Pre-Launch Good or Bad?

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by freedom08, Dec 13, 2008.

  1. freedom08

    freedom08 Guest

    I've had the oppertunity to be apart of several different prelaunch programs over the past year. Has anyone had much success in a prelaunch company?
  2. cherie27

    cherie27 New Member

    How about you?

    Since you have joined several different prelaunch programs.

    How's your result?
  3. 10YearsPlusWAHM

    10YearsPlusWAHM New Member

    Pre-launch is good if you are a go-getter. The more you do, the more people fall under you in the future.

    Pre-launch is bad if you are expecting something for nothing, like overflow. There is more money to be made in being a "flow maker" than a "flow receiver."

    Pre-launch is good if you want to work directly with, and learn from, the successful types that start business. At the top of a company in prelaunch are usually the most experienced.

    Pre-launch is bad if you are inflexible. Pre-launch is where they are working out the bugs, the kinks. Sometimes staff is small, and overloaded. Sometimes internal systems fail, and need to be rebuilt. Sometimes legal statements aren't done, and you simply have to wait.

    Pre-launch should never last very long. I've seen some go for more than a few months (30 days is ideal, IMHO). When they go that long, you have to wonder WHY are they stringing out the launch? What is so terribly wrong? Why does the "excitement" of pre-launch needed for so long - isn't there anything else to move the company along? It makes me wonder...Is that all there is?
  4. unselfishbuddy

    unselfishbuddy New Member

    Pre-launch is great as it allows you to begin with the program at its early stages. Pre-launch works well especially if the structure of the program is forced-matrix, meaning there is a limit as to how many referrals you can have on your front line. The rest will then be re-assigned to other folks who have yet to fill their front line. It allows you to build an organization from the very beginning and you will just need to work towards maintaining your team
  5. seeyalater72

    seeyalater72 New Member

    Pre-launch programs can be great if you have the ability to recruit and create duplication throughout your dowline before the actual launch. If you can do this then you have the chance to make money even before your biz reaches the masses. This can be especially beneficial if your biz has a great product or service that will take off once the actual launch occurs.

    My biz is currently in pre-launch and I have been able to build a successful downline prior to launch. I have supreme confindence in our product so neeedless to say I'm very excited about the possiblities after full launch next month.

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