Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 at 7:11 PM
If your at all in involved with network marketing, you were most likely told to create a list of “2000” friends, family, and coworkers to introduce your business to. This is where most network marketing success starts to decline before it ever gets inclined.
This old school method is still the best approach for most new marketers. I would like to explain why and also, through a short story, tell why it is also the worst. The list is imperative, but has to used correctly. Network Marketing success depends on developing relationships. It is through the quality of these relationships that you can market to very targeted group of people who trust you enough to follow you, know you well enough to trust you, and like you enough to even listen to what you have to say. Read the rest of this entry
Monday, July 18th, 2011 at 8:29 PM
What you don’t Know, Can hurt. Most of us in the marketing community know the value of having a home based business when it comes to our personal taxes and use the internet or some other means of advertising to help us increase our sales and or recruiting. Most of us are also aware of the power and leverage associated with these tools, especially the internet as a primary delivery platform and the tax savings to help fund our marketing.
However, what you may not know, is that we are very few. Who better to help your prospects keep the money they already earn, than you, someone who leads with value. As marketers, specifically attraction marketers, knowing these specific benefits, and sharing them with prospects can have a dramatic impact on your recruiting efforts and ultimately your sales.
Tip Number One !
The Home Office: The standard home office deduction is directly proportional to the actual square footage of your home used for business administration and business storage areas. This includes things such as utilities, taxes, maintenance, and of course the corresponding percentage of your mortgage. Read the rest of this entry
Friday, July 1st, 2011 at 10:26 PM
“Dude … I’ve Seen Your Paycheck.”
I was fortunate enough to sit in on conference call with one of the leaders in my primary business, Mr. Erwen Mckin. He was able to explain how easy it is to build an
organization through the use of the simplest of strategies….
You gotta see this!
No, I really haven’t seen your pay check. But I sure hope you’ve looked at it recently.
It’s called the truth! Wow, what a concept huh….
Now I would hate to imply that any one of us has ever tried to recruit with anything less than scrupulous strategies. Read the rest of this entry