Rodan and Fields
Thirty One Gifts
South Hill Designs
Global Wealth Trade
Close To My Heart
Stella & Dot
I was checking out your website and wanted to know if you were interested in providing our fresh optin realtime leads to your clients as a bonus. Please let me know if you would like further details.
Joseph A Bisconti
Deal Direct LLC
Instead of deleting this comment, I will answer it and use it as an example of what NOT TO DO: if you ever hope of doing any business with someone.
Here’s why I don’t like this: 1.) The person is disrespectful of people and other’s space. He is dumping his sales pitch as a “comment” and he calls it his “contribution” to the topic. 2.) He is too lazy of a marketer to do the real work of prospecting to the RIGHT people. His marketing ideas: spam as many as you can. 3.) The irony, his business is providing “leads”, yet he can’t get the right leads himself.
I’m glad that you used his comment as an opportunity to call him out, as reading it made me cringe.
It wouldn’t have been too difficult to address you by your name at the very least, as it says right at the top that post was written “by Imie”. Clearly someone who is only after clicks and not building relationships.
Thank you Jenn,
It’s not my nature or usual business practice to call out on someone (sometimes it’s not necessary), but I’ve been getting a bunch of these types that I got fed up 🙂
When a person spam, that person is RUINING his reputation.
People buy and people do business with those who they know, like and trust.
PS. Love those jamberry nails!
I completely agree Imie! I am not typically one to do so myself but thought that this was an appropriate place for you to use the comment as an example. Perhaps that would have been a kinder way to put it.
I’ve joined a lot of direct sales networking groups recently in hopes of making connections and building friendships with others who are also working from home to build their dream. But it seems that every time I log in (I am referring to Facebook groups specifically here), the wall is just covered in spam and recruiting posts. It doesn’t make for an enjoyable experience!
By the way, if you are the non-pushy type (which you seem to be:) check out my free training that I just released early this week.
I think it’s uber cool myself 🙂 Here’s the link: http://nopressuresalescourse.com/free-training-sales-cure/
Remote Stylist is seeking Stylists …we don’t qualify for the top 2015 direct sales company because we’ve just opened our Stylist program (we’re new!). You don’t have to have a design background rather a good eye and understand the nuisance of furnishing a home (which is inherently learned after about your 4th move!). We look forward to being on the 2016 list 🙂
Thank you for showing us an example of what not to do Imie. I’m really enjoying the site and all of the training you provide here on Ishopathome.ca
I’m sure Monat will be up there on the list next year. It is amazing how much this industry has grown since the old days of Avon, Marykay and Tupperware!
I think so! Sounds like an excellent product and now that it’s available in Canada, I am sure it will go far and wide.