Write articles or blogs. Writing is an effective way to get in front of your market through other people's websites, and your only cost is that of your time in writing. The key to writing an article or blog that another site will run is to make it useful and informative, but not advertorial. As a network marketer, you have two types of articles and markets: The first is related to your product or service. If you sell candles, for example, then write a Valentine's Day post on creating romance with candles or something about how candles can improve mood. The second option is related to direct sales and the MLM business. For example, you can write articles about how your MLM career changed your life or how to be successful in direct sales for lifestyle and business websites. Just know that most places won't want you to directly promote your business within the article, but they may allow you to include a link to your website in your bio.
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More great content, Ray! I have a plan to implement your sticky note / bandit sign idea soon, and will check out the MLM Leads site as well. Question – and you may answer this in your training so excuse me if you do – but what are your thoughts re: setting up special phone numbers for bandit signs/sticky notes? Is there any need to create a buffer between us and the signs via a separate number?
One of the unique features of Sales Navigator is that it allows users to directly contact prospects using LinkedIn’s InMail feature. This allows users to send messages to prospects they aren’t already connected to on LinkedIn and see when recipients have read their email. You’re allowed you to send 20 InMail messages per month to reach new prospects directly on LinkedIn. The Team plan allows you to send an additional 10 InMail messages per month.
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.
Our Fresh Surveyed Leads are a popular and cost effective lead option to build your business. These prospects range in age from 0 to 7 days old, and have responded to an online offer about starting their own home based business. Each lead will contain the prospect's full contact information, email, and phone, plus answers to up to five survey questions. Your leads will be conveniently delivered all at once in a single batch, allowing you to start prospecting immediately.
Twitter offers a more automated means of lead capture. With a target web site, either your own or the ‘offer’ money site, you are in a position to write short articles or blogs and then post Tweets carrying links to these articles. Keep those down to about 10% of the total, linking the other 90% to interesting on-topic snippets elsewhere on the web. Then use a good scheduler to queue a week or two’s Tweets and then let it run on auto pilot.