People everywhere are using the Internet to find the right people to do the things they want done. Many network marketers also use the Internet to find prospects.
This week, comScore, an Internet search research firm, released data showing that
“Two out of five local searchers (41 percent) were looking for information on a local service in their home area, including car rental office, dry cleaner or lawyer.”
And most significantly, they found that “performing a local search drives consumers to take action. During the second quarter of 2006, 47 percent of local searchers visited a local merchant as a result of their search behavior…
Translation: People are doing massively more local searches for local people and services than before, and doing business with them when the find one they like.
Many people are doing recruiting via the Internet. Some are trying to get customers through the Internet.
My question to you: Looking back to when you first got started in NM, would you at that time have been better off or worse off with a local sponsor?
Yes, I know that as a sponsor, you might not care where your new people might be. But this question is about whether you, when you first started, thnk you might have done better (or worse) with a local sponsor.
Remember when you FIRST got started?
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