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How To Get Good Leads

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It's not a great idea to buy leads. Let's face it if those "fresh" leads were really "fresh" don't you think that maybe a few would be interested in your product/business opportunity/service? I have only found two ways to generate a list of responsive leads:

1. An internet/email marketing course that teaches you how to set up your capture page correctly.

2. A system that is designed to capture prospects and weed out the ones that are just "looking".

Using the techniques in the Internet marketing course I built a list of over 300 in less than a month. These were people hungry to get into my niche. That is the key, finding you niche and marketing to them.

If you don't know what your niche is, you need to find out who buys your product before you start marketing. It's a problem if you are marketing cat nip to bird owners, you'll sell nothing.

The advertising cost me about $300 over that month but about 1/3 of my visitors signed up for my newsletter. I wasn't giving away any goodies to get them to sign up. You don't want people who want freebies do you?

If you have a list full of freebie takers what makes you think that they are going to buy your products? You want people to sign up for your information because they think you can help them solve their problems.

Now the system I mentioned is Pay It Forward 4 Profits. This system is geared towards Multi-level Marketing and Direct Marketing businesses. It gets qualified business seekers in front of your opportunity and it builds you a list of responsive customers when you have other products and services that they might need. If your'e in an MLM you need this system.

If you're marketing online you need a list. You have heard the saying "The money is in the list.". Well it's true. The best way to get a list is to generate it yourself with proven strategies. These two are proven and they both work. It just depends on what type of business you have and who you are marketing to.