Cover_2010_June A key factor in YOUR success is getting you and your business noticed by potential prospects.

If we are not in a state of self promotion no one will do it for us the way should. This month we have many perspectives to this important topic. Take advantage of these different ways of promoting yourself and your business and climb to a new plateau for you and your company!
Keep an eye out for our new format of the Network Marketing Magazine starting June 15, 2010. We will be keeping our Free Lite version for new members but we will also be making available our Pro membership that will include an audio version of Network Marketing Magazine plus so much more.
So how do you take advantage of this? Get every one in your group who is not already a member of Network Marketing Magazine to join for free and they will be grandfathered in to the Pro version for an entire year. Keep an eye on the emails that will keep you informed. Have a great June!
Aim high!
George Madiou

Features

How to get your prospects to read your brochures and sales letters by Tom "Big Al" Schreiter

Do your headlines and first sentences drive your prospects away with boredom or, do your headlines and first sentences draw your prospects’ attention and motivate them to read your materials with enthusiasm? Have you ever read a newspaper? How do you read the newspaper? Do you start at the upper left-hand...Read More »

How to Make Sure That We Make Each Promotion Count When Promoting Ourselves and Our Business! by David Feinstein

The faster you can get them to their solution in the form of direct benefits to them, the less work you have to do… yet the more results you’ll get.  Whether you like it or not, when you joined Network Marketing you got yourself involved in a business that’s multi-faceted....Read More »

Promoting Ourselves And Our Business – it's an age old concept! by RS Mallory

The future growth of network marketing and business building is linked to the past and the values of old time entrepreneurs What can we learn from an old time Pharmacologist? My Dad owned an old time Pharmacy for over 30 years spanning the 1930’s, 40’s, 50’s and 1960’s’. It was an...Read More »

Branding You with a Blog While At The Same Time Promoting Your Business by Sue Seward

Here are a dozen nuggets to help you get started with your personal blog A blog is much like a personal website only its focus is more of a personal journal for anyone who chooses to read it. A blog can be a wonderful complement to your personal website, newsletters, articles,...Read More »

Promoting You and Your Business by Ted Henry

Tools and Tips for efficiently promoting you and your business while building relationships! The all time best-selling book on Human Behavior states the following: “Only in his hometown and in his own house is a prophet without honor.” What does that mean? Well, it is just about impossible to be the...Read More »

Direct Sales: 2 Reasons to Promote Yourself and 3 Benefits Your Business Will Reap by Kimberly Rhodes

Once you start promoting yourself you separate yourself from the herd because you are unique and no one can be you There has been great debate whether success in Direct Sales or Network Marketing is dependent on your ability to promote you or your business first. You have heard the saying,...Read More »

Promotion by Paul Morris

To earn more you must learn more. Ten ideas to act on NOW that will help get your name out there and cause your business to grow. Promotion isn’t just something… it is everything! No pro, no grow. No promotion no locomotion. So what are you really promoting? You are promoting YOU!...Read More »

We Are All In Sales by Russell Foster

When we focus on improving ourselves, our product, or our service, and begin shifting our intention to the value the consumer receives, everything changes for the better. Two guys are sitting next to each other in a bar and after a few minutes they strike up a conversation. The first gentleman...Read More »

How To Promote Ourselves and Our Business by Kauri Thompson

Most Internet users can be, promoting themselves and their businesses to tens, hundreds and even thousands of people yet many of these “promotions” are actually “demotions.” With a few clicks of your mouse, most Internet users can become viral in minutes, promoting themselves and their businesses to tens, hundreds and even...Read More »

Articles

Top Strategies to Achieve Uncommon Success by Jill Ammon-Wexler

Properly applied, these 8 principles can also serve as a catalyst for YOUR success. Below are 8 proven strategies highly successful people have always used to overcome obstacles to their goals. Properly applied, these same principles can also serve as a catalyst for YOUR success. 1. Get Aligned It’s important to...Read More »

Seeing the “NOs” before they are spoken by dr. g. jack.brown

There is a goldmine of information waiting for you on everyone’s face. Go ahead and open it up. Once a “no” is spoken aloud, a wall is put up in the speakers’ mind that is very difficult to bring down. Whether it’s due to his/her psychology, pride, life-experience or idiosyncrasies –...Read More »

The Financial Equation That Will Set You Free by Chris Widener

You can have a life where you have enough at all times, especially in the end. It is possible. You just have to make smart decisions and use good math! I have a good friend who works in an area of the US that has more than its share of poverty....Read More »

Aged to Perfection by Denis Waitley

LIVING IN THIS MOMENT, IN THE BEAT OF A HEART LIVING IN THIS MOMENT, IN THE BEAT OF A HEART In the beat of a heart, a child is born. In the beat of a heart a celebrity or unknown person faces mortality. In the beat of a heart, an Olympic...Read More »

Arthur's Corner by Arthur Tugman

Mighty Monthly Musings In order to live a dream You have to wake up to reality Arthur Tugman ~ How one perceives self Leads to wealth Arthur Tugman ~ Possibilities open up When you hunker down Arthur Tugman ~ In order to get over obstacles’ retort You must not underestimate support...Read More »

Goals! by Rod Nichols

If you want to be the best in your company, you too must get goals focused and work together with your upline and downline leaders as a team. I’m not much of a soccer fan, but the recent Confederations Cup caught my eye when the USA beat perennial powerhouse, Spain. The...Read More »

Don't Be A Complainer by Jim Rohn

You must focus on what you can do, not what you cannot. And you must focus on the opportunities not the difficulties. Complaining. There’s room for legitimate complaining, but if you let this deadly disease of attitude – complaining – loose it will conquer you. Complaining can take over your life....Read More »

The “Get some new, hot leads” scam by Tom "Big Al" Schreiter

Unless you learn the skills of getting your message inside your prospect’s brain, you message will be wasted on deaf ears. You talk to all your relatives and they say “no” – and you talk to all of your friends, and they weren’t interested. So what do you do next? You...Read More »

Columns

Market Yourself at Low or No Cost by Debbie Madiou

Promoting your business is a way of life. It’s not something you turn on and off during your day. It’s easy! So what can you do to market your business at a low cost or no cost? Here are a few ideas: Make sure you you have some professional business cards...Read More »

3 Ways of Promoting Ourselves and Our Business by George Madiou

What are you waiting for? Get going and watch what happens! Develop relationships. Developing relationships is one the main keys to being viewed by others as worthy to know, and desired to be around and to do business with. So many people today have their sights set upon themselves and it...Read More »

The Art of Promotion by Mary K Weinhagen

With authenticity and a generous spirit your business becomes irresistible Do you find yourself wondering why people are not flocking to you and/or your website to take advantage of your wonderful offerings, whether product, services or amazing business opportunity? Perhaps you need to learn the art of promotion. Don’t get me...Read More »