If a man harbors any sort of fear, it makes him landlord to a ghost. ~ Lloyd Douglas
In case you missed it, I am posting Friday’s newsletter content here for prosperity and a place for you to post your comments.
What a great time to consider a conundrum. Should Traffic Exchanges maintain clean membership data bases?
A List, a list, it is your list – of the silent and dead to all. So should a Traffic Exchange maintain a cemetery of what was, or a clean place of advertising power for those who understand its use?
Having a list of 40,000 or 50,000 or even having created a list of 100,00 souls that may rise up on Hallow’een to shudder their protest makes for lost time, costly server issues and space better used to present the active surfer and promoter with all the support they can ask for.
What do you think? Are you creating profit off those inactive souls who haunt your downline? Do you have unexpected hope that all will rise and activate their membership?
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Active membership means you do eventually surf, even if it is like some TE ghosts, say once a year or if your membership appears threatened to you.
There is no threat to those who keep their membership alive. It means they have other fish to fry and are busy elsewhere for the time being.
However, there is the long past caring member. Dead letter email accounts; active members sitting under a sponsor who left and forgot to unsubscribe. On the other side of the coin are thousands who prefer to go it alone. They do not want the personal connection. Try FaceBook or Twitter if you want a social experience.
If you really want your list to remain then why are you inactive (suspended)? Why is your profile outdated or empty? What is stopping you from getting in the groove, of connecting one way or the other with those members in your downline?
We could be like many TE owners and just take actions as we see appropriate to our growth. Instead, we have posted in our newsletters and discussed this need in our conferences. There has been plenty of opportunity to make your wishes known, or for you to take personal sponsorship action in connecting with your downline.
This one final step of connecting with you on this subject of clean data base membership is here and now. We look forward to your positive responses.
Fran Klasinski- warriorlady
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