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Making Good Use Of An MLM Phone Lead - Articles Surfing
The MLM phone lead may just be the most avoided lead. Many people are nervous about making contacts via the phone. It is not surprising with all the rules and laws regulating soliciting phone calls. However, the MLM phone lead can be a great tool to get a MLM business turning a profit.
There is a reason why so many companies use telemarketing as part of its marketing efforts. That is because it works. If you know what you are doing, telemarketing can be a great way to secure new recruits.
One of the biggest obstacles in using a MLM phone lead is the National Do Not Call list. There is, however, an easy way to avoid being caught up in this legislation. You simply have to make sure your MLM phone lead comes from a good source - preferably the lead themselves.
If you get your phone leads from the lead themselves then you are bypassing the regulations of the Do Not Call list. The person requested for you to call them and gave you permission to call them and so the Do Not Call regulations do not apply to your call.
To get a MLM phone lead directly form the lead you will need to gather the information through your website where the lead can fill out a request form for more information. This is the easiest way to do this.
Once you have a MLM phone lead list you need to develop a script - what you will say during the call, your pitch. You will also need to consider how to rebuttal any objections they may have.
You can then begin calling and pitching to your leads. You should see some nice results because you are using a good method of marketing, as well as contacting quality leads.
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