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    • 6 posts
    June 14, 2007 3:48 AM EDT
    They always talk about network marketing as being a business
    of duplications, but what`s duplicable about buying leads
    and calling them except the fact that it`s simple to do?

    Duplication is NOT based on how easy something is to do,
    rather it`s based how effective what you are doing is
    duplicated.

    One of the most important things I`ve learned and built my
    personal business around is the idea that buying leads is
    NOT that duplicable where it counts.

    One person may be great at the cold calling game, but odds
    are most people won`t be and that really doesn`t spell
    duplication if you asked me.

    Couple this with the one dimensional business modeland
    you can see why so many network marketers have such a
    tough time making anything in their business.

    Never run a business in which you only have one singular
    source of interested prospects. It may work for a while, but
    there`s always the question of what happens when the source
    runs dry?

    Here`s what should be focused on when we discuss the idea of
    duplication.- your marketing system.

    If you have a marketing system in place that will close
    leads at a consistent rate regardless of whether or not you
    ever interact with your prospect, well now you`re standing
    on firm ground.

    Make sure you have a strong marketing system and you take
    control of the lead generation process and you`ll be ahead
    of 97.31% of network marketers out there.

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    • 6 posts
    June 14, 2007 9:11 PM EDT
    you´re right that we have to work a lot but the truth is if you use the right tools you can achive your personal success without picking to call your prospect.

    i mean i work as a agel enterprises with the right tools and time i´m achive my financial freedom.

    I’ve used the eZine advertise is a very strategy that you are about to learn right here and I’ve created some
    exceptional growth in my business. Just to give you an idea, one Ezine ad that I sent to a
    list of a little over 2,000 subscribers that cost me $31, generated 55 new leads and 12 new
    sign ups in the course of 24 hours. That’s a 22% lead to sign up conversion ratio! I’ve
    had people in my downline that have had better results than this.

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    • 6 posts
    June 14, 2007 9:45 PM EDT
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    • 394 posts
    June 14, 2007 3:56 PM EDT

    For the record, I dislike MLM or network marketing or whatever...

    ... but this is an interesting post with some good points. Especially about using a correct skew strategy for leads. A deep skew network has fewer redundancies than a shallow skew network. Therefore, a deep skew network is less fault tolerant. Any change to a small network has vastly more effect on the network than the same change to a large network... This is best embodied by the old saw "sell to the masses, live with the classes". Here on SUN there is a lot of general discussion about why a broad customer base is good, but little discussion of why, and even less discussion of strategies to build that base.

    One the other hand, this post misses an extremely important point about why network marketing so often fails for the participant. It`s about behavior. Network marketing proponents believe that the prospect has to undergo very little change to use their services. But time and again, prospects demonstrate their unwillingness to change. I mean soft drink manufacturers spend billions of dollars trying to get consumers to change their behavior... and yet here I am drinking water or Diet Coke. I don`t drink Pepsi no matter how many advertisements I see.

    Network marketing is a big failure for most people because the average participant has little sales experience and they certainly don`t have the budget to engage an intiative designed to change consumer behavior. I don`t want to buy stuff from MLM and get laundry detergent or toilet paper in the mail. That`s really where MLM fails.

    MLM also fails because it has lottery-like odds of success. Even simple mathematics shows this to be true. However, MLM is marketed as an "easy" way to make it big, while the almost insurmountable task of changing consumer behavior is rarely discussed. I can agree that MLM proponents are often clear about the amount of work required - a lot - but they fail to disclose that the participant would actually have to work more hours than God has made to get people to buy even one item from a catalog. Couple that with the lack of sales experience, and often negative messages from MLM marketers [ ex: "rich people aren`t afraid to promote themselves" or "you`ll never get rich working a day job" ... and both of these statements are OUTRIGHT lies... ] and I can see many reasons why network marketing often fails in the execution space. Of course it fails most of the time ... it fails because most people don`t want to sell for a living... regardless of whether or not their prospect skew model is properly engineered. 

    • 394 posts
    June 14, 2007 9:35 PM EDT
    I have another question. I assume this tactic is available to anyone?

    If so, how does that give you any advantage over your competition? Surely you must compete for leads like anyone else?