Yesterday I attended a seminar on Internet marketing, taught by Francisco Segura and Roberto closed, both experts in the field who was about the five deadly sins committed companies to enter into Internet one of these sins is entitled precisely I, me, and then I and it caught my attention. Although the seminar was more oriented toward SMEs than private, much of what was there said we can move to any business of Network Marketing that we carry the part I, me and then I is an error committing the majority of the companies and also many times we the Networkers, finally and after both seek the same: Sell what there explained, is that there are only two reasons why someone buys a product or service: to meet a need to satisfy a desire in our case, Network Marketing, we will stay only with the first, because the majority of people seeking a business on the Internet what they want is to win money, therefore they need to meet a need. But, How come us to these people? We usually have our own pages websites or pages that give us the business in which we are, people find them in different ways, and they end up on our website, and from there, what happens? BECAUSE that have less than 15 seconds to attract the attention of that person if in a maximum of 15 seconds we have not attracted to that person probably will return to a search engine and go to another page. So how can I do that that person would be left on my page? Showing him quickly that we can meet your need, in this case, earning money by INTERNET seems very easy, right? Because the most we were wrong to make our websites or use that us gives the company, and here comes the Sin I, me and then I. The majority of pages that we do or that give us talk a lot about the company, products or services that you offer, about quines are and finally on the plan profits. WE HAVE ATTRACTED VISITORS WITH THIS? GENERALLY NOT, AND WHY? Because if the visitor enters with a need (money) the first thing you should see is as we offer you to earn money! Ponder this..

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