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One might think that there is no exact or right way to do Network Marketing Online. No book has even been published for this subject. However, for sure, there is definitely the wrong way to do it. Now, don’t jump to conclusion when you have not read the whole content of this blog yet. I don’t want to sound negative on this, but with years of experience, going the wrong way is not beneficial for your business.

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One might think that there is no exact or right way to do Network Marketing Online. No book has even been published for this subject. However, for sure, there is definitely the wrong way to do it. Now, don’t jump to conclusion when you have not read the whole content of this blog yet. I don’t want to sound negative on this, but with years of experience, going the wrong way is not beneficial for your business.
Since Loyalty Power 7 was created, we have been active on Network Marketing and it did bring good revenue to the business and sky rocket earnings to our merchants. This has always been a big help to us or in any other business for that matter. But doing it all wrong is not a good idea, especially that we are 100% operating online.
As years went by we also have our fair share of wrong moves and wrong decisions but we were able to surpass all that. We did not want to be those “others” who scam products and company online.

1. Playing Coach but has no team

When we created our facebook, instagram or twitter account, we have been bombarded with account invitations claiming they are “mentors” or “coaches or “inspirational speakers” asking us to follow them or check their offers and opportunities, sometimes wanting to share to us a “secret” video or teach us how to get leads to succeed. When someone does this in your twitter account, or facebook and instagram for that matter, and sends you unsolicited offers or offering you free “coaching”, yet they only have less than 200 followers and all their post contain only about their company and products – they are coaches but no team. They are nothing more than scam and posers in the social media.

2. Scammers and Spammers

There are a lot of fake and plain posers in Social media. They think they are taking the right track when actually they are just fooling themselves in the wrong direction. They aim to reach so many followers and follow a lot of people because they think that it is a number game realize that Network Marketing is a numbers game, so they reach out to as many people as possible. This is termed leading with a pitch. They also believe that other people follow leaders who are successful and confident, they also picture themselves as “mentors” telling make believe experiences.
However, some people still see them as scammers or spammers and ignore them eventually. These scammers fail to acknowledge the fact that people like buying things but they hated being pushed to buy. They hate being sold to. When you do not know this and you try to lead this way, people will see that you are trying to sell them something they do not want to buy.

3. Prioritize Value and Content

The good side about Network Marketing online though is you can shift from a poser to a leader in less than a day. You can update your social media profile and clean up unwanted data in one day or less. In the next few days you can have several content and valuable posts that people would want to read or posts that they are looking for. In a week’s time you can grow your followers to hundreds, generate some followers and leads through the current audience and get them to sign up for your business.

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