So, in Parts 1-4 of Your Home Business Success Strategies, we covered
the importance of a domain name, a lead capture page, and autoresponders.
Today, in Part 5, let’s talk about the first page your new lead sees, immediately
after opting in to your Landing Page, or Lead Capture Page – your Thank You
Now some people use what’s called a “Bridge Page”, to welcome a new
subscriber to their Marketing Funnel, before they move on to their Thank
You Page.  In short, a Bridge Page is a website that welcomes someone new to taking
a look at you, your company, your product, or your opportunity, but only
after they’ve opted in. It’s usually positioned between a Landing Page, and a Sales Page, and can
have a video of yourself on it, some written copy, photos, audio, even testimonials
– pretty much anything to warm up your visitors and prepare them for what’s
on the next page.
Now, most Network Marketing Companies & Direct Sales Companies don’t
allow for you to customize your own Sales & Marketing Funnels, simply
because they don’t understand true Internet Marketing.  This is also one of the reasons that a large
percentage of MLM Distributors
& Reps make little to no money in their businesses.  Of course, this not the
only reason, but it’s certainly up there as one of the biggest ones.

A big part of it is that nobody is teaching them this stuff, and so they still
use very old, worn out advertising & marketing strategies that don’t work
today like they did 3 or 4 decades ago.

So, getting back on track now, take note of this distinction:

When you market on Social Media, your friends, fans, and followers
all know, like, and probably trusts you more than they would trust a
complete stranger, so that when they click on your links, they are satisfying
their curiosity about what you are doing.

If they like what they see, they will probably contact you and become
a prospect.

In a cold market, someone who finds your site by clicking on a link they
found online or in their email, is not your friend yet.

So, the Bridge Page makes a HUGE difference when they go to the next
page in your funnel, called, your “Thank You Page”.

Now, the Thank You Page, is a Sales Page. There is no other way to say it.

The page could have a combination of audio, video, and text, and lots of
images, for what’s called Social Proof.

It should also have these things: a Headline, possibly even a Pre-Headline,
a Sub-Headline, a message body, and of course, a Call to Action to get a
visitor to become a customer.

The bottom line, is that the Thank You Page is designed to do one thing;
make sales.

Whether it tells a story, lists out features & benefits, makes comparisons
to other products, services, or companies…

… if the Thank You Page is not good, it won’t matter how good your
Domain is, how much traffic you send to your Landing Page, how many
leads you get into your Autoresponders, or how good your Follow Ups

So, be sure when choosing the right home based business, that you align
with a Company, Product, and Opportunity that understands what a great
Thank You Page is, and that it converts Leads, into Customers (or Sales).

Because at the end of the day, that’s all that matters.

That your business is making sales, making you money, and building a
long term, sustainable income for you and your family.

I’m probably not placing enough importance on this email – so all I will say,
is this:

I do not do ANYTHING, unless it’s 100% legitimate, professional, and high

And, of course, sexy, fun, and highly profitable 😉

That’s why I’m working  this – that’s right – I have started my own Company
and partnered with some 6, 7 & 8 digit earners

Of course, I make no guarantees, except that if you do nothing – nothing will

Think about that for a second.

So, what do you do next? 


If you’ve ever wanted to work side by side with me and my Team, now is your


All I can tell you is that together, we are Making the Industry Great Again.

We are doing something never done before, and the market LOVES it!

You do NOT want to miss this.

I’ll send you Part 6 of your 7 Part Home Business Success Strategies, tomorrow.

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One of the biggest train wrecks about Americans — or really any “first-worlders,” I guess — is their complete inability to understand the need to take a vacation, this significantly affects their happiness. In a given year, Americana leaves about 430 million vacation days on the table. That’s insane. Another word would be “asinine.”

If you go talk to people in American businesses, either informally or via research, the No. 1 reason you always get is “Well, I simply can’t take the time away at work!” That, or some variation on: “If I take a vacation, my boss will think I’m not focused and I’ll lose a shot at a promotion!” No wonder the happiness quotient is so low in many corporate environments.

People take vacations all the time and still get promoted. Promotions are predominantly based on the relationships you’ve built and whether you can make money for the company (and/or tenure). If going away for a week or two is going to jeopardize that, you’re probably working at the wrong place.

Here’s some new research on the value of taking a vacation. To wit:

In The Happiness Advantage, I describe research that shows that when the brain can think positively, productivity improves by 31%, sales increase by 37%, and creativity and revenues can triple. In fact, the conclusion of my HBR magazine article, “Positive Intelligence,” which was based on a decade of research, was that “the greatest competitive advantage in the modern economy is a positive and engaged brain.” To be truly engaged at work, your brain needs periodic breaks to gain fresh perspective and energy.

Very logical. If all you do is grind on deliverables and in-office politics — and believe me, those are there every week in every office, because people ain’t creatures of logic — then how do you even know if you’re doing the work right anymore? At some point, you just become a drone to your office and its culture and politics. If you don’t get out and see something else or experience something else… you’re not really actually helping your office. Bunch of drones chasing the same deliverables in the same way every day, with no breaks? That’s honestly leaving a bunch of money on the table, even if you can’t see it.

Here’s some economic logic, too:

If you’re a salaried employee, and if paid vacation is part of your compensation package, you’re essentially taking a voluntary pay cut when you work instead of taking that vacation time. Why would anyone do that? Four out of 10 employees say that they can’t take their vacation because they have too much work to do. But, think about it this way: Whether or not you take a vacation, you’re still going to have a lot of work to do. Life is finite, and work is infinite.

This is a crucial thing people never seem to understand: the ultimate source of “happiness” isn’t money or work; it’s experiences. You can have experiences in your backyard, yes, but a predominant way to have them is travel. That’s what you should be chasing. The work will always be there.


Here’s another thing of relevance, right? Sometimes I wonder if the real issue with vacation among Americans is that they don’t have the money and they use the “busy” excuse because they feel bad. Earnings are down, but we’re still around 2.8 kids on average for people that have kids. A five-person vacation to somewhere out of the country, or even a mid-level cruise, can cost thousands, even low tens of thousands. Not everyone has that scratch, and if they do, they might want it for something else (education, a nicer car, a bigger house, more Apple products, whatever). So maybe the real issue is money, but the stated issue is busy. The stated issue is almost always “busy,” so why not here too?

What if, though …. what if there’s a path through all this? A better way! I think there is. And I have an angle on it. Start by watching this video about a new product we’re rolling out (slowly) called Travel Light. You’ll save money, earn money (yep, at the same time), and take cooler trips. Interested? Check this video and let’s talk.

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Are you like millions of other business owners and struggle with attrition in business? The fact is, 8 out of every 10 people who join your business will quit. This is difficult for EVERYONE that has a business and this also happens to everyone, even the rockstars out there, like Bob Quintana, Ray Higdon and Eric Worre.

I also struggle with this and I was excited to catch a webinar by Eric Worre covering struggling with attrition in business.

With low barriers of entry, home businesses often struggle the most with this. To open your own low overhead, home based business, the cost is only $49 to start the process. So, if someone is struggling, it’s as easy to walk away as it was to start your business. Traditional businesses struggle less with this, due to the amount of investment. If someone invests $200,000 into a business franchise, they’re probably going to stick it out and struggle for awhile longer before they call it quits. Or maybe  you have to sign a 5 year lease, either way, you’re committed!

I’ve been in a spot, where I had a $250,000 credit line maxed out, equipment and truck loans for the next 5 years and other marketing commitments, on a struggling business! With EVERYTHING personally guaranteed. I WISHED I could just walk away… Like many people do with a home business.

Some factors to cut down on attrition in business are

  1. Proclaim yourself. Meaning, announce to your friends and family that you have a business and you’re going to be successful at it. State who you are and where you are headed. This puts a little more pressure on you to get into the game and step up to the plate.
  2. Be friends with your teammates. People join your business for you. So nurture those relationships. I’ve made many great, long lasting friends, through business, both online and offline.
  3. Great product experience. If someone lost a lot of weight or improved their health, this is an example of a great product experience.  If someone likes the products of their business, they’re more likely to stick in the business.
  4. Earn MONEY!! When someone joins you in business, make it your personal goal to earn them as much money as you can as quickly as possible! If someone is making money, they’re more likely to continue.
  5. Rank Advance. IF you someone ranks up and has something to be proud of, guess what? They’re more likely to feel like they need to continue.
  6. Build a Team! If someone has a team, they now have something they may regret walking away from. Their team needs them!
  7. Attend an event. When someone goes to an event, magic happens! They become believers.


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