|The first step in becoming a group manager is to create your group.
(Learn more about My Groups).
Here are some of the basics.
The group description appears at the top of your group home page -- the page where you'll send your potential customers.
This is the first impression your potential customers will have of your group, so it's important to write a good description that answers a few key questions:
You can use both text and HTML in your description. Do your best to create a visually appealing home page!
Once you've created your group, it will appear on the My Groups page, to which you link by clicking the My Groups link on the My Account page. From there you can manage your group by inviting listings, checking call activity, and creating marketing links to partner sites.
What is the administration fee?
The administration fee is the percentage of the advisor's earnings from each call that you, the group manager, receive for marketing and driving business to the listings in your group. You do not earn a percentage of all the advisor's earnings; only earnings on calls that you drive to them by promoting your group.
You can't raise the administration fee once you've set it, though you may choose to lower it in the future.
How does the math work?
Here's an example of how the call revenue is divided in a typical group call:
Listing price: $1.00 per minute
What is the Join Message?
The Join Message is the paragraph that appears at the top of your group's Join Page. You use this message to entice advisors to join your group. You might include information such as:
You can use both text and HTML in your message here as well.
Ready to give it a try? Click here to create your own group!
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