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    How are you “thinking outside of the box” with respect to growing your mlm downline?

    By action | April 13, 2009

    mlm thinking outside the boxHow are you "thinking outside of the box" with respect to growing your mlm downline?

    My blog here is very popular with readers but I don’t get a lot of people posting comments or replys.

    I want to bribe you for a moment.

    Take a few seconds to reply to this blog post telling us how you are "thinking outside the box" to build your mlm business and I will give you one of my marketing systems at no charge.

    It only takes a few seconds to reply plus your reply will have a link to your business so it is win, win, win for all of us!

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    J.R.

    Topics: Uncategorized | 10 Comments »

    10 Responses to “How are you “thinking outside of the box” with respect to growing your mlm downline?”

    1. Roy Robin Says:
      April 25th, 2009 at 10:24 pm

      Well for starters, I use the power of the world wide web to speak to people all across the landscape of North America. It has helped me sponsor countless individuals who I would have never been able to get in contact with otherwise.

    2. George Gonzalez Says:
      May 2nd, 2009 at 2:31 am

      Great question J.R.!

      I never could wrap myself around the “100 names list, friends & family” contact everyone you know deal. It flat out sucks. I always thought, “what happens when you run out?”

      So what am I doing, I built my own website, learned web design, learned how to create my own products, learned how to monetize the 90% of the people that dont join my main MLM company, learned how to and do generate MY OWN LEADS (this is my most valuable tool).

      All this stuff is changing my business. I never will be a cookie cutter MLMer.

      This all started off with your course though, I had great prospects to start off with in the beginning because of your course. So thank you for the information you provided.

      George

    3. Team Sutton Says:
      May 4th, 2009 at 2:34 pm

      My background is interactive advertising, my brother in law is an SEO Geek and my husband is a very successful Alternatives Investment Professional.

      Along with all of the “normal” stuff that we are doing right now, building a generic site, #12 on google with “Qivana” as the search term, building our lists, etc. Since this is our first time in this arena, we are going old school. Each of us is having our cars professionally wrapped. Not just a little thing on the door, but the entire car. A good friend owns this business and always gets calls every time he takes out his truck. Cheesy, embarrassing? Who cares! We all drive really nice cars and feel it will look great. If people can go directly to our site, have a call to action for ordering a Free 5 Day Supply of our product. Why not give it a try.

      Would love to hear others thoughts on this!

    4. Alena Dawn Says:
      May 13th, 2009 at 9:56 am

      I have decided to build my own blog post and site to advertise my ppl business. I was just awarded a new associate in my down line yesterday, with the economy today people every where are looking for new ways to make a living, which is good for me because it opens up the market much larger now..

    5. Liz Cook Says:
      May 27th, 2009 at 9:44 am

      I’m starting right now! I normally pass these ads by, but my page has no one visiting. I’m really hoping this step is in the right direction to building my clientele.

    6. Patrick Says:
      June 13th, 2009 at 10:47 pm

      I’m using a marketing funnel rather than a 1:1 sales approach

    7. Greg Barkley Says:
      June 15th, 2009 at 3:18 am

      I’m always skeptical when i hear something from anyone. (you know that Mr. Jackson). Until i find out whats true for myself i don’t believe it. after weeks of doing my own research, I’m now pissed off i took so long to get started. i can’t wait to get to ED and so on and so on.

    8. Yvonne Says:
      July 24th, 2009 at 12:49 pm

      Learning to build my own websites is one of my best moves. Creating a free internet marketing website and my own course to sell is positioning me as the leader to follow.

    9. Destined Woodard Says:
      August 10th, 2009 at 1:13 am

      Ive really seen the light,I was so close minded and I’m upset at myself for that but now that I know its somthin easier and better thats uses the law of averages im refreshed and ready to go…and just when I was about to give up all hope.

    10. Destined Woodard Says:
      August 10th, 2009 at 1:21 am

      I used the internet to recruit people who really needed help but I was scolded and told to stay in the system, I got managers in certain stores to give the employees a survey and when they completed it they got a free dvd, and I would call them later.

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