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The Desperation of Online Marketers

I am on the mailing lists of more than a few online direct marketers. I purchased products from some, tried and returned products from a few and got unsolicited emails from a few more. Maybe you are the same. Most of what they send is crap, frankly. And, too often, they are hyping the same […]

How Many Calories Does Sizzle Have?

The network marketing world is wonderfully diverse. It covers many different product types and services and has a range of commission models and preferred marketing methods. But, they all share a common promotion methodology. It’s called “sizzle” which is the stand in shorthand for creating the initial excitement that drives distributors to them. You’ve seen […]

What’s Your “Magic Number”?

Your “Magic Number” is the number of purchases or downline recruits that it will take for you to get to your financial goals in your Affiliate Marketing or Network Marketing activities. It is the only meaningful number to you as it’s what will pay your bills when you are successful in your chosen business.   […]

Why Affiliate Marketers Should Be Network Marketers

As I have researched online marketing in general, I have noticed that the overlap in skills and interests between Affiliate Marketers and Network Marketers is very high. And, I have come to this conclusion, if you are an Affiliate Marketer, you really should be a Network Marketer! Bear with me for a bit as I […]

Learn How To Fund Your Network Marketing Business

The biggest obstacle I hear from people who are interested in a network marketing business is how to earn money quickly! Most MLM businesses are “bootstrap” operations started by people who are too often squeezed by an income that hasn’t increased in years and want to have a better life for themselves and their family. […]

Your Home Business Helps Your Neighbors!

Yes, it’s true, having a home based business is good for you and your family, your neighborhood and city. How? It’s simple, small businesses of all kinds are the engine of growth for our country’s economy. There has been a lot of national discussion lately, especially as our sluggish economy drags on, but there is […]

Working to 80?

So, the new retirement plan for many workers is, working until they are 80! According to a just released survey by Wells Fargo, A quarter (25%) of middle class Americans say they will “need to work until at least age 80” to live comfortably in retirement Three-fourths (74%) of middle class Americans expect to work […]

Occupy Wall Street, or Join the 1%?

The new protest movement, Occupy Wall Street, is spreading across the U.S. and now to Europe. Right, or wrong, and regardless of the politics of it all, there is no denying that income inequality here in the U.S. is at it’s widest in some time. Career opportunities for recent college graduates, job openings for the […]

Have You Given Up?

According to several sources, American worker productivity is down as a result of fewer new business start up, read one of the reports, here. This is a new, and troubling finding, as job creation through new businesses is the primary engine of job creation. These reports, of course, do not count network marketing businesses in […]

Is an increase in consumer spending a good thing?

The latest report on consumer spending shows an increase in credit card debt. Read the report, here. But, is this a good thing? Are we using our revolving debt to prop up our daily lives, or are we feeling flush and spending on items to enhance our lives? With all the other bad news lately […]

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