Costs are relative.
Costs that are affordable to one person, might be an exorbitant amount for the next person. Only YOU know what your wallet can afford to spend.
What? You Mean It’s Not Really Free?
There is an old saying: “It takes money to make money.”
That does not mean that you need to spend a fortune. But, on the other hand, you should expect to have to spend SOMETHING! There is definitely a COST for everything; maybe time, maybe money, maybe effort (work), maybe all three!
Generally, you can access the training for FREE to set up the funnel to promote your new program(s), but as you progress thru the FREE training, you find there is a COST for this and a COST for that.
Before long, you throw up your hands and QUIT! Stop and think about this. If no one ever puts any money into the program, why would YOU expect to ever be able to earn any money from the program?
Take a Good Look at Your Program
Before you QUIT, take a good look at the program you have joined, or are on the verge of joining. Compare the costs for getting set up with the commissions you can earn.
- What are the costs of getting set up?
- You might find that some of the costs are OPTIONAL.
- You might be able to get set up TODAY without paying for some things and add them later on, once you are making more money.
- What are the earnings/commissions when people join under you?
How Much Do You Need to Do to Break Even?
In many cases, you can break even once you have found just 2 or 3 people to join under you. I’m talking about active people; referrals that join and set up their funnel and promote their affiliate link to also grow a downline too.
Of course, you do not want to quit growing once you reach the break-even point. You didn’t get into this program to just break even. You keep promoting to keep increasing your profits!
Where Can You Find Help?
Before you just up and quit, contact your sponsor. Your sponsor just might just have some ideas to help you get started.
The program probably also has other support groups, like Facebook or Skype.
After all, your sponsor has a vested interest in you being successful. The more successful people in his/her downline, the more successful his/her overall group will be.