Funded Proposal – Pros and Cons

Experienced marketers use a concept called a “funded proposal” to bring in cash from advertising.

It’s different that common direct sales techniques because their ultimate goal is to get people introduced to their network marketing business (MLM) or to sell them a high ticket item.

But the idea of a funded proposal is to get your prospect warmed up first with good info, then sell something minor but related to your main offer, then move up to something bigger then on to the final offer.Funded Proposal Graphic

So, do you have a funded proposal to bring in cash while you are building your long term MLM business or sales business?

If not, here is one all in one package.  It’s called the Empower Network and is a complete funded proposal all in one. 

Why you NEED David Wood’s  Empower Network on YOUR side now.

  • It becomes your turn-key marketing system with the installed SEO-enhanced blog that attracts new prospects to your Sales Funnel 27/7
  • It IS your personal Sales Funnel
    • Collects prospects
    • Educates prospects
    • Pitches low, medium and high cost sales to your prospects
    • Puts cash from these sales right into your checking account 24/7
  • You get 100% commissions on everything
    • $25/month for each blog subscriber
    • $100/month for each training subscriber
    • $500 one time when someone buys the “High Ticket” product

Is that awesome or what? David Wood has put together this complete, end-to-end marketing system so you can get cash put into your checking account 24/7 automatically.  Just a few sales will fund your marketing for months on end.

The Empower Network is a complete funded proposal all in one!

And, some of the folks you get will not have a solid MLM to work and can join you once you show them how to get in profit with David Wood’s Empower Network like you are.

Evaluate David Wood’s Empower Network for yourself, ok?

Fred Raley

Fred Raley
Woodbridge, VA

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