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Network Marketing Online: How To Recruit 1,042 MLM Members In 6 Months Without picking up the phone Paperback – July 10, 2013
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About the Author
Eric Welke is an internet entrepreneur and owner of a boutique marketing agency called Checkmate Marketing Group LLC. Back in 2010 he was in grad school full-time and working a job at a trash can factory. He had quit his corporate job and went back to school because he was tired of the cubicle world was looking for opportunity. Unfortunately the only opportunities he found were in the form of massive students loans that would take a lifetime to repay and a job at the trash can plant. In order to save what little money he had, he rented a room with peeling paint and stained carpet in the basement of a townhouse. A few short months after he moved into that basement room, he was informed that he no longer had the job making trash cans. Jobless, lonely, overwhelmed with endless class assignments, $50k in student loans, $30k in credit card debt, living underground and just plain unhappy... This was not what he had envisioned for his future. It was at that time, sitting in the basement, that he realized something had to change. He started searching for ways to really start his own business and do it successfully. His final decision was to never go back to corporate world he had just been shown the exit to. That was at the end of 2010. Eventually he graduated in May 2011 and did not even consider looking for a job. He was already making a decent living running an online business and it was growing. He kept on going and the business ended up bringing in 6 figures that first year in operation. That was 2011. In 2012 and beyond, the business has skyrocketed and continues to grow. Eric no longer lives in a basement.
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It is full of generic 'pointers' that say things like "Facebook is no doubt a useful tool so make good use of it and get a fan page and then post content so people can see it publicly, but make sure to do this and that. Then get a blog, because that is a useful tool as well, and write stuff on it, and try and get a following. Then get lots of contacts and make an email list, and don't put this or that in the subject line. Then get a twitter account, and get lots of followers, and there you can post stuff that people will read. After that make a you tube video and put it on you tube, and then get fans to watch the you tube video. The internet is great because it s a good tool to help you build up your online business."
Really? Most of the books I have found on MLM have had some really good substance, engaging and change my misconceptions about the industry. This book snaps it right back to where it was, cheesy and cheap. After reading this guys bio, I blame myself for getting suckered.
In my humble opinion this is a recruitement bait gimick so you will join his team... can you do the same, write nonsense ebook and put in on Amazon ang get mlm partners into your team that way??? I guess not so as I stated from the beginning... don't waste your money or time.
Internet technology for network marketing can very much help you grow your business, share information and keep in touch with your organization - this dude doe not give much insight or convey any valuable information.