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Is Mike Dillard A Scam?

By Howie Perks

Mike Dillard is a name that you may see all over the internet when it comes to MLM and internet marketing. To a new person coming onto the internet for the first time you may wonder if this guy is the real deal. If this is you, than we are a lot alike because when I first started internet marketing I was skeptical about Mike and his “Attraction Marketing” formula.

Trying many different programs to build my MLM online throughout the past several years I usually failed to find a marketing program that actually taught me what worked. I finally decided to buy one of Mike’s programs. Since this guy was all over the internet I was determined to find out what he was all about.

The first program I bought was called “Building on a Budget”. To tell you the truth, right after I bought it I said to myself “I can’t believe I just bought this” figuring this program was going to be much of the same garbage that I had found online in the past.

To my delight, it was packed with so much valuable content. I bought his next program “Magnetic Sponsoring” right away and found it was loaded with more of the same great practical information. I was blown away because I was so used to seeing content filled with so much “hyped up fluff”! Finally, I started to understand the actual principles behind this “Attraction Marketing” stuff.

Mike’s training system has helped lay the ground work for my approach to building my network marketing business. His “Attraction Marketing” principles are right on target and are the fundamental principles that every network marketer needs to grasp in order to have true success.

Before running across Mike and his teachings I was making every mistake that a network marketer could make. Leading with my product, begging people to join my business and not realizing I was talking so much I wasn’t allowing myself to hear what my prospects actually wanted. “Magnetic Sponsoring” has helped me understand how attraction marketing works and in my opinion is a MUST READ for any network marketer looking to build a successful business.

Since finding Mike Dillard I have realized the power of VALUE based marketing and building industry relationships before asking someone to buy. Mike has provided me with the fundamentals necessary for success in the MLM industry and I highly recommend him and his products!

For more information about Mike Dillard and other MLM Internet Marketing Gurus visit Howie Perks’s website by clicking the links provided.

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Perks, Howie "Is Mike Dillard A Scam?." Is Mike Dillard A Scam?. 26 Jun. 2010. uberarticles.com. 30 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/mlm/is-mike-dillard-a-scam/>.

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Perks, H (2010, June 26). Is Mike Dillard A Scam?. Retrieved September 30, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/business/mlm/is-mike-dillard-a-scam/

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