Category Archives: Marketing

How To Be A Producer

I’m going to begin today’s post with the following quote: “Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.” – Dale Carnegie While it’s (SUPER) important to invest in things that will increase our knowledge and…

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Why Is Building A Network Marketing Business So Hard?

Have you ever wondered why building your Network Marketing Business has been so much harder than you thought it would be? Think about it; it really doesn’t matter what company you work for because whether we want to admit it or not, the top 2-things every company promotes is: Time Freedom Money Freedom With that in mind; our company trainers tell us…

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The Benefit Of Facebook Video Ads

Facebook started promoting auto-play Video Ads in 2015 which has created a great opportunity for salespeople and business owners to market their brand to the right audience. Facebook does its best to explain how users can create video ads, so it’s not that hard to understand the straightforward concept. The main benefit you’ll receive from…

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Easy as 1, 2, 3

One of the most common questions small business owners have when it comes to building their business is… How? In the following podcast MLSP leader Bert Bledsoe explains how this simple 3-step system will help you reach your goals faster than you ever thought possible… [audioplayer file=”″]   Did This Help You? If so, I’d greatly appreciate…

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Why Internet Leads Are The Best

I spent years working in call centers selling pretty much anything you can think of over the phone. Listening to other telemarketer’s sales techniques and implementing what I seen was working for them helped me develop my skills. My background is something that I just can’t seem to let go of, I still enjoy picking up…

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6 Reasons Salespeople Don’t Follow Up

Depending on what book, article or study you read; you’ll discover that the average number of contacts it takes to make a sale is anywhere from 8 to 12. If you would have asked me what I thought about that statistic back when I was selling used cars, working as a real estate agent or…

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