Message Magic Enhances Skype


Message Magic Enhances Skype

Word is out about the upcoming launch of GVO Conference in 5 languages and it has caused us all to start thinking about effective ways to make new contacts in other countries using social networking.

Message Magic is a program that works with Skype to find contacts based on specific search criteria that the subscriber enters.   I’ve been a member since it came out and it wasn’t until recently that I started really using Message Magic.

Thanks to my online partners, Deb Lane and Stephanie Remers for bringing these critical points to the forefront.  The fact that one can source out individuals in other countries is critical to a successful launch of GVO Conference which is launching soon in 5 languages!  Russian, German, Spanish, French and of course, English.

Message Magic is fairly easy to use and you will find detailed step by step instructions both in print and video inside the members area.

One of the first things discussed in the written instructions is the importance of starting out organized!   What a concept, eh?   It is suggested that before you even begin to use this product, if you are a current Skype user, to make sure all your existing contacts are categorized, like friends, family, people who are in your specific programs, etc.

Deb and Steph pointed out something that really stands out about this tool and that is the auto translate feature. Imagine typing a message in your language, then with a simple click of your mouse, your message goes out to your contacts in THEIR language!

We sure see this being a huge benefit to enhance our ability to promote the new GVO Conference in other countries.

Please take the time allotted to watch this great video demonstration that shows Message Magic in action, you’ll see how simple it really is to use and how effective it can be for your marketng.

Great video eh?

Message Magic Offers a 7 day trial

There is a free 7 day trial with an offer to remain free (limited use) or you can upgrade to take advantage of Message Magic’s Features.   As a free trial member, you will be limited to maximum 100 results on your searches.   If you are on a limited budget, you can still use this system to build your contact list with targeted prospects.

Now … before you go on and get all excited about adding new contacts, I need to pass on a strong word of caution to everyone.

Message Magic is NOT, and I repeat NOT, a license to spam. There are right ways and wrong ways to market yourself or your business.  Message Magic has explicit instructions on how not to spam.

Remember, the purpose of you making contacts is to build your list, right?   Spamming is the quickest way to destroy everything you’ve been working so hard to accomplish.  If you don’t know what spam is … STOP EVERYTHING and contact me so we can discuss what is and is not spam.

Follow the steps in the instructions and you will do fine :-)

I recommend that you check out Message Magic and see for yourself if it’s a tool that you should have in your arsenal.  Free is always good and I recommend the upgrade if you want to use it to it’s fullest potential.

Sign up and upgrade here:

http://www.messagemagic.net/affiliate/users/register.php?ref=927

One more important item is that you can also earn a commissions from Message Magic with their highly lucrative compensation plan.  Focus on building your list and using the tool, then you can learn to pass on the info to people YOU meet.

Add ME to Skype and let’s talk about using Message Magic to build YOUR list to a new level.

Janet Legere
Internet Training Expert

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