What are ways to Success In Network Marketing?

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  1. websclubs profile image50
    websclubsposted 8 years ago

    What are ways to Success In Network Marketing?

  2. profile image0
    ankigarg87posted 8 years ago

    summarize all to Success In Network Marketing:

    1. Lack of leads = SOLVED

    2. Lack of money = SOLVED

    3. Lack of real marketing training = SOLVED

    4. Lack of duplication = SOLVED

  3. profile image48
    magnelposted 8 years ago

    Success in network marketing means you need to be generating leads regularly and those leads should follow a proper system which helps them to duplicate. Companies or team lacking to provide the right kind of training on promotion and product knowledge to their leads will not survive for long time in the market.

  4. Sterling Carter profile image70
    Sterling Carterposted 8 years ago

    Network Marketing in exploding. People are looking to make ends meet any way that they can.

    Having said that, you need to be able to lead your new prospects. You need to be able to show them either how to market or at the very least where to learn to market in a fashion that is very easy and attracts the right type of prospect.

    People will want to learn how to

    * Build Lead Capture Pages
    * Write Good Sales Copy
    * Learn How To Use Social Media
    * Learn How To Use PPC profitability

    This list is huge.

    The best advise I can give you right now is to look at this program. Yes it is an affiliate program for which I would get paid if you decide to use it. But for just $49 a month it is an awesome program. 

    If you do use this I would love to get paid for referring you. But if you feel that you just don't want to use my link simply remove my name from the link. It will cost the same no matter what.


    Plus I do have a couple of articles that may help you as well depending on where you are in your business building.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Use-Fund … Free-Leads

    Another article that you could benefit from is


  5. antobezzina profile image61
    antobezzinaposted 8 years ago

    Switching from the Traditional ways of hunting prospects down to using Attraction Marketing. 

    Instead of the 'What's in it for me, you start asking 'What's in it for them'.  Whether online or offline, you educate people on the subject. 

    The game changes from there.  You are not the pitchy salesperson but the expert in the field.

    NO "fake it until you make it".

    You stop the humiliation from family and friends.  No longer feeling like you're hitting a brick wall.

    You will have highly motivated prospects coming to you wanting more information.

    If online, you can make money even before prospecting them thus compensating for the costs in running your business.

  6. talfonso profile image82
    talfonsoposted 7 years ago

    Mine is working at it - it's a business, not a hobby. I have to JUGGLE taking care of my dying grandma and prospect people to become my business partners and/or customers. Also, I write down my powerful "why" and think about it every single day. Mine isn't about money, but it's to escape the loop of finding a job and not being able to grasp one because of Unicrazy personality tests and not worry on how I as an autistic would I make a living is my mother dies. (I live with her, who is also doing a network marketing biz for the same reason.)


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