How Spillover Works
If you are planning to work to build a business, you will be CREATING spillover for your group. If you are waiting for someone to create spillover for you, be prepared to wait a while, exercise patience, and put these tools to use for lead generation and follow up in your business.
We get that there are folks promoting what they call “team builds” where they say they will create spillover for you. So, I am going to be very very clear: I have NEVER met a single top affiliate, top producer, or top income earner that reached that status by waiting on someone else to build their business for them. A true “team build” is a group of people working together as a team to achieve shared goals.
Compare these two scenarios:
Group 1 works together. Each member of that team is actually focused on learning the tools, using the tools, and teaching others to learn and use the tools. This is a group of people that are working together to create success. The resulting spillover is simply inevitable due to a group of affiliates just being consistent.
Group 2 is simply a bunch of folks waiting for spillover from their sponsor.
Guess which one of those groups is profitable. Group 2 has incredibly high attrition, lots of complaining, and very little success. Group 1 is just building, making things happen, and causing their income to go up.
Does spillover actually happen? Yes! Every single day! But this is not a business building strategy. It’s a side benefit of actual work. It can be a great way to provide some encouragement to that new Affiliate who is just getting started. As you keep working and teaching your referrals to work, there will be even more spillover happening. The more you teach people to join for spillover, the slower your business will grow.
The really good news is that it doesn’t take all that much real “work” to be productive. A few minutes spent on productive activity each day can lead to some incredible results… especially when you start scaling your efforts by recruiting like-minded business builders. So, let’s take a look at how all this can flow through our 3×10 matrix system.
When you first decided to become an Affiliate, you were placed at the top of your very own 3×10 matrix system. This means that you can have 3 referrals on your first level. Your 2nd level can hold 9 referrals. Your 3rd level can hold 27 referrals and so on through 10 levels.
Now, let’s map this out as if you are the only one building sales in your organization. You bring in your first new referral. They are placed directly below you on your first level (like the lady with the red blouse, above). You bring in a 2nd referral. They are placed in the next spot on your first level (like the man in the grey suit, above). Your refer a 3rd sale and that sale is placed on the last available spot on your first level (like the lady in the pink blouse, above). Your first level is filled.
The 4th sale you refer is placed on your 2nd level, directly below your first referral.
The 5th sale you refer is placed on your 2nd level, directly below your 2nd referral.
The 6th sale you refer is placed on your 2nd level, directly below your 3rd referral.
Your 7th sale you refer is placed on your 2nd level, directly below your first referral.
You are creating spillover for your first level referrals.
Now, teach your first level referrals to do the same. As your business begins to scale and grow, your income can take on a very exciting and profitable path.
Feel free to ask any other questions you may have for us about the TrafficWave.net pay plan and how spillover works.
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