Many of you are lucky enough to know Bart Dangerfield as that ever helpful voice from our webinars. Bart is a virtual wealth of information and tips on how to be successful with GDI, not to mention the fact he gets to hear new tips in every single webinar.
To offer even more to our GDI users, Bart was kind enough to share his advice with us for where to turn when you need help. You can look forward to more tips on this topic and many others in the future. Read on for Bart’s advice.
New users can often become overwhelmed by all that GDI has to offer and in turn become a little lost. An easy way to combat this issue is to explore your members area. Below are two tips for doing just that.
1.Use the Products: It’s amazing what a little experience can do. Many times an affiliate might not know where to start. To get over this feeling, try simply using the products. This can be done just by using the product by adding content to a website or using your own .WS email address and can really provide insights into how to successfully share and communicate those benefits with others.
So, become “a product of the product” and continue using all the features provided with your GDI product package. You will be amazed at the ideas this can generate to help you be successful.
2. Explore Your Members Area: Well over 90% of the questions being fielded by GDI’s customer service department are already answered within the GDI Members Area. Because there is so much information here, it can be a little intimidating. However, if you start by clicking on the main “Support” menu command along the top of your Members Area, you will see that this resource can guide you through to find the answer to just about any topic.
Also, don’t forget to review the “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQ) section as well, here: http://website.ws/faq/. Both of these resources can most likely give you the answers you seek to just about any question, whether related to using the products or building your buiness.
Have you used any of the above techniques to create a better experience with GDI? Leave your answers in the comments.