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A Deadly Mistake Made In Marketing
By: Tyler Ellison
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    I once participated in a group that really promised a great future for all its members because the leaders had supposedly negotiated a great deal with a major communications company.The partnership was going to enable us to sell our telecom services and receive a residual monthly commission but rent the major communication company's hardware.

    It sounded like a great deal and once I was told about it, I believed and dove in to promote the group. The vision of a network of telecom users from whom I would build an incredible monthly residual income dominated my thoughts since it was a communication device used everyday by just about everybody. The "launch" was set for a few months from the time I joined.

    The months passed and I anxiously prepared my marketing campaign that was going to create an unbelievable income stream for me. I spent a long time preparing exactly how I was going to get customers fast...and the promised launch month came and went. No news. No announcement. Nothing.

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