Hiring an expert is the way to go if you want to do this fast and effectively. In the long run, new clients are worth more than what you have to pay to get help finding them. You’ll make far more money on one turned lead than you will spend on getting someone to help you get that lead. If that’s not the case for you, however, then things may need to change a little. You’ll want to go do some looking at reviews for various lead generation companies to see what they can help you with and if they are worth your time to work with.
Wow, I didn’t realize you knew Dennis too? I have been working closely with Dennis on a project with the leads he is generating…I’m the “tester” for a new company system he has built. Dennis has been a real great guy knowing, and I look forward to knowing him for the long haul. Small world Ray, very small. I mean even you were the one who helped my sponsor in your last company recruit me, we did a 3 way with you, and that’s when I learned about you. Small world after all!
Once you have your site or lead capture page in place you need to buy some traffic. What the heck is traffic right? Traffic is the industry word for people who visit websites. For example, when you go to Facebook, you are counted and referred to as “traffic” Traffic is very valuable, in fact Facebook make all their income from selling you and your information to advertisers. So does Google.
FindEmails allows you to download the purchased lead lists as a CSV, and also delivers the list as a CSV by email. Unlike Salesfully and UpLead, the leads do not appear in a preview, and the search results don’t update in real-time. This means that you will have to wait for a few minutes after telling FindEmails what you want, along with the maximum number of leads you want in the list, before it sends them to you by email.
Unlike UpLead or LinkedIn Sales Navigator, Salesfully does not directly integrate with any CRM software, meaning that users have to first export to a CRM and then import the file into the software. Salesfully also lacks the ability to make connections between leads to recommend additional prospects that may be a good fit based on your current customer base, like Sales Navigator.
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.
Then figure out where your target customers can be found—both physically and virtually. College students who need more income can be found on campus or on online forums or websites about learning to manage your money. Athletes and people who lead healthy lifestyles can be found at gyms and online groups or websites about running, yoga, healthy eating, and more.
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