Here are some Twitter marketing strategies taken from some recent training. It's organized in a learn/apply format - learn the point in the "learn" column and an example of applying what you have learned is in the "apply" column. I bet you'll find this quite valuable. In fact, if you're not marketing your business on Twitter yet, take advantage of these Twitter marketing strategies and get started today!

Doug Southworth, my teammate, recently joined my team and was inspired by Jordan Adler's book, Beach Money: After reading Beach Money by Jordan Adler for the first time, I felt truly inspired - all over again - by Network Marketing. You see, through Beach Money, Jordan Adler offers advice about Network Marketing, especially directed toward the newbie. Adler walks the reader through his early years in network marketing. Initially, he had very little and proceeded through the painful process of learning how to achieve MLM success. That journey included working with over ten different network marketing companies, realizing failure after failure. It wasn't until he joined his twelfth network marketing company that things changed...for the better.

I was fortunate enough to get Craig Duswalt to join me in an interview recently and, let me tell you, you're not going to believe how amazing this guy is! I am introduced by Seth Lefferts, the call gets under way about 4 1/2 minutes into the recording (fast-forward if you like). You are absolutely going to love this guy's energy, knowledge, rock 'n roll stories, and so on! Do you want to reach RockStar status in your industry? Don't wait - listen to this call right here, right now. Craig and I share a bunch of marketing tips that you can use today! Then continue reading, if you really want to be "in the know"!

Looking for examples of marketing strategies? You've come to the right place. We'll get into a number of marketing strategies that prove to be quite effective but, from a marketing <em>strategy</em> perspective, have a tendency to be lost on network marketers. You see, in my experience, network marketers have a tendency to be far better <em>networkers</em> than they are <em>marketers</em>. Does that make sense? Is this effective? It depends. Here's how to close the gap.