Each year a lot of people all over the Globe start their own Home Based Network Marketing Business, with the wish to reach financial and time freedom. The fact is that a lot of network marketers are not making any significant amount of money; they get frustrated and quit searching for a new and better opportunity (at least what they think they will until the next failure).
If you are starting a Network Marketing Home Business today or having problems making money in your business you are in for the moment, there is still hope and possibilities. I got in contact with my first Network Marketing Business four years ago. I then thought I found something really great and unique but it was hard to get it out on the market. Then one and a half year ago a stumbled into a new opportunity and found that even more great and unique, as many network marketers do.
This time I at least managed to market and got a down-line even if I didn't make much more money than covering my own expenses. But this was not that kind of money or result I was looking for in Network Marketing. I thought it must be better ways to do this business than the traditional way of chasing family and friends or mention your products to all people when you get a chance to do so.
I started to search for information online and read a lot about Attraction Marketing, I studied what Top-Earners do in this business and found out some very important keys for success. I started to implement what I learned and suddenly it changed and I was starting to be the sought after instead of chasing people to throw my opportunity at.
So what happened? I found and started to use 5 important factors that give me the possibility to exponentially grow my Network Marketing Business. 5 steps and strategies that anyone can do, use, and implement, it doesn't matter what former experience or what budget you have.
1. Choose the Right Business Opportunity
With the right business Opportunity you should be in an income earning position from the first day and not passing up any sales as part of qualification process. Find something you love to do, the right business should make you jump out of bed in the morning.
2. Find a Marketing System that works
Too many network marketing systems today are broken and inefficient. With an efficient marketing system and if you are working as you are instructed, you should be able to see significant result and money coming in within weeks or a few months and not waiting for years.
3. Choose the Right Mentor or Sponsor
Find a Mentor who shares your values and who you feel related to. This is the Key for a long relationship and you don't want to be sitting with the wrong person as your coach. Your Mentor needs to be interested in your success and helping you to reach your goals through coaching.
4. Educate yourself and Practice how to help others
People will join you because of one thing. They will join YOU if they think that you can help them to succeed. One of the most important skills to learn is how to master Attraction Marketing. By educating yourself and improve your skills including to practise them as you learn, YOU will change and so will your business.
5. Set up your Online Network Marketing Business and Work Globally
The possibilities with Network Marketing have never been greater and you have the possibility to reach millions of people from your home just by setting up the right tools working online. With the right training platform and back office you are on your way to go. When having your platform up and running you will be able to establish relationship with your prospects from anywhere in the world. You can share information and all the strategies that are used by the Top Producers in this industry.
With the right education where you also develop your way of thinking including a suitable easy to use platform and a mentor that is interested in your success you will be able to grow your business to a totally new level using the Power of Internet.
How to Authorize a Computer for iTunes Files and setup a Home Sharing Network.
Under Apple's User Agreement, you are allowed 5 devices to play your iTunes and App Store purchases. You you will have to type in your username and password to play many songs, audio books. To authorize a computer to play protected content, make sure you are connected to the internet. The first machine that is authorized is the computer you use to initially sign up for your Apple Account. To authorize another machine, follow these steps:
1) Open iTunes
2) Choose "Store"
3) Select "Authorize Computer"
Setting up Home Sharing Network
You can setup a Home Sharing network with iTunes. To do this install iTunes on the computer you want to set up.
1) Click the "Home Sharing" icon in the iTunes Source list. This is found on the left hand panel of iTunes. The home sharing icon looks like a small house. If the Home Sharing icon is missing, try turning on Home Sharing. Choose "Advanced," then select "Turn on Home Sharing." iTunes may ask you to authorize the computer for the iTunes Account. To do that follow the above instructions on authorizing Computers.
2) Click the "Create Home Share" button.
3) Repeat steps 1 and 2 for any other computer you want to share with on your home network. Remember you can share 5 maximum devices with per iTunes account. And your iPad counts as one computer!
Using the Home Sharing Network
After you have set up your home network with all the computers you want, everyone's iTunes library appears in everyone's Source list. Simply click the triangle next to the House icon for any library you want to check out. To stream a file, select it and click the Import button in the bottom right corner of the iTunes Window. You have the option to customize which files you automatically want to share. Click the "Settings" button to set up your file sharing customizations.
For a home sharing network make sure you iPad's Wireless settings are setup correctly. If you are having trouble, here are a few steps to make sure your iPad is networked correctly.
Turning on Wi-Fi card on your iPad:
1) Tap "Settings" on the Home Screen
2) Tap "Wi-Fi" on the Left Hand Screen.
3) Slide the Wi-Fi lever to "On" on the right hand screen. This should be the first option.
Choosing a Wi-Fi Network
When you are connected to a wireless network, the name of that network will be displayed to the right of the "Wi-Fi" button on the left hand panel of the Settings Screen. If you have not a chosen a Wi-Fi network, follow these steps:
1) Follow the steps above to go into the Wi-Fi Settings. Right below where you turned on the Wi-Fi, you will find a "Choose a Network box." Your iPad will display all the detected Wi-Fi networks. Press the name of your home network or any network you want to use. You may also manually add a Wi-Fi network by pressing the "other..." button.
2) Type in the network Password if you are using a secured connection.
Let's face facts. When it comes to starting a home based network marketing business on the web, your goal is straightforward: increase the amount of exposure your content receives, generate leads, and make money.
It doesn't get much more straightforward than that.
But here's a question: What if you could team up with dozens - or even hundreds - of like-minded home based network marketing pros to help push that kind of traffic to your respective sites, all through the power of social bookmarking?
Consider it a, You scratch my back, I'll scratch yours approach to getting back links and generating huge online exposure, only with the special benefit of automating the entire process so that all you have to do is write your content and then share and be shared.
If you're like most home based network marketing professionals who are in the know when it comes to generating leads, you'd probably jump at the chance.
The good news is, with the help of what's known in the industry as "tribe marketing," you can do just that.
Online tribes are unique community hubs where you as a home based network marketing owner can gather with other MLM pros with the one purpose of auto-syndicating a tribe member's content to your social media platforms (like Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
In return for the favor, your article is then auto-syndicated by every other member of the tribe, who then broadcast it to their network of social bookmarking services. And so it goes.
The result is a ton of backlinks that will help your home based network marketing articles (and that of those in your tribe) rank high in the search engines.
Pretty nice, yes?
The fantastic thing behind the tribe marketing concept is that it's all about group cooperation, where every tribe member is helping every other tribe member achieve a ton of backlinks which are the numero uno goal of home based network marketing.
When you use a tribe-based service, you set your account to automatically distribute the content of any member who's syndicating yours in return and never mess with it again.
In addition, visitors who come to your site through a backlink will never know that your article has been autosyndicated. All they'll see is that someone within their social network has given your home based network marketing site the virtual okay. That recommendation in and of itself is like getting an endorsement from the person who is referring you, which is fantastic when you're looking to position yourself as an expert, generate leads, and make commissions.
There are a handful of tribe-based services that offer a no-cost trial account to get you up and running, but they are pretty limited at the free level. If you're on a shoestring budget, by all means, take advantage of the freebie.
If not, might I make a recommendation?
Purchase a monthly subscription with a tribe-based service (which should cost less than $20 each month), set up your autosyndication relationships with other tribe members, and then turn the tribe loose on your article.
Then, reevaluate after eight weeks or so, and see if your site traffic (and sales) doesn't jump into overdrive - all thanks to your fellow members in the tribe.
Many people want to know how to set up a home computer network so that they can benefit from having one link for their computers, external storage devices, printers, gaming consoles, files, telephones and home entertainment systems that have wired or wireless networking capabilities.
The first stage is to decide on your network architecture, i.e. the network type: wired, wireless or mixed, the devices you would like include into your network and how they will be connected. Three main aspects to keep in mind are:
The network speed
The ease of cabling (for non-wireless devices)
The three most common network types are (1) Ethernet (wired connectivity using special cable), (2) Wireless Ethernet (Wi-Fi) or (3) Phone Line (HPNA). Also, there are networks that use a home electrical wiring for communication. Wireless (Wi-Fi) based network can operate in one of two radio bands - 2.4 or 5 Gigahertz or in both - 2.4 and 5 Gigahertz radio bands on dual-band wireless networks.
Ethernet Network Setup
If good speed is your main concern, then Ethernet is a good option. The standard Ethernet router's speed is 10/100 Mbps (Mega bits per second) and now you can find 1000 Mbps routers. It is also the least expensive of the network types. Once everything is connected, however, all three networks work the same.
Each home computer network that has more than two devices (computers and/or peripheral devices) consists of central device - a network router (wired and/or wireless) and a few network adapters - that connect network peripherals such as computers, printers, and storage devices to the network.
After choosing right type of network router, the next step is an adapter selection, of which Ethernet has three options - USB, PCI and PC Card. USB adapters plug straight into your computer or any peripheral device with USB port but the USB connection usually has a limit of 54 Mbps. PCI adapters (wired and wireless) less expensive and very fast but are inserted internally so you'll need to open the computer. PC Cards are for laptops.
After this come the cables for connections between the computers. Ethernet cables are of different CAT numbers which are an indication of quality. CAT5, CAT5e, CAT6 are of good quality. Connecting two computes will require a crossover cable. Connecting three or more computers requires an Ethernet Router, Switch or Hub.
Next, install the network drives and the network card that came with it on your PC, following the installation procedures instructions. When network drivers are properly installed the link lights for the nub and Ethernet cards come on. Link lights will not come on until everything is properly connected.
Determining the number of routers or hubs, cables and adapters you need depends on how many computers and peripheral devices you are linking up. Two computers will require a cross-over cable, two adaptors and one router, hub or switch (optional). Three or more computers require one router, hub or switch plus adapters and cables for each machine. Afterwards you must configure the network and this stage has four main elements and two levels.
4 Configuration Elements:
Network Adapter Driver
Microsoft Windows Client
Microsoft Windows File and Print sharing
2 Configuration Levels:
The first level of configuration is the protocol levels which refers to the language that computers use to 'talk' with each other. For basic home networks NetBEUI is a good protocol as it is fast, non-complicated and easy to configure.
The second level of configuration is in regards to how Windows 'talks' to other Windows during file and print sharing through the first protocol level. The second level has two parts: 'Client for Microsoft Windows' and the 'File and Printer' sharing for Windows.
After the Network's Setup
Once the configuration is complete then you move into troubleshooting. This means clicking on the "Network" folder in Windows Explorer to ensure you can see all the other computers on your network. If you get a "network inaccessible" message, try again after a minute or so as it takes a while the first time for the network to completely initialize the router and peripherals. If still it doesn't work, switch off the router or hub and reboot, then reboot computer, followed by the other computer and all other peripherals (if applicable).
Home network is a complicated technical system, thus it requires some kind of of home networking software for easy managing, troubleshooting and repairing of the network.
One of the new features in iOS 4.3 is Home Sharing. First introduced in iTunes 9, Home Sharing is designed to share music and files between different computers over a local network. Let's go over this new iOS feature and how it works on your iOS device.
Setting Up iTunes
The first step to take is to set up Home Sharing in iTunes on each computer that you want to share with. In order to do this, go into the Advanced menu, click Turn On Home Sharing, and enter your Apple ID and password. There is a limit as to what computers you can connect to through Home Sharing: they all have to use the same Apple ID.
Every copy of iTunes must be authorized in order to get Home Sharing working. If not previously authorized, it will happen automatically when you turn on Home Sharing. This means that you are restricted to the five-computer limit with your iTunes account.
After activating Home Sharing on all of your computers, they now have access to each other's libraries through iTunes. You also have the ability to copy files from each other's libraries by using the Import button.
iTunes 10.2 offers a cool feature to automatically wake Macs when you try to access their shared library. Open the Energy Saver system preference and check the Wake For Network Access option. Now, when you access a shared iTunes library, the sleeping Mac's files will still be visible and it will wake up if you try to access anything!
Setting Up iOS 4.3
In order to set this up on your iOS device, go to Settings -> iPod on your device. A new Home Sharing section is located here and requires you to enter your Apple ID and password.
The next step is to stream your files. In order to stream music to an iPhone 4, run the iPod app, lick on More, then on Shared. A list of shared libraries will be presented here on an iPad 2, open the iPod app, tap on Library, then choose which library to open from the pop up menu.
In order to stream movies from your iTunes library, this is also dependent on your device. iPhone 4 users will have both audio and video content listed in the shared libraries. iPad 2 users will have to launch the Videos app.
Home Sharing is a cool new feature in iOS 4.3. Having the ability to leave all of your songs and movies on your computer and accessing it remotely saves a lot of space and file redundancy (having multiple copies of the same file.) Large libraries may take a little while to load, but Apple should fix this in future updates.
One of the most important, yet under-implemented features of any home wireless network is security. Many people worry only about file sharing and network printing. But many people underestimate the need for security or simply do not understand it. Security is important because unlike conventional wired networks, wireless signals are transmitted across a broader spectrum and thus can be easily picked up.
With the ever growing threat of identity theft you want to take the steps necessary to secure your home wireless network. There are some minor threats and major threats to your personal information. On the minor side an intruder may easily connect to your unsecured wireless network and use it for free internet access. This is called piggybacking. These are minor threats to your privacy.
A major threat is a hacker who is looking to attack your network and hack into it and access your files and personal data. Once they have this they can easily start stealing your identity or selling it to someone who will.
Wireless security can easily be implemented by following a few guidelines. One of the most important features is MAC address filtering. Each computer has a unique MAC address. In your network configuration you enter the MAC addresses of your PCs and laptops. Any other computer that is not specified in your network will be blocked from accessing it.
Another important network security feature is disabling the broadcast of the SSID, or name of your network. It is best to refer to the manufacturer's documentation for specifics. Most of the required security features are built in the wireless router and this is the first point that needs to be secured. Many of the security settings are turned off by default. Make sure you turn them on for best security.
You can secure and manage your network yourself if you have the time or you can buy a home networking software package that does it for you automatically. There are some good programs out there for under $30 that will secure and repair your home network.
Knowing what you need helps you choose the correct devices to meet your needs in building your home computer network solution. This is due to the abundance of wireless devices available in the electronic stores you can purchase, easy to install devices even by non-technical person. Now, which solution is suitable to meet your need?
Know What You Need
Selecting which network devices suitable for your home, you should know what you need. As general, there are three types of home computer network solutions that meet your need. They are computer networks for:
Work and Play
High Performance Network
All the above types have the same networking concept but the performance of the router as the heart of the network is different. The higher the performance of your network you demand the more expensive. If the network you need is just for browsing, email, file sharing, then you don't need a more expensive high performance network.
Computer Network Solution for Work
The first scenario for your home network solution is for work to allow you share broadband internet connection, share the printer, email and other simple networking tasks with couple of computers in the same room. In this case, you just need a modem-router device for example DSL-2540 by D-Link (for DSL service) a router with built-in DSL modem which includes 4fast Ethernet ports.
In addition to providing the wireless access for your mobile devices, you may consider the all-in-one device such as the TEW-657BRM. This is an economical wireless modem-router, a 150Mbps wireless N ADSL modem router provides both Internet access and a high speed wireless N network.
For Cable broadband services, you may consider the new all-in-one Surfboard SBG6580. This is a wireless N DOCSIS 3.0 Cable modem gateway which includes 4xGigabit Ethernet port for high speed wired connection and high speed wireless N network.
The all-in-one devices include all the requirements to build a wireless network in home easily including the security, the DHCP server, wired and wireless access.
In your computer network solution, should you require sharing the printer you can share it in a traditional way by connecting the printer to the computer and configure it to be accessible by the computer clients across the network. But for easy solution, you can choose the wireless router which includes a USB port for hosting the printer such as TEW-634GRU by Trendnet or ASUS RT-N16 Wireless-N Gigabit Router. Both routers have built-in two USB ports for sharing a USB-printer and USB-storage at the same time.
Computer Network Solution for Work and Play
Should you require a wireless network in home for work and play, you can consider the router which supports high-speed both wired and wireless connection. The router must be powered by wireless N with dual band technology and supports the QoS feature such as Belkin F7D4302 Play wireless router or TEW-634GRU by Trendnet. Both routers are ideal for work and play including streaming video and include one USB port for hosting a printer or storage.
High Performance Network
Should you require a wireless network solution for fast-responsive online gaming and streaming High Definition Video as well as longer distance coverage, the network must be powered by high performance wireless router such as Linksys E-3000 or the new version E-4200 N750. Or you may also consider a DLNA compliant wireless router WNDR37AV. Those routers are designed for multimedia, high speed both wired and wireless connection. The routers support the gigabit Ethernet interfaces for both LAN and WAN ports. With the high performance network ready, the broadband internet services must be high-bandwidth as well.
If you have multiple home theater devices such as Xbox, Blu-Ray Players, HDTV, you can connect them to the wireless network by installing the multiport wireless bridge such as WLI-TX4-AG300N by Buffalo. The WLI-TX4-AG300N is powered by wireless N with dual band technology to allow you connect up to four Ethernet-ready devices to the internet.
The next computer network solution is using the Powerline adapters. When you have a multi-floor building, providing the wired or wireless access to the whole building can be difficult. Running the backbone cable for inter-floor connection can be a difficult task to do. The easy solution is to deploy Powerline adapters or Wireless router with built-in Powerline such as WNXR2000 N300 Wireless Router with built-In Powerline Av.
A home wireless network can be set up using wireless local area network (WLAN) devices. A wireless LAN has a wireless interface that enables wireless communication amongst the computers and peripheral devices that are a part of the LAN. A wireless LAN has limited range and is designed to be used only in a local environment such as a building, office complex or home. The main advantage is the flexibility and mobility provided by a wireless LAN.
A wireless home network can be installed easily by connecting a wireless router to the network. The router must be placed in a central location within the home. Computers which are placed close to the router, or in the same room as the router, receive better network speed. Most wireless routers support broadband modems while others support phone line connections. Each computer connected to the wireless LAN must have a wireless LAN card installed.
It is mandatory to name the wireless network and to ensure that all the computers on the WLAN share the same network name. Though a wireless router contains a built in access point, one may have to use a wireless access point if an existing Ethernet home network is extended. The access point must be cabled to the switch, hub or LAN router.
Unlike cellular networks with fixed frequencies, users in WLANs have to share frequencies, which sometimes lead to collisions. The choice of frequency depends on whether microwave, spread spectrum, or infrared communication is being used.
The primary WLAN standards include the IEEE-802.11 series and HiperLAN. The IEEE-802.11 (Wi-Fi) standard supports 1 Mbps data rate and several choices of physical medium such as spread spectrum and infrared. An additional feature of this standard is the battery conservation for inactive or idle wireless users. Faster 54 Mbit/s 802.11a (5 GHz) and 802.11g (2.4 GHz) standards are now available. New standards beyond the 802.11 specifications, such as 802.16(WiMAX), are currently being developed and offer several enhancements such as longer range and faster transfer speeds.
The HiperLAN standard can be used to support 23.5 Mbps channel rates. However, it allows use of only spread spectrum physical medium and is not very popular.