Getting leads is just one step in the sales cycle. Next, you need to qualify them to determine if they're a good fit, then make your pitch, and finally, follow up. Many network marketers don't like the sales process, but it doesn't have to be hard or scary, especially if you start with leads who've come to you specifically to know about what you offer.
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.
When a person buys a car, he or she realizes he will need to buy fuel for that car. Same for a business. Anyone who starts or builds a business needs fuel for that business, and that fuel is traffic that converts to customers. Our system is a 100% online business, and doesn’t conflict with your current MLM. As a matter of fact, bring your existing down-line into our system, and then you will find that true reproduction is possible. Many of your down line are not sponsoring because they don’t know how to find good leads. With our system, the Traffic and lead pages, the sales videos, the way to collect money for your sales, all that is done for you. So you are basically counting on experts to do these tasks for you. It would take you years to gain the expertise and testing experience that these leaders have.
With the advent of internet marketing has come a whole new science of selling online making the acquisition of those elusive network marketing leads just a little bit easier. Easy access to the internet for both the marketer and, much more importantly, their potential customers, has forced a whole new set of ideas to the forefront. Here are just a few of the options that are now available.
The reason I started Apache Leads way back in 2003 was that I was a Diamond level distributor for a San Diego based MLM company and had quite a large business. None of my associates had any access to leads, so that's how we got started. The demand for leads grew so fast that I had to focus on getting quality, affordable leads in ever increasing numbers.
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