Friday, July 11, 2008

Roxanne's Red Light Strategies as She Builds Buzz on MySpace

Online network marketers are turning more and more to
social media to help build an online buzz Be it for their
business opportunity, or one of their products. Some network
marketers are experimenting with creative new ways to use
(until recently, thanks to Ed Dale)less-heard-of social network
websites such as Twitter to help achieve their online marketing
and buzz-building goals.

If you are involved in a network marketing program, social
networking sites are the perfect place for you. It's all about
networking and attracting the right people to you. Social
networking sites can really help you with establishing yourself
with the masses on the internet.

A word of warning to network marketers don't try to use social
media sites until you understand the communities.Get experience
in social media before you attempt your marketing in these
communities. Or they will run you out of town, like the towns
people did to Frankenstein.

But they wont use pitchforks and torches.

Today they will use forums, walls and tweets!

Go into these communities, participate in the forums before you
ever start trying to market yourself, your brand or website.
That will give you the best possible grasp on what to do and how
to do it.

My friend Roxanne Green has a great recording you can
listen to, explaining step by step strategies you can use in
the social media sites. Listen here

Using Roxanne's strategies to social networking using
MySpace and Facebook and others.You can build stronger
relationships with your network marketing prospects and
create more business either for your network marketing business
or your regular type of business

So to help you begin to enjoy network marketing and learn to
take full advantage of free online marketing through Web 2.0
and social marketing.

My recommendation is to learn all the skills you will need through
Mentoring For Free

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Gary McElwain
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My Success Manual


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1 comment:

stevedevane@gmail.com said...

Gary,

Excellent information about social networking.

I agree totally that you have to become part of the community. You have to add value. In short, you have to be a friend with no agenda.

Thanks for sharing this valuable information.

Steve DeVane