MLM Recruiting Tips: How to Get Invited To Your Prospects World as a Welcomed Guest...Not a Pest





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Uploaded on Apr 5, 2010


Mike Mundell 715-861-1164

One of the most commonly asked questions I get is Mike, do you have any MLM recruiting tips that I can use to build my MLM with little to no money?

Yes, I have a boat load; however, there is one basic concept you must understand first. If you dont understand the basics of Attraction Marketing, I could give you all the MLM recruiting tips in my arsenal but they wouldnt do any good.

Like a house on a shaky foundation, if you dont have a solid grasp on the basics, your business is destined to collapse.

Anybody thats spent any time hanging fliers, cold calling, calling purchased leads, and trying to convince family and friends to join their business knows the sting of getting rejected over and over and over again while building their MLM or Network Marketing business.

These old school sales techniques have become more difficult for a new network marketer in this age of technology and the increasing role the internet is playing in our lives.

We are drowning in a waterfall of information and endless marketing noise thanks to the internet

Think about thiswe cant look in any direction without a product or service being pushed in our face. As a result, we have raised our guard and surrounded ourselves in ironclad fortresses to stave off the onslaught of hands trying to get into our pockets. These fortresses have taken on the form of SPAM blockers, pop up blockers, caller ID, spyware software, and the Do Not Call List. DVRs are not only used to record our favorite programs, but to skip the commercials, too!

There is little tolerance for solicitation and we just want to be left alone.

In the midst of all this marketing noise, there are two methods you can use to build your network marketing or MLM business.

1. You can follow your uplines advice and continue to play the numbers and see what sticks by purchasing more leads, spending more money, and having voicemails and emails go unreturned. Simply putgetting rejected.


2. You can educate yourself, learn a specific skill set and then educate others while positioning and branding yourself as an expert and a leader. Those that are following your advice are coming back for more. As word gets out and your exposure grows, more and more people are seeking you out and contacting you in an effort to ask about your business.

Which do you choose?

Obviously, any sane person would choose number two as the method of choice.

Attraction Marketing

Heres the dealif you have even just an ounce more knowledge than someone with a common interest, you hold value to that person. As you share your knowledge and skill through common mediums including forums, blog posts, and even social groups like Facebook or Twitter, you are positioning yourself as an expert.

By positioning yourself as an expert, you gain your prospects trust and then those iron clad fortresses they surrounded themselves in begin to crumble. You will be welcomed with open arms by a group of raving fans that are drawn to your leadership, expertise, and skill.

Recognized as an identifiable leader and expert, these raving fans will turn into distributors begging to work with you and customers anxious to buy from you.

In todays market place, this is commonly referred to as Attraction Marketing.

To learn more about Attraction Markting and getting invited to your prospects world, I recommend signing up for Mike Dillards Free Video Boot Camp. Go to http://www.MagneticTeamBuilder.com to watch the overview and then sign up for the free videos by filling in your name and email address in the boxes on the same page. While there, pick up his course Magnetic Sponsoring. This is the authority on Attraction Marketing written specifically for MLM and Network Marketing business owners.


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