5 Rookie Facebook Ads Mistakes to Avoid

By Kim Garst I regularly see business owners throwing away their hard-earned money on ineffective Facebook ads. This makes me incredibly sad, because often all it takes are a few minor tweaks to make their ads explode. We have literally spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on Facebook ads and learned a thing or two…

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7 Facebook Ad Audiences that Crush It!

By Kim Garst I don’t care how good your offer is. It doesn’t matter how amazing your graphics are. The best ad copy ever written will sell NOTHING… … if you don’t have the right AUDIENCE for your Facebook Ads. After 166 individual campaigns, thousands of individual ads and hundreds of thousands of dollars in ad spend,  I can safely…

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How to Make Stress Your Friend

  TED   |  Success Magazine  January 18, 2017 Stress is not the enemy. Health psychologist Kelly McGonigal says if you can change the way you think about it, it can even become your friend. In this TED Talk, McGonigal sheds a new light on stress and shares surprising research that could make what feels…

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3 Psychological Triggers that Practically Force Your Prospects to Take Action

100 milliseconds. That’s how quickly your brain forms a first impression. In fact, according to a study at Princeton University, participants crystallized a lasting judgment about the attractiveness, competence, and aggressiveness of a complete stranger in just one-tenth of a second! For reference, it takes three-tenths of a second to blink your eyes. Now that’s…

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What To Do If Your Downline or New Recruits Are Lazy & Not Producing

I recently had a conversation with a top earner in network marketing, named Carol (not real name), whose business had “flatlined” and she was troubled by the fact that most of her downline team members seemed to be lazy, not producing, and not following through on what they said they’d do. She wanted to know…

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The 3 C’s of Communicating Online

Have you ever written a social media post or a blog that you thought would *kill* with responses? But instead it got crickets – nothing, zilch, nada! I know I have. As have most online entrepreneurs…especially the ones who fail. Without interest in your free content, You are not going to have interest in your…

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How to Recruit More – Without Being a ‘Slimy’ Salesperson!

By Julie Burke How do you get more people to look at your opportunity? Click the picture to watch the video below to discover the 4 ground rules for mastering the recruiting process I personally used to sponsor 270 frontline reps, and build a team of over 8300 distributors on social media, without a website or…

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3 Tips To Turn You From Technophobe to TechnoPRO

By Kate McShea The Shocking Diagnosis Picture this, you walk straight into the Doctor’s Office and you list your symptoms: Excessive fingernail biting… Upset stomach… Constant sweating… Frequent moments of paralysis… Lack of motivation to get work completed… And these symptoms occur while sitting at your computer trying to build your business… You’d likely get…

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MLM Recruiting – The 7 Deadly Sins Of Recruiting & Sponsoring

By Bill and Michelle Pescosolido Often times, in the excitement and nervousness of sharing your Home Biz Opportunity to a prospect, we forget the fundamentals of MLM recruiting, and as a result… big mistakes happen. We’ve all been there before (I know I certainly have). However, if your home based business relies upon you successfully…

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The 90 Minute Blitz Formula: 4 Steps to Produce More in Your Business in 90 Minutes Than Most Produce in One Week!

By Kate McShea You can learn all the latest social media “tricks,” uncover the hottest new “hack” to generate leads, or discover the next “secret” traffic strategy… But unfortunately, learning all of these “hot tips” doesn’t mean a thing… …if you don’t make the time to actually IMPLEMENT them into your business. I find that most business owners (myself included…

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