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Network Marketing Today Versus Old School

Author : Scott W Zlateff

Network Marketing Today is fairly different then it was even back in the early 2000s. The essentials of the business model is still the same, however the methods have altered. For more than 30 years, network marketing has been built through massive time commitment, phone calls and meeting individuals belly to belly.

Network Marketing today works in a different way thanks to advances in technology. Depending on your perception, this is either a good or bad thing. You might be that person that still prefers to do things the "old-fashioned" way. Make a list of every person that you know, call them up and ask them what they are doing Thursday night. You might be a person who loves technology and knows precisely how to operate it to simplify things in your life.

So which is better? Well the absolute truth is that both ways work... just not for everybody.

The traditional methods of network marketing work very well for people who have a massive sphere of influence among a large group of people. These are the people who were capable to get thousands of people in their company in less than a year and make $250K within 12 months. Typically these people have also been in the game before which is where their influence is.

For the 99.9 percent that makes up everyone else, you have to do things a little differently. With network marketing today, you can literally use the internet to build a list of quality people who are open to joining you in business. Your list can end up being in the tens of thousands long and continue to grow on autopilot.

Instead of walking through the mall approaching random strangers, you can leverage the internet to help you build your business. This is exceptionally important to understand because when people are searching for something today, what do they do? They go home, pull up google and seek what they are wanting to know. To illustrate my point, you are reading this article right now.

What is even better is that you can still build a relationship with the list you build through email campaigns and an occasional phone to say hello. You can set up auto-responders that welcome a new person to your list and send them as many followup emails over an unlimited period of time, all pre-programmed to be sent to them with information on what to do next.

With network marketing today, you can end up getting emails like the ones I get daily saying "You just received a commission." How cool is that? Just imagine what your life would be like, if you could spend less time and accomplished a lot more with today's marketing strategies.

The advantages of network marketing today is obvious, it essentially allows you to cast a much bigger net across the whole world from the comfort of your home. You can be everywhere, all the time, generate your own targeted leads, and even profit when someone says no to your opportunity.

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In my opinion, to do well in network marketing today, its essential that you learn up-to-date strategies. To learn how you can leverage the internet to generate up to 30 leads per day, visit Scott Zlateffs MLM Success Secrets right now for your FREE training.

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