Renegade Network Marketer

By: Dean Caporella

The Renegade Network Marketer has started a revolution within the network marketing industry and it comes as no surprise.

Author Ann Sieg took the bold step to produce a book which told it like it is. She firstly tested the waters with her report, "The 7 Great Lies Of Network Marketing" and to say it raised the ire of established and successful network marketers is an understatement.

The truth is, success in network marketing is confined to a small percentage; somewhere in the vicinity of 5-10% so why is it people continually flock to this industry looking for their "pot of gold?"

In the Renegade Network Marketer, Sieg doesn't hold back, building up to a final crescendo in which she reveals a system network marketers can adopt right away and achieve extraordinary results.

So can people turn their MLM business around adopting new age techniques? Like anything in this world, unless you take the action required then nothing is going to happen. The Renegade Network Marketer lays out a system incorporating the best of both the offline and online worlds.

It's crazy to think with the internet at a person's disposal today, ignoring it as a tool to promote a business or an offer is paramount to business lunacy.

Prospects are the lifeblood of any network marketing business and the old methods of speaking to friends and relatives and just about anyone else who was within arms length, is not the way to do business.

One criticism of The Renegade Network Marketer is perhaps it's overly critical of the way MLM was promoted in the past. After all, the internet has only been in operation for a short time and whether we like it or not, "the 3 foot rule" and other methods did work, provided someone was prepared to go above and beyond the call of duty.

The problem is, many new distributors are still being preached these methods and most quickly reach a stage of exhausting their circle of prospects and just stagnate. Ann Sieg hits on a point which is extremely pertinent; what does a distributor then do when they have run out of people to talk to that they know?

Think about it, there's only so many people you can talk too and no, unless you take the action to build your own business, forget the lie your told that says "just join and we'll build your business for you."

The Renegade Network Marketer shows you how to make money on the front end while building an MLM business. Creating cash flow so one can sustain and overcome the early expense hurdles in network marketing is vital in surviving the first year in business. And more importantlyFeature Articles, creating a flow of prospects who actually want to hear what your offer is is music to any network marketer's ears.

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