Matt Lloyd Mobe Tips :You can reach that goal, not only faster, but easier because your position in MOBE can give you access to massive residual commissions even after your initial sales.
Single Sale, Multiple Commissions?
Imagine if you sold cars for a living. You would have to put on nice business clothes, talk to a lot of people, listen to their needs, show them the latest models, and go on test-drives.
You would have to make the sale because you’re working entirely on commission.
Now, imagine that after that first commission, you could make further commissions when the new car owner spent more money. How much you made would depend on your position in the sales department. Salespeople at a certain level could get commissions only on gas fill-ups. Higher level salespeople could get commissions on oil changes and fill-ups. Even higher level salespeople could get commissions on any maintenance or repairs … and on oil changes and fill-ups.
Those commissions could really start to add up. That’s a whole lot better than waiting eight years (the average time U.S. drivers keep a new car) to sell another car and make a single commission.
This is similar to how MOBE’s affiliate levels work.
What’s Your Position?
There are several levels of MOBE affiliates and each has the opportunity to earn big commissions.
Standard affiliates can earn 40-50% commissions on all of MOBE’s front-end products, but earn no commissions on back-end products. This means that if one of their leads buys the 21-Step My Top Tier Business (MTTB) program for $49, the affiliate earns $24.50. But if that MTTB customer later decides to upgrade to one of MOBE’s back-end programs (which are all high-ticket products, sold by our in-house phone sales team), the affiliate earns no commission.
MOBE License Rights (MLR) affiliates are the next level up. They can also earn commissions on front-end products, but rather than only 40-50%, they get 90%. On top of that, they are entitled to commissions of 33.3 to 60% on a range of MOBE’s back-end products. If one of their front-end sales later purchases the MLR program (a high-ticket, back-end product), the affiliate makes a $1,200 commission—and never even had to pick up the phone.
They can also make commissions of $3,300 to $10,000 per sale when their leads purchase the upper range of MOBE’s back-end programs. Again, affiliates at these levels don’t have to pick up the phone and sell if they don’t want to (though the commissions are even higher if they close their own back-end sales).
We call these various levels “positions.” The higher the position, the more and greater range of commissions an affiliate can collect. At the Diamond level, an affiliate is considered to be “fully-positioned” and has the potential to earn more than $20,000 in commissions from a single lead.
Speed of Achievement
Let’s say that your goal is to make $100,000 a year. That’s $8,333 a month or roughly $2,083 a week.
A Standard affiliate would have to sell 340 MTTB programs a month to achieve that goal. They could also do it by selling 55 to 85 of MOBE’s other front-end products.
An MLR-level affiliate, without any back-end sales, would have to sell 188 MTTBs or 31 to 55 of MOBE’s other front-end products. They could also do it with only six or seven MLR programs a month.
The Titanium and Platinum affiliates routinely earn commissions of $1,250, $3,300 and $5,500—sometimes all at once.
Affiliates at every level still need to drive traffic to their offers in order to get the leads, but it’s easy to see how few sales it takes to make $100,000 a year at the higher levels.
MOBE has paid out more than $51 million in commission to our affiliates. The biggest commissions go to the fully positioned affiliates. So, it factually pays to become fully positioned.