Even since the days of Aladdin and his magic lamp, or the California Gold Rush of 1948, people have been on the fast track to creating wealth.
And no one demonstrates that better than Tina J. Kang who launched an mlm company from her college dorm room.
Fast forward a few years later, 27 year old Tina cofounded Networker Pros, a multi-million dollar training company that teaches other MLM upstarts how to use the internet to get leads without out hitting up her sorority sisters or the guys she knew on the Lacrosse team.
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The early days certainly took their toll on Tina – no matter what she did, she just couldn’t convince anyone to join the network marketing company she was involved with, regardless of the advice she received from the people who signed her up.
So there she is, 26 years old, with only five or six people that he had brought into the company, working hour after hour, day after day and very little to show for it.
She wouldn’t give up though. She started reaching out to total strangers (cold calling), spamming social media platforms, and even jumped on Zoom calls with people in the company who were making big money, but it just wasn’t clicking. It felt like a punch in the gut when her sponsor told her to just keep doing what she was doing because that “Yes” is just around the corner.
Little did she know, Tina’s luck was about to change. At the verge of throwing in the towel, she found what could only be described as a gold mine of never ending leads that had her smiling all the way to the bank.
Tina talks about how this technique she discovered doesn’t involve all the traditional 70-yr-old techniques that they teach at your local Amway meeting or some San Francisco soiree. No, these strategies were so dead simple that you didn’t even have to bother attending meetings ever again. In fact, you don’t have to call people (they call you), no more Zoom rooms, nobody telling you to hit the road, and no persuading people to pay for a starter kit.
At this point, she found herself with more leads than she could handle, her downline multiplying like rabbits, and her bank account bursting at the seams. For the first time, Tina had a taste of financial freedom, and she wanted more.
On top of that, the people that she brought into the company didn’t throw up any roadblocks or make excuses for not joining. Afraid her sudden success might just be a streak of dumb luck, she passed her secret techniques on to her downline, and couldn’t believe what happened. Tina’s team exploded having the same success as she was seeing. That’s when it clicked for her.
So what exactly is this “sleeping giant” that Tina stumbled upon? Tina says her strategy is just getting in front of people that have a problem that they need to have solved, and showing them that you have a way to help them solve it.
But, this doesn’t just work for shampoos and lotions, or diet pills… you can do this with anything like:
- Legal Advice
- Essential Oils
- Cell Phone Service
- Greeting Card
- Kitchen Utensils
- Scented Candles
The idea is to pay Google to do all the heavy lifting for you. You basically run an ad to a video sales letter that gets people to a short video sales letter and Voila! – you’ve got people begging you for more information.
OK, so technically you’re still approaching people and selling them on your products and business opportunity, but at least you don’t feel like you’re going door-to-door and nobody avoids you like the plague family reunions and Christmas parties.
But here’s the deal…
You need to call her sales line to get all the details. Here’s a heads up though, it’s not a free strategy. Once the call is done, her team will try to sell you her program which is likely going to cost you upwards of 4-5 figures, plus all the money that you’ll be spending on Google Ads.
As far as I’m concerned, Google Ads isn’t a bad skill to have, but they don’t have the best track record when it comes to banning campaigns or even accounts altogether.
And don’t get me started on MLM, the green-eye monster of business models…
Been there, Done That!