Ignite Energy Scam?
Are you kidding me? Of course there is not an Ignite Energy Scam. In this article, I will discuss the main reason why people are claiming it to be. This is from a third party point of view, I am in no way affiliated with the company, but I used to be a customer of the company.
The major reason why people may think that this business opportunity is a scam is that most people do not earn there initial investment back after they join the business. To get started in Ignite, it does require a $299 investment. There is also an ongoing $25 monthly fee. What typically happens is this: A person watches a presentation about the business opportunity, gets excited, pays the $299 and is officially an energy broker. He shares the business plan with friends and family, but not many of them get involved in the business. This new rep gets extremely discouraged, quits the business, and claims that there is a Ignite Energy Scam.
The example above is a common story for all home based businesses, not just Ignite. What people in direct sales don’t realize is that direct sales has nothing to do with selling. What it has to do with is building relationships with people. It is not about hounding your Aunt Sally to join, when she has no desire to even have a home business.
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Ignite Energy Scam – Building a Successful Business
The key is to find people that are already interested in wanting a home business. Why spend hours and hours prospecting people that do not want to be their own boss? Do you agree that this is a waste of time? What you need to do to is find those people that want financial freedom and residual income, as opposed to those that just want to be an employee for the rest of their life.
Ignite Energy Scam – The Problems
The problem is that we are often trained in direct sales to go after our warm market, which only makes sense since these are the people that know, like, and trust us. When people know, like, and trust us, they are more likely to do business with you. But the problem is that after people run out of their warm market, they don’t have any more people to expose their business to.
Ignite Energy Scam – Who Is Our Target Market?
Wouldn’t make sense that out target market be other network marketers? If you target people that already have a home business, you will never get the response of: Is this a scam or a pyramid? Of course not! Now, I am sure that you are thinking what I first thought in the beginning. Why would I target someone that is already in a home business? Statistically 97% of people in home businesses are not making any money. Most do not have a mentor or coach, which if you want to succeed is something that you have to have. If you can become that coach to them and they like you, then they will join you in business.
Ignite Energy Scam – It Is Time For You To Be A Leader
If you want to build a huge organization than you need to step out of your comfort zone and become that leader that you need to be. Anyone can build a huge team, but it is up to you get educated and skilled on marketing and leadership and do things that make you feel uncomfortable. I used to be scared to death about doing live webinars, I do them all of the time now and it is so nice to receive compliments on them and have people tell me how much I have helped them! Isn’t this what this business is all about, helping other people get what they want out of life? Is it time for you to step it up, because when you step it up and you will inspire someone to do the same and you will change that person’s life for the better.
As you can see my marketing works that is why you are on my page. If you are not generating leads and exposing your company presentation to 5 people every single day, then you will fail. 🙂
Here’s To Your Dreams,
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