wolfie34 wrote: I refer to
'Introduce yourself and let them know you are available to help'
Does anyone regularly contact their downline? And if you do what do you tell them?
Obviously you cannot spam them to join another program but to offer help, but I guess the only way you can inform them that you are available to help is to give them your email.
But then in doing that, you could leave yourself wide open for them using your email address for spam, and pestering you to join their programs?
Do you have much success when you contact your emails, or is something you just leave them to get on with?
I have only emailed my downline twice to remind them about the Clixgrid.
Trouble is as soon as I emailed my downline, many actually STOPPED clicking.
So I am wondering if doing that they see it as you spamming them and it kinda puts them off...
I guess there is no wrong or right idea, but would appreciate your views and responses about whether it's a good idea or bad to contact your downline.
I always think it's kind of funny how people are afraid of spam, like it's the flu or something.
It's not that I enjoy spam but one thing is for sure, I won't buy from a spammer and I won't join anything
under a spammer.
I have folders in my email accounts labeled 'spam' and/or 'junk' and that is where most the spam goes.
It has never hurt me at all to take my finger and click the delete button.
If a person is really afraid of spam, they need to do one of two things:
1. Do not give your email to anyone.....which means you might as well not use the internet
2. Use a free web based email account such as gmail
As to your main question, I will honestly say I have never ever emailed all of my directly sponsored in
ClixSense. I list my email address and I have my message in there. If they need help, my contact info
is there. There is also the forum here. If they are serious about making money and they really need
help, it's impossible not to get either, with or without me. Me, forum, help desk. Lots of info on and in
site. Totally impossible for them not to get help if they want it.
With that said, if you want to send them a message by email and their email address is displayed, you
can as long as it is a hello, welcome, and has to do with ClixSense.
I have over the years had some contact me. I did have a program in which I emailed everyone and
had a forum so of course some of those members were hearing from me all the time about CS anyway.
It's just all about how you want to go about it.
My guess is your message had nothing to do with why they stopped clicking but if you think it did, then
don't send them emails.....really not a lot of point in it.