Discover Your MLM Business Target Market

Have your ever thought about your target market for your MLM Business or are you just blindly speaking to anyone and everyone?

A big problem in the MLM industry is it is full of a pile of mud slingers… slinging mud at anyone and everyone and hoping that one or two pieces will “Hit & Stick” or someone who will blow the business wide open for them.

You might as well play the lottery… Yes some people do win the lottery and some people do get lucky and land a big fish who builds the business for them…

However with the Mud slinging mentality, you have a better chance of finding a million dollars buried in your back yard…

Deep down everyone knows this… but what blows me a way is they continue to sling mud everywhere… with their fingers crossed…

“Oh please let this Mud land on a rock star and stick… please please please”

They hand magazines, DVD’s & Cd’s out to everyone and anyone… you might as well walk into the middle of a busy mall will a pile of your DVD’s and start throwing them at anyone walking by… because the results will be about the same.

What you need to do is get precise…

What you must do is learn how to market…

What you need to do is know exactly who your target market is for your MLM business…

Who are the people who will first be interested in what you have to offer…

Who are the people who will be receptive to what you have to offer…

And who are the people who will dig deep, go to work, never quit and make things happen?

These are the type of people you want to focus your recruiting activities on!

Very much like the example I use of building a football team…

If I were building a football team in the NFL and I needed new players…

Would I simply run an ad in the newspaper that says the following…

“Want To Make A Million Dollars A Year? Call Here”

Of course not!!

But as foolish as that sounds… that is exactly what Network Marketers are doing!

What I would do in the above example is start looking for and actively recruiting Football players past and present and even upcoming!

Once you exhaust your warm market you need to take this exact same approach with your MLM business…

Set up a system like I teach and that I use with my team…

A system that locates, sorts, qualifies and markets to Network Marketers past, present and up and coming.

People who are already sold on the dream of the MLM industry…

People who you do not have to convince that Network Marketing rocks…

People who know it is going to take effort…

People who already understand the importance of Personal Development…

Etc Etc Etc

Start focusing on your Target market for your MLM business you will start recruiting the right people into your business and great things will happen.

Until next time keep your head down and press on…

Detroit Auto Show: What to Expect in 2011

The Detroit Auto Show 2011 is in its 23rd year as an international event. In those 23 years the show has had, like anything else, good years and bad years and years in between. How will the 2011 version stack up — what can you expect? From Honda and Toyota to Audi and Chevy, the new number of new cars should not disappoint. Here are four examples of what we think might be among the most popular for show goers.

Toyota

Toyota has chosen the Detroit Auto Show to unveil a new entry into its Prius family, a 2012 wagon, said to be larger than the Prius available today. Expect plug-in hybrid technology and the latest lithium ion battery.

Honda

Honda will show a concept version of its next-generation Civic, expected to arrive in showrooms in the Spring. Word is the new Civic will be slightly sportier than today’s model, and about the same size.

Audi

One of the Detroit Auto Show’s most important debuts is the all-new Audi A6. Audi is hoping the new A6 really give its sales a boost. The A6 takes many styling ideas from its just introduced A8. When the A6 goes on sale this fall, just a 3.0-liter supercharged V6 will be available. Audi is said to be thinking about putting a diesel in the car.

Chevy

Chevrolet, still glowing from the popularity of its Chevy Volt, is expected to show the 2012 Sonic, the car that will replace its Aveo next year. The Sonic will come as a sedan and hatchback.

Those are just four automakers’ highlights at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. There will be many others. If you’d like to go, the show opens to the public Jan. 15 and runs to the 23rd.

Concept Cars and Cars to Come

Concept cars are prototypes of ideal cars. They are usually showcased for public exhibition. In the fiercely competitive world of car manufacturing, manufacturers are constantly designing and making special cars to show their ability to design and manufacture highly useful cars, built ahead of the times. As the name goes, such cars are purely conceptual in nature.

Why are concept cars conceptual?

Manufacturers of such cars do not go for mass production. This is because prototype cars are non-traditional and are made of very expensive materials or materials like paper or carbon fiber, mass production of which is not feasible. The designs and layouts of such cars are too fanciful to be implemented practically.

Purpose of designing concept cars:

Concept cars are made combining the best of modern technology with the highly effective and time-tested layouts of cars from the past. Reactions to such cars enable automobile companies feel the pulse of the market. The fanciness of the cars set the pace for future designs. Manufacturers come to know whether a car is acceptable or requires a few modifications before going to production. Cars which evince little interest are usually destroyed. Those which catch the imagination of the public are preserved as a strategy to expand the list of company patents.

Toyota Motor Corp. showcased 7 Toyota concept cars at the 39th Tokyo Motor Show. The cars unveiled by the company feature several groundbreaking and futuristic technologies. Among the concept cars showcased are the Fine-X and i-swing. While the former is a personal mobility vehicle the latter is a brand new fuel cell hybrid vehicle. The company has also showcased a prototype car, which has headlights that change intensity of light from dull to bright. The change in color reflects feeling of the driver, whether is happy, sad, or angry.

Among the 2009 concept cars Vision GLK Bluetec, the GLK compact crossover and Vision GLK Freeside are expected to be popular among the mass. Cheverolet will be launching the Chevrolet Camaro Convertile. Audi will introduce six new models in next three years. Audi Q7 SUV is the first of the six models. Audi r8 will make debut later this year. Other models are Audi A4, Audi A5, and Audi Q5. The last of the models which is shrouded in mystery is likely to be out after 2 years. To make its aging models come off age, Jaguar’s S type line-up is being replaced by Jaguar XF in 2009.