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1, 2, 3! The Numbers Are The Key.
By: Donovan Baldwin
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    1, 2, 3! The Numbers Are The Key.

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    Okay, there are some variables in this internet or network marketing world.If I am meeting people face-to=face, it helps to have brushed my teeth, to have bathed, to have put on some decent looking clothes, etc. If I neglect these things, my sales WILL suffer to some extent. Online, if my website has links that don't work, or if it looks like it was designed by my 10 year-old son, my sales might suffer. I think, however, that most of us understand that side of the equation.

    I think that MOST people (not all, I am sure) realize that presenting most products or services to untargeted audiences can also lower successes.

    However, I am going to talk about some generalities here, and I am going to assume that I am trying to sell something that has SOME value to SOMEBODY, SOMEWHERE. To tell the truth, I could be talking about trying to sell a rock from my backyard. Got to be careful there. My neighbor's horses get into the pasture from time to time, and I would have to make sure I actually had a rock! Come to think of it, there IS a market for horse manure. See, you CAN sell almost anything.

    Anyway, see if you can get this concept.

    I have something of value to sell, and I offer it to one person. Then I go home and assess my success. How do you think I did? Did I sell it?

    That's right. Probably not.

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