FindEmails has a simple search tool that allows users to find prospects based on their company and job title. For example, users can search for “managers at Microsoft” or “VP at General Motors.” Unlike other options, FindEmails deducts credits when you conduct a search, not just when you download or export prospects. FindEmails is also simple to use, but is far less advanced in terms of search filters compared to D&B Hoovers, Salesfully, or UpLead.
Get them to watch a company presentation and then ask them what they liked about what they saw. One of the, if not THE, best question to ask a bought MLM lead is: “What has recently changed in your life that has you open to a home business?” This question is frigging awesome to get them to open up. If your upline has not provided you with a place to purchase MLM leads for practice and to work with, I have a partnership with Responsive Data where you can buy MLM leads on this site. I have personally bought from this site and the leads are good quality but like I said, you STILL have to treat them like a lead, not a laydown sale. My favorite type are the local leads as I think it is a bonus if I can say I live in their area.
Many MLM companies recommend starting with a list of 100 people you know, called your warm market. Although it's not a bad place to start when looking for customers and business builders, the technique could also backfire and get to the point where you're annoying friends and family. You're better off spending your time finding people who are interested in what you've got rather than trying to convince your commuting buddy to sign up when he doesn't want to.
UpLead verifies lists at the time of export, as opposed to other options like Salesfully, which verifies information on a scheduled basis, but not necessarily in real-time. UpLead also verifies the recipient’s email server configuration to determine whether your email will likely be received, or if the server has a firewall or spam filter that may bounce the email back to you. This is helpful in maintaining a good sender reputation with your email provider.
As a last resort, you could try cold calling by phone. This is probably the most depressing and soul destroying activity on the planet. Even if you get past the usual questions such as ‘If you’re selling something – I’m not interested’ and ‘How did you get my number?’ you need a really slick and professional script and the ability to recognize and avoid lonely old ladies who just want to interact with someone, anyone, in fact.