Discussion in 'Network/Multi-level Marketing' started by BRV82, Apr 21, 2009.
Can anyone point me to some of the best forums to post in, where you are getting leads ? thanks!
Sure! Here are the 10 I post on regularly:
I use a special software that allows me to post, navigate, and reply to any posts I've made, within minutes. It also stores username and password to each forum. HTH!
See you on the boards!
is that forum warrior kesharn2
whats the name of the software?
That sounds like a very useful software. Do you mind sharing?
In my experience, for general online marketing the
best forum to READ is WarriorForum - not for recruiting
for your mlm, but for learning how things really work.
I'm pretty active there - look me up under my real name,
I have a forum browser I bought the rights to resell -
I have it in my download system so if anybody
wants it skype me at "lorenww" and I'll get you the link
and a coupon code to get it free.
The software is Russel Brunsons Forum Fortunes. I own resale rights if anyones interested in it...Just PM me here or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for how to get it.
Its a pretty nifty tool!
do you know a forum where we can look for prospects (since here is not allowed to talk about our MLM)?
Most forums all work the same way. However, many forums have sections where you can advertise your positions that need to be filled or help wanted or your sites.
This might be an idea for you.
As long as you are making posts in forums and adding quality with the information you share, you are building trust and relationships. This takes awhile but once you start that then you will see traffic going to your sites.
Gridellas is correct:
The only way to get your site seen is to have your link in your siggys and posting in the advertisement section of any given forum. Also, by posting frequently in forums your link is posted often in Google which counts toward building traffic as well!
I agree with gridellas - it's a matter of establishing
credibility by being seen as a contributor to the
I'd avoid being the person who posts 5 or 10 times more
posts than anybody else - you'll be perceived as an
individual with no life. If the forum is slow, move slowly
with it. If it is brisk, choose areas to specialize in and
try to help people out with accurate information.
Blatant advertising or pushing people to be your customer
won't get you far online... or offline for most people. I
find such behavior obnoxious but that doesn't stop
many of my online "friends" from having no interest in
anything or anyone except to recruit for their MLM.
Sad, really that people have learned such behavior.
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