More On MLM Lead Generation

Written by Michael Lemm

A few more brief comments on MLM lead generation....

1. The quality ofrepparttar lead source is only one factor.....important but not as much a contibutor as "you". You arerepparttar 122454 determiner ofrepparttar 122455 real success with any lead source. That's why peoples experiences vary so much.

2. Success with leads is most about numbers, time, & "you". Sufficient numbers, followed consistently over time (minimum of 6 months), & applying a disciplined method of follow-up will show results with most any lead source.

3. A quality generic lead source is a good thing (must be pre-qualified, 48 hrs old or less, non-shared, & exclusive to warrant quality label). Company generated specific leads are a better "good thing". Generating quality leads yourself isrepparttar 122456 best "good thing". Doing all 3 isrepparttar 122457 "really best good thing". Everything else is a waste.

I'm sorry but comments like "I tried a batch & they didn't work" (insufficient numbers & time)....."they sucked" (absent detail on your contact/follow-up method, numbers & time).....etc. don't really support a position very well.

Understand that there really are only a very few legit quality lead sources (private generators not available to general public) that allrepparttar 122458 quality leads programs use to some extent. Plusrepparttar 122459 quality leads programs will also generate their own leads too as a major part of their "program".....AND give yourepparttar 122460 ability to dorepparttar 122461 same thing. So actually there's not a lot of difference betweenrepparttar 122462 top lead programs....and there are very few of them.

Tips On How To Make Some Noise In Your Local Marketplace

Written by Michael Lemm

Here's some easy and inexpensive ways to make some Noise in your local marketplace and get you and your MLM business noticed. In many cases you're not trying to deliver your product message or directly recruit new distributors but to let your local area or community know you exist and set a postive image for your business ... and maybe take a look at what you have to offer.

- Joinrepparttar Chamber of Commerce (a cheap investment) and be active! Attend events, contribute door prizes for "mixers". Become an officer or join a committee.

- Write an article for your local paper or "Pennysaver" - an article that's not about you or your product but aboutrepparttar 122453 "problem" that you and your product solve.

- Join local service clubs such as Rotary, Lions, etc. and network

- Look for local businesses who are "complementary" to yours, e.g.. a health club/gym and a health/nutritional product. What could you do together that makes more Noise than either alone? Run a seminar, sponsor an event, buy a booth at a local craft or trade show?

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