Sunday, January 13, 2019

Can YOU Become a Millionaire with USANA?

WHAT? YOU Can Help ME Become A USANA MILLIONAIRE?!?! - NO WAY!!!



- by Pete Zdanis

Perhaps some people you may have talked with about USANA are not familiar with, or don't understand, the concept of residual income. We've all heard of examples of people who have become wealthy by writing a best-selling book, or recorded a hit record which paid royalties to them for years. However, most people have difficulty imagining themselves ever doing anything like that.

Let me suggest another way for you to demonstrate to people how, with USANA, they can realistically create a financial asset worth hundreds of thousands of dollars (and even more), with an initial investment of less than one thousand US dollars.

Let's start with an example of a financial asset that we are all familiar with - a simple savings account. Let's say that this account has $10,000US in it and pays interest at a rate of 5%. That would produce income of about $500US per year, which would just about cover lunch for two people at McDonald's once a week. Not very exciting, is it?

Well, let's make it a bit more interesting, and say that you've managed to accumulate $100,000US in your savings account. Now, you're earning $5,000US per year. Pretty good! Now you'll have another $87US per week which would almost pay for groceries when you're not enjoying your weekly treat at the Golden Arches.

Don't you think you'd like to do a little better? OK, then let's take a look at your savings account with $1,000,000US in it. Now we're talking! The $50,000US of interest income would help provide for a pretty nice lifestyle. But, it should. After all, you're now a millionaire!
Let's go crazy and see what happens if you manage to put $2,000,000US in your savings account. Now your money is earning $100,000US per year for you, which places you in the top 2% of income earners in the United States. Congratulations! You probably won't have to work at a "J.O.B." another day in your life if you don't want to.

Perhaps you should consider placing another $1,000,000US in your savings account. That $3,000,000US is now providing you with $150,000US interest income per year. Not only would you not have to work anymore, but, as a "multi-millionaire", you could probably now indulge yourself a bit by traveling to some of those places you've always wanted to visit, pursuing a new hobby, donating more to your favorite charities, and, most of all, having the peace of mind that comes with financial independence and security.

Now, let's come back down to earth. If you have $100,000US in the bank, you're way ahead of most people (and can afford to pay the grocery bill with your interest!) So, it looks like we need to set up a plan for you to build your savings account up to $1,000,000US in, say, the next 10 years or so. Using our 5% interest rate, you'd have to save about $80,000US a year to reach your goal. You may have to eat a lot of macaroni and cheese to be able to put aside almost $7,000US every month. But, if you managed to find an account which paid 10% interest, you'd only have to save about $5,400US per month.

Just for kicks, let's see what you'd need to do to save $3,000,000US over 10 years. Even if you could somehow get a 20% return on your savings, you'd still have to save about $110,000US per year to reach your goal. Hmmmmmmmmm...there's not much time left for sleeping if you're working three eight hour shifts a day to earn that kind of money!

Now, don't give up hope yet. There is another way you can reach your goal of creating that $3,000,000US financial asset. In fact, what if you could find a way to reach that goal in only 3 to 5 years, with a part-time effort, and an initial investment of less than one mortgage payment? Do you think that you MIGHT be interested? 

I thought so.

With USANA's cellular compensation plan, each Business Center that "maxes out" weekly produces $1,000US income for you, or $52,000US per year. (Or up to $65,000US per year with USANA's Auto Order Maxed Business Center Commission feature.)



By leveraging your efforts even more and building your USANA business with the three Business Center option, you can eventually maximize all three Business Centers, producing income of $3,000US to $3,750US per week, or $156,000US to $195,000US per year - equivalent to having $3,000,000US to $3,750,000US in the bank! In other words, every USANA Business Center you maximize weekly is a financial asset worth $1,000,000US to $1,250,000US.

Can you expect to reach this income level in 1 or 2 years? Well, it's certainly possible. Just look at the number of people who are advancing in USANA to the levels of Gold, Ruby, Emerald, Diamond, and Star Diamond every month. But, even if it takes you 3 years, 5 years, 7 years, or more, isn't this a lot more realistic than having to put over $100,000 in the bank every year for 10 years? Seems like it to me.**

USANA has the products, the tools and the marketing plan which allows "ordinary people" to achieve extraordinary levels of financial success. You owe it to yourself and everyone you care about to show people the potential of becoming involved in USANA. And it's really very simple - just give them a copy of the current About USANA document - everything they need to know is there.

Best of success to you! You've taken the first step toward your goal of financial freedom with USANA.

P.S. Learn more details about the USANA Cellular Compensation Plan in this short (11 minute) video: USANA Comp Plan Video 



© 2019 - Zdanis USANA Power Team ®  - All Rights Reserved
This article may only be copied, shared, distributed or otherwise reproduced in its entirety, including this disclaimer and copyright authorization.


**Income Disclaimer - North America - The earnings portrayed are not necessarily representative of the income, if any,that a USANA Associate can or will earn through his or her participation in the USANA Compensation Plan. These figures should not be considered as guarantees or projections of your actual earnings or profits. Any representation or guarantee of earnings would be misleading. Success with USANA results only from successful sales efforts, which require hard work, diligence, and leadership. Your success will depend on how effectively you exercise these qualities.


Thursday, January 10, 2019

Learning Is Voluntary...


Hi,

Keith and Tom "Big Al" Schreiter here.

I didn't know Richard Stevenson personally, but he said,

"Learning is voluntary. Without it, failure is mandatory."

I think about that quote a lot. Look at our teams. We know they are missing certain skills. Yet, they make self-destructive decisions to attempt to build their business without these skills. There is something very, very wrong here.

Why would they enjoy failure and tiny results? Why would they choose to withhold skills from themselves and continue at a very mediocre pace?

The answer is, “They don't know what they don't know.” They don't know they are missing certain skills. They don't know these skills exist. So they make terrible decisions because of what they don't know.

We are their sponsors. Our responsibility is to help them with what they don't know. And, if we don't have time to help them, at least we could do this. Send them to this link:

https://bigalbooks.com/freereport/

They can download the Closing Report, two training audios, and the weekly Big Al Report ... free! All they will invest is a little bit of their time. If they can't invest their time, how will they ever build their business?

Let's help our team, the ones who don't know what they don't know, take their first baby steps towards their successful network marketing careers.

Keith and Tom "Big Al" Schreiter





Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Go Bananas (or Creamy Caramel or Café Latte) in 2019

New flavors for the new year.


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But don’t delay. This limited-time offer ends January 18. Order today.

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Monday, January 7, 2019

Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for the Week Ending January 4th, 2019



Learn How to Grow Your USANA Business at: www.zdanisweblinks.com 
   
Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for the Week Ending January 4th, 2019

1, Bruce Pierce, Tempe, AZ, US
2, Bob Shehan, El Paso, TX, US
3, Richard Cameron, Winchester, ON, CA
4, Norm Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
5, Dr. Gary Young, Hartsdale, NY, US
6, Fuller Flippers, LLC., Corpus Christi, TX, US
7, Kristina Thorpe, Dunn Loring, VA, US
8, Shirlene Cecile, Mariposa, CA, US
9, Bradley Guile, El Paso, TX, US
10, Robin Thomas, Chapel Hill, NC, US
11, Tom Madison, Alexandria, VA, US
12, Kingsley Hallerdin, Sarasota, FL, US
13, Linda Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
14, Ruth Kohake, Cincinnati, OH, US
15, Cliff Norton, Brighton, CO, US
16, Carolyn Bush, Mountain View, CA, US
17, Irma Aragon, Little Elm, TX, US
18, Carlos Landin Jr., El Paso, TX, US
19, Todd Stoutenborough, Ashland, OR, US
20, Sandy McDonald, Hamilton, ON, CA
21, Pauline Puzynska, Langton, ON, CA
22, Nathan Madrid, Fayetteville, AR, US
23, Elizabeth Pasquale, Ossining, NY, US
24, Gail Garvin, Cincinnati, OH, US
25, Andrew Kissinger, Schertz, TX, US
26, Lynn Kimbrough, Arvada, CO, US
27, Marci Smith, Springfield, PA, US
28, Wendy Murakami, Monson, MA, US
29, Jeffrey Van Tassel, Dover Plains, NY, US
30, Chuck Misja, Hudson, OH, US
31, Cynthia Inman, Chesterbrook, PA, US
32, Jim Rovegno, Chautauqua, NY, US
33, Robyn Burke, Madison, VA, US
34, Dan Chorny, Overland Park, KS, US
35, Angela Middaugh, Sutton West, ON, CA
36, Frances Ramos, Belen, NM, US
37, Yvonne Acosta, El Paso, TX, US
38, Tiffany Lewis, Stow, OH, US
39, Hannelore Allen-Savoie, Hampden, MA, US
40, Daniela Tedesco-Stranges, Brantford, ON, CA
41, David Young, New Westminster, BC, CA
42, Ray Devers, Mariposa, CA, US
43, Richard Lowe, San Antonio, TX, US
44, Shay Stockdill, Anaheim, CA, US
45, Sandra Wilson, Alamogordo, NM, US
46, Kimberly Wilke, Tecumseh, MI, US
47, Christina Blanco, El Paso, TX, US

Pete & Dora Zdanis

Chester County, PA, US
Voice/Text: 610-316-8637

*The earnings portrayed in this literature are not necessarily representative of the income, if any, that a USANA Associate can or will earn through his or her participation in the USANA compensation plan. These figures should not be considered as guarantees or projections of your actual earnings or profits. Any representation of guarantee of earnings would be misleading. Success with USANA results only from successful sales efforts, which require hard work, diligence, and leadership. Your success will depend on how effectively you exercise these qualities.


Wednesday, January 2, 2019

What is Marketing? - by Seth Godin


If you need to persuade someone to take action, you’re doing marketing.

If you’re looking for votes at the city council meeting, or looking for a promotion, you’re marketing.

If you’re writing copy on your website, taking a selfie for your social media profile or trying to talk your way out of a speeding ticket, you’re marketing.

Marketing goes way beyond advertising, email pitches or the way you do pricing. In fact, most of the time, marketing has nothing at all to do with money.

We’re surrounded by people who would like a piece of our attention, a bit of our trust and some of our action. Those people are marketing to us, and it helps to know what they’re doing right (and wrong).

If someone says, “I don’t do marketing,” they probably mean, “I don’t spend money on ads.” Those are very different things.

Our culture is driven, more than ever, by marketers. The links we click on, the shows we watch, the people we vote for–they’re all marketing artifacts. If you don’t like the political situation, you’re commenting on the marketing situation.

As soon as we take responsibility for the marketing we do and the marketing that’s done to us, we have a chance to make things better (by making better things).

Seth Godin - https://seths.blog/ 




Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners for 2018


Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for 2018


1, Bruce Pierce, Tempe, AZ, US
2, Bob Shehan, El Paso, TX, US
3, Richard Cameron, Winchester, ON, CA
4, Norm Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
5, Robin Thomas, Chapel Hill, NC, US
6, Dr. Gary Young, Hartsdale, NY, US
7, Ruth Kohake, Cincinnati, OH, US
8, Carlos Landin Jr., El Paso, TX, US
9, John Chan, Doylestown, PA, US
10, Dr. Chuck Misja, Hudson, OH, US
11, Sandy Holcomb, Durham, NC, US
12, Wendy Murakami, Monson, MA, US
13, Bradley Guile, El Paso, TX, US
14, Linda Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
15, Elizabeth Pasquale, Ossining, NY, US
16, Jim Rovegno, Chautauqua, NY, US
17, Tom Madison, Alexandria, VA, US
18, Sandy McDonald, Hamilton, ON, CA
19, Yvonne Acosta, El Paso, TX, US
20, Pauline Puzynska, Langton, ON, CA
21, Shirlene Cecile, Mariposa, CA, US
22, John Mansfield, Kirkland, WA, US
23, Irma Aragon, Little Elm, TX, US
24, Kristina Thorpe, Dunn Loring, VA, US
25, Todd Stoutenborough, Ashland, OR, US
26, Marci Smith, Springfield, PA, US
27, Dr. Phillip Madison, Cocoa Beach, FL, US
28, Jeffrey Van Tassel, Dover Plains, NY, US
29, Nathan Madrid, Fayetteville, AR, US
30, Carolyn Bush, Mountain View, CA, US
31, Margo Scott, Wake Forest, NC, US
32, Andrew Kissinger, Schertz, TX, US
33, Cliff Norton, Brighton, CO, US
34, Cheree Hanson, Barboursville, VA, US
35, Kingsley Hallerdin, Sarasota, FL, US
36, Michael Misja, North Canton, OH, US
37, Kimberly Wilke, Tecumseh, MI, US
38, Michael Allgeier, Erie, PA, US
39, Shay Stockdill, Anaheim, CA, US
40, Fuller Flippers, Corpus Christi, TX, US
41, Hannelore Allen-Savoie, Hampden, MA, US
42, Cheryl Krantz, Great Falls, MT, US
43, Angela Middaugh, Sutton West, ON, CA
44, Robyn Burke, Madison, VA, US
45, Julianne Koritz, Boynton Beach, FL, US
46, Kenneth Wiesinger, Roanoke, TX, US
47, Robert Nanney, Olympia, WA, US
48, Gail Garvin, Cincinnati, OH, US
49, Susan Conover, Lubbock, TX, US
50, Judy Adams, Portland, TX, US
52, Bettina Wittemeier, Toronto, ON, CA
53, Christina Blanco, El Paso, TX, US
54, Michael Corner, Stoney Creek, ON, CA
55, Dan Chorny, Overland Park, KS, US
56, Susan Guile, El Paso, TX, US
57, Cody Blair, Las Cruces, NM, US
58, Margaret King, Chapel Hill, NC, US
59, Lynn Kimbrough, Arvada, CO, US
60, Cheryl Sandella, Fountain Hills, AZ, US
61, Mike Grice, Hamilton, ON, CA
62, Velma Grose, Chapel Hill, NC, US
63, Chatral A'dze, Livingston Manor, NY, US
64, Colin Mansfield, Kirkland, WA, US
65, Mary Kopac, Durham, NC, US
66, Robert Martin, Spring Lake, MI, US
67, JayDee Enterprises, Arvada, CO, US
68, Cynthia Inman, Chesterbrook, PA, US
69, Janice Sperling, Hamilton, ON, CA
70, Mary Ann Markert, Drexel Hill, PA, US
71, Brenda Sexton, Durham, NC, US
72, Monica Boes, Norton Shores, MI, US
73, Patrick Freeman, El Paso, TX, US
74, Edward O'Mara, Wayne, PA, US
75, Katharine Palmerton, Ravenna, OH, US
76, Evelyn Bristol, Ludlow, MA, US
77, RS Fitness, El Paso, TX, US
78, Sophie Culver, Truth or Consequences, NM, US
79, Anna Grim, Rock Hill, SC, US
80, Virginia Pizzichemi, Monson, MA, US
81, Randolph Aguado, Frederick, MD, US
82, Ray Devers, Mariposa, CA, US
83, Loa Crumb, Stoney Creek, ON, CA
84, Sherrie Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
85, Jamie Fee, Las Cruces, NM, US
86, Thomas Chorny, Campbell, CA, US
87, Cheryl Corner, Hamilton, ON, CA
88, Keith and Nora Jones, Corpus Christi, TX, US
89, Christopher Welsh, Hamilton, ON, CA
90, Joel Young, Garland, TX, US
91, Tiffany Lewis, Stow, OH, US
92, Rocky Starr, Mesquite, TX, US
93, Martin Wittemeier, Toronto, ON, CA
94, Kevin Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
95, Lori Morris, Rio Rancho, NM, US
96, Mark Sorensen, Murrieta, CA, US
97, Jackie Horton, Las Cruces, NM, US
98, Irene Flores, El Paso, TX, US

Pete & Dora Zdanis

Chester County, PA, US
Voice/Text: 610-316-8637

*The earnings portrayed in this literature are not necessarily representative of the income, if any, that a USANA Associate can or will earn through his or her participation in the USANA compensation plan. These figures should not be considered as guarantees or projections of your actual earnings or profits. Any representation of guarantee of earnings would be misleading. Success with USANA results only from successful sales efforts, which require hard work, diligence, and leadership. Your success will depend on how effectively you exercise these qualities.

Saturday, December 29, 2018

Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for the Week Ending December 28th, 2018




Learn How to Grow Your USANA Business at: www.zdanisweblinks.com 
   
Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for the Week Ending December 28th, 2018

1, Bruce Pierce, Tempe, AZ, US
2, Richard Cameron, Winchester, ON, CA
3, Bob Shehan, El Paso, TX, US
4, Norm Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
5, John Chan, Doylestown, PA, US
6, Bradley Guile, El Paso, TX, US
7, Dr. Chuck Misja, Hudson, OH, US
8, Robin Thomas, Chapel Hill, NC, US
9, Elizabeth Pasquale, Ossining, NY, US
10, Ruth Kohake, Cincinnati, OH, US
11, Jim Rovegno, Chautauqua, NY, US
12, Irma Aragon, Little Elm, TX, US
13, Sandy Holcomb, Durham, NC, US
14, Dr. Phillip Madison, Cocoa Beach, FL, US
15, Andrew Kissinger, Schertz, TX, US
16, Hannelore Allen-Savoie, Hampden, MA, US
17, John Mansfield, Kirkland, WA, US
18, Tom Madison, Alexandria, VA, US
19, Pauline Puzynska, Langton, ON, CA
20, Julianne Koritz, Boynton Beach, FL, US
21, Dr. Gary Young, Hartsdale, NY, US
22, Kristina Thorpe, Dunn Loring, VA, US
23, Katharine Palmerton, Ravenna, OH, US
24, David Valorz, Helotes, TX, US
25, Judy Adams, Portland, TX, US
26, Mary Kopac, Durham, NC, US
27, Yvonne Acosta, El Paso, TX, US
28, Linda Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
29, Wendy Murakami, Monson, MA, US
30, Jeffrey Van Tassel, Dover Plains, NY, US
31, Todd Stoutenborough, Ashland, OR, US
32, Randolph Aguado, Frederick, MD, US
33, Cheryl Krantz, Great Falls, MT, US
34, Susan Guile, El Paso, TX, US
35, Shay Stockdill, Anaheim, CA, US
36, Evelyn DeKleine, Hamilton, ON, CA
37, Sandy McDonald, Hamilton, ON, CA
38, Carlos Landin Jr., El Paso, TX, US
39, Rocky Starr, Mesquite, TX, US
40, Joel Young, Garland, TX, US
41, Debbie Long, Vineland Station, ON, CA

Pete & Dora Zdanis

Chester County, PA, US
Voice/Text: 610-316-8637

*The earnings portrayed in this literature are not necessarily representative of the income, if any, that a USANA Associate can or will earn through his or her participation in the USANA compensation plan. These figures should not be considered as guarantees or projections of your actual earnings or profits. Any representation of guarantee of earnings would be misleading. Success with USANA results only from successful sales efforts, which require hard work, diligence, and leadership. Your success will depend on how effectively you exercise these qualities.












Monday, December 24, 2018

Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for the Week Ending December 21st, 2018




Learn How to Grow Your USANA Business at: www.zdanisweblinks.com 
   
Zdanis USANA Team Top Income Earners* for the Week Ending December 21st, 2018

1, Bruce Pierce, Tempe, AZ, US
2, Robin Thomas, Chapel Hill, NC, US
3, Bob Shehan, El Paso, TX, US
4, Richard Cameron, Winchester, ON, CA
5, Dr. Gary Young, Hartsdale, NY, US
6, Norm Bryant, Albuquerque, NM, US
7, Sandy Holcomb, Durham, NC, US
9, Carlos Landin Jr., El Paso, TX, US
10, Cliff Norton, Brighton, CO, US
11, Cheree Hanson, Barboursville, VA, US
12, Ruth Kohake, Cincinnati, OH, US
13, Wendy Murakami, Monson, MA, US
14, Shirlene Cecile, Mariposa, CA, US
15, Dr. Phillip Madison, Cocoa Beach, FL, US
16, Bradley Guile, El Paso, TX, US
17, Linda Murphy, Grimsby, ON, CA
18, Robert Nanney, Olympia, WA, US
19, Cynthia Inman, Chesterbrook, PA, US
20, Marci Smith, Springfield, PA, US
22, Andrew Kissinger, Schertz, TX, US
22, John Chan,  Inc., Doylestown, PA, US
23, Tom Madison, Alexandria, VA, US
24, Dan Chorny, Overland Park, KS, US
25, Yvonne Acosta, El Paso, TX, US
26, Kristina Thorpe, Dunn Loring, VA, US
27, Nathan Madrid, Fayetteville, AR, US
28, Margherita Scott, Wake Forest, NC, US
29, Susan Conover, Lubbock, TX, US
30, Jeffrey Van Tassel, Dover Plains, NY, US
31, JayDee Enterprises, Arvada, CO, US
32, Sandy McDonald, Hamilton, ON, CA
33, Joel Young, Garland, TX, US
34, Phillip Clark, Little Elm, TX, US
35, John Mansfield, Kirkland, WA, US
36, Elizabeth Pasquale, Ossining, NY, US
37, Kingsley Hallerdin, Sarasota, FL, US
38, Sophie Culver, Truth or Consequences, NM, US
39, Shay Stockdill, Anaheim, CA, US
40, Dr. Chuck Misja, Hudson, OH, US
41, Fuller Flippers, Corpus Christi, TX, US

Pete & Dora Zdanis

Chester County, PA, US
Voice/Text: 610-316-8637

*The earnings portrayed in this literature are not necessarily representative of the income, if any, that a USANA Associate can or will earn through his or her participation in the USANA compensation plan. These figures should not be considered as guarantees or projections of your actual earnings or profits. Any representation of guarantee of earnings would be misleading. Success with USANA results only from successful sales efforts, which require hard work, diligence, and leadership. Your success will depend on how effectively you exercise these qualities.












             

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

How to Build Influential Relationships - by Wright Chase



It’s tough building relationships with influential people within your niche.  They’ve done the hard part of building their business from the ground up and are very careful of sharing their secrets with others.

When living the Internet Marketing Lifestyle, I’ve learned you have to be the best in what you do and provide valuable content to your readers full of substance.  They are not going to consider you influential if you reiterate the same value that everyone else is providing.  I’ve learned that influential people are the first to do something and often do it the best.  They find creative ways to influence people, which is why they are very selective in who they are going to help online.

Influential people have a close circle of people who are relevant to them and as experienced.  They also have very little time to build relationships with people unless they feel you can be an asset to their business.  Even though many would agree it’s a selfish way of doing business, you’d be surprised how this mentality can open up doors for you when trying to build a relationship.

Here’s a great strategy I learned from Neil Patel of QuickSprout.

Research is Key

Make sure the person is influential in your niche and then start doing some research, finding ways to help them.  Personally, if you can find something these people are doing wrong, this will give you some leverage.  Now it’s important you don’t going around making a list of the small things because this can become annoying and disrespectful at the same time.  Find something they haven’t updated in a while or that is effecting the direction their business is heading in.  Why is this so effective?  Simple…

You’re not asking them to help you, but have reached out to help them, which is something new to them.  People are always writing emails to influential marketers, asking for advice and/or freebies.  A genuine email that provides helpful feedback will be your best option to create engagement with them.

Getting Email Ready

First, getting a hold of their email is not tough because if they are influential people within your niche, then they have it posted on their website, social profiles, and other people will even link to it.  Once you have their email address, you can start writing out a genuine email using your own voice and tone.  You want to keep your conversation as real as possible and writing in your voice will provide an insight into the type of person you are.  For example, in my emails, I add a few jokes to lighten up the mood.  However, that’s my personality and it has worked well for me because it’s genuine. 

Next…

These people are busy and you want to make your email right to the point.  Jump into why you’re emailing them and how you can help them.  It’s a good idea to let them know why the mistake they’ve made has effected you and how it’s slowing the growth of their business.  Again, it’s important you research something that stood out and how it would effect their business.

Wait For Reply

Many marketers spend hours on their computer and respond to email pretty quickly and by this, I mean within 24-48 hours.  These days, with mobile phones, you get an alert of an email right on your phone.  I always check my emails right away and depending on the importance, I’ll either reply right away and/or wait until I get back in the office.  Many marketers will even provide a typical response time under their content form.  Wait around a week for a response because this is adequate timing for someone to reply, especially those active online.

If they reply back and agree, that’s great for you and the next time you email them, you’ll have a better chance of receiving help from them.  If they reply and don’t agree, make sure you write back, outlining your points and why you feel the way you do.  After you’ve written back, you can move onto to the next step.

The Follow-Up

You’re going to have people who agree and disagree with what you’ve written in your email.  Your objective is to build a relationship with these people because they can be very influential in your success as well.  Write back to them, following up with your discussion, offering to help them make the changes to their marketing to correct the issue you found.  In most cases, they’ll accept as long as you’re genuine and willing to do it for FREE.  Personally, with influential people, I always offer to help for FREE because if you can leverage their help, you can benefit enormously in return.

Here’s something else…

Keep following up so you build a personal relationship with them.  This way, you both feel more comfortable asking for help from each other, as you start building "Your Own 7-Figure Nest Egg."  

To Your Success,

Wright Chase