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Re: Does Newbie in network marketing means bad quality?

Post by f5mtadas on Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:12 pm

Prostarprofits wrote:MY answer! None!

I only deal with business owners who run traditional business and show them how a network marketing business will enhance their business.

1. They have money, my opportunity is less than $400 bucks. I get paid around $3000 from every person I bring in because I give them more stuff and more value.

2. Business owner duplicate 99.99% of the time.


Yes it is smartest and fastest way to build this type of business, but also
any newbie can become a business person, get experience and dublicate
your system later.

Re: Does Newbie in network marketing means bad quality?

Post by Prostarprofits on Wed Jul 13, 2011 8:07 pm

MY answer! None!

I only deal with business owners who run traditional business and show them how a network marketing business will enhance their business.

1. They have money, my opportunity is less than $400 bucks. I get paid around $3000 from every person I bring in because I give them more stuff and more value.

2. Business owner duplicate 99.99% of the time.

Re: Does Newbie in network marketing means bad quality?

Post by f5mtadas on Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:45 pm

Edison_Victorino wrote:
If you ask me, it will depend on the person. There are some newbie out there who can make 6 figure in a month without a formal training in the industry.

They made it, because of determination and desire to achieve what they want


Hoping that newbie under you in network marketing will make 6 figures income
it would probably chance very close to 0.

Of course it depends on person - also people who have experience offline
he can bring it in online and build prosperity business.

If he is not that person, but highly motivated we work with him he
would become that person with that vision we have.

Tadas

Re: Does Newbie in network marketing means bad quality?

Post by Edison_Victorino on Wed Jul 13, 2011 11:25 am

f5mtadas wrote:Hi there,

I was talking with some people in other community about leads quality
how we can classified leads but

anyways if you see that from some advertising sources and marketing
people are just newbies keep opt ins. I would also ask you

this important question: Would you like to spend your time
with newbie, rather than interacting with educated networkers
and JV partners to get already educated people in downline?

To change newbie mindset it can be very hard task, but if you
do that it can produce you amazing results in your business.

So what do you think about newbies that opt ins your form ?(not program jumpers, but
newbies)

How you are train them from A-Z with them? You main aspects!

Tadas Luksys


If you ask me, it will depend on the person. There are some newbie out there who can make 6 figure in a month without a formal training in the industry.

They made it, because of determination and desire to achieve what they want

Re: Does Newbie in network marketing means bad quality?

Post by ssoltero on Wed Jul 13, 2011 10:59 am

Hi Tadas,
I agree with you qualifying is very important aspect of finding the proper lead for your organization, but with proper training and offering value to this newbie is a great motivator and create a strong profitable downline!

Shawn Soltero

Re: Does Newbie in network marketing means bad quality?

Post by f5mtadas on Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:36 am

Rob Hammond wrote:If you're not turning newbies into success stories, where are your JV partners even
coming from? Why would they partner with you if you haven't turned out any success
stories yet?


It does not means thing like this:

You said: "You are new for network marketing?"
He said: "Yes"
You said: "Get out of here"

AS you mentioned we filter them out, but it is like playing piano, not
like switching a light (nothing more need to learn to switch a light)

My JV partners are list owners and we do ads swaping
in some paid services. It would not be wise not use leads who
really not qualified for network marketing, does't it?

Tadas

Re: Does Newbie in network marketing means bad quality?

Post by f5mtadas on Wed Jul 13, 2011 7:10 am

ssoltero wrote:Hi Tadas!

You really opened up a can of worms, and the truth of the matter is that if these new partners are truly newbies they are very trainable and will be very successful as long as what system your training them in is a winner! I know that much from my own experience.


Hi Shawn

The key for success in this point in network marketing is to
learn how to identify potential newbie - winner
into your business by doing qualification, rather
than taking them all and try to teach "Pig to fly" -
who have experience in this business
knows what I mean :D

Tadas

Re: Does Newbie in network marketing means bad quality?

Post by ssoltero on Wed Jul 13, 2011 3:15 am

Hi Tadas!

You really opened up a can of worms, and the truth of the matter is that if these new partners are truly newbies they are very trainable and will be very successful as long as what system your training them in is a winner! I know that much from my own experience.

Re: Does Newbie in network marketing means bad quality?

Post by Rob Hammond on Wed Jul 13, 2011 2:53 am

Training newbies in network marketing is one of the most profitable things you can do.
Now you have to filter out who you train (by requiring them to either pay you for your
time or just spend a minimum amount on marketing or whatever) but once you have
serious newbies, coach the heck out of them.
They'll become your success stories and your brand as a marketer will be built on
training newbies.
If you're not turning newbies into success stories, where are your JV partners even
coming from? Why would they partner with you if you haven't turned out any success
stories yet?

Re: Does Newbie in network marketing means bad quality?

Post by f5mtadas on Tue Jul 12, 2011 7:29 am

Ceri wrote:Everyone is new at some point - if you didn't recruit newbies then it wouldn't be possible for this industry to grow.


I don't think so. Some people just recruit successful people who already have
downline in other companies, have big lists and so on and than these
people bring them downline under him and you makes lots of money.

It is not something like: "where get sources, that recruit heavy hitter? :D"
It is relationship process finding them on JV ads swapping, social sites,
forums and so on. They join because they can get value from you, not because
you offer business opp. (you must to share value and they
get benefits from you, that is why they don't join newbie)
rather than newbie:
newbie always join because of opp. and he feels good if you cares about
him success and that is how you can help him. Also if we takes all newbies without
qualifcation we will never build successful downline and will lost lots of time.

Tadas

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