....Is Network Marketing Easy??....

Written by Michael Lemm


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4. Web decals on your vehicle(s) is another inexpensive method. I have one on each of our family cars (back window) with a short "catch line" and my url. Cost was ~ $40 each butrepparttar visiblity is priceless.

5. Newspaper/magazine ads can be found that aren't going to cost an arm and a leg. Local publications are a good place to start. nationwidenewspapers.com is an excellent source. For some of my services I've found College student newspapers and alumni magazines to be good performers.

These are just a few examples.

Of course there arerepparttar 122446 traditional ezine ads, leads programs, Forum participation (sig line - branding reputation), search engines, "3 foot rule", etc. Most of these will cost you money...all will cost you time & effort.

The key I believe is in being creative and sticking to what best fits your time, effort, money combination. It is and should be a personal choice. Ifrepparttar 122447 dollar "cost" doesn't give yourepparttar 122448 dollar "value" you hope for....keep looking. But don't EVER give up.

Plus...diversify. Use multiple methods. Why limit yourself to just "one path"?

Should we just sponsor those willing to waste $1,000's advertising? Heck no!! We should sponsor anyone interested and teach them how to advertise in a manner best suited for them. Don't mislead them with false expectations or pressure them into uncomfortable actions. Lead them to solutions which best fit their expectations & abilities (time, effort, money).

John Milton Fogg's answer torepparttar 122449 question is priceless......"It is simple, but it isn't easy."

Captures it pretty well I'd say. That'srepparttar 122450 message. It's not hard to understand...should/is fun.....but does take some effort.

Sending any message to prospects that denies effort is involved or necessary....misleads folks into becoming part ofrepparttar 122451 "failed or quit" statistics.

It leads to false expectations.

They start to think they can sit onrepparttar 122452 couch with beer & potatoe chips watching Oprah on TV all day....andrepparttar 122453 money will roll in by itself.

Lays, Coronas, and Dr. Phil aren't going to build your business.

YOU are.

In my mind (OK...my opinion)....that'srepparttar 122454 core of any message they should receive.

If you really care...that's what you'll tell them.

Be honest....

What do YOU think????



Michael is Moderator for MLMForums.com and the owner of FreedomFire Communications http://ld.net/mscprez . You can get more MLM tips, wit, and wisdom from Michael at http://Best-MLM-Resources.blogspot.com


You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet!

Written by Michael Lemm


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Now remember, you don't want to recruit new agents just forrepparttar sake of recruiting because that gets you nothing. An agent in your downline who gets ZERO customers is no good to you, or to themselves. You probably have some agents who have a very respectable number of agents in their entire downline organization ... but if you look at their reports, you'll see more zeros than my last class reunion!

If you recruit motivated people who have a desire to succeed, as well as helping them to get started (even if it's just keeping in touch with them and getting them plugged intorepparttar 122445 trainings and help resources that are readily available), you can begin to build an organization that you can be proud of, and that will be creating a revenue stream for you.

Back torepparttar 122446 title for this diatribe, I just gotta tell you that YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHIN' YET. The Network Marketing industry is here to stay. Although likely to evolve more...the industry can only get stronger. Why? Because it makes sense....and WORKS if YOU work. Plus it'srepparttar 122447 one true option to escaperepparttar 122448 J.O.B. for anyone willing.

At this point, you've got a fabulous set of products and services that you can market and sell at extremely competitive pricing, and receive impressive commissions (of course....depending onrepparttar 122449 company you've chosen to align yourself with).

My encouragement to you is that if you've started building your business, that's fantastic and keep at it. If you're new or haven't really started yet, now would be an excellent time to position yourself with downline agents and new customers, because you're gonna just LOVE it when you see what's coming. Optimistic?? Guilty as charged. Why? Well....why not??

If you understand and realize that it's GREAT right now...

You ain't seen nothin' yet.

Michael is Moderator for MLMForums.com and the owner of FreedomFire Communications http://ld.net/mscprez . You can get more MLM tips, wit, and wisdom from Michael at http://Best-MLM-Resources.blogspot.com


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