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PostSubject: Shouldn't we concentrate on the positive?   Sat Sep 22, 2007 4:19 am

I agree that scam sites destroy the idea of MLM and they should be ashame of themselves! I always beleive that negative brings more negative. We should concentrate on the positive and promote the positive things and stay as far away from the negative! There is so many positive things coming out of MLM, work from home business, etc. We should promote success stories more then scams! The scam artists are going to be there, but by educating people on what to look for and how to be successful hopefully they will avoid these people and their practices. Let me know what your thinking!


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PostSubject: It is good to be Positive   Sat Sep 22, 2007 8:10 pm

Hello Scott: I agree with you that we need to be positive. I do want
to take the time to acknowledge that there are times that negative comments
need to be made. A negative comment that does not point to an alternative
is a waste of time.

"If you think your grandparents were good you should consider what
people in other countries have to do".

I great statement that does not do anything other than knock what
the people that had to live through difficulty did. A waste of time,
If something was shared as to what more could of been done, at lease
when the speaker if faced with simular circumstanses they could be
expected to react differently.

Here we are on the Internet, and we are not willing to offer to others
the things we want offered to ourselves. I am looking for an advertising
medium that will get my message to potential buyers.

I am a marketer of a Computer Library Portal - It retails for $79.97 per
year (Rental fee). Each client can use their portal as often as they
desire during the 12 month rental period. THE company is seeking
marketing personnel, and have developed a great marketing device.
This device permits a marketer to earn enough money to pay for the
advertising without going broke.
"WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED IN ADDING $1,500 PER MONTH
to your income in a spare-time business?"
This is the question I ask 50 times a day. When someone says yes
I ask for an E-mail address.
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PostSubject: Re: Shouldn't we concentrate on the positive?   Sat Sep 22, 2007 8:48 pm

I read something a while ago. It's sort of related to this topic. Well he was advertising a product and he noticed the the sales went down considerably. Started to investigate and found a few bad reviews. So he deleted them and the sales have risen. In conclusion people have a soft spot for negative and like in the example above we can see that how hard it can effect sales and so on...
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