We are living in SUPER FAST times today and everybody are looking for ways to do more in the most efficient way in the less amount of time possible and I think that is a major hurdle with starting network marketing Traditional methods.
You might be trying to call or chase your “warm market” prospect in your lunch brake or tying to make time to call the leads that you purchase to get hang up and scream at 90% of the time or trying to squeeze a free day to make an “in home” presentation and even your prospects are trying to squeeze the time to make it to your presentation.
The Internet is what I consider the best way on how to start your business. You can setup a schedule and work it everyday at the same time and you can expose as much people as possible the same way big retailers do, but for the fraction or no cost at all. But the first thing you need to know is to understand the concept of marketing and that is what I think most of us have failed to understand on how to grow your MLM business.
What is marketing?
I am going to give you my personal version:
To promote to a particular audience the solution to a particular situation.
You might be asking “how do I start my business online?” Very simple, you are going to need something what I call “How to start an MLM business kit”.
1.Create a Lead Capture page. This is a website where your prospect can go and leave their info so you can follow up.
2.Create a blog. A blog is like a journal where you put info about yourself, your philosophies and your progress with the business. This builds credibility with your prospects.
3.Set up an auto responder. This is a system that will send all your prewritten emails to all your prospects.
4.Format your email. Talk about the thing that your prospect is interested about like money, time and freedom, NOT your product.
After your How to start your MLM Business Kit is done, go and join forums. It is a great way to promote your business and you will learn more tricks on how to start your business. Start growing your business, gain experience and teach others what you learn.