Heres an example of a greeting you provide:
Dear new affiliate,
I am delighted that you've joined my SFI team!
As your SFI sponsor, I'm here to help you get off to a fast and profitable start. My success is tied directly to yours, so please don't hesitate to contact me to assist you with anything...anytime.
One thing I like to do to help the newest members of my team is to give them a free SFI gift certificate. If you're ready to get serious with SFI right away, I will send you a $20 gift certificate you can use towards SFI's most popular products. If you'd like to take advantage of my offer, just send me an e-mail at email@example.com
and mention the gift certificate.
I also operate an advertising co-op you'll want to consider participating in. The way the co-op works is I place ads for SFI, and then everyone in my co-op gets a share of all the leads generated. If you don't have experience in advertising, this is a great way to start building your own lucrative marketing team. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you'd like the details on how you can participate in my co-op.
One more thing: I have compiled an e-book of training tips. This book has taken me years to compile and contains a wealth of great ideas that can save you months of trial and error. I'd like to provide you with a copy of my e-book as a small token of my appreciation for joining my SFI team. You can download a free copy at mywebsite.com/ebook/.
Once again, welcome to SFI. I look forward to working with you!
Your contact information
Now if I do not have an ezine and don' understand how to setup and use a coop, is it good enough just to have this letter only offering the gift certificate?