This article might trigger your thought processes and you might come up with a good idea.
Scenario 1. Mind Manipulation.
This is a scenario where the caller has valuable communication skills that allow him to breed drop-ins through social engineering. It doesn’t matter what the exact scheme of operation is. Such a caller can make drops working any scheme. Why does it work?
There are people with a weak psyche who are more suggestible and susceptible to influence than others. Their type of thinking and perception of information does not allow them to properly analyze the incoming information (lack of critical perception). Many callers are good psychologists, and in addition to the skills with which they skillfully manipulate drops, they have a skill that allows them to feel the very line between, yes and no, along which they skillfully lead drops – this is professionalism. The skill that allows them to feel the line (emotion tracking skill) is possessed by a certain type of callers/people, these are people with conceptual thinking, they know how to dive into an environment and build cause and effect relationships, build a so-called system. (in simple words, they understand why a drop at a certain moment asks certain questions or says certain words, and what cause it is a consequence of – so they instantly understand what lever at that moment should be pressed from the drop to get the result they want).
Scenario 2. Directive method.
The drop is directly informed that it needs to process transfers, or this duty can be masked among other duties. In this scenario, the drop handles only payments and does nothing else. One of the oldest working schemes. Some people practice this scheme without having a caller on their team. The main disadvantage of this scheme is a small conversion at all its stages, and even if the drop has given his BA – this is not a guarantee that he will do his job. If there is or is a good caller in the team – this scenario will work with a slightly higher conversion rate.
There are times when drop project owners don’t hire callers so they don’t go to extra expense. One of the reasons is the lack of necessary negotiation skills of DP owners, which would allow them to negotiate with a caller not for money, but on a partnership relationship and in the process test several callers at the same time. Partnership means that each party spends its resource, for example, the owner of dp – buys dp and response, + perhaps working with akami / customers, and in return the caller gives him a second resource called calls. If the caller works as a hired employee – he will never do the job as he would if he was a partner.
Make your callers your partners!
Scenario 3. Pumping.
Drops receive, before casting, test tasks that they need to complete. Variety of tasks is a lot, but their main purpose – this is an opportunity to pump drop, in the process, you can also analyze his human characteristics, look at his activity, listen to what types of questions he asks, you can pay him a small reward for the work (if drop a good), to increase his confidence level. It is possible to perform the scheme with test tasks several times if you have the resource and pump up the drop and maximize his level of trust. In this scenario, payout can be used as a pre-preparation tool for withdrawal, for example, you make payouts in btk, so the dropper needs to open btk and educate when working with it. If you are interested in withdrawal from the bay through btk, then when you get bonus/reward – it’s primarily interested in the drop. This scheme can also work on the basis of the staf. This scenario requires writing good instructions on how to perform test tasks, otherwise the drop may simply not understand what exactly he needs to do and he prefers to refuse for this reason. The scenario itself is very good, as the test tasks allow you to select the best droppers to prepare for the job, and most importantly increase the likelihood of successful completion of the fill.
Scenario 4. Trap.
The scenario is based on human psychological characteristics. Drops get many times more economic benefit than it takes to make the effort, and therefore do not notice the danger and how the beast falls into the trap. To lure him into the trap – first, the drop is also tossed bait in the first step, to bait his vigilance and increase his level of trust.
Test task based on a positive emotion – it means that the person not only performs the test task, but also receives a positive emotion, for example: he is sent a staf, which he keeps and must leave feedback (rating). Thus the drop does not just perform tasks, but also receives an economic benefit + a positive emotion.
The scenario works like this: the drop gets a staf, which he