I said before, "Meter Drop" refers to taking small
bites of cash flow from many different sources (products &
services) instead of
trying to swallow the whole meal in one big gulp. Most MLM's feature
"become a millionaire in X days!" encouraging you to try and
make it big fast. Most folks, having never done that before, fail. Indeed,
Most of the "big boys" take advantage of this to pad their
wallets with the profits you leave when you finally quit in disgust...
that is if they don't have a way built in to cut you out because you
didn't get big fast like they said you would.
In order to increase your chances for success�we'll set
realistic targets for the product or service we wish to market. What you want is a
product or service that
requires minimum input for a specified return.
may want more or you may be happy with less. But, for this example let's
use my personal experiences. I am sure you want to enjoy as much time
with your family and friends as is possible, you don't want to
work 100 hours a week. Actually, 20-40 is a good "hours per
week" workload. Doesn't always happen that way, but that is the
goal. You should be looking to make $1000 to $2000 a week.
Certainly not millionaire numbers but also infinitely more attainable.
in mind, to build a single MLM product or service to that level is something the
�average Joe" never achieves. Let's make this a true �Meter
Drop� by requiring that any single product or service needs to produce only
5% of the total cash flow. Now what we are looking for is a single
product or service that can generate $50-100 for 1-2 hours effort, each and every
very obtainable within almost any good product or service . You may already be in a few
MLM's with several items that
with a little work could reach this level. I'm "meter
dropping" several products and services from a number of affiliate programs today. If you've been paying
attention to any of the ads on these pages you
can get a pretty good idea of some of the products and services I sell.
The most import thing here though is that whatever the product or
service, you want it to be inexpensive... cheap even. That way you can
sell it often. Ideally it would be something that your customers "use
up" and have to replace ( pay for) every month. You should take a serious look at the products featured
Many of these items are sold once but produce income month after month
Each one has the potential to produce income at the levels
outlined above within a very short period of time... If you're willing
But Meter Drop is only half