Network Marketing Tips: Questions Answered From Readers

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Network Marketing Tips: Questions Answered From Readers
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Questions From Readers

Earlier this week I posted a blog that talked about pushy people in Network Marketing and gave some tips about how to avoid being that person.  My inbox received a lot of emails of people talking about their experiences with people who were pushy and annoying.  Without a doubt, I hit some sort of nerve.  I also received several questions and wanted to take the time to answer two of them on the blog today.

It’s one of those things we all struggle with: Getting people to “sign on the dotted line” and getting reps and customers for our products.  Both questions revolved around this common theme so I wanted to take the time to answer these two questions.

Video: Questions Answered From Readers

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  1. Paul Keene  October 7, 2013

    You are spot on re pushy marketing. I am not involved in MLM, but I market my novels through social networking. I find in your face marketing e.g “buy my book, buy my book” offensive and a total turn-off. Thanks for the advice that all marketers (no matter what product) should use.

    • Bonnie Cribbs  October 8, 2013

      Paul, I’m glad you enjoyed this post! And it’s great to have you stop by my blog – such an honor!


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