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Before the creation of the Internet, those who made money on sales relied a good deal on simple network marketing strategies. They would simply strike up a conversation with a potential customer. A manufacturer’s representative would, for example, visit a number of different retail stores, and he (or she) would lend a listening ear to the stories of the store owner,

In that way, a marketer could better identify the primary interests of that store owner. Having identified those interests the marketer could better strengthen his (or her) relationship with the store owner. The marketer would need to realize that each store owner represented a possible way to increase the number of requests for a particular product.

Today, salespeople tend to rely on a different set of network marketing strategies. Still, certain of the old strategies need to be appreciated for their ability to assist with widening the circle of customers. This article will offer details on some of the more traditional network marketing strategies.

Advertising can help with the development of a network. Looking beyond the Internet, a marketer should think about using postcards, newspapers, radio and TV in order to get out a commercial message. Such efforts should lead to a response from a diverse population. Some of the responses might well come from well-educated individuals.

The telephone should not go unmentioned in any article about network marketing strategies.  A phone conversation can be used as a way to build a relationship. The marketer should not appear in a hurry to sell his or her product. The marketer should indicate a readiness to listen to the person on the other end of the line.

Whether the marketer prefers to make contact by phone or in person, that marketer should not expect results from a single contact. Every marketer needs to plan for follow-up contacts. By engaging in such contacts, the marketer can better display an interest in the potential customer. The customer thus becomes more trusting of the marketer.

These are few old Network Marketing Strategies but this is not the end of strategies, many people thought in a different way and tried every way to add people into their network.

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Shaishav

 

2 Responses to Old Network Marketing Strategies

  1. David says:

    Love what you’re doing here! Keep up the good work!

  2. Keith says:

    Exactly where is the facebook like button ?

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