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Old 06-26-2007, 10:50 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Where does that leave the newbie wanting to build?

I am looking for responsive ways to advertise my MLM opportunity for free or cheaply and ways that my downline can duplicate.

I have tried:

1) Google ads - too expensive for most good keywords
2) Search Engines - most affiliate/referral links do not get ranked although I do have my own site I work on
3) Safelists - a waste of time?
4) Yahoo groups - the same?
5) Hitexchanges - used to work but now too many and too many auto-surfs?
6) Ezine advertising - can work if targetted but solo ads can be expensive and other ads get lost.

So where does that leave the newbie wanting to build an online business
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Old 06-29-2007, 02:55 PM   #2
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MLM is not without its challenges...my thought would be to try and change your approach. Try to turn your model upside down. For example, Gillette razors were inspired by a gold rush tycoon who made all his money - not in gold - but selling shovels. Gillette does the same thing, thier razors are cheap but the blades cost a small fortune. My suggestion is to go viral, have a product or offering that people want and want to share, you can tie your MLM into that. Just my 2 cents worth.
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