So after getting a couple of questions on this topic, I decided to cut a real quick video on it and turn it into a blog post. In a nutshell, I always get questions asking me about ‘front end offers’ and why have them… instead of just promoting your primary network marketing business directly. After all, the ‘main’ reason you’re marketing on the internet is to build your network marketing business, right?
All good questions. The thing you have to realize is that no matter how good your primary business opportunity is, the harsh reality is MOST of your prospects won’t join your network marketing business. Plain and simple. That doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with you, your products or your compensation plan. It’s just the way it is. So should you let all those leads fall through the cracks… or should you position yourself to profit from them regardless if they join your or not?
Click PLAY below to watch a short video where I elaborate more on the above.
In my personal business, I leverage and promote two main front end offers. The first one is a generic online marketing system that you can use to build ANY primary network marketing business you’re in. And the second one is a generic viral blogging system. Both can be used to promote any business… and both have a low entry point, making them convert significantly higher then other programs in the market place.
In your marketing, you should put front end offers in place… and then ‘back-end’ your prospects into your primary network marketing business once you’ve built a relationship with them. Not doing this, will cause you to leave a ton of money on the table… and that just doesn’t make business sense?
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