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Find The Opportunity Internet Marketing Business

On your search you will find that there are 1000’s upon 1000’s of Internet Marketing Opportunities available to you. Consider the following steps before making the decision to join an internet marketing business:

  1. Make a list of things that you are interested in. Look for Internet Marketing Opportunities that spark your interest.
  2. Decide if you want to market your business online, offline, or both.
  3. Is the business opportunity for a product, service, or system?
  4. How much is the investment that you have to make to get started and is there a monthly membership fee?
  5. How do you get paid and what is the compensation plan?
  6. What type of training is provided to you to attract leads to your business?
  7. Advertising–determine how you will advertise your new online marketing business: Free, On a Budget, or Unlimited Resources.

Your Internet Marketing Business Plan

Even if you have not decided on an Internet Marketing Opportunity, making a business plan is important to accomplishing your goals.

  • Determine how many hours a day you have available to build your Internet Marketing Business.
  • Divide the time you have available per week into the following categories: training, advertising, social networking, maintaining a blog, research, writing articles, responding and

Tricks Grow Close Rate

1. Be a Good Listener – Even When You’ve Heard all the Excuses Before

After a few weeks of making the same pitch you have a pretty good idea of what the common objections are going to be and should have a plan ready to get around each one. Be careful not to interrupt your prospect when they start telling you why they don’t want what you are selling. This puts them on the immediate defensive, and will stop your sale in its tracks. Learn how to be an active listener with nodding and the appropriate quick responses, while your mind is busy getting your response to the objection ready.

2. Show Your Respect for their Opinion

Once they are finished with their objection, follow up with a few well rehearsed questions. “What did you mean exactly when you said… ” or “Have you considered trying to… “. Be careful not to belittle their opinion, and don’t give them more ammunition by asking why questions. Keep it conversational and you will gather the information you need to increase your close rates.

3. Testing the Waters for a Close

Reinforce that you understand all