Qualified MLM Leads are the best leads you can find. The big challenge for more network marketers is knowing where and how to find them. Buying leads has proven time and time again to be a massive waste of money and time.
You spend money buying the leads and then spend time contacting them to find out that they don’t remember requesting any information and they have been contacted by several people already.
Wouldn’t it be easier to build your network marketing business with real qualified mlm leads?
So, what do I mean by “Qualified MLM Leads“? I mean someone who is actually interested in what you are presenting. They WANT to know more. How can you tell? They asked you for information.
One of my favorite ways to generate this sort of lead is online advertising. Why? When someone clicks on my ad, they are interested. They want to know more, so they clicked the ad. When they click my ad, they go to my capture page that offers them free information. All they need to do is fill out a form with their name and email address.
When they do, they are added to my list for follow up. My autoresponder sends them the information and follows up with them over the next several days. My follow up messages invite them to contact me directly for more details or to answer any questions they may have. In most cases, by the time we start talking directly, they have pretty well made up their mind that they want to work with me.
This is a lot easier than the traditional “3 foot rule” of talking to anyone that you make eye contact with. Some of my friends have joined me in my business and they are doing well. They all know I’m involved with network marketing and I let them know that we can talk about it any time they like.
In the meantime, I spend my time talking to real prospects that want to know more. In my book, those are the most qualified mlm leads you will ever find.
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