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Re:Who said warm marketing was dead?

Post by wingtsun on Tue Jan 15, 2008 6:38 pm

Jim your post is great and you coming from a point of view as a traditional mlm mindset in a sence of "hey get people who are newtwork marketers, sign them all in and get checks. Then go to a different company and take your downline (whatever you guys call it) and earn more checks"....

And becasue your product caters only to a certain market you definitely can't sell it to many of your warm market contacts - so naturally your warm market will disappear and you won't have no one to market it!

In above scenario - yeah - you need network marketers or mlm-ers who have similar mindset - and the MS system is great for teaching that mindset onto people.


I have a diferent experience - my warm market started with only 10 people, who I wanted to talk to ( and I had more then 750 contact at that time, so I could have been like many mlm-er and talk to every one of them to the point they will cross the street when they would see me )

Those 10 "FRIENDS" or "WARM MARKET" expanded based on "MY RELATIONSHIPS" with them. Now I did not sell them anything - Because People Hate to Be Sold ----you know that though.

But I have realized also that People LOVE To Buy Something ----- of course if they did not, thre will be no products and no services in our world - everything will be for free :-)

So when I focused on the other part of the saying - People Love To Buy Something - building my business become effortless...

You see I focus only on my 10 friends and simply asked them what they would buy from me if I can get it for them - Or what are they purchasing currently when they do their errands......

None of them told me about them wanting to get some kind of air purifier, or super antioxidant or miracle juice with 18 different fruits...

But all of them told me what they want.......

I deliverd what they wanted and they are coming back for more -- it's easier to supply something what people want then to sell what people do not want....

Also it's easier to get your existing customer to purchase more from you, then to find a new prospect...PLUS people who bought from you and trust you, will do almost anything you tell them to do :-)

So yes, WARM MARKET does not disappear, if everything is done right - And YES, WARM MARKET do disappear, if everything is done wrong (in that case you need other networkers or new leads to attract magnetically to your business or it will die - in that case, MS system is great resource and will help you how to attract endless leads magnetically)

All the best,

Brett

P.S. Do not take it personally, my response to the "WARM MARKET" posts are intended only on educating people about principles of building relationships and long lasting business no matter what marked trends, economic situations or government regulations will bring.

Re:Who said warm marketing was dead?

Post by jimyaghi on Tue Jan 15, 2008 5:02 pm

there's nothign wrong with building your business with warm market. but people don't like doing it because there is so much rejection involved for most networkers. The reason is that they come off really desperate when they try to sell because they have no other source of leads. If their warm market finishes (which it will) they're going to need to quit.

There are two main reasons people get rejection from their warm market.

First of all, they don't know how to market and they try to sell.

Second, their warm market aren't all QUALIFIED prospects. If you go after them when they have never expressed a previous interest, then you and your product/business are already "unwanted".

Mike suggests that you target people who have already joined a business opportunity in the past because they already qualified themselves as "buyers" of Network Marketing. This is the easiest way to get a lot of qualified prospects. You can still target opportunity seekers or fish for people in your warm market who want one.

jim yaghi

Re:Who said warm marketing was dead?

Post by Ryndal Rogans on Tue Jan 15, 2008 1:43 pm

I don't think it's dead by a long shot man... I think that people who haven't had any success is downing that it doesn't work... my opionion.. I wrote an article on this... so, i never said it didn't work....you know??

Re:Who said warm marketing was dead?

Post by wingtsun on Mon Jan 14, 2008 7:58 pm

Here is my version of "WARM MARKETING" - and it's the best way to produce income for me. Here is how:

Its easier and less expensive to sell more to one customer then to find new one. And here is how it has been working for me....

I have found out that over 75% of HAPPY CUSTOMERS will start business. I usually work with only 20% in Trial Run - as soon as they see results, they start business with me and I lead them for the 90 days to achieve $1500 a month of residual income (that is most realistic for majority of my people), after that they know what to do, are excited and can grow on their own.

The rest I keep as a retail customers - get referrals etc... That way I get money for my business expenses and my weekly residual income from the comp. plan is just clean money!

So whoever said that "WARM MARKETING" does not work, does not know how to build relationships with his or hers people...


Basically "WARM MARKETING" for me is NO COST INCOME...that means income without me actually spending any more money on customer acquisition.

Hope you guys get it, because if you do not build relationships with your "Warm Market" you are just sitting on a GOLDMINE - so get up and open it.


Hope it helps,


Brett

Re:Who said warm marketing was dead?

Post by verniel_cutar on Mon Jan 14, 2008 1:23 pm

nahh..warm marketing is NOT dead, fellah..

those guys who say it is, are those who want you to buy their leads or join their downline building clubs. and there's nothin' wrong with that. it's just good marketing

when it comes to magnetic sponsoring teachings, I believe the author of that course didn't really believe that warm marketing is dead. He's just sayin' it shouldn't be the main focus of your business building efforts.

Your primary focus must be to find other network marketers, building a relationship with them and helping them build their biz by marketing generic information to them

but warm marketing is not dead. it will never be.

Re:Who said warm marketing was dead?

Post by verniel_cutar on Mon Jan 14, 2008 1:22 pm

nahh..warm marketing is NOT dead, fellah..

those guys who say it is, are those who want you to buy their leads or join their downline building clubs. and there's nothin' wrong with that. it's just good marketing

when it comes to magnetic sponsoring teachings, I believe the author of that course didn't really believe that warm marketing is dead. He's just sayin' it shouldn't be the main focus of your business building efforts.

Your primary focus must be to find other network marketers, building a relationship with them and helping them build their biz by marketing generic information to them

but warm marketing is not dead. it will never be.

Who said warm marketing was dead?

Post by Ryndal Rogans on Mon Jan 14, 2008 9:02 am

I wrote an article on this and now i want to gett some feedback on what you guys think on how they say it's dead, but is it really.......??????? So, i'm open to learn more and just soak up somethings... I'll be seeing the world through your thoughts and vision....

Talk to me...

Let's gett this going..

Ryndal

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