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Anyone Interested In A Little Marketing Mentoring?Views: 1224
Jun 26, 2006 3:55 amAnyone Interested In A Little Marketing Mentoring?#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

Is anyone here interested in a little marketing mentoring? Here is why I think it would be a good idea - especially where power networking is concerned:

A. Promotes Cost-Effective Growth

Power networking - merging the power of the personal referral with technology - is one of the most cost-effective forms of marketing today. While practically every business owner knows how important the personal referral is, very few know how to develop it, effectively. CDMM knows how to spread the power of the personal referral through technological innovation and targeted high-profile niche marketing.

B. Provides Marketing Advantages

- Easier closing
- Fewer objections
- Stronger sense of loyalty
- Higher sense of trust

C. Gives People What They Want

People want referrals! While good customer service helps reduce negative word-of-mouth, it contributes little toward the increase in personal referrals. If you want personal referrals to build your business, you must be proactive. You must have a plan designed to bring them to your business. If you do not have a marketing program designed to grow a personal referral network, contact CDMM and request the free Power Networking PDF.

Lamar Morgan
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