Posted on June 15, 1999

  The Add Me! Newsletter           *** ISSUE #37 ***
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              ...THIS WEEK'S ARTICLE...

         Business-Building Ideas To Help You
       Make Money In On-Line Network Marketing
           How many do YOU use? (Part One)

  June 15th, 1999                   *** ISSUE #37 ***

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            .....THIS WEEK'S ARTICLE.....

         Business-Building Ideas To Help You
       Make Money In On-Line Network Marketing
                How many do YOU use?

  (Part One)

  by Jim Beach

  This is the first in a three-part series on networking 
  marketing basics.  It is intended to get you started 
  building a large downline in any opportunity you're 
  pursuing.  If even one idea makes the "lightbulb" go 
  off and you say "Ah HAH!" it will be worth your time.

  1. Make a total commitment to your program for at least 
  one year, don't give up at the first defeat. Don't even 
  start until you're ready to commit to it.

  2. Promote YOU first, then the products and the marketing 
  plan. People want to do business with people they know, 
  like and trust. You are as important as the opportunity 

  3. Spend 30% of your business time with members of your 
  downline (helping them be successful),  only 10% 
  perfecting your website, 50% attracting new prospects 
  and 10% with administration. Save administrative tasks 
  for times when it would be inappropriate to call, e-mail 
  or ICQ.

  4. Don't forget off-line marketing.  Present your products 
  and marketing  plan personally to  at least one  person 
  daily.  Just one a day.  Use the 5-foot rule: You explain 
  your business to everyone who comes within 5 feet of you.

  5. Advertise your business. Doing business without 
  advertising is like winking at someone in the dark.  
  You know what you're doing, but nobody else does.

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  6. Make understanding people more important than product 
  knowledge. Let the opportuny's web page describe the product.

  7. Spend time teaching your distributors,  making 
  distributors independent of you, so that they can train 
  others.  Don't do everything for them.

  8. Stay in touch with prospects and provide them with 
  new information. Do not tell them the same thing over 
  and over and expect them to respond. People don't change 
  their mind.  They can, however, make a NEW decision, 
  based on NEW information.

  9. Keep it simple: do things others can easily duplicate 
  and copy.

  10. Keep in touch.  Communicate by newsletter, telephone 
  calls, postcards, e-mail, voice mail, ICQ regularly.  
  And when you can't (vacation or something) let them know 
  in advance.

  Article by Jim Beach

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