the meeting leader to adjust the agenda easily if the meeting gets behind schedule

Having said all this, there is a guiding principle the meeting owner needs to follow: The meeting owner drives the agenda, not the other way around. There are times where you may have a concise meeting purpose and specific agenda items to address the meeting purpose, but the actual meeting deviates from the agenda. Be open to the agenda change; just make sure the meeting purpose is still being met. Doing this requires the meeting owner be very in-tune to what is going on in the meeting and footing it back to what is happening on the agenda. If the actual meeting is deviating from the agenda, the meeting owner needs to consciously decide if the deviation is appropriate or if it needs to be nipped in the bud. There’s no secret sauce on this; it means keeping the original meeting’s purpose in mind, observing what is actually happening in the meeting, and continually assessing whether the meeting’s purpose is being met.

So, what are some good tips to developing effective agenda? Consider these next time you have to plan a meeting:

* Have a tight, focused meeting purpose – You’ve called the meeting for a reason; make sure that the purpose is explicit and achievable. A good sanity check on this is that you should be able to complete this sentence: “At the end of this meeting we should be able to _______.”

* Cross-foot your agenda items with the meeting purpose – As you’re crafting your agenda items, make sure that each item is doing something to support the meeting purpose. If the items don’t support the meeting purpose either change the agenda item or change the purpose. Don’t confuse the attendees by having agenda items that don’t support the meeting purpose

* Be realistic with allocated agenda item times – Don’t put overly aggressive times on the agenda that you in your heart know you’re not going to achieve. Planning 90 minutes worth of meeting in 60 minutes means you’ll only get through 2/3 of the meeting or the meeting will run over by at least 30 minutes. Don’t wish for best case; put reality down.

* Distribute the agenda at least one day before the meeting – Meeting attendees want to know what is going to be discussed and if there is preparation that is needed prior to the meeting. Give them a day if possible to review the agenda and get mentally prepared for the meeting.

* Put the most important agenda items at the front of the meeting – Cover your top items first. There are two reasons for this: first, you’ll ensure that the most important items get covered. Second, you’ll keep attendee attention better by covering the most important items earlier. If they are put later in the agenda then you’ll see some chomping at the bit as you go through lesser important agenda items first.

* Have as your last agenda item an “action items review” section – I’ve seen way too many meetings happen in my career where the end of the meeting comes, everyone leaves, but there is no agreement on what actions need to be taken out of the meeting. In your action items review, indicate what the action items are, who is responsible for each action item, and when the action item needs to be completed by.

* Have a contingency plan in place for when agenda items run over – Even with the best-planned meetings, sometimes agenda items take longer than expected. Have a plan for how you are going to accommodate the change, which could mean shortening some other agenda items or eliminating an agenda item completely

Build tight, realistic, achievable agendas. You’ll get more done, reduce attendee frustration, and make the best use of everyone’s time. Just don’t be a slave to the agenda if you see the agenda won’t accomplish the meeting’s purpose.

How to source wholesale jewellery online part i

How to Source Wholesale Jewellery Online Part I

There are two traditional methods of sourcing jewellery from wholesalers. The first method, most widely used by small, independent retailers, is to visit a showroom of one of the many established wholesalers in person. The second method, more common amongst larger chains and businesses, is to have a rep from these same wholesale companies pay you a visit with a collection of catalogues. The problem with both of these methods, is you’re very limited in the number of wholesalers you can see, and in the new lines of jewellery you can find.

How many showrooms can you visit in a day? And how many sales reps can you convince to come visit you, if you have the time?

The solution, as with just about every business and commercial decision these days, is to look online. The number of wholesalers, both new and established, that have an online presence is growing every month. And retailers who look online can often find new and exciting lines of jewellery that can be difficult, if not impossible to source elsewhere.

Online businesses are more than simply arms of already established businesses. In many cases, the best online companies do not have an offline presence at all. Companies such as Amazon and Dell started online, and continue to sell only online. The wholesale jewellery business is no different. While it is true that many of the wholesale companies with large showrooms and sales teams do have websites, they are rarely numbered amongst the best online jewellery suppliers.

Running an online business is not the same as selling from a showroom, or having an experienced sales rep sit in front of a customer for two hours pushing the merits of their necklaces or bracelets. Online, the quality of the jewellery needs to be good enough to sell itself. The customer is in control at all times, and can leave at any moment. You’re competing with 1001 other online wholesalers, many of them selling similar lines to yourself, at similar prices. Established, bricks and mortar wholesalers, have no advantage in the online world, where everyone operates at the same level.

But with so many web wholesalers to chose from, how do you find the good suppliers? The purpose of this article is to outline the different methods of finding wholesale jewellery suppliers online, detail the pros and cons of each, and in doing so, point you in the right direction for when you begin your own search. Only a small percentage of jewellery retailers have yet embraced online purchasing, and it is these very retailers who are finding the best of the new suppliers, and the most original and unique lines of new stock.

It’s a well known fact that large, long established businesses are loathe to change. This is as true of jewellery wholesalers as it is of any other business. What this means for retailers, is that if they continue to source their jewellery the old fashioned way, they are in real danger of being left behind. And with the current economic climate being anything but forgiving, this is not somewhere a retailer wants to be.

How to choose the best mlm leads

How To Choose The Best MLM Leads

Over the years the multi level marketing business has gotten a black eye because of the over hyped promises of money and freedom. Very few people have ever achieved a high level of success in any MLM business. And even fewer have ever been able to maintain the level of achievements over a period of time.

That does not make MLM companies bad. Nor does it make the opportunities they afford the average person as a way to make extra money or even as a way to drastically change your lifestyle. It can be done and using MLM leads is a great way to do it.

There are 2 big benefits to buying MLM leads.

1. It gets you away from approaching your friends and relatives. If you have been in more than one MLM business over the years you may have already approached them and used up your credibility when you were unsuccessful.

2. This is a duplicatible way to build your business that you can pass on to your downline. Any successful network marketing business will tell you that one of the main components of success is duplication. Anyone can buy leads and work them over the phone or thru the internet with the use of an autoresponder.

If you are unsure of how to work a lead over the phone I would suggest getting the book Recruit Your Way To Millions by Fred Stegge. After reading this book you will be able to explain what you do and what you offer to a new prospect in 30 seconds or less. recruit your way

If you are unsure of what an autoresponder is or how to use one read this article I wrote How To Effectively Use An Autoresponder. This is an absolutely essential business tool if you are going to succeed online with your MLM business.

Now that you understand some of the benefits of buying MLM leads and how to market to them lets take a look at what are the characteristics of the Best MLM Leads.

1. How many times are the leads sold Many MLM lead companies sell their leads over and over. You will be contacting a prospect that has already been marketed to. Personally I like leads that are exclusive to me.

2. How old are the leads Would you rather contact a prospect that has expressed an interest in the past 48 hours or in the past 48 days. Being able to strike while the iron is hot so to speak is a great benefit of a fresh lead.

3. How many leads do you get for your money Obviously the more leads you can get for the best price the more leads you can buy at a time. This is especially important when you are first starting or when you are helping your downline get started.

4. What is the quality of the lead Nothing compares to a lead that contains both a phone number and email address along with a few qualifying answers to questions like How much can you invest to get started or How soon do you want to get started or When is the best time to contact you If a prospect is answering these type of questions you are getting a much better quality lead than if you just have a name and email address.

5. What is the response rate This will improve as your skill level at working your leads improves, but the fresher higher quality leads will give you a better response rate even when your skill level is low.

6. Do your leads come with any extras such as an autoresponder, training on how to work leads, pre written email marketing letters, phone scripts, your own website, flash presentations, etc.

These are the top qualities of the Best MLM Leads. Be careful when choosing a place to get your leads. Not all MLM Lead companies are created equal. It is going to be the single most important decision you make when trying to grow your MLM Business. Make the wrong choice and you will waste your time and money as well as the time and money of your downline. Make the right choice and you can be building your business successfully for years to come.

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