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Tired Of The Old School Network Marketing Techniques?

Date Added: August 01, 2009 07:29:01 AM
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Category: Business & Economy: Marketing and Advertising



Tired Of The Old School Network Marketing Techniques?



Author: Rudy


Subject: Tired Of The Old School Network Marketing Techniques?

Are you tired of the old school network marketing techniques? You know the 3 foot rule, passing out flyers, bugging your family and friends, and bringing your prospects to a business overview.

I remember when I first joined my first network marketing company, I was told to use these types of techniques. I was told to make a list of 50 to 100 persons that I knew and basically call each one on that list to ask and see if they would be interested in a business opportunity making some extra money.

That didn’t go over that well; I was only faced with questions that I wasn't able to answer, and people hung up on me, and was faced with nothing but rejection.

When I was officially shunned by everyone that I knew, all my upline told me to do was to go out and buy some opportunity leads.

This led me to some more rejection and I spending good money I never owned.

Now I was out of money, and had nothing to show for it.

Then just as I was going to give up, I found what I consider to be the "life saver" for my business.

This life saver I speak of was Mike Dillard's 7 Day Free Video Boot Camp.

In these 7 free videos Mike explained how I could attract an endless stream of prospects to me ready to join and actually get paid to prospect.

These videos have really changed the way I do my business, and I think they can help you too.

You can get free instant access to these free videos here...

http://rudman101.magneticsponsoringonline.com

(copy and paste the link into your browser)

Enjoy,

Rudy Horvath



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