Remaining Alive! – Top Ten Methods To Make Mlm Leads Online

For a long time David Wood was a nobody, toughing it out in the Network Marketing industry. He was hounding his warm market, going from shopping malls to meetings, cold calling – everthing his upline told him. It took him a long time of struggle, but he managed to crack the big time and have success in Network Marketing. While he loved the success he was having, he loathed what he was doing. He quickly lost interest, went to Hawaii with his wife and watched his income steadily decrease to nothing. He had to find a better way to build his business.

Check out the company’s web site. Usually, you put in your name and email address and that will get on the company’s web site. On the site, carefully read and listen to their video, and maybe get on an online webinar or conference call to learn more and hear what other have to say about their success. By all means, listen!

Include a resource box with your article that will send traffic back to your website or blog. Don’t be shy in your resource box telling your audience why you are the best in your industry.

Webinar Tip 4: Be clear with yourself WHY you are doing this webinar. Is it a freebie? Do you want to make money? Is it to gain practice? Because if you aren’t clear, you will put pressure on yourself for the wrong reasons i.e. it has to be perfect (but it’s my first one); “I’m doing it for free” (but you can’t afford to) and so on.

Don’t waste one side on a picture. Traditional postcards have a picture on one side and space for writing on the other. Use a picture it Webinar Jeo will grab eyeballs. But also include copy on both side of the card to further hook readers.

Then look at ways you can help prospects turn their “no” into a “yes.” Above all, be persistent. Keep inviting prospects to attend your training. When someone’s “not right now” becomes “OK, I want to proceed,” you want to be there ready to take the registration.

OK. You’ve got a webinar under your belt. People came. They learned. They asked probing questions. Your wit and expertise was obvious. It was a great experience. Now what?