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Why All Your Marketing Efforts Have Come To Nothing
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    Why All Your Marketing Efforts Have Come To Nothing
    by Mal Keenan

    How often have you responded to email from those in your
    downlines asking for advice on how best to run their online
    businesses and finding it increasingly frustrating that things
    JUST aren't working out as planned?

    I myself see the same problems day and daily and it always point
    back to the same core issues. Let me explain one of them...

    The very ethos of network marketing is based on sharing the
    products and services that you have found helpful in your journey
    towards success. The fact that you get paid for this is
    definitely a BIG bonus but networking can be found in everyday
    examples where people aren't being paid. For instance when people
    see a great movie, they tell others who in turn pass it on to
    create a blockbuster hit.

    Word of mouth definitely is the best form of advertising and
    networking. The main point in the above example is that folks are
    being honest about their observations and this is picked up on by
    their fellows and so and and so forth down the line.

    The problem with many network marketers is that they ARE NOT
    being honest in their dealings with online prospects. Their
    emails or telephone conversations are promoting something that
    they don't really believe in and this belief is being transferred
    to the people they are trying to recruit.

    You cannot sell something that you don't absolutely believe in
    yourself, or at least you will find it extremely difficult to do
    so and all your efforts will result in ultimate failure.

    The words coming from our mouths are actually a very small per
    centage of what is actually being communicated and even the tone
    of our email ads can scream "Scam" at prospects without us even
    knowing it.

    This has been a fact in all my online dealings and yet it is
    something that is not easy to explain to newcomers who come
    online and believe that it is only a matter of "click send" and
    a ready acceptance of multiple checks in the mail.

    Obviously the way around this problem is to promote those
    products and services that you actually DO believe in. From I
    have come online I have to say that the companies out there that
    inspire confidence have been by far in the minority.

    Many companies will take your money and run and when you are the
    type that hands out money hand over fist with no money
    management skills, it is a welcome surprise to find a company
    that will actually teach you such skills and allow you to earn as
    you do.

    I myself am a member of such a team and it is a perfect example
    of something that I truely CAN believe in, and this belief like
    mentioned above, is exuded to those I come in contact with
    through email promotions and online ads.

    In conclusion, if you are choosing to promote products or
    services online ensure that they are something that you can
    honestly pass on to prospective affiliates and feel good in doing
    so. Your success ulimately depends upon it.

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