New poll on the top right:
Say Lulu orders $100 of product with your company, through your number, as a regular customer. How does what you get compare to what others get?
This can be tricky. Things may not be what they appear.
1) Many companies have minimum purchase requirements to get paid at all. E.g. if you have to buy a minimum of $125/mo of product each month, in order to qualify to get paid on your sales, that makes it harder to come out ahead than someone who has no monthly minimum purchase requirements, yes?
If you use all the product you buy, great. But if you’re starting to store it, then you’ll have to sell more for your 10% (say) to come out ahead.
2) I used dollar amounts here. So if you’re on a points system, or PV or BV, where what you sell in dollars is more than what you’re actually paid on (e.g. you get 30% on 80% of the amount of the sale, etc.), calculate the real dollars you get on this imaginary $100 product purchase. This is $100 dollars, not points or PV/BV. OK?
See how your pay for bringing in a customer order compares to others.
Next, we will do the same poll for bringing in recruit orders.
Results might be very different. Most companies place their emphasis on recruiting, so most of the money is paid out on those types of orders. Not all of course, but most. That’s been the business model for the last 50 years.
So depending on what you want to do, gather customers or find recruits, may as well see how your pay compares, yes?
This poll will last one week. Recruiter pay poll next.