I have learned from and tried nearly every system out there and MLSP is the best one hands down. It answers all of your points above.
I actually got in more than once and recently joined Diane Hochman directly. I found that when you have the combination of a great team and system you are miles ahead. And the best part is that now I don't have to spend all of my time teaching my team, but just help them map a plan using the system that is already laid out for them.
Why did you leave the system more than once and what did it do for you to join under Diane Hochman? I'm asking because I might rejoin MLSP if it can be done right, and if it makes a difference who you sign up under. thanks
Adil_Shamim wrote:I am a strong advocate of building a MLM business online along with using online MLM systems to brand yourself online , and to build your own list from the internet..
The reason , offline methods are not enough these days in my view! . To grab a more larger share of the market , you have to transcend boundaries and reach out to more qualified people around the world to work with them as partners to increase your income and to have a global business...
In my opinion , a good online MLM system should have the following ingredients.
- Tried and tested customizable squeeze/ sales pages designed according to
prospect's needs , to generate quality leads online
- Tried and tested back-end auto responder email series to ensure adequate follow up
with your leads and to close/convert them for your business..
- Provision to brand yourself online through customizing the system provided squeeze
pages /sales pages..
- A system to ensure you are building your own list to generate multiple income streams..
- Professional and up to date online marketing training to ensure you are expanding
your MLM business quickly incurring as little costs as possible..
What do you look for in a online MLM system to reach to your goals ??..lets hear it from you..The floor is open..
The only problem I see is the auto-responder. If used straight out of the box many of the systems promote the new marketer in the wrong light. MLSP is one of the worse to do this. The series makes the new person look like a seasoned rep who is there to coach their new subscriber when in fact they barely know how to market a business themselves. It's along the lines of what has been discussed here on BN concerning false claims of leadership. How do you help newbies fix that mistake, rewrite the series, write your own series, or just use as is and let it go?
Customizing as mentioned is a good point of any system. The standard provided squeeze pages are misleading for the new subscriber and very generic. Do you customize your MLSP squeeze pages so you first brand yourself and your business? Customization is one of the key features of MLSP but not an easy task to accomplish although anyone can do it if taught.
Again, just asking because I might rejoin the system. Might be a better system than I originally thought and signing up under the right person might make a big difference?