At first glance, the title of this article might suggest that you are about to read awful things about Ann Sieg and her Renegade Network Marketer book. It may suggest that she’s harmed the MLM or network marketing industry by introducing the Renegade Network Marketer approach. You might even think that her infamous report, The 7 Great Lies of Network Marketing, is nothing but a publicity laden phrase.
Allow me to apologize in advance. Because you will find no such claims or misplaced attacks against Ann Sieg on this article. On the contrary, there is nothing but praise.
You see, when you spend more than six years working at the largest advertising agency in the world, you tend to pick up a thing or two about marketing. Incredibly, when it comes to marketing MLM, I am as dumb as a box of nails. And it wasn’t until I read about Ann Sieg that I had my big “a-ha” moment on why my network marketing businesses had failed in the past.
Having had fairly good success in my life, even at an early age, I’ve always known that passive income would be the eventual ticket to true financial liberation. And network marketing has always been the elusive vehicle I’ve always wanted to take for a nice, long ride.
However, like many others, my past results mirror that of the 96% – 97% of unfortunate distributors that don’t ever make it. Fortunately, after reading Ann Sieg’s free report, The 7 Great Lies of Network Marketing, and subsequently reading her book, The Renegade Network Marketer, I figured out how the few elite get into the 3% club. A group, by the way, that will now start to grow as other network marketers start to figure out strategies like the ones revealed in Ann’s book, The Renegade Network Marketer.
The shocking part of this discovery is that for about 4 years, I had the answers staring me right in the face. Working in the ad industry gives you a pretty good glimpse at what’s coming. And yet, having been “brainwashed” by traditional prospecting and antiquated marketing approaches, I never once thought of actually applying these alternate principles to my network marketing business. I really was dumber than a box of nails.
In hindsight, I wish I had been a little more experimental, even rebellious. In fact, the stuff Ann talks about should have been incredibly obvious. But I flat out didn’t see it. And had I not stumbled on her book, I would have totally missed the boat.
After reading The 7 Great Lies of Network Marketing, my brain juices started flowing immediately. I could barely sit still in one place, prancing around in complete agreement with the logic of everything I was reading. Everything was about to change!
Twenty five minutes later, I was done reading the entire report and I knew I wanted more. So off to the web I went and spent about a day researching anything I could on Ann Sieg.
After sorting through all the “hyped” reviews and discarding all the whiner critics who expected to make thousands in their first week, I’d seen enough. And surely enough, a day later I was highly rewarded after devouring her tell-all book, The Renegade Network Marketer.
While the information contained in her book was not particularly alien to me given my marketing background, it did serve an incredibly important purpose. It offered a detailed map on everything I was doing wrong with network marketing. But more importantly, it outlined how to use everything I did know about marketing and how to use it to finally turn network marketing into the passive-income-producing machine it was designed to be.
In a nutshell, you learn that by leveraging the greatest communication and marketing tool known to man – the internet – you can systematically harness a very powerful marketing tool to build and grow your network marketing business to exponential success. No get quick rich approach here. Just a steady, methodical approach that leverages free and inexpensive online marketing techniques that flat out work with a minuscule budget.
And speaking of budgets, by following this formula, you can self-fund the prospecting process entirely. Indeed, you learn to actually generate up-front revenue while you prospect. That means you effectively solve one of the biggest problems beginning and struggling network marketers face: running out of funds before they make a profit.
In the end, this approach virtually eliminates the need for cold-calling, hotel meetings, the dreaded 3-foot rule, books, tapes and the incessant harassing of friends and family. And suddenly the proven growth strategies that were only available to the big players in the past are now accessible to just about anyone with motive and desire.
Of course, it’s only fair to mention that Ann Sieg is not the first to come up with this marketing approach for MLM. And in fact, there are some other excellent and very detailed courses out there that delve deeper into more advanced strategies.
However, of all the products I researched, I felt Ann Sieg truly gives you an amazing value in a perfect bite-site portion so as not to overwhelm you. All for a price that is less than one-tenth the top-rated programs. And that, my friends, is quite hard to beat.
In the end, nothing will improve your chances of a higher ROI for your business than staying on the cutting edge. So continuing education is a must. And rest assured, you will end up investing more in advance education as you start to make progress. And you better do so. Because one way or the other, you will end up paying the price. Whether through proper courses or expensive mistakes.
So always remember that the more you invest in your education, the more profits you are likely to make. All you have to do is implement. After all, knowledge is nothing but “potential” power until actually put to use. And I could think of no better place to start than Ann Sieg’s excellent book, The Renegade Network Marketer.