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    Tonights WebCast

    By action | January 16, 2008

    Awesome turnout for our first webcast!

    I trained for around 21-minutes on how to use cheap 9ยข resumes to build your mlm downline.

    build your downline using resumes
    I have used resumes for years and have recruited thousands of people into several different companies using resumes.

    Ifย you would like to watch the re-broadcast of tonights webcast – CLICK HERE!

    Thanks and I look forward to seeing you all on next weeks webcast.

    J.R. Jackson

    Topics: Uncategorized | 10 Comments »

    10 Responses to “Tonights WebCast”

    1. GenRidgeway Says:
      January 16th, 2008 at 11:52 pm

      J.R. What a great way for me to jump start my business! Thanks for the “kick” in the pants!

      The General

    2. Dena Garman Says:
      January 17th, 2008 at 12:07 am

      Thanks once AGAIN for the Great suggestions (post already done in previous paragraph)… but you can never say “thank you” enough to those that mean wonders to you. ๐Ÿ™‚

    3. Rico Lagman Says:
      January 17th, 2008 at 1:33 am

      Hey JR:

      Learned something new! But I need a little coaching on how to use the resume extractors

      Thanks,
      rico

    4. J.R. Says:
      January 17th, 2008 at 1:48 am

      Rico the video will walk you through the entire process. It starts off showing you “where” to get resumes and then how to “extract” the resumes and finally “what” to say either on the telephone or via email (which I prefer).

      The recording of the webcast is here http://jrjackson.com/101-techniques-to-build-your-downline/

      J.R.

    5. J.R. Says:
      January 17th, 2008 at 1:48 am

      Thanks General and Dena for being on the webcast.

      J.R.

    6. Dena Garman Says:
      January 18th, 2008 at 4:15 pm

      Hi again. What can I say… I love this method of teaching/coaching here.

      I did as was mentioned on the webinar and got the FANTASTIC deal you set up for us J.R.; thanks once again for doing that. I’m sure having access to so many more resumes will greatly help. Let me ask one simple question though: Right now, I am in a team where we get 90 resumes a day. I’ve been doing that a good two weeks now. In that amount of time with that many resumes, I’ve had only 3 people contact me and only 1 of them is “waiting to get paid” to actually join my team. Hurray… but does it take a couple thousand resumes to even get one bite? Is that “normal”? As mentioned in the past, I’m not trying to be greedy or anything, but just wondering if this is “normal” and am I doing the right thing… having a basic email inviting the prospects to my own domain website to see what we have to offer, and letting them make the decision to contact me if interested. Am I being too slack in this way of thinking? I’m willing to do anything I have to to do the right thing, but I also have a 5 yr old and 2 yr old (potty training now)… I don’t have much time to make 100 calls a day (nor do I want to) in between potty training calls. LOL. ๐Ÿ™‚

    7. J.R. Says:
      January 19th, 2008 at 4:52 pm

      Dena I process at least 1,000 resumes per day. I do not call anyone. Everyone is sent a teaser email that is meant to simply get them to come to my website.

      The website is a ‘squeeze page’ and is very basic with NO LINKS, just a form to fillout.

      The job of a squeeze page is to get your prospect to fillout a form so they are adding themself to your autoresponder.

      You can read more about Squeeze Pages by going to http://www.instantmlmcapturepages.com

      After they fillout the form they should see something about your business; sales letter, audio or video presentation.

      Most people have these gorgious websites that make the webmaster proud but those sites do not move your prospects into taking action.

      Your presentation page should have another form asking them what they liked best and asking them for their contact information AGAIN! Or you can use PHP and have that info populated from the previous form which is how we are designing our lead capture sites now.

      You want to spend your time calling the people back who filled out the 2ND FORM – not the 1st.

      You will be staying in touch with the people from the 1st form through your autoresponder.

      Here is a link to one of the best autoresponder companies on the net:


      Unlimited 
Autoresponders by AWeber

      I hope this information helps.

      J.R.

    8. smilingmoney Says:
      January 20th, 2008 at 1:51 am

      J.R,

      It is really interesting ideas to recruit people. I just wonder does this extractor works outside US.

      Are you planning to come out some resume extractor for Singapore.

    9. J.R. Says:
      January 20th, 2008 at 2:00 am

      You would need to contact the people over at trafficattack.com – they are the ones who custom build extractors.

      J.R.

    10. meffordman Says:
      May 2nd, 2008 at 8:01 pm

      I’ve got some questions for you if you don’t mind me asking. What are your personal ratios doing resume campaigns? How many emails sent per day to get how many visitors to your video, how many finish it, how many fill out end survey, and how many note in that survey they’re interested? From there how many recruits when you had your record month of 54 recruits did you talk to vs how many signed up on their own? Before you answer I’m aware that everyone is different, but learning vicariously is something I’ve leaned on for years:)

      Thanks A Ton!!

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