New vs Old Network Marketing System.

Discussion in 'Network/Multi-level Marketing' started by wrlawrence, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. wrlawrence

    wrlawrence New Member

    I started out many years ago in network marketing. I did what I was told to do and made a name list, went to hotel meetings and national conventions. I also made some money was promoted to Senior Vice President after recruitng over 200 people of my name list. The problem was when my name list became exhausted, I found no one to duplicate my efforts and out of business.

    I decided to rejoin network marketing a few months ago because I'm passionate about travel. This time I wanted to try a new way to market my business by using the power of the internet. I was introduced to Ann Seig the founder of the Renegade System, which I purchased for just a few dollors. I only got as far as where she recommends you purchase a Site Build It website. She said they could take a computer novice like me and teach me how to build a website that would give me a ton of presold prospects who are looking for an opportunity.

    She teaches so many methods but this was as far as I got. I went to work and built my website and several months later I have attracted prospects from all over the world. I have become so busy and do not see the need to try any other methods because the website is giving me all the business I can handle for the moment.


    If you are not trying attraction marketing techniques, you are missing the boat. The future of our business belongs to those who have postioned themselves on the internet.

    Good Luck!
     
  2. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    wrlawrence: I only got as far as where she recommends you purchase a Site Build It website. She said they could take a computer novice like me and teach me how to build a website that would give me a ton of presold prospects who are looking for an opportunity.
    I love SBI! [​IMG]

    I was hoping the link in your sig is your SBI site but your link isn't working...???
     
  3. wrlawrence

    wrlawrence New Member

    Thanks! I believe It's fine now. If anything it shows that anyone can build a website with SBI
     
  4. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    Nice website!! Mine is a little over a year old now and gaining momentum now... [​IMG]
     
  5. wrlawrence

    wrlawrence New Member

    Thank You Montana Mom! I checke dyour iste and saved it to favorites, Great INFO. I love SBI too!
     
  6. JHandy

    JHandy New Member

    Great...

    I recommend becoming the leader that you can be and learn marketing and you should be fine. Network marketing is a great industry if you know what you're doing. With the right teaching available these days, it's just a matter of taking action and implementing what you learn.


    Jerry
     
  7. happywife

    happywife Gold Member

    Great job, Bill. So glad to hear of your success with the SBI and network marketing combo. The site looks good.

    Blessings,
    Angie

    P.S. Homepage typo - change "since" to "sense" of accomplishment. [​IMG]
     
  8. gingerva

    gingerva Guest

    JHandy: I recommend becoming the leader that you can be and learn marketing and you should be fine. Network marketing is a great industry if you know what you're doing. With the right teaching available these days, it's just a matter of taking action and implementing what you learn.
    Jerry, I agree with you. Everything works if we learn the skills required to build and run a business and apply the lessons learned. Some people choose to market online and some people choose to market to their warm market. Some people do both. The key is to stay consistent, keep learning, keep growing and keep with it until you succeed.

    It's awesome that you found something that works for you and you are happy with. It is still a skill that you learned and applied. There have been many millionaires created through Network Marketing long before the Internet. Those skills, learned and applied are still effective today.

    Ginger Hogue
     
  9. carterstory

    carterstory New Member

    I would def take some time to look at any site hat has training on Internet marketing, autoresponders and social media. Take in what you Learn and then go do it.
    I always follow 80/20. 20% learning 80% doing. I learn best buly doing it and learning how to overcome the challanges that I may face in implementing the plan.
     
  10. floridalady

    floridalady New Member

    wrlawrence
    I have been in network marketing for many years. When I started we did not use Internet marketing and we still build our downlines.
    Today it is easlier and faster to use Internet marketing for a network marketing business. I use both old and new methods
    to promote my network marketing business.
     
  11. Mike McClurg

    Mike McClurg New Member

    I wholeheartedly agree with Ginger and floridalady

    I think a using online and offline methods are a winning combination

    There really was people having success before Al Gore invented
    The Internet.[​IMG]
     
  12. chucks

    chucks New Member

    Using both methods is definitely the right way to go.

    Don't shy away from any.

    Ultimately though, stick mainly to what works for You (offline or online)

    To your success,
    Chucks
     
  13. BruceMiles

    BruceMiles New Member

    It's good to know both methods of networking marketing.
    We always need to get ourselves update from every type of changes.
    Thanks
     
  14. rmartin

    rmartin New Member

    It's unbelievable that they call this industry network marketing when there really isn't any marketing being taught by our uplines and the only networking going on is limited to "our lists." When that list is exhausted we're told to just talk to everyone and stay motivated. I firmly believe there are mechanics involved in "marketing" to our prospects and the most successful mlmers should have these targeted leads seeking us out. This is very attainable now with the power of the internet and it's not very hard either once you learn. Lol, by the way I am new to this forum. I just felt like I had to get that out there and I am looking forward to talking to everyone here and learning some new things.
     
  15. brian early

    brian early New Member

    Off-line techniques do work. However, why not find people who want to talk to you. Instead of chasing people and talking them into your business.

    I would rather find an endless stream of prospects and put them through a filtering system. Let the qualified leads fall out the bottom. The others can buy products from you and supplement your income as well as defer your marketing costs.

    Attract people who have the same mindset as you. It is a lot more effiecient.
     

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