Step 8: Build Your Consumer Base

 Building a Customer Base

You build your customer base through product sales to produce an immediate and lucrative income. Use tools (see Resources and Presentations) instead of persuasion.

Once you have a new customer, your job is to support their experience.   You want your customers to get the best result possible, so follow-up is key—and it doesn’t end with the sale. Regular contact and connection, plus our life-changing products, can mean a customer for life!  Customer volume is an important piece of a stable residual check.  Leverage is a key concept in network marketing.  You create product leverage with consumer volume that happens month after month, without continually having to create new sales.

In New Earth’s compensation plan, you are rewarded handsomely for this job–20% commission on the bonusable (wholesale) value of products–with no volume requirement!  You are also paid on customer volume up to five levels deep.

Most of the strategies and techniques throughout this training apply to finding customers as well as partners. 

Some quick ideas include:

  • Check out your geographical area thoroughly to locate businesses that might be good customer prospects, or whose client base could be good customers. 
  • Remember to consider ALL the product categories covered by Simplexity Health.  Think about your interests and how our products support what you are building. Our product lines support building in the animal market; the sports and fitness sector; and the health and wellness niche.   Our products support holistic healing and health professionals. 
  • Where ever people gather regularly, such as hair salons and spas, offer a venue to share the products.

Use a variety of strategies to reach these markets. The goal is the create interest and generate a stream of leads. You want people to contact YOU!

Recommended:  Find connectioning ideas in the Step 4 Resources section of this training.  As you create your connecting strategies, remember that you are looking for both consumers and partners.