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Achieving Success in Network Marketing

Updated on May 13, 2014

Successful Network Marketers

So, how does one succeed at internet marketing? The internet is plastered with 1000’s of network marketing ventures. One needs only spend an hour online to be bombarded with innumerably, great-sounding ideas. How many ideas can one person try? ONE or at most TWO ideas should be enough if you want to achieve internet marketing success.

The reality is, unless one is willing to devote all energy and time to a good idea, one will never achieve network marketing success. It is quite easy to be pulled in many directions if you are not committed to ONE.

What then must one do to succeed at internet marketing? It is simple. Research several offerings and select ONE idea (no more than two). Get to know your business in and out:
1. How did the company begin?
2. What is unique about your product?
3. How have business owners fared with that company?

If someone asks what is special about your business, do not repeat some tow line. You will be more convincing if what you say comes from within and from knowing yourself. Get to know.

After deciding which idea to run with, pay little attention to all the other offers of “quick success” and “latest invention to make you rich.” Focus! Focus! Focus! Yes, I would encourage you to seek additional information on how to promote your business. There are many ideas out there. A lot of it is free and some things you will have to pay for. Seek out the free stuff first and then spend a few dollars on something else. Remember, value is in the price.

Some ways to promote include:

1. Free Ad Postings;
2. Traffic Exchanges;
3. Blog Posts; and,
4. Forum Participation.

The above ideas work only to some extent. What I have found about free ad posting sites and traffic exchanges is that the people who participate are just like you – looking for traffic. They may not be prepared to jump into your business. Why should they, anyway? If they want to succeed they need to do what I am telling you – Focus on their business. However, there may be someone who may be trying something that is not working and may be searching for a way out. Your business idea may be the best thing to hit them.

As I said, the free stuff will only work to some extent, which means you may be forced to spend. Look out for meaningful and productive ways to invest every dollar.

To wrap up – to achieve Internet Marketing Success you must Focus on your ONE (or two) business ventures. Avoid being pulled in many directions.

Happy Marketing!


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    • tjmatel3 profile imageAUTHOR

      Peter Grant 

      8 years ago from McDonough, GA

      Thanks, Suziecat7! I have learned that lesson the hard way. Good luck being the new you!

    • suziecat7 profile image


      8 years ago from Asheville, NC

      I'm finally starting to narrow down my focus instead of flailing along in every direction. Great Hub.


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