Vemma Leads

Vemma Leads, Are You Buying Them?

Vemma’s® unique global wellness philosophy delivers a results driven product. Vemma® is an established, family-owned company with ten’s of thousands of satisfied monthly consumers, and world class customer service.

Vemma® is an excellent company, but like many other MLM or Networking companies the structure is set up to create huge costs on the distributors and little on the company. These companies try to let the individuals think that they are in their own business, then encourage them to spend their own money in marketing to attract their own customers. This forces the so called “new business owner” to spend their own money for leads or reverse marketing systems in hopes of bringing in new distributors. Throughout this whole process the marketing cost for Vemma® is minimal.

Also companies like Vemma® are not equipped to sell to the end user (the person consuming the products), but expect the distributor to do the job for them. This is very difficult since advertising and marketing can be very expensive. The traditional way of acquiring customers is to purchase leads. The independent reps then have to cold call the leads, and try to get people interested in their company or products. Another strategy is to bring in friends and family to the business and hopefully they will do the same. The end result of these combined strategies is rejection and a very small percentage of people signing up. If these particular strategies worked the majority of people entering a MLM or network marketing business would be highly successful. Instead they are not!

Buy Customers Not Vemma Leads?

There is a new business model that eliminates all of the excessive expense and allows its business affiliates to purchase customers, individuals that are consuming the products. When purchasing a customer incentive lead the business affiliate begins to derive commissions from that customer right away. No MLM or network marketing company is allowed to sell directly to the consumer; products must go through the company’s independent distributors. The company bears the expense of customer acquisition by having mechanisms in place that sell to the customer. The company then passes the customer onto their business affiliates for considerably less than the cost of a sold lead.

Although Vemma® and many other MLM or Network Marketing Companies have good products their systems are usually lacking structure, with regards to enabling their distributors to create substantial revenue. If you would like to learn about buying customers instead of leads, I would like to invite you to a live online meeting. You can hear and see a presentation on how the system works. If you’re interested, please go to and sign up. You will receive an email with the password to get into our Saturday meeting.

If you have any desire to have a successful Internet business, DO NOT pass up this opportunity. The presentation is free and informative! I have looked at many different business models, but I have never seen one as user friendly as this before. This business model surely is for the “little guy”. If you’re still interested after attending the meeting, please feel free to contact me. I will explain this opportunity to you further.

Jeffrey Sloe, Internet Marketing Advisor
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Getting your web site noticed on Google does not take a degree in marketing or search engine optimization. However, it does take some effort on your part. Google does not just go out, find your site and rank it in the number one position just because it looks great. As a matter of fact, a lot of great looking web sites will never be found when doing searches.

One means of search engine optimization (SEO) that works really well is blog posting. Although exceptional results are achievable, consistency is the key. You must post to your blog on a consistent basis, daily works best. That said, once you’ve reached that targeted position on Google (for your keyword), posting once a week seems to maintain the position you have achieved.

According to Scott Van Achte, Senior SEO at StepForth Web Marketing Inc., “an established blog that is updated regularly gets spidered by Google often, and increases the chances of new search rankings considerably. I have seen multiple situations where regularly updated blogs wind up ranking #1 in Google for relevant phrases literally within a couple hours of posting. It usually takes a well established web site and blog to make this happen, but there is big potential if you do things the right way.” [1]

What does posting to a blog have to do with getting your web site to the top of Google?

First and foremost, or a least the way I see it, is back links. A well written blog, not only may rank well, but will also get you free one way links to your web site. Individuals reading your blog may add a link to their blog, and if you have strategically placed a link to your web site within your post, you will get an additional link back to your web site. Since Google takes back links into consideration when choosing which sites to rank higher than others, back links play an important part.

Not only will the additional back links increase your ranking on Google, they can also produce more traffic to your web site. People reading a well written article tend to click on the link to learn more. A lot of visitors will either return to your site to get additional information, or send the link to a friend or family member they know has been looking for the information you are providing.

Blogs are a great resource when it comes to SEO, and blogs can cover a plethora of industries. Blogs do not have to take a lot of time, once they are setup, and the initial postings have been put in place.

There are a lot of ways to generate posts. However, one of the easiest, that I’ve found, is to comment on articles that I’ve read. This form of editorializing works really well, as long as you give credit to the original author. It’s also a great way for someone new at blog posting to get started.

So find an article, and write a editorial, or comment, about that article. Getting started is the hardest part, but everyone has to take that first step. Start increasing your web site ranking today. Really, search engine optimization is not that difficult.

Jeffrey Sloe
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