Why is Duplication So Important?
Too many affiliates join and do not know what to do. They want to achieve success but they do not know how. Or maybe there are just too many ways to do it. There is no key to success but there are Rules.
The reason duplication is so important is that a day job, an hourly pay job, always has a limit to the amount you can make. You may be a Doctor or a Dentist and you may make very good money per hour. But the only way to make more money is to work more hours. And the day you stop working the hours you stop earning the money.
With duplication you do the same amount of work month after month, but your earning power is growing each month. If a Doctor does five operations a week, week after week, month after month, his earnings do not change. He may experience an annual raise or cost of living increases, but he will never actually make more than he has the time in which to make it.
With duplication every hour invested is increasing your earnings potential. If you can only gain one new customer, one new affiliate a month, but each and every month you gain one more and train them to gain just one. At first, and for the first 9 months you will honestly be making very little. But in nine months, in month 10, you will suddenly experience a burst of income, and then each following month, more and more.
This is Tommie K's (capt. Kirk) Free advertising plan. He does the same things every day, "Post to free ad sites 365 days a year". But his income is continually rising because each new person who joins his programs adds to his current income, but he is using the same amount of time to do the same thing day after day.
You promote a consumable item, an item purchased each month. The first month you have 1 new customer and 1 sale, the second month you have 1 new customer but 2 sales. the third month, 1 new customer but 3 sales. See.
The same thing holds true for a subscription based service. Each month you do the same work, but earn more money.
What are some barriers to duplication for you or in your business?