National Wealth Center Retention Rates – How Are They?

National Wealth Center Retention Rates – How Are They?

I speak to many prospects everyday on the phone, Facebook, chat or via email with many questions about National Wealth Center.  One of the most common questions I receive is in regards to National Wealth Center retention rates.  If you are uncertain of what I am talking about, a retention rate is simply how long are people maintaining their membership in the program.  In other words, if a company’s retention rate is high, that means that the majority of members are staying in long-term.  If the retention rate is low, it means that the majority of members are dropping out shortly after joining.  When you apply retention rates to online business, the higher the better!  A company with a high retention rate means that you have a good chance of your team producing results which promotes a stable long-term income for you.

If you are looking for a program with a high retention rate, you have come to the right place.  National Wealth Center retention rates are high.  I cannot speak for all those who promote National Wealth Center, but my retention rate is 87%.


Key Points Contributing to the National Wealth Center Retention Rates Being High:

  • Very low entry fee for the $25 self development level; anyone can afford this
  • 100% commissions on the monthly referral levels;  this is unheard of in the industry and very lucrative for any member promoting
  • Super low admin fee which also gives access to National Savings Center where members can save money on purchases
  • Members break even with just 1 referral; just 1 referral and each member pays nothing

What Can You Do to Improve Your National Wealth Center Retention Rates or Your Retention Rates with Any Business?

Whether you are in National Wealth Center or any online business, it is inevitable that you will attract weak minded individuals who do not take action and quit within 30 days of signing up.  This often has nothing to do with you.  It is about lack of self-belief or their “why” for this business being clearly defined or big enough.

However, there are things you can do to improve your National Wealth Center retention rates, or your retention rates in any online business.  Try implementing what is listed below:

  • Make sure your members/customers/distributors are ‘plugged in’ to company webinars or calls for motivation and updates
  • If you have exclusive team training, make sure each new member receives it. ~ Harvest Jewel Has Training!
  • Be available by phone or email to answer questions.  Try to respond to people in 24 hours.  This can become challenging as your team grows, but will be very worth your while.