MLM Traffic Formula 2.0 is an all-in-one traffic course that is specifically geared toward network marketers. If you’ve been debating getting this course, then take your time and do your research before you buy.
So, you’re finally ready to learn Internet network marketing. Now here is a big decision: where are you going to learn it from?
Let’s talk about two of the most comprehensive courses on the market that is targeted for network marketers: MLM Traffic Formula by Mike Dillard and Renegade Breakthrough by Ann Sieg and Mike Klingler.
The word “Renegade” has been used a lot in various products on the ‘net. Let me make it clearer for you. The Renegade Network Marketer system is Ann Sieg’s marketing system. Renegade University and Renegade Professional is or actually was Mike Klingler’s Internet marketing training site. Which at this writing he has sold.
Renegade Breakthough is not an online ongoing subscription training like Renegade University and Renegade Professional. Neither is MLM Traffic Formula.
So if you’re considering Traffic Formula (or Renegade Breakthrough)…here are a few of the main points of each one.
The Pros of MLM Traffic Formula and Renegade Breakthrough:
- You don’t have to worry about subscribing to a monthly subscription
- You can go through the course at your leisure and not worry about ongoing subscription costs
- Teach you thoroughly the concepts of Internet marketing as it relates to network marketing
How The Courses Differ
MLM Traffic Formula 2.0
Having bought the orginal course, MLM Traffic Formula, I can tell you it was very general in nature, although the section on Adwords was pretty good.
I didn’t get any a-ha moments, but then again I bought the course after I learned how to market.
The updated version is focusing more on web 2.0, which is where Internet marketing is going. Mike does seem like he’s gone in a whole new direction with this version of MLM Traffic Formula. Check his Free video when you go to the page.
Renegade Breakthrough is more of a mentoring program and from the contents of what’s covered (see below), it’s more in-depth. From how to do JV’s to leadership training and everything else in betwen. You do get assignments and is set up like a group training of sorts. The cost of the program is considerably more higher because it covers more.
Here’s just a sampling on what it covers:
- Networking, Alliance, Partnering and JV’s
- Outsourcing & Building an All-Star Marketing Team
- Market Research: Finding & Creating A Hungry Mob
- Creating Content: Building Your Own Fort Knox
- Copywriting: Words That Sell
So, I guess the question really is how do you intend to learn how to do Internet marketing? As more and more network marketers get more savvy on the Internet, the more competitive it will be for you to generate leads.
If you plan to be an internet network marketer you do have to be at the top of your “game.” Period. It’s not a question of if you should learn Internet marketing, but a question of when.
Whichever you decide, make sure you stay committed…and follow it through.