Julie Burke’s Top 10 Tips to Maximize Your Facebook Lives and Create More Engagement

Whether you’re a major media company or a “solopreneur,” Facebook Live is the hottest live-streaming platform available today.

It’s the single most effective method of growing your audience and exploding engagement on your Facebook page.

And it’s also how the primary way Julie Burke grew her page from zero to over 53,000 followers people in just 16 months.

I am pleased to be able to share the video below from Julie for a quick a crash course on everything you need to know before going live to maximize your results…

Hey, I get that you might be nervous…trust me, I was there.

But…

You wanna grow your business and attract more people to you, right?

like-2643085_1920There’s a time to get over it and just do it.

I have people ask me, “What do I talk about?”

Well, let’s see.

What are you passionate about?

If I was doing a video for my personal page I’d talk about health, and wellness, and fitness.

On my fan page, I’m not talking about my network marketing company, because that’s just not my intention.

I wanna talk to you guys, help you grow your network marketing business or home-based business.

You have to know your audience, and my target audience is entrepreneurs and business owners.

Now, here are 10 quick tips to maximize your Facebook Lives…

For me, I could send an e-mail out, if you’re on my e-mail list you’re gonna get like, “Hey, going live in 15 minutes, join me on my fan page.”

Or, if I’m on my fan page, I could just post a meme and say, “Hey, follow me at 12 o’clock, I’m going live.”

So that’s one way you could do it, let your audience know you’re going live.

If you’re on your personal page, just do a post.

“Hey, going live, I’m gonna be talking about five ways to reduce cellulite.”

Or, “How this one thing has changed my skin.”

So just whatever you’re gonna do, let them know.

So, right now I’m like flying through the feed, and some people are like, “Hey, who is this chick?”

And other people are like, “Oh, I know, that’s Julie! She’s sitting in her car with her sunglasses.”

The longer the stream the more viewers come in.

I usually keep my videos, to be honest, around five, 10 minutes.

Sometimes I’ve done 15, but that’s long for me.

My hashtags are usually…

#NetworkMarketing, #Entrepreneur, #HomeBasedOwner, #SixFigureMama, #Growth, #Inspiration, #Impact, etc.

You wanna think about the hashtags or phrases around what you are talking about.

And mainly it’s network marketing.

So, do some hashtags.

I mentioned sending an e-mail to your list if you have a list.

If you don’t have an e-mail list, you might wanna think about it, or a CRM for your business.

Because, God forbid, your company closed tomorrow.

What are you gonna do with your customers?

What are you gonna do with your people, how do you communicate with them?

How do you let them know where you’re going over to?

So, you wanna think about that.

And that was something that was brought to my attention a year ago, and that’s why I started an e-mail list last year, because, “Oh my goodness, what if something happened?”

Like, “How to…“

Starting a title with how to, that’s really good, ’cause that’s usually what’s searched.

So, my title for this video is, “How to Maximize your Facebook Live to Create More Engagement.”

Yours could be “How to Lose 10 Pounds in the Next 30 Days,” “How to Change Your Skin,” or “How to Ask Without Fear.”

I talk a lot about that in my Social Media Recruiting Frenzy guide… you definitely wanna create some sort of catchy headline.

Usually, I pop in, I introduce myself, I wanna know where you guys are watching in from, so I say, “Comment below.”

And then I kinda get right into the training.

I don’t want to stay on here for 45 minutes and waste your time, and I hope you could appreciate that.

Ask questions to encourage feedback.

I might say to you guys, on this Live, “Hey, so my tips so far, is this helping you? Is this helpful?”

Ask questions you want engagement throughout your video.

Shares are always great.

I always say, “sharing is caring,” so you definitely want people to share your content.

I followed these steps, I ask for engagement, I ask for people to share.

People don’t know I’m here and I’m giving these tips unless you guys share with fellow entrepreneurs, or network marketers, or home-based owners.

Always ask for shares.

Now, do I?

No, I don’t.

I probably do a Live four times a week, and I do them at separate times.

But if you could do them consistently three or four times a week, the point is to just be consistent.

When I did those videos every day for 30 days, I was consistent.

Even though I couldn’t get on at eight o’clock in the morning, I did it every day, and people knew that I was there, because I was telling them, “Click on my face in the top right corner, and make sure that you’re subscribed so you catch my live videos.”

You want to do the same thing.

You can educate, entertain, and empower in a Live.

Do I do all three?

No, I don’t, so don’t freak out about it.

I really like getting out here and giving you guys the content that you need, but of course, I like to have fun.

Who doesn’t like to have fun?

Find a way to put your personality into it.

Like, I’m a real person, people know me, they know I’m straightforward, and you just want to be that person.

I don’t need to do a video just to do a video; I want to bring you guys value.

Do the same for your audience as well.

Link to something; a blog article, your product page, do it!

I linked in to here my Social Media Recruiting Frenzy guide, if you wanna check it out, if you’re looking to learn how I recruit online, on social media.

I take you through my in-depth system of how to connect passively and actively, and how to build out a fan page and branding.

If you want to check it out, cool, no big deal.

But, I have to let you know it’s there.

Same as you, you want to let your people know that you’re linking to whatever it is that you’re talking about.

Like, share, comment.

“Make sure you like, comment, and share if you found value in this,” that’s all you have to say.

I send people to my website.

If you don’t have a website, don’t worry about it.

If you’re just giving value around your product…

Don’t say your product name!

You could simply say…

  • “Hey, if you found value in this, let me know…”
  • “If you want to know more about the product I was just talking about…”
  • “If you wanna know more about what has helped me get the weight off…”
  • “If you wanna know more about what helped my child when he had eczema…”

…or whatever it is.

Okay, that’s it!

Those are my 10 simple tips to maximizing the number of people watching your Lives.

I hope this helps!

Before you head out to try the new tips, I’ve got one last tip for you.

How I built 80% of my business using Facebook…

As a stay-at-home mom of two high-energy boys, I didn’t have all the hours in the day to run all over to meetings.

So instead, I made a lot of very meaningful connections and relationships through Facebook, all without being “spammy,” without pouncing on people, and without running an infomercial on my page.

That’s what I teach in my new Social Media Recruiting Frenzy guide.

These strategies create such EXPLOSIVE DUPLICATION, that for every person I personally sponsored, my team would grow by an average of 30 people in depth each time.

So make sure you click here and grab it today!

 

Cheers to your success!

Julie Burke

700k Social Media Recruiting Frenzy!

How This Busy Mom Built a Team of Over 8200 Distributors on Social Media…

…Without Leaving Home!

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 In less than 4 years, Julie Burke leaped to the top of her network marketing company, built a huge team of 8,300 people, and made over $750,000 in commissions, overrides, and bonuses – all without putting together a “warm market list,” making a single cold call, or struggling for a single day to make a profit in her business!

Do you take work home or do you work from home?

I had an aha moment as I walked Max this morning.

We were passing through the parking lot of a bank. I saw an acquaintance leaving the back entrance with a file folder in her hand.

I got this tight feeling as I remembered running back to the office for something I needed to complete the project I had taken home.

I asked her in a sympathetic tone if she was taking work home. She said no she just had to make some copies. I said I was glad for her, but I was feeling glad those days were behind me.

Then I wondered at the fact that I work from home and yet was sympathizing with someone who had to take work home. Wasn’t that sort of the same thing?

My response was immediate. NO!

It is different. I work from home that is true. But I enjoy what I do. I get to make it fit my schedule. And I am building my dream not someone else’s dream.

If you are still working towards working from home.

If you are struggling to build your business in your very spare time, be encouraged. It is worth all the hard work!

Work as hard as you can consistently. A little bit every day is more effective than working in spurts. The day is coming when you will be working from home.

Would you like to know the one factor that has best equipped me to achieve my dream?

You can check it out by clicking now on this link for a free 10-day Attraction Marketing Boot Camp.

I have learned how to take my network marketing business to the internet. The internet marketing training has been awesome.

But I have also received invaluable coaching and I am linked to a huge group of like-minded people.

I have grown to the point of being able to help and coach others.

I have just released a book and training to go with it.

This little book will transform network marketing.

You can read a free sample of the book by clicking on this link now – Five Listening Skills.

You are on a path that many shun. You know that it is worth it. Join others that will encourage you in your journey.

Want to chat with me about your options. Feel free to call or email me.

I welcome your comments below.

God bless you,
Connie Suarez
720-507-8231
conniesuarez@prezzurepointz.com
theintentionalrecruiter.com

How to Build Your Network Marketing Business Online in Three Strategic Steps

If you’re tired of prospecting friends and family, doing home meetings, cold calling, chasing after everyone you meet, or being accused of peddling some “pyramid scheme”…

Then you’re probably ready to start building your network marketing business online.

And you might like what you read in this article by Ferny Ceballos.

 

And the benefits are huge!

  • You can generate fresh, qualified leads from wherever (and whenever) you please
  • You can end rejection forever by only talking to people who are highly interested in your offer
  • You don’t need to drive long hours, your startup costs are low, and your business works for you 24/7—without you ever having to pick up the phone!

The best part is that you don’t need to be “techie” or particularly good with computers to get started.

By the way, if you are ready to get started now with building your business using “attraction marketing,” I’d like to invite you to sign up for my FREE 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp, where you’ll gain the knowledge to create an automated selling and prospecting system to attract highly-interested prospects to your product or opportunity online.

There are three steps required to take your business online, starting with…

Now, I know people have different attitudes as far as personal development and mindset goes.

But my advice is pretty practical.

First, you must get comfortable with the unknown.

Basically, you need to be present and respect the journey.

Know that you’re not going to learn everything you need all at once, in one fell swoop.

When you go online, you’re learning a whole new skillset.

Almost a new profession.

Think of it…

When you learn a new profession, what do you usually do?

Well, you go to school for four years.

We’re not going to have you do that, and it probably shouldn’t take four years, anyway.

However, if there was a school of building businesses online, it probably would take a few months to get through all the coursework, so be prepared for a learning curve.

Don’t try to learn everything at once.

Just focus on what’s in front of you.

Master that, implement it, and then move on.

You have to get comfortable with not knowing what’s ahead.

There’s always going to be a new technology that you don’t know about, and new skills that you have to acquire.

Keep that in mind and expect the unknown.

But the other issue is a biggie and comes up often:

It’s the ability to overcome adversity and not give up.

By going online…

Do certain parts of building your business become easier?

Yes!

That’s the purpose of going online—to create more efficiency, so you’re not doing things that either waste time or you simply don’t like doing.

  • So no more driving around town to get from point A to point B.
  • No more meeting people one-on-one.
  • Or following up over and over after they’ve seen “the plan.”

However, you are still going to face adversity.

You’re still going to hit roadblocks and get stuck.

If you’re somebody that easily gives up when you encounter those types of things, then don’t even try.

You have to respect the new skills you’re learning

And be willing to face the tough times.

Respect means when you actually get stuck, you don’t easily give up.

You push through and become resourceful.

An important part of the equation is knowing where to go to find answers or knowing who to ask to find answers (more on this later).

This is vital to your success.

The last thing is…

You’ve got to overcome peer-pressure

There are people that are not going to approve of you doing something that’s different from what they recommend within the company.

This includes your upline and crossline, which I’ve discussed before:

What To Do When Your Upline Doesn’t Want You to Use the Internet to Build

Maybe someone in your downline doesn’t want you to do this.

That’s normal.

It’s normal for people who have not built their business this way to have a negative attitude.

Human beings fear the unknown, which is why the first thing I told you was: master the unknown.

It’s natural for people to fear what they don’t know

Not only is it natural to fear the unknown, it’s natural to attack it too.

Know that your upline—even if they have a massive downline—if they haven’t built a business online, then they’re talking about something they don’t truly understand.

Building a business online is completely different than building it offline.

It requires different methods and an entirely different skill set.

Building offline is something you can admire and appreciate—and I certainly do—and respect anyone that’s done it.

But if a leader hasn’t done anything online, and they’re talking ‘smack’ about it, then they have no credibility in my book.

Respect them, but don’t give in to their doubt and fear.

But in today’s day and age, more and more leaders in the network marketing space are starting to accept that you can actually build on social media and use Internet marketing, and the proof is in the pudding.

You see people everywhere who are successfully building online.

The proof is all around you.

You don’t need the approval of anyone else

Move forward no matter what others say to you.

Our community provides a lot of support as it relates to this, and we can offer you advice based on your personal situation.

I’ll tell you how to receive more information at the end of this article.

This sums up mindset:

  • Master the unknown.
  • Learn how to overcome adversity (and not be a weenie).
  • Learn to overcome peer pressure.

Those three things will come up, but now you can be prepared.

The next thing you need is a…

You need an implementation blueprint.

Something you can reference along the way.

And there are primarily two different ways that you can build your business online.

First, there’s the…

Active social media recruiting

…which you can actually implement right away.

With social media recruiting, you honestly don’t have to learn much of anything.

All you need is a personal account on Facebook (no website required), and some sort of process—maybe provided by your upline or somebody in your company—on how to present your opportunity and convert prospects into either buyers or new reps.

You only need to know where to take them, and how to process them.

You can start implementing social media recruiting strategies today.

In fact, this strategy is basically equitable to what you’d do offline, except you’re transposing the process online.

The challenge with social media is you’re always busy…

  • You’re always posting.
  • You’re always engaging.
  • You’re always interacting with people.

It produces results quickly (and it can produce massive results), and you can duplicate it quickly, but it’s time intensive.

Most of the time…

People will move beyond simple social media recruiting stuff because they want to create more leverage in their business and to free up more of their time.

And that’s what we’ve been teaching here at Elite Marketing Pro, for the past ten years.

Speaking of which, if you’re ready to move forward now with building your business using “attraction marketing,” I’d like to invite you to sign up for my FREE 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp, where you’ll gain the knowledge to create an automated selling and prospecting system to attract highly-interested prospects to your product or opportunity online.

The next level of social media is…

Passive social media recruiting

…which is about posting valuable content or information that inspires people to reach out to you and ask you what you’re doing.

In fact, a lot of our students are generating dozens of prospects reaching out to them, asking…

“What are you doing? I want to learn more!”

I prefer to start the conversation with somebody when they’re reaching out.

They are coming to you—instead of the other way around.

Then you’re able to create leverage and scale.

All the things you normally would do with social media you’re now able to scale and accelerate your results.

For this, you’re going to need:

  • a Facebook Business Page (which is also called a “fan page”),
  • a Facebook advertising account for advertising on Facebook,
  • an ad that you create, and
  • a lead funnel (using a blog).

The idea is for people to reach out to you by going to your website and submitting their information, which can happen 24/7 (while you’re sleeping or at the beach).

They’ll do this in exchange for valuable information you’re promised to give them.

They are then automatically sent all the information they need to get familiar with your business.

By the time you get on the phone, they’re 90% sold!

You only answer a few questions, and they’re ready to get started.

It’s all automatic.

That’s what a funnel does.

This is how you can passively have prospects come into your business, every single day.

In our business, we have between 500-to-600 prospects reaching out to us, requesting information daily.

There’s no way we could personally talk to every single one of them, so we had to create funnels.

This allows you to take people that are brand new and fresh, and walk them through a presentation, in an automated way.

That’s essentially what we’re talking about with passive recruiting strategies (which is also referred to as “attraction marketing”).

Now, for the final piece, which is…

It would be very difficult for you to do everything I just described without some personal one-on-one help.

Think about it, when you started in network marketing offline, somebody showed you the next steps to take.

The same is true for building your business online:

You need someone to show you a step-by-step blueprint.

Thus, when you become a customer or client of Elite Marketing Pro, you receive free, one-on-one coaching to ensure you get started right.

We know it’s overwhelming when you’re brand new.

So we take away the worry by having a mentor walk you through everything step-by-step (so you don’t waste time) and tell you if you’re doing things correctly or not.

This immediate feedback means…

You’ll never feel insecure about not being sure what to do next

Or not sure if what you did is correct.

And hey, I know how powerful this is from personal experience.

When I first got started, I spent over $150,000 (mostly on credit) trying to build my business without mentorship.

It was pretty costly, to say the least.

However, once I got the mentorship I needed, it put me on the fast track to achieving results.

Two years later, I quit my job.

A couple years after that, I became a seven-figure producer in my home business, and have done multiple millions of dollars ever since.

I believe you can do it too, but…

You have to make the commitment and start with the first step

So if you’ve always wanted to not only have the right information but to have somebody personally help you, then I highly recommend you learn more about Elite Marketing Pro by signing up for my FREE 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

It’s a video course where I walk you through taking your business online.

Because while it is possible to build your network marketing business offline, the way I’m providing you is much easier and quicker.

And just like this information changed my life ten years ago, it can change your life as well.

In fact, I’ll share exactly how I passively generate 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business-builders into my business each month.

You’ll have the tools to build your business automatically—where prospects come to you on a daily basis—ready to sign up and get busy.

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and I’ll gladly give you access to my 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!

 

Sincerely,
Ferny Ceballos
Chief Marketing Officer
Elite Marketing Pro

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Why Building on Social Media Makes Recruiting Easier, Faster and More Convenient

Here’s why the advice of network marketing leaders (especially old school peeps) is not always the most relevant in today’s digital age…

Something another network marketing leader and top producer said at a company event REALLY PERPLEXED me… (the full story is in the article below)

Why Building a Brand Online Makes Recruiting Easier, Faster & More Convenient

By Ferny Ceballos

I was having a conversation with my friend, Rob Sperry, who’s a trainer and top earner in network marketing…

 

And I was sharing with him something REALLY PERPLEXING another network marketing top earner said in front of a crowd of a few hundred people at a company event.

What was said was repeated over and over again like a mantra…

“Build your business, not your brand.”

I knew where this advice was coming from since many in the crowd had been building their business online and not exactly following the recommendations of the organization and it was essentially an attempt at warning people against not listening to their upline.

As told the story, Rob jumped and said to me “I heard that too! I know exactly what you’re referring to!”

We both agreed that this was terrible advice. (And I’ll explain why in a second.)

That being said, it’s one thing to disagree with people in our profession. Happens all the time. People likely don’t always disagree with me! Agreeing to disagree is one of the hallmarks of a civil society.

But the REALLY PERPLEXING part is that this was coming from someone who had built a big online brand, sells courses online, holds seminars, speaks at events worldwide, has a big social media following, does FB Lives, etc. etc.

This was very much a case of…

“Do as I say, not as I do.”

So if you’ve been trying to figure out ways of building your business online, because old-school methods like home parties and hotel meetings are not working, here’s what it actually means to “build a brand” and why the above advice is so terrible.

Your brand is your business!

It’s simple: every action you take in your business results in either…

  • Being more likable, or less likable
  • Having more credibility, or less credibility
  • Improving your reputation, or trashing it
  • Being memorable, or forgettable

Think about this: every person you talk to, you either leave either a good impression or a bad impression.

So if someone chooses to never talk to you again, because they think you’re creepy and weird after you tried to prospect them at a mall, then…

That’s your brand, in their eyes!

So with every action, you’re affecting your public image and your relationships in the world — which, in turn, all affect your brand.

And you can accelerate things by taking your business online, (that could be a good or bad thing), because social media allows you to make an impact quicker, more efficiently, and with more leverage.

Using methods we teach here at Elite Marketing Pro, you can reach out and connect with far more people than you EVER could with face-to-face prospecting or having home meetings.

The upside is that you can impact significantly more people by building online.

The downside is that if you are doing it wrong or in a sleazy way, you can destroy your reputation and the reputation of network marketing, that much faster!

A lot of people don’t know how to build online (without being annoying!)

Many distributors take the same awkward, repulsive recruiting strategies they’ve been taught to do offline, and make the problems worse online – and still produce zero results!In the end, this ends up ruining their reputation.

They’re just doing social media recruiting all wrong.

They come off salesy and pushy, and before too long, people block them on social media.

Okay, so think about that for a second: what are they doing?

Well, they’re building their brand, just not in a good way.

Their brand is being defined as a “spammer.”

They are now that guy that people need to unfriend or block on social media.

That, at the end of the day in the context of business, is building a brand.

Thus my original point…

You can build a negative brand or a positive brand

It simply depends on how you conduct yourself.If you approach building your business in a selfish and aggressive way, then your brand will be damaged and you’ll still get poor results, which is important because…

The results you produce in your business also affect your credibility.

And as you build your business and create more results, those results become a part of your brand, as now you’re associated with success.

Conversely, if you constantly creep people out and fail to create results, then that will be your brand and how you’re known to people – “the failure who keeps annoying us with his pyramid thing”.

This is especially true if you’re building online and interacting with other network marketers, as you will become known as that guy or that girl, who does network marketing all wrong and doesn’t know what they are doing.

On the flipside, 3-4 years into my network marketing career, I had personally recruited THREE 7-figure earners into my downline, because my BRAND as “Ferny Ceballos”, represented “online building”,”traffic”, “trust”, “results” and just being “a good guy”.

That was attractive to them at a time when they were looking for a new Network Marketing company.

No doubt I’ve made mistakes, but my overall body of work, made me attractive to them as a sponsor and they approached me!

Now before I give you the complete formula for the “magic branding pixie dust” which helped me recruit these three 7-figure titans, here’s what a brand isn’t…

Your brand is NOT a bunch of pretty pictures!

…or motivational quotes, or any of that stuff.Your brand is all about the results you’re producing, the actions you’re taking, and the people you are affecting.

So even if you’re doing Facebook Lives, if you’re doing them wrong, then they’re a big waste of time and won’t do anything to serve your brand.

So you’ve got to be strategic with your message.

Returning to the terrible advice many distributors are being given…

“Build your business, not your brand.”

I think this advice is actually trying to get people to do this (equally terrible)…

Build your company’s brand, not your personal brand.

But here’s the thing:

Promoting your brand and your following VS the company’s products and the company’s opportunity, should not be in conflict.

In fact, by now you may have heard the VERY GOOD advice from leaders that GET IT…

You should NOT lead with your company’s products and your company’s name on social media.

Rather…

People shouldn’t even be able to figure out which company you’re with

…from your social media profile.And why is that?

Because people join people and people buy from people in this profession.

Your brand is not this big intangible idea.

In addition to being likable and trustworthy…

Your brand is based on what people think you can do for them.

If you’re perceived as someone who can help people achieve their goals or solve a problem in their life, that means you are building a positive brand and people will want to join you or buy from you.

That ultimately serves the interest of the company, by helping you make more sales on their behalf.

On the other hand, when you post stuff about your company & products, in lieu of developing your brand, you are diminishing the role you play in the eyes of your followers.

Remember, people can literally go search the company name on Google without talking to you and buy the product from someone else or even join someone else.

By posting about your company, you are saying the company plays a bigger role in helping them than you do.

You’re just a sales person – an unimportant commodity – they don’t need. In fact, if you are perceived as a sales person, you are repelling your prospects!

Or they will read a bunch of negative stuff on Google and not want to talk to you.

Obviously, in a business that relies on trust and relationships, the prospect NEEDS YOU.

There is a time & place to talk about the company, but that’s only when you present the product or opportunity to someone, not when you are prospecting or marketing in public.

Create a little mystery and curiosity, by focusing on what you can do for people or help them with.

And you haven’t figured it out already, all these lessons apply to building OFFLINE, as well as ONLINE.

DO NOT diminish the critical role you play as an advisor and expert in the eyes of your prospect.

Great networkers position themselves as advisors (not sales people), who can help others get what they want.

Now, the reason I prefer building online is this…

“Old school” methods make true business-building nearly impossible if you’re a busy person

For instance, think about the time it takes to do a single home meeting.

If I do one home meeting — if I’m lucky — I might have 5 people there.

And most of the time, if I’m doing home meetings, I’m doing maybe two, three a week at most.

Now, think about the investment of time, one evening, 12 prospects, maybe 1 joins…

Or if you’re going to spend a couple hours doing 1-on-1’s!

That’s an even more inefficient way of doing things.

And think about it this way…

During that SAME two hours, you’re meeting with somebody at a coffee shop, or conducting a home meeting…

You could expose your business on the Internet to at least twelve people!

Meaning you talked to them about what you can help them accomplish and you referred them directly to whatever presentation process for enrolling them as a customer or new team member

So, the choice is this…

Introduce the business to one or two people…or 12 people…every two hours… any time of day?

Which one would you choose?

And that’s basically all we’re doing here at Elite Marking Pro, we’re teaching people how to connect with a lot more people, faster.

We teach how to brand on a mass scale where you can…

  • Reach literally millions of people
  • Scale your business to whatever heights you want
  • Build a brand that extends beyond your network marketing business
  • Create multiple streams of income (if you want)
  • Recruit en masse

Using our methods, with an online presentation, you can basically enroll a few hundred or even a few thousand people in one evening — once you’ve built your brand to that level.

Yes, it takes a little time to learn the skillsets, but that’s what we do here at Elite Marketing Pro.

So if you’d like to learn more about…

How to build a positive brand (whether you’re building online or offline)

…then I highly recommend you learn more by signing up for my FREE Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

It’s a video course where I’ll walk you through taking your business online.

While it is very possible to build your network marketing business offline, the way I’m providing you is much easier, efficient and quicker in combination with network marketing fundamentals.

In fact, I’ll share exactly how I passively generate 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business-builders into my business each month.

You’ll have the tools to build your business automatically—where prospects come to you on a daily basis—ready to sign up and get busy.

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and I’ll gladly give you access to my 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!

Sincerely,
Ferny Ceballos
Chief Marketing Officer
Elite Marketing Pro

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Three Things You Need to Take Your Network Marketing Business Online

If you’re tired of prospecting friends and family, doing home meetings, cold calling, chasing after everyone you meet, or being accused of peddling some “pyramid thing”…

Then you’re probably ready to take your network marketing business online. So you need to read Ferny Ceballos’ story of his journey from “old school” network marketing frustration to astounding success using the internet.

3 things you need to knowNine months into my network marketing business, I had recruited 17 people into my business and ALL of them had quit!

I had held home meetings at my mom’s house, friend’s houses, stranger’s houses, attended company events, regional events and after literally tens of thousands of miles driven and $10,000 in the hole, I was about ready to quit.

It was pretty embarrassing and I absolutely DID NOT want to face the “I told you so” from anyone, so I took a leap of faith and started searching the internet for answers!

By the grace of God and maybe a little luck, I found the website of someone who had built his network marketing empire almost completely online and thus began my journey into Online Network Marketing. I was saved!

Long story short, after 10 years and millions of dollars in income later, I thank God for the online mentors I’ve grown with because they literally saved my life!

And today, as my mentors did with me, I devote much of my time today showing others how they can take their network marketing business online and let go of everything you currently don’t like about building the old school way.

Now, if you want to build online, here’s what you need to know…

First of all, the benefits are YYYYUUUGE!

  • You can generate fresh, qualified leads from wherever (and whenever) you please
  • You can end rejection forever by only talking to people who are highly interested in your offer
  • You don’t need to drive long hours, your startup costs are low, and your business works for you 24/7—without you ever having to pick up the phone!

The best part is that you don’t need to be “techie” or particularly good with computers to get started.

There are three steps required to take your business online, starting with…

Now, I know people have different attitudes as far as personal development and mindset goes.

But my advice is pretty practical.

First, you must get comfortable with the unknown.

Basically, you need to be present and respect the journey.

Know that you’re not going to learn everything you need all at once, in one fell swoop.

When you go online, you’re learning a whole new skillset.

Almost a new profession.

Think of it…

When you learn a new profession, what do you usually do?

Well, you go to school for four years.

We’re not going to have you do that, and it probably shouldn’t take four years, anyway.

However, if there was a school of building businesses online, it probably would take a few months to get through all the coursework, so be prepared for a learning curve.

Don’t try to learn everything at once.

Just focus on what’s in front of you.

Master that, implement it, and then move on.

You have to get comfortable with not knowing what’s ahead.

There’s always going to be a new technology that you don’t know about, and new skills that you have to acquire.

Keep that in mind and expect the unknown.

But the other issue is a biggie and comes up often:

It’s the ability to overcome adversity and not give up.

By going online…

Do certain parts of building your business become easier?

Yes!

That’s the purpose of going online—to create more efficiency, so you’re not doing things that either waste time or you simply don’t like doing.

  • So no more driving around town to get from point A to point B.
  • No more meeting people one-on-one.
  • Or following up over and over after they’ve seen “the plan.”

However, you are still going to face adversity.

You’re still going to hit roadblocks and get stuck.

If you’re somebody that easily gives up when you encounter those types of things, then don’t even try.

You have to respect the new skills you’re learning

And be willing to face the tough times.

Respect means when you actually get stuck, you don’t easily give up.

You push through and become resourceful.

An important part of the equation is knowing where to go to find answers or knowing who to ask to find answers (more on this later).

This is vital to your success.

The last thing is…

You’ve got to overcome peer-pressure

There are people that are not going to approve of you doing something that’s different from what they recommend within the company.

Maybe someone in your upline doesn’t want you to explore other methods.

That’s normal.

It’s normal for people who have not built their business this way tend to have a negative attitude.

Human beings fear of the unknown, which is why the first thing I told you was: master the unknown.

It’s natural for people to fear what they don’t know

Not only is it natural to fear the unknown, it’s natural to attack it too.

Know that your upline—even if they have a massive downline—if they haven’t built a business online, then they’re talking about something they don’t truly understand.

Building a business online is completely different than building it offline.

It requires different methods and an entirely different skill set.

Building offline is something you can admire and appreciate—and I certainly do—and respect anyone that’s done it.

But if a leader hasn’t done anything online, and they’re talking ‘smack’ about it, then they have no credibility in my book.

Respect them, but don’t give in to their doubt and fear.

But in today’s day and age, more and more leaders in the network marketing space are starting to accept that you can actually build on social media and use Internet marketing, and the proof is in the pudding.

You see people everywhere who are successfully building online.

The proof is all around you.

You don’t need the approval of anyone else

Move forward no matter what others say to you.

Our community provides a lot of support as it relates to this, and we can offer you advice based on your personal situation.

I’ll tell you how to receive more information at the end of this article.

This sums up mindset:

  • Master the unknown.
  • Learn how to overcome adversity (and not be a weenie).
  • Learn to overcome peer pressure.

Those three things will come up, but now you can be prepared.

The next thing you need is a…

You need an implementation blueprint.

Something you can reference along the way.

And there are primarily two different ways that you can build your business online.

First, there’s the…

Active social media recruiting

…which you can actually implement right away.

With social media recruiting, you honestly don’t have to learn much of anything.

All you need is a personal account on Facebook (no website required), and some sort of process—maybe provided by your upline or somebody in your company—on how to present your opportunity and convert prospects into either buyers or new reps.

You only need to know where to take them, and how to process them.

You can start implementing social media recruiting strategies today.

In fact, this strategy is basically equitable to what you’d do offline, except you’re transposing the process online.

The challenge with social media is you’re always busy…

  • You’re always posting.
  • You’re always engaging.
  • You’re always interacting with people.

It produces results quickly (and it can produce massive results), and you can duplicate it quickly, but it’s time intensive.

Most of the time…

People will move beyond simple social media recruiting stuff because they want to create more leverage in their business and to free up more of their time.

And that’s what we’ve been teaching here at Elite Marketing Pro, for the past ten years.

Speaking of which, if you’re ready to move forward now with building your business using “attraction marketing,” I’d like to invite you to sign up for my FREE 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp, where you’ll gain the knowledge to create an automated selling and prospecting system to attract highly-interested prospects to your product or opportunity online.

The next level of social media is…

Passive social media recruiting

…which is about posting valuable content or information that inspires people to reach out to you and ask you what you’re doing.

In fact, a lot of our students are generating dozens of prospects reaching out to them, asking…

“What are you doing? I want to learn more!”

I prefer to start the conversation with somebody when they’re reaching out.

They are coming to you—instead of the other way around.

Then you’re able to create leverage and scale.

All the things you normally would do with social media you’re now able to scale and accelerate your results.

For this, you’re going to need a Facebook Business Page (aka a Fan Page) and a training and lead generation system like what we provide at Elite Marketing Pro.

The idea is for people to reach out to you by going to your website and submitting their information, which can happen 24/7 (while you’re sleeping or at the beach).

They’ll do this in exchange for valuable information you’re promised to give them.

They are then automatically sent all the information they need to get familiar with your business and we provide all the tools to allow you to do this in no time!

By the time you get on the phone, they’re 90% sold!

You only answer a few questions, and they’re ready to get started.

It’s all automatic.

That’s what a “funnel” does.

This is how you can passively have prospects come into your business, every single day.

In our business, we have between 500-to-600 prospects reaching out to us, requesting information daily.

There’s no way we could personally talk to every single one of them, so we had to create funnels or process to be able to present offers to people en masse on autopilot.

This allows you to take people that are brand new and fresh, and walk them through a presentation, in an automated way.

That’s essentially what we’re talking about with passive recruiting strategies (which is also referred to as “attraction marketing”).

Now, for the final piece, which is…

It would be very difficult for you to do everything I just described without some personal one-on-one help.

Think about it, when you started in network marketing offline, somebody showed you the next steps to take.

The same is true with building your business online:

You need someone to show you a step-by-step blueprint.

Thus, when you become a customer or client of Elite Marketing Pro, you receive free, one-on-one coaching to ensure you get started right.

We know it’s overwhelming when you’re brand new.

So we take away the worry by having a mentor walk you through everything step-by-step (so you don’t waste time) and tell you if you’re doing things correctly or not.

This immediate feedback means…

You’ll never feel insecure about not being sure what to do next

Or not sure if what you did is correct.

And hey, I know how powerful this is from personal experience.

When I first got started, I spent over $150,000 (mostly on credit cards) trying to build my business without mentorship.

It was pretty costly, to say the least.

However, once I got the mentorship I needed, it put me on the fast track to achieving results.

Two years later, I quit my job.

A couple years after that, I became a seven-figure producer in my home business, and have done multiple millions of dollars ever since.

I believe you can do it too, but…

You have to make the commitment and start with the first step

So if you’ve always wanted to not only have the right information but to have somebody personally help you, then I highly recommend you learn more about Elite Marketing Pro by signing up for my FREE 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

It’s a video course where I walk you through taking your business online.

Because while it is possible to build your network marketing business offline, the way I’m providing you is more efficient, allows you to create income quickly and you can run your business from your laptop.

And just like this information changed my life ten years ago, it can change your life as well.

In fact, I’ll share exactly how I passively generate 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business-builders into my business each month.

You’ll have the tools to build your business automatically—where prospects come to you on a daily basis—ready to sign up and get busy.

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and I’ll gladly give you access to my 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!

Sincerely,
Ferny Ceballos
Chief Marketing Officer
Elite Marketing Pro

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How to Blend “Old School” and “New School” Network Marketing to Multiply Results

It literally doesn’t have to be a battle royale between old-school networkers and online networkers when they talk about what works. In fact, here’s the blueprint which can create peace and results for all!

But what if it’s not either/or?

What if you could do both (…and get even better results to boot)?

Read on and I’ll show you how blending the two is more effective than dogmatically sticking with just one camp or the other.

Why the Internet works (so well) for network marketers

Question: as a network marketer, what are some of the things you’ve been told?

  • Create a list of 100 people
  • Talk to friends and family
  • Fake it until you make it
  • Go for “No”
  • “No” doesn’t mean “no forever”
  • The fortune is in the follow-up
  • It’s not selling, it’s sharing
  • Share with everybody within three feet
  • If they can fog a mirror, this would be a great opportunity for them
  • Give home presentations
  • Hit people up in the malls

These are all old-school, traditional, belly-to-belly ways to market.

What’s funny is that there are a lot of similarities here to how you should build your business online.

The Online “Three-Foot Rule”

Especially if you’re first starting out, you should talk to everyone within “three feet” of you online.

No matter the social media platform, if someone connects with you, you should reach out and start networking.

For instance, on Facebook, you should send a personal message to anyone who…

  • Sends you a friend request
  • Likes or shares one of your posts
  • Comments on a post or an ad (more on this in a moment)

Ask them about their business and goals and see if you can determine what they’re struggling with.

The Online “List of 100”

Here at Elite Marketing Pro, we recommend using Facebook’s advertising platform to connect with people who are already invested in the network marketing industry.

…and thus aren’t skeptical your business is a “pyramid scheme” or “scam.”

You can make lists of targeted “interest groups” highly likely to respond to your offer—for instance, the followers of a big name guru like Tony Robbins or Robert Kiosaki.

So instead of making a list of 100 people who very likely aren’t interested in starting a business, now you’re actually talking to people who’ve been bitten by the “entrepreneurial bug.”

No more dealing with unresponsive friends and family members.

No more getting rejected by strangers in whatever strange land you find yourself prospecting.

Talking to people who are already interested is more than half the battle so your closing ratio will soar.

At the end of the day, though, traditional and online methods are similar, because much of the time you’re still going to hear “no.”

That’s just a fact—it’s still a number’s game.

But, it’s also true that “no” can simply mean it’s not the right time.

Hence the timeline advice…

The fortune is in the follow-up.

How Follow-Up Works Online

There are many forms follow-up can take online, and many of them are completely automated!

You can follow-up via email.

You can follow-up by providing content on your blog.

Follow-up can mean broadcasting a Facebook Live.

It’s a brave new world with today’s technology.

You’re not limited to the phone.

Social media is a highly-leveraged and largely automated follow-up channel.

You can also text message or host a webinar.

You have SO many options.

But what’s important to remember is that you’re still talking to people.

Traditional and online networking overlap each other in that you’re going to have to talk to people with either method.

Let me say that again…

You’re going to have to talk to people!

Because if you’re not…

  • Reaching out and talking to your leads,
  • Connecting with your audience,
  • Getting out there and making connections, and
  • Eventually automating everything possible

…you’re not building a real business.

You know, I was talking with a coaching client the other day.

One of the things this individual said was…

“This is a lot of hard work!”

Well, I’m going to be dead serious with you for a moment—it is hard work.

Whether you’re doing the traditional method of building your business or you’re building online, it is still hard work.

Especially in your first year—you can’t avoid it, you can’t get around it, you can’t wish it away, you can’t hope there’s an easy button…

You just need to do the work.

I mean, seriously…

You can’t spell “networking” without “working!”

Your first year you’re online is the most critical in your business.

This is your year of building trust.

It tends to take a year of being online, a year of consistently being seen by your audience, a year of providing value, education, and training—for people to grow to trust you.

It’s easy to get distracted.

It’s easy to lose focus

Imagine this…

You’re teaching everybody how to build one business, and all of a sudden you veer off and start promoting something else (and then something else).

If you do that within your first year, you’re going to lose trust with your audience.

If you’re always looking for the next thing you won’t be able to focus on the task at hand.

So don’t waste time starting over again and again…

Commit to twelve solid months of delivering value to your audience

Think about it…

If you’re dating someone, you’ve got to commit to them.

When you’re in a relationship, you’ve got to show up every single day.

It’s the same dynamic with your audience:

You’ve got to show up, keep your word, and fulfill expectations.

The moment you disappear, the moment you veer off-course, the moment you come up with a new product (or service or offer) you’re going to break that trust.

And it’s hard to get back on track when you don’t show up.

So commit to the process, because…

You’re becoming the go-to authority they’re seeking

If you show up, you’ll become the trusted recommender.

So, it’s time to ask yourself…

  • Are you committed to staying the path?
  • Are are you committed to following through?

If you are, then don’t try to avoid the work.

  • Learn how to build those relationships!
  • Learn how to offer the presentation!
  • And learn how to follow-up with people using the tools available today.

Find out what’s going on in your prospects’ world and match your product to their need.

There’s always a problem—become the solution provider!

There are problems galore out there.

To become the master at solving problems and you’ll always be the go-to person—you’ll always be the person they want to join.

Blend online and offline to your utmost advantage!

You can…

  • Follow up easier through the Internet than you ever could before.
  • Easily connect with over 100 people every single day using the Internet.
  • Get more “nos” faster to get to your “yeses” sooner online.
  • Show people your presentation, without having to invite them to a hotel or home meeting.

And you can do it all online.

You can do so many things that traditionally done offline and blending them with the online world.

Sure, there are some technical skills you need to learn, and you’re going to get frustrated at first—that’s the experience we all have.

But you need to realize that if you’re reading this article today, you are among the smallest percentage of people that actually understands how to build a network marketing business online.

You are a minority in this industry (use it to your advantage!)

Give yourself twelve months.

Commit to the process and make sure you’re taking action every day.

It’s your opportunity right now to “embrace the blend” and be one of the pioneers in the network marketing space who are successfully building their businesses online and doing what it takes to move forward.

You have the opportunity—right now—to be a part of the transformation of the network marketing industry.

After all, we know that’s where the industry is going.

There’s no way around it.

In ten years, you won’t even recognize the industry.

But one thing will always remain the same: network marketing is one of the most powerful ways a person in a nine-to-five job can step out and start learning what it’s like to build their own business.

So be a pioneer.

Get out there and connect with people, make some mistakes, and have some fun!

Ready to blaze your trail?

Then I strongly encourage you to sign up for Elite Marketing Pro’s FREE 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

You’ll learn how to build your business online using proven “attraction marketing” strategies so you’ll never have to chase down deadbeat prospects again.

Plus, you’ll see how Ferny Ceballos, CMO of Elite Marketing Pro, passively generates 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business-builders into his business each month.

These methods allow you to build your business automatically—where prospects reach out to you (instead of you having to reach out to them).

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and you’ll get access to the 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!

 

Sincerely,
Chef Katrina
Director of Client Experience
Elite Marketing Pro

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Why Building a Brand Online Makes Recruiting Easier, Faster & More Convenient

If you’re a network marketing distributor, you may have been advised to…

“Build your business, not your brand.”

And quite frankly, I believe this is terrible advice and it hurts people.

What’s perplexing is I’ve heard this from the lips of leaders speaking from stage who’ve built big brands for themselves.

Not cool.

So if you’re trying to figure out ways of building your business online, because you’re tired of old school methods like home parties and hotel meetings, then this article by my mentor Ferny Ceballos is for you.

 

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I was having a conversation with my friend, Rob Sperry, who’s a trainer and top earner in network marketing…

And I was sharing with him something REALLY PERPLEXING that another network marketing top earner said in front of a crowd of a few hundred people at a company event.

What was said was repeated over and over again like a mantra…

“Build your business, not your brand.”

I knew where this advice was coming from since many in the crowd had been building their business online and not exactly following the recommendations of the organization and it was essentially an attempt at warning people against not listening to their upline.

As I told the story, Rob jumped and said to me “I heard that too! I know exactly what you’re referring to!”

We both agreed that this was terrible advice. (And I’ll explain why in a second.)

That being said, it’s one thing to disagree with people in our profession. Happens all the time. People likely don’t always agree with me! Agreeing to disagree is one of the hallmarks of a civil society.

But the REALLY PERPLEXING part is that this was coming from someone who had built a big online brand, sells courses online, holds seminars, speaks at events worldwide, has a big social media following, does FB Lives, etc. etc.

This was very much a case of…

“Do as I say, not as I do.”

So if you’ve been trying to figure out ways of building your business online, because old-school methods like home parties and hotel meetings are not working, here’s what it actually means to “build a brand” and why the above advice is so terrible.

Your brand is your business!

It’s simple: every action you take in your business results in either…

  • Being more likable, or less likable
  • Having more credibility, or less credibility
  • Improving your reputation, or trashing it
  • Being memorable, or forgettable

Think about this: every person you talk to, you either leave either a good impression or a bad impression.

So if someone chooses to never talk to you again, because they think you’re creepy and weird after you tried to prospect them at a mall, then…

That’s your brand, in their eyes!

So with every action, you’re affecting your public image and your relationships in the world — which, in turn, all affect your brand.

And you can accelerate things by taking your business online, (that could be a good or bad thing), because social media allows you to make an impact quicker, more efficiently, and with more leverage.

Using methods we teach here at Elite Marketing Pro, you can reach out and connect with far more people than you EVER could with face-to-face prospecting or having home meetings.

The upside is that you can impact significantly more people by building online.

The downside is that if you are doing it wrong or in a sleazy way, you can destroy your reputation and the reputation of network marketing, that much faster!

A lot of people don’t know how to build online (without being annoying!)

Many distributors take the same awkward, repulsive recruiting strategies they’ve been taught to do offline, and make the problems worse online – and still produce zero results!

In the end, this ends up ruining their reputation.

They’re just doing social media recruiting all wrong.

They come off salesy and pushy, and before too long, people block them on social media.

Okay, so think about that for a second: what are they doing?

Well, they’re building their brand, just not in a good way.

Their brand is being defined as a “spammer.”

They are now that guy that people need to unfriend or block on social media.

That, at the end of the day in the context of business, is building a brand.

Thus my original point…

You can build a negative brand or a positive brand

It simply depends on how you conduct yourself.

If you approach building your business in a selfish and aggressive way, then your brand will be damaged and you’ll still get poor results, which is important because…

The results you produce in your business also affect your credibility.

And as you build your business and create more results, those results become a part of your brand, as now you’re associated with success.

Conversely, if you constantly creep people out and fail to create results, then that will be your brand and how you’re known to people – “the failure who keeps annoying us with his pyramid thing”.

This is especially true if you’re building online and interacting with other network marketers, as you will become known as that guy or that girl, who does network marketing all wrong and doesn’t know what they are doing.

On the flipside, 3-4 years into my network marketing career, I had personally recruited THREE 7-figure earners into my downline, because my BRAND as “Ferny Ceballos”, represented “online building”,”traffic”, “trust”, “results” and just being “a good guy”.

That was attractive to them at a time when they were looking for a new Network Marketing company.

No doubt I’ve made mistakes, but my overall body of work, made me attractive to them as a sponsor and they approached me!

Now before I give you the complete formula for the “magic branding pixie dust” which helped me recruit these three 7-figure titans, here’s what a brand isn’t…

Your brand is NOT a bunch of pretty pictures!

…or motivational quotes, or any of that stuff.

Your brand is all about the results you’re producing, the actions you’re taking, and the people you are affecting.

So even if you’re doing Facebook Lives, if you’re doing them wrong, then they’re a big waste of time and won’t do anything to serve your brand.

So you’ve got to be strategic with your message.

Returning to the terrible advice many distributors are being given…

“Build your business, not your brand.”

I think this advice is actually trying to get people to do this (equally terrible)…

Build your company’s brand, not your personal brand.

But here’s the thing:

Promoting your brand and your following VS the company’s products and the company’s opportunity, should not be in conflict.

In fact, by now you may have heard the VERY GOOD advice from leaders that GET IT…

You should NOT lead with your company’s products and your company’s name on social media.

Rather…

People shouldn’t even be able to figure out which company you’re with

…from your social media profile.

And why is that?

Because people join people and people buy from people in this profession.

Your brand is not this big intangible idea.

In addition to being likable and trustworthy…

Your brand is based on what people think you can do for them.

If you’re perceived as someone who can help people achieve their goals or solve a problem in their life, that means you are building a positive brand and people will want to join you or buy from you.

That ultimately serves the interest of the company, by helping you make more sales on their behalf.

On the other hand, when you post stuff about your company & products, in lieu of developing your brand, you are diminishing the role you play in the eyes of your followers.

Remember, people can literally go search the company name on Google without talking to you and buy the product from someone else or even join someone else.

By posting about your company, you are saying the company plays a bigger role in helping them than you do.

You’re just a salesperson – an unimportant commodity – they don’t need. In fact, if you are perceived as a salesperson, you are repelling your prospects!

Or they will read a bunch of negative stuff on Google and not want to talk to you.

Obviously, in a business that relies on trust and relationships, the prospect NEEDS YOU.

There is a time & place to talk about the company, but that’s only when you present the product or opportunity to someone, not when you are prospecting or marketing in public.

Create a little mystery and curiosity, by focusing on what you can do for people or help them with.

And if you haven’t figured it out already, all these lessons apply to building OFFLINE, as well as ONLINE.

DO NOT diminish the critical role you play as an advisor and expert in the eyes of your prospect.

Great networkers position themselves as advisors (not salespeople), who can help others get what they want.

Now, the reason I prefer building online is this…

“Old school” methods make true business-building nearly impossible if you’re a busy person

For instance, think about the time it takes to do a single home meeting.

If I do one home meeting — if I’m lucky — I might have 5 people there.

And most of the time, if I’m doing home meetings, I’m doing maybe two, three a week at most.

Now, think about the investment of time, one evening, 12 prospects, maybe 1 joins…

Or if you’re going to spend a couple hours doing 1-on-1’s!

That’s an even more inefficient way of doing things.

And think about it this way…

During that SAME two hours, you’re meeting with somebody at a coffee shop, or conducting a home meeting…

You could expose your business on the Internet to at least twelve people!

Meaning you talked to them about what you can help them accomplish and you referred them directly to whatever presentation process for enrolling them as a customer or new team member

So, the choice is this…

Introduce the business to one or two people…or 12 people…every two hours… any time of day?

Which one would you choose?

And that’s basically all we’re doing here at Elite Marking Pro, we’re teaching people how to connect with a lot more people, faster.

We teach how to brand on a mass scale where you can…

  • Reach literally millions of people
  • Scale your business to whatever heights you want
  • Build a brand that extends beyond your network marketing business
  • Create multiple streams of income (if you want)
  • Recruit en masse

Using our methods, with an online presentation, you can basically enroll a few hundred or even a few thousand people in one evening — once you’ve built your brand to that level.

Yes, it takes a little time to learn the skillsets, but that’s what we do here at Elite Marketing Pro.

So if you’d like to learn more about…

How to build a positive brand (whether you’re building online or offline)

…then I highly recommend you learn more by signing up for my FREE Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

It’s a video course where I’ll walk you through taking your business online.

While it is very possible to build your network marketing business offline, the way I’m providing you is much easier, efficient and quicker in combination with network marketing fundamentals.

In fact, I’ll share exactly how I passively generate 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business-builders into my business each month.

You’ll have the tools to build your business automatically—where prospects come to you on a daily basis—ready to sign up and get busy.

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and I’ll gladly give you access to my 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!

Sincerely,
Ferny Ceballos
Chief Marketing Officer
Elite Marketing Pro

FREE INTERNET RECRUITING COURSE

Finally, An Easy Way To Recruit Into Your Network Marketing Business – Rejection FREE – Without Wasting Your Time & Money Chasing Dead Beat Prospects & Leads…

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Why Building a Brand Online Makes Recruiting Easier, Faster & More Convenient

You hear build your business, not your brand.

But isn’t your brand your business?

My mentor and coach, Ferny Ceballos, weighs in on the subject.

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I was having a conversation with my friend, Rob Sperry, who’s a trainer and top earner in network marketing…

And I was sharing with him something REALLY PERPLEXING that another network marketing top earner said in front of a crowd of a few hundred people at a company event.

What was said was repeated over and over again like a mantra…

“Build your business, not your brand.”

I knew where this advice was coming from since many in the crowd had been building their business online and not exactly following the recommendations of the organization and it was essentially an attempt at warning people against not listening to their upline.

As told the story, Rob jumped and said to me “I heard that too! I know exactly what you’re referring to!”

We both agreed that this was terrible advice. (And I’ll explain why in a second.)

That being said, it’s one thing to disagree with people in our profession. Happens all the time. People likely don’t always disagree with me! Agreeing to disagree is one of the hallmarks of a civil society.

But the REALLY PERPLEXING part is that this was coming from someone who had built a big online brand, sells courses online, holds seminars, speaks at events world wide, has a big social media following, does FB Lives, etc. etc.

This was very much a case of…

“Do as I say, not as I do.”

So if you’ve been trying to figure out ways of building your business online, because old-school methods like home parties and hotel meetings are not working, here’s what it actually means to “build a brand” and why the above advice is so terrible.

Your brand is your business!

It’s simple: every action you take in your business results in either…

  • Being more likable, or less likable
  • Having more credibility, or less credibility
  • Improving your reputation, or trashing it
  • Being memorable, or forgettable

Think about this: every person you talk to, you either leave either a good impression or a bad impression.

So if someone chooses to never talk to you again, because they think you’re creepy and weird after you tried to prospect them at a mall, then…

That’s your brand, in their eyes!

So with every action, you’re affecting your public image and your relationships in the world — which, in turn, all affect your brand.

And you can accelerate things by taking your business online, (that could be a good or bad thing), because social media allows you to make an impact quicker, more efficiently, and with more leverage.

Using methods we teach here at Elite Marketing Pro, you can reach out and connect with far more people than you EVER could with face-to-face prospecting or having home meetings.

The upside is that you can impact significantly more people by building online.

The downside is that if you are doing it wrong or in a sleazy way, you can destroy your reputation and the reputation of network marketing, that much faster!

A lot of people don’t know how to build online (without being annoying!)

Many distributors take the same awkward, repulsive recruiting strategies they’ve been taught to do offline, and make the problems worse online – and still produce zero results!

In the end, this ends up ruining their reputation.

They’re just doing social media recruiting all wrong.

They come off salesy and pushy, and before too long, people block them on social media.

Okay, so think about that for a second: what are they doing?

Well, they’re building their brand, just not in a good way.

Their brand is being defined as a “spammer.”

They are now that guy that people need to unfriend or block on social media.

That, at the end of the day in the context of business, is building a brand.

Thus my original point…

You can build a negative brand or a positive brand

It simply depends on how you conduct yourself.

If you approach building your business in a selfish and aggressive way, then your brand will be damaged and you’ll still get poor results, which is important because…

The results you produce in your business also affect your credibility.

And as you build your business and create more results, those results become a part of your brand, as now you’re associated with success.

Conversely, if you constantly creep people out and fail to create results, then that will be your brand and how you’re known to people – “the failure who keeps annoying us with his pyramid thing”.

This is especially true if you’re building online and interacting with other network marketers, as you will become known as that guy or that girl, who does network marketing all wrong and doesn’t know what they are doing.

On the flipside, 3-4 years into my network marketing career, I had personally recruited THREE 7-figure earners into my downline, because my BRAND as “Ferny Ceballos”, represented “online building”,”traffic”, “trust”, “results” and just being “a good guy”.

That was attractive to them at a time when they were looking for a new Network Marketing company.

No doubt I’ve made mistakes, but my overall body of work, made me attractive to them as a sponsor and they approached me!

Now before I give you the complete formula for the “magic branding pixie dust” which helped me recruit these three 7-figure titans, here’s what a brand isn’t…

Your brand is NOT a bunch of pretty pictures!

…or motivational quotes, or any of that stuff.

Your brand is all about the results you’re producing, the actions you’re taking, and the people you are affecting.

So even if you’re doing Facebook Lives, if you’re doing them wrong, then they’re a big waste of time and won’t do anything to serve your brand.

So you’ve got to be strategic with your message.

Returning to the terrible advice many distributors are being given…

“Build your business, not your brand.”

I think this advice is actually trying to get people to do this (equally terrible)…

Build your company’s brand, not your personal brand.

But here’s the thing:

Promoting your brand and your following VS the company’s products and the company’s opportunity, should not be in conflict.

In fact, by now you may have heard the VERY GOOD advice from leaders that GET IT…

You should NOT lead with your company’s products and your company’s name on social media.

Rather…

People shouldn’t even be able to figure out which company you’re with

…from your social media profile.

And why is that?

Because people join people and people buy from people in this profession.

Your brand is not this big intangible idea.

In addition to being likable and trustworthy…

Your brand is based on what people think you can do for them.

If you’re perceived as someone who can help people achieve their goals or solve a problem in their life, that means you are building a positive brand and people will want to join you or buy from you.

That ultimately serves the interest of the company, by helping you make more sales on their behalf.

On the other hand, when you post stuff about your company & products, in lieu of developing your brand, you are diminishing the role you play in the eyes of your followers.

Remember, people can literally go search the company name on Google without talking to you and buy the product from someone else or even join someone else.

By posting about your company, you are saying the company plays a bigger role in helping them than you do.

You’re just a sales person – an unimportant commodity – they don’t need. In fact, if you are perceived as a sales person, you are repelling your prospects!

Or they will read a bunch of negative stuff on Google and not want to talk to you.

Obviously, in a business that relies on trust and relationships, the prospect NEEDS YOU.

There is a time & place to talk about the company, but that’s only when you present the product or opportunity to someone, not when you are prospecting or marketing in public.

Create a little mystery and curiosity, by focusing on what you can do for people or help them with.

And you haven’t figured it out already, all these lessons apply to building OFFLINE, as well as ONLINE.

DO NOT diminish the critical role you play as an advisor and expert in the eyes of your prospect.

Great networkers position themselves as advisors (not sales people), who can help others get what they want.

Now, the reason I prefer building online is this…

“Old school” methods make true business-building nearly impossible if you’re a busy person

For instance, think about the time it takes to do a single home meeting.

If I do one home meeting — if I’m lucky — I might have 5 people there.

And most of the time, if I’m doing home meetings, I’m doing maybe two, three a week at most.

Now, think about the investment of time, one evening, 12 prospects, maybe 1 joins…

Or if you’re going to spend a couple hours doing 1-on-1’s!

That’s an even more inefficient way of doing things.

And think about it this way…

During that SAME two hours, you’re meeting with somebody at a coffee shop, or conducting a home meeting…

You could expose your business on the Internet to at least twelve people!

Meaning you talked to them about what you can help them accomplish and you referred them directly to whatever presentation process for enrolling them as a customer or new team member

So, the choice is this…

Introduce the business to one or two people…or 12 people…every two hours… any time of day?

Which one would you choose?

And that’s basically all we’re doing here at Elite Marking Pro, we’re teaching people how to connect with a lot more people, faster.

We teach how to brand on a mass scale where you can…

  • Reach literally millions of people
  • Scale your business to whatever heights you want
  • Build a brand that extends beyond your network marketing business
  • Create multiple streams of income (if you want)
  • Recruit en masse

Using our methods, with an online presentation, you can basically enroll a few hundred or even a few thousand people in one evening — once you’ve built your brand to that level.

Yes, it takes a little time to learn the skillsets, but that’s what we do here at Elite Marketing Pro.

So if you’d like to learn more about…

How to build a positive brand (whether you’re building online or offline)

…then I highly recommend you learn more by signing up for my FREE Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

It’s a video course where I’ll walk you through taking your business online.

While it is very possible to build your network marketing business offline, the way I’m providing you is much easier, efficient and quicker in combination with network marketing fundamentals.

In fact, I’ll share exactly how I passively generate 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business-builders into my business each month.

You’ll have the tools to build your business automatically—where prospects come to you on a daily basis—ready to sign up and get busy.

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and I’ll gladly give you access to my 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!

Sincerely,
Ferny Ceballos
Chief Marketing Officer
Elite Marketing Pro

FREE INTERNET RECRUITING COURSE

Finally, An Easy Way To Recruit Into Your Network Marketing Business – Rejection FREE – Without Wasting Your Time & Money Chasing Dead Beat Prospects & Leads…

Claim Your Free Internet Recruiting Bootcamp…

 

The Hero’s Journey – Or How to Connect with Your Story

How do you compare with Luke Skywalker?

But, if you are a network marketer, some of your friends and family think you have gone over to the dark side.

So, maybe you are Luke’s father.

It’s all good.

It is part of your story after all.

And you have heard it before.

Stories sell.

So, let’s learn how to tell our stories well.

If you are worried that I will beat the Star Wars theme to death, don’t worry. I don’t know it well enough.

I want to get down to the basics of what we need to understand to make our stories sell.

When I read about crafting our stories using the Hero’s Journey, I googled it. And that is what I suggest you do. You will see many drawings to explain this model that works well for movie producers, novelists and the ancients who started telling myths.

Here is one of my favorites:

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Don’t forget to Google, The Hero’s Journey to see this and many other images.

Before we move on, just a bit of explanation. The Hero’s Journey started with an anthropologist named Edward Taylor. Since his foundation was laid, many people have studied and used the Hero’s Journey.

And you and I must do so as well.

There are twelve stages in the Hero’s Journey. Some of the diagrams I saw on Google divide those into three acts. But I think if we focus on the twelve stages that will be good.

Here they are:

  1. THE ORDINARY WORLD.  The hero, uneasy, uncomfortable or unaware, is introduced sympathetically so the audience can identify with the situation or dilemma.  The hero is shown against a background of environment, heredity, and personal history.  Some kind of polarity in the hero’s life is pulling in different directions and causing stress.
  2. THE CALL TO ADVENTURE.  Something shakes up the situation, either from external pressures or from something rising up from deep within, so the hero must face the beginnings of change.
  3. REFUSAL OF THE CALL.  The hero feels the fear of the unknown and tries to turn away from the adventure, however briefly.  Alternately, another character may express the uncertainty and danger ahead.
  4. MEETING WITH THE MENTOR.  The hero comes across a seasoned traveler of the worlds who gives him or her training, equipment, or advice that will help on the journey.  Or the hero reaches within to a source of courage and wisdom.
  5. CROSSING THE THRESHOLD.  At the end of Act One, the hero commits to leaving the Ordinary World and entering a new region or condition with unfamiliar rules and values.
  6. TESTS, ALLIES, AND ENEMIES.  The hero is tested and sorts out allegiances in the Special World.
  7. APPROACH.  The hero and newfound allies prepare for the major challenge in the Special world.
  8. THE ORDEAL.  Near the middle of the story, the hero enters a central space in the Special World and confronts death or faces his or her greatest fear.  Out of the moment of death comes a new life.
  9. THE REWARD.  The hero takes possession of the treasure won by facing death.  There may be a celebration, but there is also danger of losing the treasure again.
  10.   THE ROAD BACK.  About three-fourths of the way through the story, the hero is driven to complete the adventure, leaving the Special World to be sure the treasure is brought home.  Often a chase scene signals the urgency and danger of the mission.
  11.  THE RESURRECTION.  At the climax, the hero is severely tested once more on the threshold of home.  He or she is purified by a last sacrifice, another moment of death and rebirth, but on a higher and more complete level.  By the hero’s action, the polarities that were in conflict at the beginning are finally resolved.
  12.  RETURN WITH THE ELIXIR.  The hero returns home or continues the journey, bearing some element of the treasure that has the power to transform the world as the hero has been transformed. ¹

Here is a simple drawing of the Hero’s Journey.

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Now I will tell a network marketer’s story using the Hero’s Journey:

Stage 1. Our Hero (network marketers are heroes) was living her ordinary life in the summer of 2010. She may not have been typical though because she had been sharing a home with her mother for several years. Let’s call her Connie.

Connie had been privileged to be the director of a small but meaningful nonprofit organization. But her first priority was her mother. And her mother was aging. Connie sensed her mother’s increasing need for Connie to be at home with her.

At the beginning of 2010, Connie had cut back her hours to give her mother more time. That unfortunately caused increased stress. When Connie was at home she felt guilty that she wasn’t at The Center. When Connie was at The Center she felt guilty that she wasn’t at home with her mother.

Stage 2. Connie knew that she needed to resign from the position she loved. But wondered how to make it work. She knew that change had to take place.

Then Connie’s daughter sent her a message, “Mom, there is a video I’d like for you to watch. Here is the link: uipqrq;kzslf.com.”

Stage 3. After watching the video, Connie messaged back, “That look’s interesting, how much does it cost.”

Connie said she couldn’t afford the product because she was about to be unemployed.

Stage 4. Connie agreed to a three-way call with her daughter and her daughter’s up line. Connie told the up line she couldn’t afford to buy the product much less join the company.

Stage 5. But a couple days later, Connie found the money and joined to the great surprise of her new up line. She said to herself as she paid the amount that had seemed impossible and was a big leap, “I’m all in now.”

Stage 6. Connie had misgivings about network marketing and the training she received did little to dispel her misgivings. But she was told: make a list, call everyone on the list, get them to watch the video and then get an up line on a three-way call.

Connie made some lifelong friends as she learned to trust her up line. She grew to respect the company leadership and loved the quality of the products she represented.

Still, she dreaded making phone calls. Some people were pleasant and agreed to watch the video, some said no and some sounded so awkward about saying no that Connie grew to dread the phone calls.

She faithfully attended all the events she could, even though that meant a three-hour drive one way. She got better at making phone calls and reaching out to strangers, which was good because she had called her list numerous times. Connie didn’t see how she could call them anymore.

Stage 6. Suddenly, all that changed when Connie’s mother needed her full time. Connie could no longer get out to recruit and add to her list. Connie had to find a new approach.

She tried several options before she found Attraction Marketing Formula. She saw an ad like this one:

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When she clicked on it a whole new world of coaching and training opened up to her.

Stage 7. Connie was challenged by her new coaches to boldly see herself as a hero with a hero’s calling. Connie was forced to step way out of her comfort zone.

Stage 8. Connie saw that she had personal issues that she needed to overcome. It was terrible at the time and wonderful as she looked back to see a new Connie emerge. Network marketing had begun the process but Connie knew that to become all that she needed to be as a businesswoman she had to follow the coaches call to be herself – to acknowledge that she had greatness to offer. It was terrifying and wonderful.

Stage 9. Connie was essentially a new person. She was full of joy and eager to share with everyone. As with all new converts, Connie thought she had “arrived.” Truly she needed her coaches and training all the more as she embarked on the mission to share with others.

Stage 10. Was Connie ready to face the most challenging obstacle towards her ultimate success? Connie’s nemesis was the technology of the internet. Even though she had tools that simplified the tasks at hand her days often ended in failure.

There were days when defeat seemed complete and final. But the cry of network marketers was her mantra, Don’t quit. It isn’t eloquent but it is crucial. And Connie didn’t quit. It was one step forward and two steps backward somedays. But she kept going. Connie kept plugged into her mentors, her coaches, her training. And the daily victories came more often. The defeats became fewer.

Stage 11. As Connie worked through each step of the training, she became aware of a vision that she had. Connie realized that she had key skills that would empower all network marketers to become more effective recruiters and confident closers. The skills were indeed a system that anyone could use and teach. She had a way to offer those skills and that system to anyone.²

Stage 12. Connie has so much to offer her family and friends. This morning she offered to help her sister market the Christmas and Easter plays she has been writing for the small church her husband pastors. You have no idea how much joy that gave Connie.

What do you think? Is it a compelling story?

I hope it inspires you to get busy and write your story. I recently wrote my story using the Pixar Hollywood Blockbuster formula. The formula gives a simpler story.³

You should have both ready to share.

When time is short use your short version. Like when you are taking Uber to the airport.

When a longer version is called for, use the Hero’s Journey. That would be for when you are in front of the room sharing your story.

I wish you well in the making and telling of your story.

Network marketing is an awesome Odyssey. I wouldn’t have missed it for the world.

I want to read or hear your story. Send me an email – conniesuarez@prezzurepointz.com – or call me – 720-507-8231.

God bless you,
Connie Suarez
conniesuarez@prezzurepointz.com
720-507-82331

¹ The Twelve Stages of the Hero’s Journey are copied from: http://www.thewritersjourney.com/hero’s_journey.htm

² Connie is close to launching her Five Listening Skills that become a system on theintentionalrecruiter.com. When you check it out she will reward your patience with some generous discounts when you use the code: PRE17 .

³ Here is the link to that blog: https://prezzurepointz.com/2017/10/09/what-do-croc-brain-and-pixar-have-in-common/

Online or Offline. It is the “battle royale” for recruiting.

Online vs. offline.

It can seem like the “battle royale” of our times when it comes to how you should build your business because folks in either corner are constantly slugging it out saying their way is best.

It can get ugly!

But what if it’s not either/or?

What if you could do both (…and get even better results to boot)?

As a network marketer, what are some of the things you’ve been told?

  • Create a list of 100 people
  • Talk to friends and family
  • Fake it until you make it
  • Go for “No”
  • “No” doesn’t mean “no forever”
  • The fortune is in the follow-up
  • It’s not selling, it’s sharing
  • Share with everybody within three feet
  • If they can fog a mirror, this would be a great opportunity for them
  • Give home presentations
  • Hit people up in the malls

These are all old-school, traditional, belly-to-belly ways to market.

What’s funny is that there are a lot of similarities here to how you should build your business online.

I am thrilled to let one of my mentors share with you her insight on how to blend “old school” network marketing with the greatest tool of the Twenty-first Century.

Here are thoughts from Chef Katrina, Elite Marketing Pro Community Insider.

The Online “Three-Foot Rule”

Especially if you’re first starting out, you should talk to everyone within “three feet” of you online.

No matter the social media platform, if someone connects with you, you should reach out and start networking.

For instance, on Facebook, you should send a personal message to anyone who…

  • Sends you a friend request
  • Likes or shares one of your posts
  • Comments on a post or an ad (more on this in a moment)

Ask them about their business and goals and see if you can determine what they’re struggling with.

The Online “List of 100”

Here at Elite Marketing Pro, we recommend using Facebook’s advertising platform to connect with people who are already invested in the network marketing industry.

…and thus aren’t skeptical your business is a “pyramid scheme” or “scam.”

You can make lists of targeted “interest groups” highly likely to respond to your offer—for instance, the followers of a big name guru like Tony Robbins or Robert Kiosaki.

So instead of making a list of 100 people who very likely aren’t interested in starting a business, now you’re actually talking to people who’ve been bitten by the “entrepreneurial bug.”

No more dealing with unresponsive friends and family members.

No more getting rejected by strangers in whatever strange land you find yourself prospecting.

Talking to people who are already interested is more than half the battle so your closing ratio will soar.

At the end of the day, though, traditional and online methods are similar, because much of the time you’re still going to hear “no.”

That’s just a fact—it’s still a number’s game.

But, it’s also true that “no” can simply mean it’s not the right time.

Hence the timeline advice…

The fortune is in the follow-up.

How Follow-Up Works Online

There are many forms follow-up can take online, and many of them are completely automated!

You can follow-up via email.

You can follow-up by providing content on your blog.

Follow-up can mean broadcasting a Facebook Live.

It’s a brave new world with today’s technology.

You’re not limited to the phone.

Social media is a highly-leveraged and largely automated follow-up channel.

You can also text message or host a webinar.

You have SO many options.

But what’s important to remember is that you’re still talking to people.

Traditional and online networking overlap each other in that you’re going to have to talk to people with either method.

Let me say that again…

You’re going to have to talk to people!

Because if you’re not…

  • Reaching out and talking to your leads,
  • Connecting with your audience,
  • Getting out there and making connections, and
  • Eventually automating everything possible

…you’re not building a real business.

You know, I was talking with a coaching client the other day.

One of the things this individual said was…

“This is a lot of hard work!”

Well, I’m going to be dead serious with you for a moment—it is hard work.

Whether you’re doing the traditional method of building your business or you’re building online, it’s still work.

Especially in your first year—you can’t avoid it, you can’t get around it, you can’t wish it away, you can’t hope there’s an easy button…

You just need to do the work.

I mean, seriously…

You can’t spell “networking” without “working!”

Your first year you’re online is the most critical in your business.

This is your year of building trust.

It tends to take a year of being online, a year of consistently being seen by your audience, a year of providing value, education, and training—for people to grow to trust you.

It’s easy to get distracted.

It’s easy to lose focus

Imagine this…

You’re teaching everybody how to build one business, and all of a sudden you veer off and start promoting something else (and then something else).

If you do that within your first year, you’re going to lose trust with your audience.

If you’re always looking for the next thing you won’t be able to focus on the task at hand.

So don’t waste time starting over again and again…

Commit to twelve solid months of delivering value to your audience

Think about it…

If you’re dating someone, you’ve got to commit to them.

When you’re in a relationship, you’ve got to show up every single day.

It’s the same dynamic with your audience:

You’ve got to show up, keep your word, and fulfill expectations.

The moment you disappear, the moment you veer off-course, the moment you come up with a new product (or service or offer) you’re going to break that trust.

And it’s hard to get back on track when you don’t show up.

So commit to the process, because…

You’re becoming the go-to authority they’re seeking

If you show up, you’ll become the trusted recommender.

So, it’s time to ask yourself…

  • Are you committed to staying the path?
  • Are are you committed to following through?

If you are, then don’t try to avoid the work.

  • Learn how to build those relationships!
  • Learn how to offer the presentation!
  • And learn how to follow-up with people using the tools available today.

Find out what’s going on in your prospects’ world and match your product to their need.

There’s always a problem—become the solution provider!

There are problems galore out there.

So become the master at solving problems and you’ll always be the go-to person—you’ll always be the person they want to join.

Blend online and offline to your utmost advantage!

You can…

  • Follow up easier through the Internet than you ever could before.
  • Easily connect with over 100 people every single day using the Internet.
  • Get more “nos” faster to get to your “yeses” sooner online.
  • Show people your presentation, without having to invite them to a hotel or home meeting.

And you can do it all online.

You can do so many things that traditionally done offline and blending them with the online world.

Sure, there are some technical skills you need to learn, and you’re going to get frustrated at first—that’s the experience we all have.

But you need to realize that if you’re reading this article today, you are among the smallest percentage of people that actually understands how to build a network marketing business online.

You are a minority in this industry (use it to your advantage!)

Give yourself twelve months.

Commit to the process and make sure you’re taking action every day.

It’s your opportunity right now to “embrace the blend” and be one of the pioneers in the network marketing space who are successfully building their businesses online and doing what it takes to move forward.

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You have the opportunity—right now—to be a part of the transformation of the network marketing industry.

After all, we know that’s where the industry is going.

There’s no way around it.

In ten years, you won’t even recognize the industry.

But one thing will always remain the same: network marketing is one of the most powerful ways a person in a nine-to-five job can step out and start learning what it’s like to build their own business.

So be a pioneer.

Get out there and connect with people, make some mistakes, and have some fun!

Ready to blaze your trail?

Then I strongly encourage you to sign up for Elite Marketing Pro’s FREE 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

You’ll learn how to build your business online using proven “attraction marketing” strategies so you’ll never have to chase down deadbeat prospects again.

Plus, you’ll see how Ferny Ceballos, CMO of Elite Marketing Pro, passively generates 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business-builders into his business each month.

These methods allow you to build your business automatically—where prospects reach out to you (instead of you having to reach out to them).

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and you’ll get access to the 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!

 

Sincerely,
Chef Katrina
Director of Client Experience
Elite Marketing Pro

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CHEF KATRINA

Chef Katrina is the Elite Marketing Pro Community Insider. Her passion is building and supporting this Elite community of entrepreneurs. She has created her own products, is a sought-after speaker, and a top Elite Marketing Pro Affiliate.