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Build your independent distributorship requires dedication and a plan. Find software, tools, and other resources available to help build your new home business.

  • September 25, 2013

    Prospecting for Customers and Distributors

    I believe that anytime we’re working on a project—no matter what the project may be, we are representing that company/project. The first thing we have to do is become our own best customer. By that I mean that we have to really be committed to using our product or service. Once we’re able to be comm... Read more ›

  • June 4, 2013

    The Buzz about Buzz–Influencing Your Relational Network through Word of Mouth Marketing

    Talking to friends and family (or social networking) about a new product or opportunity is not new.  Researchers have looked at word of mouth advertising since the 1950s. Further, word of mouth marketing has been used in direct selling, at least, since the 1940s. Corporations have started (or restarted) ... Read more ›

  • June 23, 2011

    Don’t Shoot From the Hip-Use a Script

    Unfortunately, many IBO's (Independant Business Owners) labor under the false belief that they're too experienced to use a phone script and as a result, sabotage their phone calling effectiveness and income. A well-designed and properly rehearsed script is a powerful tool for projecting a confident and compet... Read more ›

  • June 8, 2011

    A Guide to Harnessing the Power of Your MLM Customers’ Testimonials

    Do you routinely use customer testimonials to enhance your MLM sales presentations and strengthen your marketing material? When it comes to effective marketing and business development, a glowing endorsement from a customer is the gold standard. Using testimonials is a great way to build credibility and de... Read more ›

  • April 21, 2011

    Baby Boomers- In Job Loss, an Opportunity

    A cartoon in a recent issue of New Yorker magazine succinctly sums up life for the aging baby boomers. The illustration is of a suited man talking on the phone and seated at a corporate desk. It's the caption that says it all: "How do you know if you're under the radar or all washed up?" he's asking. How i... Read more ›

  • March 2, 2011

    Why You’re Lame if You Buy Leads

    Purchased leads are a lame way to try to circumvent the authentic system that works in direct sales. Someone must have recently added me to a list they are selling of people interested in home-based business opportunities. The emails I’m getting now are ridiculous. Stories of untold riches if I simply si... Read more ›

  • February 23, 2011

    Develop the Habit of Going the Extra Mile

    There are only two ways to beat the competition; lower your price or increase the quality and quantity of service you provide to your customers. Customers who buy from you because of a low price are not loyal and will jump ship when your competition offers them a lower price. One of the biggest reasons mos... Read more ›