3 Powerful Strategies For Recruiting On A Shoe String Budget

I get asked all the time what’s the best

targeted traffic

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way to generate leads and recruit people
into my business on a shoestring budget,
so today we’re going to review the three
most powerful ways to do just that.

1. Funded Proposal:

The best way to increase your
probability of success in your business
is to turn your little budget into a
much larger one while generating leads
and a profit in the process.

If you don’t have much money to promote
your business then the first thing you
should think about is how to make your
budget larger, not how to get by solely
on free traffic.


Free traffic is great, but to win in the
end you want to have the ability to
generate traffic from as many different
places as possible and well, most high
yield advertising does cost money, so
it’s a reality – to understand and
overcome, not try to maneuver around.

A funded proposal gives you the
opportunity to generate leads and have
those leads pay for themselves through
the sale of the products in your
marketing system.

So, the most important strategy is to
think about how you can afford to pay
more for advertising instead of trying
to do everything free, and using a
funded proposal system is by far the
most powerful way to do this.

2. Article Marketing:

After returning from an extremely
informative seminar this weekend the
power of article marketing has been
reinforced in my mind in a big way.

I personally have written some 720 plus
articles that has lead to over 30,000
references to my name in Google.

That’s powerful.

This past weekend I listened to the
strategies of an article marketing
specialist and this method alone has
yielded him over $12,000 a month all via
free traffic.

If those two things aren’t proof enough
that article marketing is powerful then
I don’t know what is.

It’s free, it’s viral, and produces some
of the highest converting leads of all
traffic sources I’ve tracked, so I
suggest you use this strategy and use it
in a big way.

An article a day keeps the J.O.B. away!

3. Blogging:

This one may surprise you, but blogging
is not only a powerful tool to use in
your prospecting efforts, but it’s a
highly targeted free traffic generator
as well.

In fact, I was extremely surprised to
see that one of my blogs that I use
solely for prospecting and as a meeting
place for my team after checking my
server stats to this day generates over
10,000 unique visitors a month and all I
do is write stuff and add it to the

Don’t expect blogging to bring you big
traffic today or tomorrow, but six
months down the line when you have over
100 post or so on your blog, mark my
words, the search engines are going to
be sending you some significant traffic
just for you having put that content out

That’s proof enough for me.

So that’s it.

The last thing to say is this, don’t
think about using just one of these
methods use them all together and you’ll
soon not only have high quality targeted
free traffic and leads coming your way,
but you’ll find you have an ever growing
marketing budget to go along with it.

Watch this, it’ll show you the only
thing you’ll need to get started:

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