SFI Rule For Success #5


Treat TripleClicks as YOUR store

As one of our affiliates, you and SFI are partners. Therefore, you need to think of SFI products as YOUR products. And you need to think of TripleClicks.com as YOUR store.

 

Because it is your store, when you buy products and services for yourself or others, you always need to shop your own store (TripleClicks) first.

 

If you owned a bakery, you wouldn’t be buying cinnamon rolls from the bakery down the street. If you owned an office supplies store, you wouldn’t drive to a competitor’s store to buy a stapler or paperclips.

 

Treat TC as your store
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It’s the exact same thing as an SFI affiliate, especially when it comes to products you’re ALREADY buying. Your store (TripleClicks.com) probably carries many products and/or services that you ALREADY purchase from a local store or other service provider. You should transfer those purchases…to YOUR store.

 

Remember, we’re not talking about spending extra money, just changing from where you’re buying.

 

So what’s in it for you? What benefit do you get out of buying from your own store?

 

For starters, your purchases at TripleClicks earn you valuable VersaPoints, which you can parlay into numerous benefits and increased earnings. You also earn Member Rewards Points with every purchase.

 

But it’s goes much, much further than that. The fact is, SFI’s success—and your success as an SFI affiliate—is tied directly to the success of TripleClicks (TC). The more successful TC is, the more successful SFI’s affiliates will be.

 

A popular and successful TC means:

 

• Easier sponsoring of SFI affiliates
• Easier referrals of TC members
• More and better ECAs
• More products & services
• Better prices
• Lower shipping costs
• and MORE

 

…which all leads to larger affiliate commissions of course!

SFI Rules of Success

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