• Network Marketing Fundamental Strategies – Avoid ‘Newbie’ Startup

    by  • April 29, 2009 • 5 pillars to success, Marketing, Personal Development • 1 Comment

    Hello there, loyal readers!

    I wanted to start off today’s post by saying THANK YOU, very much. Each one of my readers motivates me to learn more just so I can share more valuable stuff here on the LPNM.

    What today’s post is also about is your initial setup running a network marketing business. As you know, I’ve made tons of mistakes – have I ever stopped? and it’s my mission to prevent you from doing the same.

    Or at least not as bad as I did 😉

    I put together this video to clarify basic, yet fundamental, aspects of a network marketing business strategy that took me a while to figure out and that I still see going on with plenty of marketers out there.

    The video will explain 5 concepts regarding the regular operation of your business that will take any newbie off-guard.

    For example, the video explains why you should NOT say “Hi, This is Joe with Amway” when you’re on the phone with a prospect, and how to avoid trying to “convert” prospects into your business.

    I know this may seem basic to some of you, and I appreciate the fact that I do have readers well-positioned in this industry, but I defend a strong position in the video, one that most marketers would take different stand on.

    Which stand are you going to take? 😉

    One Response to Network Marketing Fundamental Strategies – Avoid ‘Newbie’ Startup

    1. April 8, 2010 at 4:46 PM

      Just what I needed to bring a little sunshine after a intense day. Very good prose that really gets the point covered. Thank you for taking the time.

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