Becoming A Successful Distributor in MLM – Network Marketing

What separates a successful networker from one who has yet to succeed? Simply this: Successful distributors do the daily disciplines (DMO) destined to take him or her—over time—to greatness!

So if you’re ready to become a success in network marketing, here is a proven success formula you should consider:

* Read a good book for 30-minutes every day.
* Listen to 30-minutes of an audio program every day.
*Take a class at least four times every year.

You see, successful distributors, and those who want to become successful distributors, select one area of their business to improve monthly—and then they go to work on getting better! Because serious students of success are truly focused on mastering the fundamentals: Read the rest of this entry »

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Give Value, do More Than is Expected in your MLM Presentations

What:

One thing most of us have in common is that we love to get a little bit more than we paid for. This idea, is called “Give Value”, and involves two elements: first is to know and/or establish what is expected and then, to deliver above and beyond those expectations.

Why:

At a minimum, you want people to be satisfied with your MLM presentation, sales pitch, speech, meeting or MLM training session while achieving your objectives this is equivalent to “getting your money’s worth”. Beyond the basics, you want to be respected and remembered as someone who perhaps did just a bit more than required to get the job done (it’s how we build great reputations).

How:

Here are Seven Secrets on how to Give Value: Read the rest of this entry »

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Network Marketing: Niche to get Rich

Once you define your MLM niche, you are likely to find many other niches within it.

A niche is a clear subset of a larger category.

Home-based entrepreneurs, pet owners, computer users, chocolate lovers and gardeners are all separate niches. Some consumers might belong to several of those niches.

An example of what a niche market is not: “People who want to learn how to shoot better scores in golf.”

In this example, there are far too many people within the main category (golf) to make this a true niche. Virtually everyone who plays golf will want to play better and shoot better scores so this wouldn’t qualify as a niche, much less a category worth pursuing.

An example of a niche market: “Women who play golf who want to learn how to drive the ball longer and straighter.”

This would be a niche because it clearly defines and segments who you’ll cater to and why they would need your service. Read the rest of this entry »

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