Post Launch Profit Secrets – The Truth Behind Alex Jeffreys New Audio

People say that the best things in life are free. Others say you get nothing for free. For years in the marketing world, the latter statement was almost certainly true. but the age of information has changed the way people look at things like this beyond belief.

Alex Jeffreys is proving himself to be a top marketer with the launch of his latest free audio – Post Launch Profit Secrets, where he reveals how anyone can make thousands of dollars giving away a FREE information product and with minimum outlay.

You would think that the title holds no secrets as to what the audio is about, what Alex considers possibly the most important phase if you want to maintain profits, the Post Launch. However, you would be wrong. It is about the tactics used when releasing his previous launch, Post Launch Profits.

But even so, does it have any new information?

The audio is a conversation between Alex & another well known marketer, Michael Cheney in which they reveal secrets in how make you list responsive and how many people go about it the wrong way round.

He also explains the number one reason as to why he launched a product for free and the vital ingredients needed in order to get JV partners on board.

It describes his own learning curve, how he grew with his list and what basic tools are required, including the importance of keeping a journal of all your thoughts, successes and failures. The importance of knowing how your list is responding and what to. The importance of building a relationship with your list and most importantly, learning to focus on one thing and one thing only, building the list.

When broken down, the ideas are nothing new, the need to use autoresponders, squeeze pages, lead traffic generation (at first anyway) etc. However, what does make it intriguing, and different, is the context in which he uses these methods and the emphasis he puts on certain areas compared to more, some might think, obvious areas.

Post Launch Profit Secrets ends up being a refreshing twist into some tried and tested marketing techniques and will make sense to both newbies and experienced marketers alike.

Herbalife Review – A Look Inside the Company, Products and Compensation Plan

Herbalife was launched in Beverley Hills California in 1980. Company founder Mark Hughes had a personal goal of helping people lose weight and improve their health safely and effectively. He started out selling products from his car boot. Today, Herbalife is a multi-billion dollar company that has survived more than 20 years. Herbalife currently operates in 70 countries, and has more than 1.9 million distributors.The productsThe core Herbalife products are their Formula 1 Nutritional Shake mix, and a multivitamin complex. They also offer a wide range of health, fitness, wellness, and nutritional supplements, as well as personal care, skincare, and weight management products. Herbalife tests its products, and has written quality assurance procedures in place. The raw materials (including botanical ingredients) are sourced from reputable suppliers around the world.The business opportunityIf you become a Herbalife distributor, which involves an upfront cost, you get your own personal product at a discounted rate. You are then entitled to sell the opportunity to others. To my knowledge the selling techniques used by most distributors are more in line with the older style MLM companies. For example product parties, flyers, word of mouth, writing lists of friends and family. There are also regular meetings that you may want to consider attending if you want to make the most out of your business.The compensation planThere are about 14 different levels within the Herbalife structure. Everyone starts at the bottom level as a distributor. The aim is to then work your way up the ladder by selling more product, which gains you more volume points. The majority of Herbalife representatives are in the bottom half of the structure. In addition to that, the small percentage of people at the top are making the majority of the money. It is modelled on a breakaway type compensation plan, so you will break away from your original sponsor once you reach a certain level of volume points.ConclusionHerbalife has been around for over 20 years, so if you are looking for longevity, then it could be a good choice for you. Some things you might want to take into consideration when looking into Herbalife is that you have to have your own stock inventory, take orders, collect money. You will also need to get in people’s faces to get sales. If you are comfortable working your business that way, then it may be worth considering.

Why an Integrated Workplace Safety and Wellness Program Is Best

Employees are a business’s most valuable asset and keeping them safe and healthy should be a priority for any company. Many businesses have a workplace safety program and a wellness program, but the two programs operate independently of one another – but should they? There are some compelling reasons to integrate the two so that employees can benefit from a more global, holistic approach to staying safe and healthy on the job.

To adequately address health and safety issues, companies need to look not only at whether an employee is performing their job safely but whether they’re healthy and fit enough to do their job without a high risk of injury. Issues like obesity, poor physical fitness and inadequate nutrition make it harder for employees to carry out certain tasks in the workplace.

The link between health and safety

According to research published in the American Journal of Public Health, people who are obese are at higher risk for occupational health issues and injuries. When obese staff are exposed to chemicals on the job, they’re at higher risk for occupational asthma and heart and lung issues compared to a non-obese person. They’re also at greater risk for ergonomic issues and bio-mechanical problems including carpal tunnel syndrome. If companies focus on workplace safety without addressing the obesity issue, the bigger problem remains. A unified approach that integrates occupational safety measures with wellness initiatives that emphasize good nutrition and weight control provides a more effective solution to the problem.

There’s also the issue of back injuries. Back injuries are one of the most common workplace safety issues, and people who are overweight and physically unfit are at higher risk for injuring their back on the job. Most back injuries occur as a result of lifting objects at work and ergonomic issues. Although it’s not possible to prevent all work-related back problems, integrating wellness with safety by emphasizing regular exercise to strengthen muscles in the lower back can reduce back injuries. Integrating workplace safety and wellness offers a more well-rounded approach to preventing back injuries.

What part does wellness play in safety? Wellness programs that focus on stress reduction, smoking cessation and alcohol and drug-related issues are also important for workplace safety. According to a study published in a Canadian publication called The Daily, smokers are at greater risk for being injured at work compared to non-smokers. Among women, the risk was nearly double. Stress does more than just affect employees psychologically – it increases their risk of being injured on the job. Employees who are under stress at home or at work are distracted and less able to focus on doing their job safely. Integrating stress management into a workplace safety program can help reduce the number of injuries and motivate employees to be more productive. Nutrition is another factor that a workplace safety and wellness program should address. Employees who start their day with only a cup of coffee are more prone to blood sugar drops that can lead to workplace injuries. Good nutrition is an integral part of any safety program.

There’s another benefit of merging wellness and workplace safety. Employees are less likely to participate in programs that address workplace hazards than they are wellness programs that focus on personal benefits. Integrating the two makes it more likely that employees will take part.

The bottom line

Combining workplace safety with wellness has a number of benefits for both employees and employers. Most importantly, it helps to create a safer, healthier and more productive workplace – and that’s something every company should strive for.