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"Hidden" Email Strategies For Multilevel Marketing (Part 1 of 5)





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Donʼt believe all the hype. There are lead generation tactics that work for multilevel marketing, and then thereʼs everything else... Finding the lucrative avenues of leads can seem like hunting down that cliche needle in the haystack... But the irony is that theyʼre all right there at your fingertips... freely available.

Iʼm about to reveal part one of five strategies you may have never considered for getting your multilevel marketing message in front of new, hungry customers. Hopefully one or more of these will work for you and your multilevel marketing strategy, if not, file them away for later, they are all worth their weight in gold.

Hidden Strategy #1) Multilevel Marketing Chain Reaction: If youʼve been building your own list of leads for your multilevel marketing program, then youʼre off to a great start. Being able to reach out to dozens or hundreds (if not thousands) of leads using the power of email marketing lets you leverage your multilevel marketing message to more leads in less time for less capital than almost any other advertising medium. But the problem most multilevel marketing companies and distributors face is the constant need of traffic to maintain and grow that email marketing list.

Want some magic traffic? Set off a chain reaction that makes you money while turning every sale, every optin, and even every visitor to your site into a multilevel marketing lead machine. Keep in mind, you can use this same principle in a number of ways to convert your multilevel marketing prospects into raving fanatic supporters.

Think of it like planting a multilevel-marketing-seed outside in the yard and growing a massive downline. Hereʼs the cheat sheet for this strategy: First: Get yourself a great offer that people are gonna want - one thatʼs totally free. Try to make it a digital product so itʼs free for you to give away too. (This is by far the hardest step, but itʼs also the most important).

Next: Build a simple tell-a-friend system that allows your readers to forward your email marketing message on to 10 or more of their friends who will all get the same offer for the cool free thing. Make sure to build up the value of the offer and make it totally irresistible.

Then: Enjoy the steady stream of new leads you "grow" from your existing email marketing list. :-) Tell a friend programs have gotten really sophisticated over the years. Now you can apply this same strategy in a number of different ways, depending on your current overall multilevel marketing strategy.
Even if only twenty people tell their friends, youʼve just gotten from 200 to thousands of visitors to your site, possibly hundreds of new multilevel marketing leads, and some sales just as icing on the cake :-)

The technology you employ isnʼt quite as important as the offer you present though. This concept could work for almost any multilevel marketing strategy using a simple old chain letter (although donʼt do that, there are better, less annoying options now :-)

However you decide to craft your offer, make sure that you find at least one way to turn your multilevel marketing leads into customers as WELL as raving and fanatical supporters. If youʼre new to email marketing as a strategy for growing your online presence, then Iʼve got a video below that could be pretty helpful. Since youʼre already familiar with Multilevel Marketing youʼre easily qualified to make money with your own email list... Imagine, sending out email to your personal subscriber base and selling your own high profit digital products and keeping all the money!

If youʼre working with a Multilevel Marketing company, and you want to open up another stream of online cash on the side with little to no ongoing work, then hit the link below...


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