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Gabriel Scofield

Facebook is the Internet’s 2nd largest Social Network Site (check out www.alexa.com), and therefore, utilizing this free engine for generating significant leads is extremely possible. This article will reveal to you several quick ways to expand your FB network and open doors to building relationships with your colleagues. As you apply these steps diligently, you’ll see your leads increase approximately 10-15 a day . Get excited!!!

1. Adding Friends
There are two ways to target people in adding friends to your network. In using your Search tab, you can type in the interest (i.e. “MLM”), which will extract people and groups in this category allowing you to go through the members of various MLM groups and add friends (option 1). Or, you can type in gurus in your industry (i.e. Mike Dillard), join his/her fan page, and add friends there. This is where the “Big Dogs” hang out so add away.

Adding a personal message is recommended, using their name and a short statement such as “I see you’re also into network marketing, so am I! Lets connect.” Do not include your website. Your first priority should be to build relationships with your friends, consequently, building trust. You want to add between 30-50 new people a day. Keep people looking at your profile via your wall posts.

2. Adding Groups
Join as many big groups (over 500 members) as possible because here you’ll be marketing yourself and gaining new leads. You can use the same method as adding friends when searching for various groups, using interests such as “attraction marketing” or well known names in your industry.

3. Starting Your Own Group
Here is where you can effectively build your list! Take a look at other groups and keywords to get an idea for your own. Or use your brand name to give it originality and creativity (recommended). What is the purpose of your group? In what ways do you want your members to benefit for joining? Just some food for thought.

4. Inviting Friends
Once you’ve created your group, you can invite people to join. Invite no more than 50 at a time using a personal message. Adding and inviting friends takes about 20-40 minutes a day and with consistency, you will being to generate at least 10-20 leads a day.

5. Broadcast Emails
The power is in the list and you’re building your own list (yah) from your group! As the creator of your group, you have the ability to send inbox messages to your members. Don’t abuse or overwhelm your audience. Broadcasting every other day works. Your messages can range from hot topics such as effective marketing, recruiting, generating free leads, etc. Nothing pitchy. Increase your value to your members from the knowledge you’ve gained in the industry. Oh yeah, you want your subject header to be appealing and captivating .

6. Wall Posts on Groups
In your Wall Posts, create curiosity and intrigue. Statements that are short and to the point are perfect.

7. Wall Posts on Friends Walls
Posting on your friends walls is the opportunity to build relationships. You can comment on their profile or recent wall posts, share YouTube links, or talk about a system. The powerful thing here is that with posting on friends walls, their friends see your post, therefore, making a greater connection.

8. Post Videos in Groups
Uploading videos on your (or any other) groups’ wall is simple and useful as members visit wall posts regularly. You are continuously making a bond which builds trust and drives people to seek you and your knowledge.

9. Cross Pollinate with other Group Owners
Once your group is large enough (over 500 members), you can talk with another group owner, compliment, and ask to cross pollinate. In other words, ask their group members to join others to help expand and build a larger connection.

Thanks Gregg Davison for your FB words of wisdom. Your lead generation will not happen overnight, but with consistency comes the breakthrough! By setting aside 30 minutes a day, you’ll see your business take a turn for the better. See you next time.

Charlene Hall
757-390-6566
drop3sizestoday@ymail.com
www.mlm4onlinebizsuccess.com
“I resolve today to be the woman I’ve always wanted to be.”

Gabriel Scofield http://topleadproducer.info

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Hair Of The Dog

new_template-b1aThe Hair of the Dog™ that bit you, you’ve heard of it; that simple phrase that describes the solution for your morning woes after you’ve had one too many drinks. Traditionally this phrase was meant to describe the process of drinking the same alcohol you had the night before to help alleviate the side effects of alcohol. Now Good Life brings new meaning to the phrase with an All Natural Alternative to feeling better in the morning. By making Good Life’s Hair of the Dog™ the last drink of the night you can avoid the morning after affects from alcohol. If you forget to take it before going to bed, Hair of the Dog™ will “Take the Bite out of Last Nite”™

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A Light Raspberry taste makes this energy drink taste great, but the ingredients make it the healthiest energy drink on the planet!~ Powerhouse energy blend of Guarana Berry, Caffeine, Taurine & Ginseng
~ Four B-Vitamins (B3, B5, B6 & B12) for natural smooth energy

~ Using Hair of the Dog’s Proprietary Hangover Relief Blend

~ 3,200mg of Phase 1 & 2 Liver Detoxifiers

~ 1000mg of Vitamin C

So Hangovers Beware of Dog!

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Serving size: 1 can
(8.4 fl oz, 250 mL)
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Amount per serving
Calories 140
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% Daily Value*
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Sodium 10mg 0%
Total Carb 30g 9%
Sugars 30g +
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vitamin C 1000mg 1667%
Vitamin B6 50%
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 50%
Pantothenic Acid 50%
Vitamin B12 50%
Potassium 82.5mg 3%
(From PHDG)  
Proprietary Blend +
4602mg  
(Potassium Hydrogen D-Glucarate, Taurine, Caffeine, Inositol, Schizandra Extract, L-Glutamine, Milk Thistle Extract, Ginseng Extract, Guarana Extract.)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
* Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.+ Daily value not established  

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pure Carbonated Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Citric Acid, L-Glutamine, Ascorbic Acid, Taurine, Potasium Hydrogen D-Glucarate, Schizandra Extract, Milk Thistle Extract, Ginseng Extract, Guarana Extract, Natural & Artificial Flavor, Sodium Benzoate (preserves freshness), Potassium Sorbate (preserves freshness), Caffeine, Inositol, Niacin, D-calcium pantothenate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (vitamin B-6), Blue 1, Caramel Color, Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B-12). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Note: This energy supplement contains an ingredient, Potassium Hydrogen D-Glucarate, the use of which is protected by United States Patents 4,845,123 and 5,364,644 and European Patent No. 0 528 950 B1. Additional Patents Pending
Hair Of the Dog™ is not intended to decrease Blood Alcohol Levels. All matters concerning to your physical health should be supervised by a health care professional.

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Is my MLM here to stay or will it fade out?

Great question……I see so many companies popping up everyday. I get so many emails saying “Get in on the ground floor!”. Let me ask a question to the people who email me everyday with all these new companies. What do you know about this company? What do you know about the founders? How many people have you met that has truly had success with this company? How long has this company been around?

Most people see the $dollar$ signs and they are in. Some just need to be hooked with a catchy pitch or line. Some just need to see a commission check. All of those are good proof……but are they enough?

You can do a Google search for MLM companies and I know you will be very surprised by the amount of companies out there. All of them promising that their pay scale is the first of its kind or that you will make millions in a year. Or that leads will be knocking down your door right when you sign up. Have you ever read the terms of service agreement for some of these MLM’s? You really should……just go on one of their sites and take a look.

I found this on a MLM website….this is their earning’s disclaimer:

Earning levels for xxxxxxxxxxx that appear in this publication should not be construed as representative of fixed or typical income earned with a xxxxxxxx, nor are they intended to represent that other Associates will eventually achieve the same level of income. Income level achievements are dependent upon the individual Associate’s business skills, personal ambition, time, commitment, activity and demographic factors.

So…everyone will make a million in their first year huh? Well if you have no business skills, no time, or you live in the wrong demographic area your basically screwed. That’s good to know.

My point to all this really is to do your homework on these companies. There are so many out there just wanting to bulk up their downline and get your money then just fade away. And since you agreed to the terms your out of that money fair and square.

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Confirmed Opt-in Myths Exposed

Confirmed opt-in as defined by SpamHaus, who is one of the most respected anti spam organizations in the world:

Known as “COI” in the legitimate bulk email industry, also known as “Confirmed Opt-in”, “Verified Opt-in” or sometimes “Double Opt-in”.

With Closed-Loop Opt-in the Recipient has verifiably confirmed permission for the address to be included on the specific mailing list, by confirming (responding to) the list subscription request verification. This is the standard practice for all responsible Internet mailing lists, it ensures users are properly subscribed, from a working address, and with the address owner’s consent.

In the event of “spam” accusation:

The Bulk Email Sender is fully and legally protected because the reply to the Subscription Confirmation Request received back from the recipient proves that the recipient did in fact opt-in and grant verifiable consent for the mailings.

Numerous myths have circulated regarding confirmed opt-in and its effects. There are many misconceptions out there, and we’d like to help clear those up.

 

Myth 1: My List Size Will Decrease Because Of Confirmed Opt-In.

Some addresses entered into your form will not confirm — that much is true. The percentage of addresses that don’t confirm depends on many factors, including the quality of your traffic and how effective your thank-you page, confirmation message and incentive for confirming are.

Percentages aside, there are compelling reasons that having fewer addresses on your list is a good thing.

Sometimes Less is Better

I know. You may be asking, “How can a decreased list size be a good thing?” Well, let’s consider:

5-20% of all web form submissions are undeliverable right off the bat.

This means that of your total list size you can cut that by 5-20% because these email addresses are simply dead. Remember these are not temporary undeliverable but permanent dead addresses.

Now, add on the bogus and malicious sign ups that undoubtedly will happen. For example, someone comes to your website and decides to put in bob@aol.com. Well, bob@aol.com was once a real email address and because you were not using confirmed opt-in you are now classified as an unintentional spammer.

A recent study by MarketingSherpa and KnowledgeStorm found that only 68% of users always enter a valid email address. 

So, nearly a third of respondents knowingly enter bogus email addresses.

- Source

ISPs do not differentiate between unintentional spammers or actual spammers. The potential for you to be blocked or even worse, blacklisted, remains the same.

Less Can Be More Too

A study done by AWeber shows that using confirmed opt-in also reduces unsubscribes and complaints. This means that you keep more of your subscribers (the ones that actually want your email).

Read more about that here.

Myth 2: My Mailing List Is Different! I Don’t Need Confirmed Opt-In.

Let’s be clear, confirmed opt-in is for all businesses, plain and simple. Anyone collecting subscribers and in turn sending email needs to confirm that those people intended to sign up to your mailing list and want to receive your email.

In this age of email regulations and massive volumes of spam email, deliverability can be an issue. Why increase your chances of not getting delivered by putting yourself at risk.

Myth 3: No One Else Uses Confirmed Opt-In. Why Should I?

This is simply not accurate. Our own campaigns here at AWeber use confirmed opt-in for all email marketing activities. When someone signs up for a Test Drive of AWeber, they must confirm.

After setting up an account, if they want to receive our customer training email course, they must confirm. The same goes for our affiliates and their email training. Even when someone subscribes to our blog, they must confirm.

Ok, but AWeber must practice what they preach, who else?

If you want to sign up for the mailing lists of these organizations you will need to first confirm:
 CNN  Microsoft
 Oprah, CNet  bellagio.com
 IRS.gov  weather.com
 ign.com  maxim.com
 tgifridays.com  olivegarden.com
 pbs.org  visitpa.com
 Whitehouse.gov

The list goes on and on…

Myth 4: Subscribers In My Market Don’t Know How To Confirm.

The simple solution is to tell them. The first page after someone fills in an opt-in form, commonly called a “thank you page” should tell the visitor exactly what to do next. Often this is done most effectively with a picture showing visitors what the confirmation email will look like.

An excellent example is our test drive sign up video on the thank you page showing visitors what to do.

One variation of this myth is: 

“Subscribers in my market don’t know how to click an email link.”

Honestly, if they can’t click a link then you probably should be marketing your business offline. If someone can find your website online I guarantee they can click a link.

Myth 5: My Sales Will Decrease Because Of Confirmed Opt-In.

Have you tested this assumption? The answer is always, “No, but I just assume” or “No, my colleague told me it would hurt sales”.

It’s best not to assume anything, but rather to seek out your own answers by testing and observing your own campaigns. We have found from our own testing that while the raw number of email addresses on our list declined when we switched to confirmed opt-in, sales did not.

This means that the people who did confirm were the ones that truly wanted the information that they had to offer and the ones that didn’t were not left to bloat the mailing list.

Grow Your Business Without Risk

Will your results be exactly the same as AWeber or even anyone else? This can only be determined by proper testing and measuring.

Use confirmed opt-in as an opportunity to make sure that your lists are 100% clean and that you know without a doubt that 100% of the people receiving your mail have specifically requested it themselves.

Spend your time and energy building your business with subscribers who want to hear from you rather than dealing with issues created by people who don’t want to hear from you.

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