TMI Disease affects online marketers – Cure enclosed below

You have the TMI disease!

Let me guess:

  1. You spend your time sorting junk email out and deleting it.
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  2. You spend time reading other folks’ posts on Facebook, YouTube or MySpace or some similar social networking site.
  3. You look in your spam folder to see if you missed something good.
  4. You read guru’s emails to see what they want to sell you next to make you overnight riches.
  5. You file good messages in a folder (last guy I talked to had a hundred + folders for this purpose.)
  6. You spent time checking out the next new product launch and every guru’s bonus to buy it from them so they would make money.
  7. You spent time seeing messages from established marketers about their business.

Now,

  • Read the list above and see which ones got you more prospects for your business.
  • Read the list above and see which ones built more prospects into your marketing list.
  • Read the list above and see which ones served to educate and/or motivate your downline.
  • Read the list above and see which ones helped you build your income system.
  • Read the list above and see which ones made you money.

Ready for the TMI Cure?

GREAT DECISION!!!

Here’s the cure to the TMI (Too Much Information) Disease

  1. Stop checking your email.

  2. Stop picking up the phone from unknown callers.

  3. Stop checking your Facebook/MySpace/YouTube account to once per day or less

  4. Stop doing things that don’t build your business.

  5. Set up an email just for your business (GMail.com recommended highly.  It’s free and powerful.)  Check it twice a day (or your preference… just not 24/7, ok?)

  6. Get your business infrastructure set up once and for all (Don’t know what that means?  See our recommended tools package
    (director level recommended for all.)

    • This will get your autoresponder set up: 
      Critical for successful marketing.

    • This will get your blog/website set up: 
      Critical for successful marketing

    • This will get your lead capture plan set up: 
      Critical for successful marketing

  7. Start filling your blog with helpful content with our team’s training and help

  8. Start inviting folks to your blog to get the help they need.  Watch your blog start getting more leads as it grows in popularity

  9. Start making money with your blog by getting your prospects to Know, Like and Trust you via your blog presence.

More detail on how your business structure integrates everything together can be found by getting my 7 Points To Success in Business report.

Enjoy our team support to take you to the top!

Questions?  Call, email or skype me, ok?

Fred Raley
Woodbridge, VA
703 203 4648 (my real, in-my-pocket cell phone)
FredRaley@GMail.com
Skype: FredRaley

p.s.  Did you get my free “7 Points to Success in Business” report?  Do so now.

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4 Comments to "TMI Disease affects online marketers – Cure enclosed below"

  1. August 2, 2010 - 7:28 am | Permalink

    Fred, you’ve really hit the target square in the bulls eye. If people have been looking for the keys to the kingdom, they should see you and have a serious interview. There really is TMI, but you’ve got it honed down to the essentials. I like the way you listed seven good ways to waste your time. I am wishing good luck to those smart enough to pursue what you offer. Golden for sure.

  2. August 3, 2010 - 10:24 pm | Permalink

    Good Stuff Fred, I have been guilty of #3 a lot of times.

    I also agree the most important thing a person needs to establish in their business is a solid web presence. I am looking forward to working with you.

  3. September 11, 2010 - 11:31 pm | Permalink

    Pretty funny disease! But you’re right Fred, so many people get overwhelmed, stressed and frustrated because they’re not following an effective strategy. You offer great tips to overcome this.

  4. October 4, 2010 - 5:16 pm | Permalink

    You hit the nail on the head with this one;) Too many “marketers” waste time and get lost in the sea of information OVERload. Your post provides as cure to all this IF people follow your tips. I’m right there with ya, thanks!

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