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I am a professional network marketing trainer, who loves to help people get the skills they need to succeed in building a great income from home.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009


To have a chance to build relationships and get that
retention, You must:

1 - Choose a company with consumable products that make a
real difference in the lives of Your people and those they love.
Network marketing is a relationship business, and it's also
a TESTIMONIAL business. For Your people to be
successful with word-of-mouth advertising, they need a strong
testimonial for the products they like.

2 - Offer great value to the end user (And the value YOU offer
includes much more than just Your products), which allows
You to build a very attractive income.

3 - Get to know Your people. Learn what they really want. Help
them formulate their "WHY". Do everything You can to make
them feel so valued and cared for that they'll be forever loyal.
Give them the personal attention, respect & admiration they

If Your people see You as a direct Marketing Genius, You're
lost in space.

If they see You as a special, trusted friend
& confidante, You're on the right track.

Of course, there are DMers who do it right.

Joyce Clyde Hall rose from poverty to create & build
Hallmark Cards. In the early 1950's, he started the Hallmark
Hall of Fame, TV's longest running - And BEST - Dramatic
series. The shows are consistently great.

Even the commercials - now branded in our everyday
language as "Hallmark Moments" - touch Your heart.

Hallmark proves that focusing on quality, loyalty and building
relationships are not just the right thing to do... It's

This is an excerpt from the book Success in 10 Steps, which was
written by Michael Dlouhy and based on his 30 years of
experience in the network marketing industry.

If you would like to read the book please click the link below

When I started focusing on relationships instead of trying to sell or close someone, my homebased business has grown.

Your friend,

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771

your friend,

Ingrid Camacho 702-898-8771