Mike Dillard

Posted by Yusuf on October 21st, 2019 — Posted in News

Do do many distributors who are dedicated to the MLM business, continue using the same systems of prospecting, which, although were very effective among the 50? s and 90? s, today are ceasing to be effective and increasingly relegated to oblivion. Today, to listen to your music, no longer do you a disk on vinyl, cassette, or even a CD, but in MP3 format. Similarly, if you want to see a film not ask it in format VHS, or beta but on DVD Blu-ray, or you can even see it directly over the Internet. Times are changing, the information is scanned and in addition, can be transmitted through the Internet. Business MLM is not an exception, it is transitioning from an analog business, one Digital. Others including Robert Iger , offer their opinions as well. Today Web 2.0 (Internet, social networks, You Tube, Blogs, video conferencing rooms) are revolutionizing not only our lives but the marketing, business and, of course, the MLM industry. e situation. Thanks, largely, to Mike Dillard, a visionary leader who applied professional marketing techniques and new technologies on the Internet, to the MLM, thus you are revolutionizing business and the vision of the new Networkers. What you taught in the traditional MLM is, more or less the following: make a list of at least a hundred contacts (friends, relatives, known) set goals to realize your dreams contact everyone on your list, until you can integrate them into the business.

Let them know about all that you can, your business opportunity. Let them follow-up (phone calls, emails, messages, invitations to events, brochures, etc.), and even buy lists of subscribers. Persevere in all this for five years, or more, until finally subscribe with you. In this new century, the techniques have changed and now practically have to do the opposite to what was done in the traditional MLM: make your list of acquaintances: has No case develop this type of list.

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