I thought it was important to give another round of tips to avoid MLM scams. The reason for my post today is a recent issuance of a cease and desist order by the Montana Attorney General’s office to a network marketing company. The cease and desist order accuses this company of running a pyramid scheme in which participants only make money by recruiting others.
There are so many options to choose from when considering your online MLM advertising. Every network marketer has to decide which form of online mlm advertising is right for their network marketing business.
My decision to enter the network marketing arena was not a decision I took lightly. I wanted to make sure that I chose MLM companies that fit my long range goals for my business. When I began my network marketing journey, it began with hours of research studying various MLM companies.
MLM Advertising needs a good kick to the seat of the pants. You’ve seen it…your new Facebook friend sends you a message: “Earn $10,000 a month with only a two dollar investment…www.spammylinkeverywhere.com”. If that wasn’t bad enough this same “friend” posts the same stupid message on your wall. My personal favorite is the guy that keeps asking to be my wife’s friend, because she’s listed in my “married to” information, so he can send her some links as well. It seems that most network marketers don’t have the first clue about MLM advertising that doesn’t drive people away. This daily spamfest is the online equivalent to the guy you’ve talked to twice in 10 years, who calls you because he was thinking about you for a new business he’s come across. Get real!!!!
Avoiding MLM scams is a top priority for anyone considering multi level marketing in their small business pursuits. Let’s face it there are new MLM scams being introduced with regular frequency. The bad apples in the bunch give a black eye to the rest of the field. Today I want to give you a few tips to keep from getting sucker punched.
You’ve finally stepped into the world of making money online, and like many others, you’ve decided to start with marketing affiliate programs. You’ve also heard that it’s not a big deal to make good money with affiliate marketing, provided you choose the right programs and do some strategic planning while promoting your affiliate products.
In the first installment of this series I talked about meeting the basic emotional needs of your prospect by answering their foundational questions for decision making. Today I want to about the decision making funnel that you need to guide your prospects through if you are to achieve maximum success in your MLM business opportunity.
Ok, so we’ve chosen your domain, set up your blog and discussed content. Now it is time to promote your network marketing blog. So how do you promote your blog?
Yesterday, I talked with you about determining your address. Today I’m going to take you through the next step in the process, the development of the infrastructure of your network marketing blog.
So you’ve decided it is time to claim your piece of virtual real estate, from where you will coordinate all of your online marketing efforts. Now it is time to choose the location for your network marketing blog. In cyberspace, your street address is your domain.