Network Marketing And The Internet – A Match Made In Heaven?

Let’s face it. Traditional network marketing with all of it’s meetings, cold calling, and friends-and-family-pestering is, well… gross to some people.
I spent many years doing the traditional MLM deal before one day coming to the realization that I did like what I was doing.

Don’t get me wrong I loved and still do love the team I’m with, and love the people I work with, I just:

I hated going to meetings.

I hated prospecting people at the bookstore.

So, not long after that I made the decision to stop building my network marketing business.

Fast forward to a few months ago.

I happened to stumble across a new breed of MLM opportunity, one that combined the leverage of a network marketing compensation plan with Internet marketing. The light bulb went off.

With the growth of the Internet, it’s now possible to use online marketing techniques to promote a network marketing opportunity and see some pretty amazing results in the process. The Internet and network marketing, when combined, add up to the perfect business model in my opinion.

The key was to maximizing the Internet to grow your MLM downline.

Using online marketing systems to sell your home based business to qualified leads that you drive to your website is the new wave of network marketing. Gone are the days of hotel and house meetings and cold calling, and I couldn’t be happier.

If you’ve been turned off in the past by old school, traditional network marketing opportunities, I encourage you to take a look at where the industry is now headed. I’m certain you’ll be excited once you explore the possibilities.


Jason Smith Business

— “Building Leaders To Lead”

— “Never Going Back To OK”

Jason Paul Smith

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