Saturday, January 26, 2008

Swap Groups

If you are not familiar with 'swapping groups" they are a fast growing trend of social communities. These groups are intended to help increase your sales and support fellow consultants. This idea of swapping helps those in mlm and network marketing to build a customer base and even get some new distributors. Catalog & Party Swaps are a great way to get your name in different areas and help with sales on slow months!

Here is how most of the groups work:
By joining a group, you are committed to 12 months of shopping. If you join and feel you cannot commit to make a purchase each month then these are not the groups for you. Only join these groups if you intend to stay until you have completed your 12 month commitment. If you cannot commit, then you will be dropped from the group AND you get reported as an untrustworthy consultant.

These swaps represent a pure relationship building idea that helps everyone involved in the group with sales. Each month you will purchase from the COTM (Consultant Of The Month) Some of the groups allow more than one rep per company while others only allow one rep per company. Each member is required to purchase an item which costs between $10-40 worth pre-tax and s/h - depending on the group. The companies(consultants) will rotate each month. Depending on when you join is where you will stand in the rotation process.

So if you are someone who likes to support WAHM businesses these SWAPS are definitely for you!

To locate SWAPS do a search on Google Or Yahoo Groups.

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