Stop advertising your opportunity, and start advertising your expertise and your knowledge.
Spam (food) Pork shoulder/buttocks salt, water, modified potato starch as a binder, and sodium nitrite as a preservative.
Spam (electronic), unsolicited or undesired electronic messages.
You can interput the above anyway you want but I think what ever your interputation, it's probably negative outcome... Right?
My Favorite spmmers are the ones who click accept or invite on Facebook and with in minutes send you their opportunity. Which is why I give Mike Dillard's 7 Day Bootcamp as a gift on
When your audience sees you as an expert who wants to help, instead of a sales person after a dollar, they will gladly come and pursue you, as soon as they are ready to make a purchase.
Experts never have to advertise a sales pitch, yet they always have a line of eager customers waiting outside their door. It's the greedy, short-sighted, selfish bunch who have to hawk their wares day-in and day-out.
So stop advertising your opportunity, and start advertising your expertise and your knowledge.
In the phone scripts you use. The sizzle calls you plug your leads into. The emails you send. Then conference calls you hold. The cover letters you write.
Everything you say or do needs to enhance your position as an expert and a leader who can show your prospect exactly how to get what he really wants. Because that reason, and only that reason is why your prospects will join you in your business.
So which person are you?
Resourse: Mike Dillard Magnetic Sponsoring (the founder of this website)