10 Reasons You’d Be Nuts To Not Want To Join NetWorks! Boise

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In the spirit of David Letterman, here are our top 10 reasons for seriously considering applying for membership in NetWorks! Boise Valley B2B Leads Group …

10. You get fed a great lunch every week! Come on … we know that you go out at least once a week for lunch or for a frosty cold one. Your meal is worth probably close to half of your dues and, it get’s better! It’s like taking 15 people or more out to lunch every week and they all go dutch! Furthermore, (ask your accountant) your dues should be 100% tax deductible!

9. You will rub elbows with the best! And, you will build relationships that will last a lifetime! Your fellow members are well connected and are committed to seeing your business grow!

8. Every week you will receive business intelligence not yet on the street. Or, for that matter, not yet in the paper or on the news! What’s it like being able to be the first person tracking on this new opportunity and being ahead of your competitors? It rocks!

7. With relationships come referrals and introductions. I’ve been in direct B2B sales since 1977 and I know what the closing ratios on referrals are particularly when compared to walking into someplace cold. You can’t afford to miss out on these!

6. We promote you and your company! What other leads club actively promotes you and your business on their website and also via social media?

5. Your industry classification is protected. You will never compete against another group member. Furthermore, as a member in good standing, you have the right to veto any potential new members who you view as a conflict.

4. We offer a web-based CRM. Our leads are updated to a web-based database and reports are generated weekly. Additionally, all members have access to this complete database which holds every lead (and often key contact info) that has been shared since the group has been in existence.

3.  You are encouraged to promote your business and your services. What good is a leads group if you can’t promote your own business?

2. You will never be asked to be secretary-treasurer! Or to serve in any other officer, committee, or director capacity. I run this group as a business so that you will never have to be anything other than a great member. Since this is a business, I take your success extremely seriously!

And our #1 reason is …

1. We are so confident of your success that we will offer you a 90-Day 100% Money-Back Guarantee! If you are willing to do those things that we feel are necessary to ensure your success, and at the end of your first quarter you do not think that this is the best investment you have ever made, we will give you your money back and wish you well.

Dues to join NetWorks! Boise are $348.00 per quarter (that works out to $29.00 per week) and I’m pretty confident that we are probably the most expensive investment for a leads group at least in this valley. Please note that I said investment and not expense. If I invest $100 and make $1,000 is that a better investment than if I invest $25 and make $50? If you even have to think about that, we are probably not for you. If you are currently in a leads group and that group is working great for you, then God bless and stay there. On the other hand, if you are looking to substantially increase your revenues, you definitely would have to be nuts to not inquire about possible membership and I would encourage you to do so today.

Do you have anything to lose? No, but you do have everything to gain!

Author: Craig M. Jamieson

Craig M. Jamieson is a lifelong B2B salesperson, manager, owner, and a networking enthusiast. Adaptive Business Services provides solutions related to the sales professional including Boise’s best B2B leads groups, NetWorks! Boise Valley. We are a Nimble SCRM and a HootSuite Solution Partner and a Value Added Associate for TTI Performance Systems. Craig also conducts training and workshops primarily in social selling.