“I was surfing last week and found your site. You were not on our recommended lead list but I thought I would give you a try on my own. Last time I broke ranks it was a waste of my time and money and quite a punishment. Purchased your leads last week just to see how they would worked out. I have been pleased enough to be back this week and I have recommended you to one other person so far. Another few weeks and then I might can present you to my upline and downline.”
Facebook used to be an easy source to tap into, but since they have formed a public company with shareholders who need to be kept happy, Facebook have changed their Terms of Service several times recently and have clamped down on a number of things that used to make lead generation relatively easy. They have discouraged siphoning off clients to external web sites and CPA offers, and have raised the cost of advertisements that do this. It remains a viable lead source however.
An entrepreneur can operate a new business under a recognized business name. They can then receive support from the franchise headquarters with marketing, promotional materials, new business products or services, etc. Good examples of popular franchises are McDonalds and Subway restaurants, home cleaning businesses, Dollar Store, or fitness centers.
I give you two great suggestions AND a really easy script inside the below video but I really want to stress that MOST people buy MLM Leads with the wrong expectation. They think they should be lay down sales and that is just not the case typically. You still need to bone up on our closing and communication skills as well as your follow up skills. Don’t just make one call and expect that to be it, in the video I suggest a long term follow up strategy that some of you would REALLY get more sales if you implemented.
UpLead does not include unlimited leads on any of their plans, unlike what is available from Salesfully. Instead, it provides users with a monthly allotment of credits, each of which unlocks one contact. UpLead also does not offer phone or email support, only a knowledge base and the ability to submit support tickets. Also, while the service is good at producing quality email addresses, it often delivers generic business phone numbers instead of direct contact numbers.
Networking, as it used to be called, is a pretty thankless task. The conventional approach to networking was to start with the network of friends and colleagues that you already have; friends and family, your existing clients, your contacts at the squash club and so on. Most people feel uncomfortable pitching to friends and family, unless you have an unbeatable idea or concept, but if that was the case, then lead generation would not be a problem