Getting started in network marketing is so exciting.
It's like a breath of fresh air… a whole new world opens up and the possibilities seem endless.
So you get signed up with high expectations and start to do all the things you think will lead to your ultimate success.
That's where the trouble starts.
Because whether you have a coach or a course or even a mentor, they're usually steering you down the wrong path.
It's not that they're doing it on purpose. They actually believe that what they're telling you is true.
The trouble is, most people involved in network marketing have no idea what they're doing.
Things have gotten a lot better in the over 12 years I've been marketing online, but there's still loads of work to be done.
My objective is to show you a simpler, easier way to find the success you're after.
Because I went through an awful lot of pain, frustration and even anger building my business. In fact, my first business crashed without ever making me a dime. So I started another one.
There are all kinds of pitfalls that will suck your wallet dry, and worse yet, leave you feeling depressed and wondering what's wrong with you.
I can help you avoid all that.
There are only 3 simple steps you must follow to ensure your ultimate success with whatever network marketing company you're in.
2. Simple Funnels
3. Email Followup
That's all there is, and there ain't no more.
If you learn to master those 3 skills, your success in any online marketing business is virtually assured.
In this article, we'll concentrate on Listbuilding, and there's a reason it's #1.
Have you ever heard the phrase “Amateurs concentrate on the front end, professionals concentrate on the back end”?
It means that instead of putting your focus on getting people to enroll as a team member in your network marketing business, your focus should be on getting prospects on your email list.
The reason is simple.
Most people will not be interested in joining your business. That's just a fact of life. In fact, most people don't want to start their own business at all. They want the freedom they think it'll bring them, but they don't want the work and responsibility.
But once you've got someone on your email list, you can communicate with them whenever you want, and offer them different things that they may be interested in.
Your email list is your back end.
Professionals focus on the back end because they know that keeping happy, satisfied customers long term is the best way to ensure that you stay in business and make lots of money.
That all sounds great, but where do you start?