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Mandura Business Review:

Mandura corporate headquarters is located in Florida..

Founder of the company is Casey Yarbrough. Casey has been involved in relationship marketing for most of his adult life.

Fresh out of college and newly married, Casey became involved in a network marketing company called Excel Communications. His goal was to enable his wife to stay home with their new baby by replacing her income with the profits he gained through this opportunity. Casey quickly built a large organisation and they both were able to quit their jobs and work full time in the network marketing business.

It only took Casey five years to build 10,000 reps and 100,000 customers, the company then sold for $2 billion dollars.

Casey moved on to financial advising for a national financial and lending corporation, becoming the company`s #1 financial advisor in the nation averaging $14 million a month in residential mortgages.

Casey then started his own mortgage company that was successful for about four years, then the economy bagan to crash.

Casey prayed for a new direction. Casey has always been interested in the nutritional business.

Casey decided he wanted to start a nutrition juice company that would help people physically and financially. With an abundance of experience in finance and relationship marketing, Mandura perfectly fit not only Casey`s talents, but his new goal.

The premier product is called Mandura. Mandura comes in 32oz bottles and includes Durian fruit, Mangosteen, Acai All the ingredients are high in antioxidants and healing properties. It appears to be a good product that is competitive in the market.

I don’t like preservatives and Mandura contains zero preservatives. Mandura’s bottling process uses no preservatives and the product has a two year shelf life.

The compensation plan is nothing like any MLM company around. It is a straight line, which means no weak leg.. Once you become a distributor, anyone else that joins after YOU is placed in YOUR team! How would you like to have your team built for you while you are doing other things? To move up in the plan you have to personally sponsor new distributors. Just like owning your own business you must produce to get rewards.

I could not find any training on the corporate website. Mandura has various tools to aid the new distributor such as , business cards,

I will assume that most of the training will be “Old school” techniques. Many new distributors will be told to make a list of 100 people they know, attack their warm market, pass out fliers, buy leads, etc….

What happens when the distributor finishes his or her list? How are they going to acquire more leads?

This is where the power of the internet comes in. In one day, how many times can you show your plan? Maybe five? Using my techniques and system you could reach up to 1 million people a day.

I can help the Mandura distributor generate leads and have people calling them about their opportunity. You will have what they want and they will call YOU. No more chasing family and friends. No more cold calling. No more 3 foot rule.

I get my leads for FREE and I want to show you how. That’s right. My mentor taught me these powerful technique for free and now I want to teach you.

I use all the social sites to generate leads and I will show you how I do it. This type of marketing cost nothing. Zero. Nada!

The Importance Of Coupons And Vouchers

An integral component of building Raving Fans is rewarding your customers. You sell the best gizmos and provide fabulous customer service (both vital to building good relationships with your customers) but what turns a loyal customer into a Raving Fan.

Coupons or vouchers have an important role to play in saying thank you and making customers feel special. You can have a lot of fun and create a lot of loyalty. Lets look at when to use vouchers. A list of just some of the applications with examples follow. When you get the idea make sure you look at the last item what to remember before you set up your own vouchers.
Giving away things for FREE or discounted requires a bit of thought.

When to use vouchers: Saying Thank you

Vouchers and coupons are a great way to say Thank you. Use them when your customers complete a survey for you or when they first become a customer. Can you imagine going into a florist, purchasing flowers for you wife, completing the registration formthen when you open the computer the next day at workhey presto a thank you email with a voucher towards you next purchase, to welcome you to the we dont forget important dates Florist!. Nice touch!

When to use Vouchers: To move slow stock

Say you are a fashion shop. the Summer Sales are upon you so you generate a coupon to send to your loyal customer database and offer them an advanced opportunity to purchase before the general public. Summer sale starts on 1 June, come in any time the week prior, present your coupon and purchase at sale prices offer only available to customers of the Chic Fashion House. They feel special. They have a choice of all stock before general release and chances are, they will visit and purchase.

When to use Vouchers: Announce and move new stock

A florist has just ordered a pallet of designer pots. A new line for the business. She generates a voucher offering a special deal to her loyal customers. she offers a better price than the one she intends to offer to the general public. Special delivery at a special price due to go on sale on 1 September at $10 per pot, we are offering our Flower Family a sneak opportunity to purchase at just $8.50 per pot when you purchase two. In a single email you have raised awareness among your loyal customers of a new line you are carrying and again you are making them feel special. From their response, youll also get an idea of how popular its going to be!

When to use Vouchers: Cross-sell other products and services.

How many product lines do you carry? A few? Do your regular customers use all your services or just one or two? Do the ones that use just one of two even know about your other services or products? What would happen to your business if say 20% of your existing customers, purchased one other product or service from you? Its a pot of gold!!! And you have it. Just a quick note to thank you for your purchase and to include a voucher for our Pretty Pots at least thats what we think they are! Use you voucher to purchase one of our Pretty Pots and see for yourself. Look forward to seeing you next time. In a single email you have raised awareness among your loyal customers of other products or services they may not be aware of, and you have encouraged them to purchase.

When to use Vouchers: As an inducement to place another order / Up-selling

Coupons can form part of an ongoing promotion to encourage repeat orders and prevent customers straying. Often customers just wander off. You have done nothing wrong they just have a competitors name to hand at the time they want to order and hey presto, theyre gone! A printer completes a job for a new client. The clients information is now on the database. A thank you and Coupon is emailed out immediately offering a discount or an up-sell on a second order. I.e. the customer ordered 10,000 brochures. As a thank you he is offered a voucher for 500 business cards FREE with his next order. This printer will qualify the size of the next order on the voucher, and the expiry date. He can gang up multiple businesses, to make his business card offer really economic to print.

When to use Vouchers: Filling in a slow time in the season

Lots of companies dread particularly slow times of the year. They know they are coming but have difficulty cranking up work. Now you have a database, you can offer any number of inducements to help fill in this slow time. Imagine you are a car repair company. Every year you have a particularly slow period in January. Plan ahead. This year you are going to offer a free wheel alignment with every service if booked before Christmas for a January job. Tourism operators are very seasonal. In February everyone goes home and your resort is empty. Do a deal with the local cinema and send out a coupon to your more local market that would like a special night out. Offer a Fab February Flick deal. Book a room and get a free cinema tickets to whatever is on that month. Lots of ideas it just needs pre-planning and you should never be sitting dreading that slow month again!

What to remember?

When considering sending out a voucher, make sure you consider: What value – Giving away something free or discounted requires thinking through. Is it going to cheapen my product? Is the amount I am sacrificing worth the additional revenue? Can I pick up the cost I am sacrificing by increasing my charges anywhere? Once you have satisfied these questions, move on. Put a cutoff date for the offer.

You dont want them valid for too long because customers tend to procrastinate then end up never using the coupons or vouchers. Similarly you dont want them brining a voucher into your business in 2 years and expect you to honor it.

There always has to be conditions applied to your coupons and vouchers. For example, you may want to make them non-transferable or applicable to non-sale items. If its for a service then you might want to exclude times that you know you will be busy.