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Title: Greetings from the UK
Post by: R Rodwell on May 26, 2005, 12:49:41 PM
I am from the UK. I am a long way from you people over there.
Is there anyone from the UK i can contact regarding GDI. I feel really isolated over here.
It is difficult to contact people by phone as the time difference is really big.
Does anyone know how to get UK leads apart from flyers and business cards.

I know I know too many questions.

Regards Ron Rodwell.


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: ThomasBaxter on May 26, 2005, 03:55:18 PM
Hey Rod, Edinburgh-ite here.

I'm promoting mainly to US leads, you know what the Brits are like...  :D

tom


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: R Rodwell on May 27, 2005, 12:03:43 AM
Hi Tom.
yes I know what the Brits a like.
a good opp could bite them in the **s and they would'nt know it.
gdi rocks.

Ron


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: ThomasBaxter on May 27, 2005, 02:33:06 AM
Yeah, a very sceptical and stubborn bunch. Suppose we love 'em really :-)

tom


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: S_Livingston on May 27, 2005, 05:01:01 AM
Hi

Scott from hull UK here, as you have found its better to promote in the US.

 :P


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: R Rodwell on May 27, 2005, 09:37:43 AM
Hi Scott.
Thanks for the reply.
I am up in the North East, Middlesbrough. Not far from you.

Regards Ron


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: SMorton on May 27, 2005, 11:02:24 AM
Hi,

Sandra here - originally from the Northeast  but now living near Reading, Berkshire by way of Canada, Japan and France.

Yes, the UK is a difficult nut to crack - hopefully we won't end up earning peanuts!  I'm going to primarily market the product rather than the opportuinity, and see how that goes. I'm planning to set up a webste to do this  - it'll be a case of "If I can do this, you can too".  I think the "in-your-face" recruiting site instantly scares Brits away. I've found that anything to do with network marketing immediately brings the shutters down.

I do believe the time is right for this (even in the UK), we just have to keep plugging away - there are so many differect niches to market the GDI package to.  I suspect we'll do much better offline  than by using UK leads online (if there are any).

Good luck to us all  ;D


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: R Rodwell on May 28, 2005, 02:14:03 PM
Hi Sandra.
I tend to agree with you there. I am currently getting some GB freindly flyers made.
I am hoping to get a toll free GB 0800 number so our leads can phone the opp here. If anyone from the top is reading this!!! can you help with this. ???
I am also going to try the local rags to see if I can drum anything up there.
Hopefully we will succeed.

Regards Ron


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Liz T on May 28, 2005, 04:33:17 PM
Hi  Everyone :)     I am from Falkirk in Scotland.  A big HELLO to everyone in the UK!    I was really amazed by the GDI movie and thought to myself Wow! this looks really professional I want to be part of this! 

                                                    Good Luck and Every Success to You.
                                                                                                              Liz



Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: R Rodwell on May 29, 2005, 03:45:49 AM
Hi Liz. :D  Nice to hear from you and welcome to GDI>
wishing you much success.

Ron


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: KevinMoore on May 31, 2005, 02:21:51 PM
Hi i am from nottingham and also market mainly to the u.s. market which is a shame as i recon the uk is wide open
I have had little success with obtaining any uk leads and those on offer are at crazy prices
I have batled against the time difference and built my down line to 98 despite it.
I too would be interested in any tips or advice on marketing this great opportunity to our home market


Kev


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: S_Livingston on June 01, 2005, 02:45:08 AM
98 - not bad, I am at the break even 10 point, although only been really marketing it within the last week, what source of leads do you use?

Best wishes all, Scott


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Stephen Allen on June 02, 2005, 03:40:36 AM
Hi, I have just joined and am starting to feel my feet.I am based in Surrey. Rod if you still want a UK 0800 no. send me an email off of the forum, I will tell where to get a cheap reliable deal.

Good Luck


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: David Malley on June 03, 2005, 10:48:19 AM
Hi Rod,
         This is Dave Malley from near Heathrow Airport.I`m a Senior Citizen trying to use the "Net" to boost my income, and I have to say that GDI is the best thing since sliced bread.
         You`ll find the UK Market hard to crack---whenever I try to promote it to the Brits, I mostly get back:
IT`S A SCAM----------IT`S A SCAM
 
          However---Persistence will pay in the long run. I suggest you concentrate on getting say 10 sign ups in the USA first,then see if you can find any reasonable lead sources in the UK.
         Lead prices in the UK are at silly costs at the moment because  the companies that are "sourcing" them are having to pay out so much to get them.
         I wish you succes in all you do and although I`m not allowed to promote my own website from here--------I think I can point you to the "Showcase your Website" Forum "

        Best of luck to you---------Dave Malley----------(rainmanuk)
       


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Paul Watts on June 04, 2005, 03:49:36 AM
Hi all you Brits!

I'm from Shropshire and I can tell you that there are UK folk out there who see the potential. I've proved it - with around 200 in my team so far 99% of them are from the UK. You may have seen my name at Number TWO on the LeaderBoard recently?

How did I do it?

By Direct Mail.

Sending a simple A4 flyer out to postcode addresses.

Don't give up - we're a bit slow over here when it comes to Network Marketing but you just have to target the right people.

Regards

Paul E. Watts


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Andrew Stark on June 05, 2005, 02:55:17 AM
Hi all

I'm beginning to see that direct mailing does work best in the UK, how do you go about doing it?

Also I look forward to seeing Thomas on the leaderboard, the same way you are on VWD


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: S_Livingston on June 06, 2005, 08:50:23 AM
Hi Paul and everyone else from UK

Just wondered, did you mail the flyers personnally or find addresses in phone book etc

CHEERS  :P


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Andrew Stark on June 09, 2005, 10:05:55 AM
Hi

I'm in the UK and would llike to know more about ways to do direct offline mailing, and the costs involved.


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Chris Buckley on June 10, 2005, 02:23:31 AM
Hi all

I am from Essex I am excited about this opportunity we just need to share as much information with each other to build our downline fast which means massive activity

I have been involved in MLM before & generating leads can be expensive yes but there are ways to generate leads one tool to use is your car,van etc get it sign written you must of seen when driving around all those cars with thier stickers on EARN EXTRA INCONE,
the only cost to advertise in getting the lettering roughly between £35 & £70 get estimates. Free Advertising it works

That's  what I will be doing most car spares shops sell lettering kits or they will even cut your wording for you this has got to be done as there are  thousand's of vehicle on the road like these, Remember to make sure you put on the bottom of lettering
No Catalogues / No PiLLs this also goes for your flyer's you must do this as you could increase the leads & hits to your .WS
It does not matter what car you have old or new you will get people asking you whats that about ideal time to turn that person into a lead get there email address give them a card,

We don't get wet when it rains with this opportunity,

Lets see all of us on that leader board if we keep sharing what is working for us will all be up there

all the best to you all

Chris




Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: VicB on June 13, 2005, 02:44:03 PM
Hi to you all I am from the UK, just a few miles from Gatwick Airport,
I have tryed many programes , but its hard to get Brits interested

But keep trying
best of luck to all in the uk

Vic Bowden


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: R Rodwell on July 01, 2005, 01:26:18 PM
I don't know if its just me or has any one else noticed that no one from the leader board ever posts in the forum.
Do they want to keep it all for them selves or are they going to share ideas.
anyone from the uk on the leaderboard???


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Charles Monaghan on July 02, 2005, 10:49:34 AM
Hello Ron

My name is Charles Monaghan from Lancs in UK. I have just recently joined and am using A4 flyers by post. In addition I am just inviting everyone with whom I come into contact to have a look at the movie.

I also think it would really help if the USA conference call had a duplicate at a sensible UK time or at least a recording of the USA one available.

Be persistent and you'll get there.

Best wishes

Charles


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: John Phillips on July 05, 2005, 06:55:25 AM
Hi all!

I'm John from Droitwich Spa in Worcestershire - if you've never heard of the place, well...that doesn't surprise me! It's the home of Rik Mayall, however, and he mentioned this isolated town once in Black Adder!

Anyway, I've been with GDI for 3 weeks now and, in all truth, I have done very little with it so far, but reading here at the forum has inspired me to get promoting! I'll definately not restrict my promotions to Droitwich alone! I am thinking of purchasing GDI's own leads (50) - would this be a good idea early on? I am already distributing the movie clip locally.

I wish sincere good luck to everyone, British or otherwise!  ;)



Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: DaudaS on July 13, 2005, 05:52:13 AM
Hi I'm  new too.  Been here 3 days. 

I have just asked a question re UK promotions as all promotions seems to be in Dollars.  I'm feeling isolated too. 

I hope I get some answers soon.


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Nigel P on July 20, 2005, 09:01:27 AM
Hi, and yes I am in the UK and gradually beginning to do ok now, still a bit of a trial and error with the advertising i.e. what works one week will not always give the same results a week later, but I always follow up with questions like what did they think of it, or what is preventing them from signing up etc, and this persistance seem to be working.

I am working up in West yorkshire at the moment near Bronte Country for those who know it.

 :)Good luck to all
Nigel /aka moneyweb


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: StuartReid on July 20, 2005, 11:23:56 AM
Hey All

I'm in the UK too. S.Wales

I've heard this mentioned here but anyone have success with UK direct mailing?

And anyone have good links for ALL kinds of offline promotion, good classified ads places etc?

AND... anyone have a good flyer or biz/card design i can borrow (i.e. copy) :-)

Seems a good way to work this is get a bunch of cards and leave them EVERYWHERE.

Perhaps at some point all us UK people can club together with a URL Rotator and pool our efforts. Split the cost. We can get serious then lol.

Anyway, nice to know you're all here.

-Stuart


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: R Rodwell on July 24, 2005, 10:53:43 AM
WoW We'll be opening our own talk site next.
Awsome this is'nt it.
Lets keep it going and get more ideas in.

Ron.


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Caroline Kent on August 01, 2005, 08:34:08 AM
Hi All,
Caroline here from Suffolk.  I was about to give up with GDI but my upline convinced me it's a really good long term business.  I think I will look into some flyers and plant myself near a computer store to dish them out? It's how to pitch it to the (rightly) sceptical Brits that's the problem.

Perhaps all us Brits should pool our ideas and come up with a UK strategy?

All the best to you!
Caroline


Title: Introduction From London
Post by: MonicaAraujo on August 27, 2005, 04:59:19 PM
Hi everyone!

My name is Monica an I have just started!! Any tips or comments would be much appreciated..

I live in London and am trying to juggle GDI with motherhood and a full time job... My aim is to hopefully have GDI as a main source of income.

Thank you!!  ;D

Monica


Title: Re: Introduction From London
Post by: MarkT on August 27, 2005, 08:55:52 PM
Welcome Monica.  GDI is a great business opportunity.  My advice would be to stay positive about the business and let everyone you know in on this great business opportunity.

Good Luck.  I hope we are all very successful.


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Amy Derby on August 31, 2005, 06:11:08 AM
Hello Ron,
Welcome.
I'm in the US for the moment but usually am in the UK (South Hampton, specifically) approx. 3-6 months per year.
I currently promote internationally via message boards, online discussion groups, etc.  I find these type of postings and communicating via email preferable than telephone, regardless of my prospects' locations.  I actually even email my neighbor sometimes.  ::)
I know the UK is a seven hour time difference from where I live in the US, and I have been communicating with some folks in China and India.  I have found that email is the way to go.  No need to worry about waking someone up at midnight this way!!  8)
Good luck to you.
Hope to see you around here. :)


Title: Greetings from the UK
Post by: HeatherBarnett on September 01, 2005, 10:16:25 AM
Hi,

I joined ws several months ago and have'nt had much sucess, I have had about 6 people sign up below me and all but one have cancelled.
I have a link on the signature of my email and also a link on Ebay as I am a seller on there.
Lots of the info referred to is dealing with Flyers etc, which are more Americanised, we don't tend to do that in the UK.
Does anyone have any good advise to get this thing started, I confess I am close to quitting but I am sure this thing could be great if only I could get some signings.
Thanks for any help,

H :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Marie_F on September 01, 2005, 03:42:09 PM
Hi Heather,
                 I am  British , but have lived in the US for 6 years now. The brits do seem to be a bit sceptical and scared of being ripped off.  I have Emailed some people in UK but they don't get it. Straight away they say " sounds like one of those pyramid scams "   Grunt, grunt..thats the Brits for you!!  LOL

                I am concentrating more now on the US market . You probably need to market more aggressively than just a link on your E mail sig & Ebay. There is no reason why you should not advertise online in the US to try and get sign ups from here.

               As for flyers, if you write something up on wordpad, print it and have it photocopied, you've got yourself a flyer!!  they can be made in different sizes, and left all over the place, waiting rooms, reception areas, salons, etc. There is a thread with a list of places that you can leave them , if you do a search.

                 You just need to keep the faith, look at it as a long term  commitment, and step up your marketing plan

                          the very best of luck.....Marie   


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Tim Wood on September 01, 2005, 03:42:09 PM
Hi everybody, I'm Tim Wood from Portsmouth UK.

Nice one Ron for starting this discussion. Please keep us updated on those UK flyers you mentioned.

I like many in here am feeling very isolated and unsure of how to effectively get this off the ground.

I have sent a message to customer support requesting an 0800 recorded message and they say
they are considering it. Please ALL OF YOU do the same. If enough of us pipe up they should take
notice... right?

I really hope we can all pull together and get GDI out to the British public. It's an awesome oppertunity!
Why are Brits so stuck up about network marketing though?  Makes me>:(

If anyone has any real breakthroughs please share! Post here, post here and then post here again. Ron
has got something great started here... lets keep the ideas flowing!

Wishing you all the very best,

Tim Wood


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: LindaDouglas on September 01, 2005, 03:42:09 PM
 :-\Hi
Im a newbie too.  Just joined 20 minutes ago and have spent the last 10 messing about with my profile ??? Yeah sounds like a real winner just need to know the uk market and its a case of if Mrs Jones is doing it then Im gonna do it.  Word of mouth is hopefully gonna help.  But yeah also feeling a bit isolated not many scottish lassies on here eh :-[  Well suppose thats up to us now eh ::) Any ideas on uk mailing lists I know you can buy them but do you think they're any good?  MMMMnnnnn suppose just to get a start in the UK it may be worthwhile. 


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JNapier on September 05, 2005, 05:17:00 PM
I send a very BIG WELCOME to all members from UK.  There seems to be a lot of you introducing yourself here.  Great!! I hope more members will follow suit.  It is a pleasure having each of you join us in the forum.

Wishing you much success!
All my best,
Norma  :o


Title: New member from the UK
Post by: Colin Gerrish on September 07, 2005, 10:02:00 AM
Hi to everyone out there.

My name is colin and I live in TONBRIDGE in KENT. England

I joined GDI 7 days ago and have already got 3 in my 1st level and 1 in my second.

I would be very pleased to hear from anyone who can help me to expand my business for the future .

Is there anyone out there from KENT.

Good Luck to Everyone


Title: Re: New member from the UK
Post by: Marie_F on September 07, 2005, 10:17:13 AM
Well Done you !!

    You are off to a flying start..keep it up!!

                     and welcome to GDI, from a fellow Brit, now in USA

                                                         


Title: Re: New member from the UK
Post by: MarieB on September 07, 2005, 02:39:58 PM
Hi to everyone! ;D

Just signed up today, so need all the help I can get!!! :-\
I'm from Dublin. anyone else from here?

MarieB


Title: Re: New member from the Texas
Post by: KelleyCharlie on September 08, 2005, 03:19:46 AM

 ;)Hi to Everyone,

My name is Charlie and I live in Pflugerville Area in Texas

I joined GDI today.

I am a Christian and I love the Lord Jesus with all My heart and soul. I pray that we all can be a blessing to each other.

I would be very pleased to hear from anyone who can help me to expand my business for the future .

Thank you very much and May the Lord bless all that you do!

Charlie


Title: Greetings from Scotland in the UK
Post by: PeterC on September 13, 2005, 07:34:43 PM
Hi everyone,

Looking forward to GDI EXPLODING all over the world !!

I know there are many active & successful people on this board,
looking forward to sharing tips & tricks with everyone

To our success !

Peter Cairney

Scotland UK


Title: Re: BE POSITIVE!
Post by: Colin Gerrish on September 14, 2005, 09:37:36 AM
Hello again to everyone,
Colin from Tonbridge here,

I hope all new members will take heart in the fact that in my first week in GDI I got on to the Starter Pool leader board and won $38 solely by sending out e-mails to my existing contacts.

I am now about to embark on a campaign of Flyers.

What an opportunity we have in our hands!

lets all take advantage of it. AND DONT GIVE UP.

 ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: SGarry on September 16, 2005, 03:45:25 PM
 ;D Hi to all, Garry here from way down in Cornwall

I have recently started,not just with GDI but with computers aswell,and can tell you that I am
living proof that anyone can do this ??? We just need the right guidance and support to help us convince others. (flyers/business cards with 0800 number please GDI).

When trying to create my website I tried to access BANNERS but all I got was the SHOW ME THIS CODE link, no picture,and when i click on this link all I gat is an empty box. Has anyone else had this problem? If so what did you do to solve it?

Great discussion page by the way! I can tell you if you think its hard up your way think how hard it is "down ere"! I think most are still trying to find the internet by some of the responses I have had!
Because of this I thought I would concentrate on internet advertising and although the results have not been great, they have been promising. I get around 30-40 hits to my site per week and the figure keeps growing. However I know my ad is not the best, but it does attract a fair number of hits so what I don't understand is why am I still awaitng my first sign up? I have had only one person view the movie from around 200 visits and thats on the GDI replica site which everyone keeps telling me to promote. What am I doing wrong? :-\

Keep up the good work everyone, Garry


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MEllis on September 18, 2005, 11:07:26 AM
hi all :)

mike from uk, new to this.i live in chippenham, wilts.
not sure of what to do yet but learning.i want to replace my job with something like this.ambition-emigrate!

no signs up as yet.

i know where to get cheap 0800(UK) numbers if anyone interested,looks better on flyers,business cards etc.

hi to all in the usa as well.

mellis :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KayReeve on September 22, 2005, 02:54:10 PM
HI,

I'm Kay and I'm from Norfolk UK.  I am really excited about GDI and have doubled my monthly expenses in the first week.  I received some business cards today (some I had printed in UK) and went to town with a big smile and handed some out. 

I'm also trying to build my Husband a Driving Instructor Website and I'm finding the builder realy easy after building other sites from scratch.  Also GDI is so cheap.  I paid over £500 for an independent site with all the ranking etc, and got no business back. It went bust last month but I don't give up.  Fate soon pointed me here and I'm here to stay!

Also Hi to Paul Watts, you are in my upline.


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: John Clark on September 22, 2005, 08:34:26 PM
Hello Ron,
Welcome.
I'm in the US for the moment but usually am in the UK (South Hampton, specifically) approx. 3-6 months per year.
I currently promote internationally via message boards, online discussion groups, etc.  I find these type of postings and communicating via email preferable than telephone, regardless of my prospects' locations.  I actually even email my neighbor sometimes.  ::)
I know the UK is a seven hour time difference from where I live in the US, and I have been communicating with some folks in China and India.  I have found that email is the way to go.  No need to worry about waking someone up at midnight this way!!  8)
Good luck to you.
Hope to see you around here. :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JulianSnare on September 28, 2005, 02:15:26 PM
HI one and all, A very new and confused newbie here. ??? I am from brecon, Wales I am a house husband with a 14 month old boy and I was looking to earn an income withthis computer, which I know i can. I was very sceptical at first, especially when I kept running up against buy this, buy that. >:( After speaking with my up line I found its not all like that. :). I can see the potential of this marketing system considering the amount of people on the planet and from what I read with Inc 500 has kind of made me follow my gut instint. Any one out there in a similar situation or has been in the same I would love to here from you. If you can shine me a light then I can do the same for others who follow.
Regards,
Julian


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: SimonM on October 01, 2005, 09:09:36 AM
New to this op. Looks good and I've seen a few.

Just some quick thoughts.

"Keep on keeping on."

"He who whispers down a well
of the things he has to sell
will not make as many dollars
as one who climbs a tree and
hollers"

Try mailing postcards but NEVER be tempted by cheap mailing lists!

Saddest phrase ever: "If Only"

East Yorkshire, me.


Title: Im from the UK
Post by: MartinC on October 01, 2005, 09:12:18 AM
Hi im an 18 year old lad... from South East London

Always wanted to own my own business.. GDI will hopefully help me do that!

Good Luck to all!

Martin


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: AlisonLee on October 01, 2005, 08:26:54 PM
 ??? Hi to all in UK. I've just joined, never been in a forum before so just testing it really. I'm Alison from York and would be very grateful for any advice. i've made a start by buying GDI's 50 leads so far.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Kelly_Georgiou on October 02, 2005, 09:52:42 AM
Hi, my name's Kelly and I'm from Billingham, North East of England.

I've just recently joined and thought I'd introduce myself.

I'm still getting to grips with the website builder but hopefully I'll get there!

Anyway, if anyone can give me any tips they'd be greatly appreciated.

Kelly  :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: StephenW on October 02, 2005, 01:46:53 PM
Hi All,

I'm from Fife in Scotland and I'm chuffed to see this thread with all you other UK folks on board.

I have only just signed up to GDI so I'm only poking around to see what I can discover.

cheers


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Colin Gerrish on October 04, 2005, 09:07:12 AM
Hi Stephen.

Colin from Kent here, Welcome to GDI

Just signed up my Seventh 1st line from HUNGARY today.

Looks like take off ,Worldwide from now!

Keeping poking around, you will be surprised what you will find.

Good Luck


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: AlisonLee on October 04, 2005, 10:41:24 PM
Hi Paul,
Just read your note and want to ask how you got the post-code addresses, who you addressed them to and what flyer did you send. I'm interested in trying your method.
Many thanks
Alison from York.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: PaulC1 on October 05, 2005, 05:59:03 PM
Hi Everyone

Paul here,just started using this forum about half an hour ago,nice to see a few brits in here,to chat with,to be able to get some feed back on how they are doing.Ive read what everyone
has said about the uk market,and there right brits just dont see the chance they have in front
of them. bless them....


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JulianS on October 05, 2005, 05:59:25 PM
Julian here from wales. Hello all you uk members. Just starting up again, not going to give up on this one, 490 Billion potential customers in the next 10 years, all I can say is, bring it on. The UK can't be that tough we're here. Enjoy, regards.
Julian


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: PaulC1 on October 14, 2005, 02:10:41 PM
Hi jULIAN

Where in wales are you,im in cardiff?


Title: Just a quick hello from England UK
Post by: Alex Hoskins on October 15, 2005, 01:21:53 PM
Hi everyone,

I joined in July, and promptly forgot all about it, which is crazy I know. I hope to do a bit better now as it looks a fantastic chance.

I come from a small town called Barnehurst in Kent.

I can see there is a lot of reading to do, this forum looks brilliant.

It wasn't neccessary to register anywhere for this forum was it, I didn't notice anything.

Success to everyone.

Alex Hoskins


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MariaChandler on October 17, 2005, 10:54:45 AM
I know that feeling too. I joined, forgot about it, then came back to it as
realised its a good thing. Lots of people seeking advice out there. Have
started to get to grips with things and am prepared to share what I am
doing if anyone wants to send me a personal message.

Would be interested in sharing ideas.

Maria


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MernaL on October 18, 2005, 01:38:56 PM
HI
my name is merna. I just joined yesterday. I am new to this forum.

 I can see the potential in this.  8) But as we all agree Brits are very sceptical. I come from luton. I have started with my friends and family and some of my work colleagues. see how it goes. i am also thinking of putting a classified adv in the local newspaper.

any suggestion to what would work here?

 Don't give up keep trying different methods.


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: StevenG on October 19, 2005, 01:30:28 PM
Hi, I have just joined and am starting to feel my feet.I am based in Surrey. Rod if you still want a UK 0800 no. send me an email off of the forum, I will tell where to get a cheap reliable deal.

Good Luck

Hi Stephen,

Steven from Midlothian here. I would be interested in the 0800 number. will we be able to get the recorded message on it. Maybe someone with  British accent could record a new one?

Thanks


Title: Hello Everyone, from Keith in Portsmouth,England.
Post by: KeithWood on October 19, 2005, 01:32:41 PM
Hello everyone,
I'm Keith from Portsmouth England and new to the GDI opportunity.
I'd appreciate any tips from you all on this business and how to grow.Any members nearby please get in touch, we can brainstorm.
Good to meet you folks,take care all,
Keith Wood


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: SimonJackson on October 25, 2005, 11:06:17 AM
Hi everybody i've joined 1 week,  got no hits yet. i'm from N. Ireland, Co. Armagh.
i havent seen anyone from here yet. Am i the only one to try and convince this country about GDI. help.
simon jackson


Title: New
Post by: TheresaO on November 03, 2005, 02:56:55 AM
 Hillo everyone just want to introduce myself.

Theresa from London


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Mike Perriss on November 04, 2005, 09:54:23 PM
Hi everyone, I'm Mike, from Fort William, Scotland.
I'm 25 and currently unemployed, so was looking for something I can make an income from.
For those of you who are purchasing leads, can you let me know how you get on?
As my funds are limited I'm looking at this angle myself.

All the Best

Mike


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Chris Simpson on November 08, 2005, 07:43:23 PM
I'm from Manchester in the UK so I thought it would be appropriate to post in this thread.

I've only just joined today so I'm open to any tips or advice on how best to get started with GDI and what seems to be working best for other members. So far I've ordered 100 leads from the members area to see what sort of results they bring.

I'm also a member of a number of traffic exchanges and I am also trialing a system set up for those where people are sent to a lead capture page where they can enter their details to receive information on how to make a monthly income from their surfing activities. The site itself works across a number of traffic exchanges and the idea is to build your downlines in both the exchanges and also more importantly in GDI. Obviously it's early days but early results do seem to suggest that the lead capture page they see does seem to spark some interest.


Title: "Without a Vision the people perish" What is keeping you going?
Post by: Jason Gregory on November 09, 2005, 07:40:08 PM
Hello Everyone

My name is Jason Gregory from the UK and after seeing the GDI opportunity presentation I truly believe this is a massive opportunity. I work on multiple opportunities on the web as I do not believe in a single point of failure and from what I have seen so far I know I will be investing a good amount of time on this opportunity. The tools I use allows me to promote multiple opportunities and I only hope they will help me explode my GDI business. This is my third day in GDI and i have about 10-15 premuim leads after 2 nights of promoting.
I know what my goals are and it would be good to see what motivates the rest of the GDI community as well as getting to know you all.

I look forward to the future and God bless you all.

Jason   ;D


Title: Re: "Without a Vision the people perish" What is keeping you going?
Post by: Tatjana Prelog on November 10, 2005, 12:41:09 AM
Jason Welcome first!!!!

I am Tatjana (well known here on this forum) from Slovenia and I'm warmly greeting you here. I'm in this business for about 7 mounths and someone would think I'm laying somewhere under the hot sun on Hawaii leasuring myself as I've earned quite a lot of money in this periode, but it isn't so. It takes quite longer at least for me to earn for something like that, but I'm satisfied ...

Hmmm, what keeps me going further and staying here ...? Let's see! At the beginning it was quriousity. I didn't even seek the business opportunity and I've signed up just because you can have your own webpage. I also have my .com domain, but I thought a bit of additional space on the net won't hurt ... Maybe I'll dissapoint you here, but I have no clear business goals. What comes from this opportunity will be just fine, but what keeps me here is having fun with building webpage, "chatting" with you precious members here, helping you if I am able to and meeting new friends and it also keeps me here the notion that if I'll earn some extra money, I'll be able to donate more for the children who need the primary things for living - I love the children and I like to help them, that's one of my goals.

Keep on being motivated and you'll succeede or have fun and you'll also succeede, having both is the greatest pleasure of all and you'll succeed again ...!!!!

To your success!!!!

Tatjana
(sonček)
 :) :D :)


Title: new from UK .Have not been able to get contact from 'sponsor' .need help please
Post by: MarinaHwang on November 10, 2005, 09:43:21 PM
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Hello GDI community. 

I'm still on free trial. Still deciding whether this is right for me.  Reason being, I emailed several times to my then would be 'sponsor' Bram Smith with queries but never heard from him.  I then decided to go ahead anyway with the free trial, have emailed him as soon as I signed up on 7th Nov for help, but have to date still not heard from him.  Is this normal within GDI not to hear from your sponsor?  I only stumbled on this forum by chance, and I hope that I can get help from from some Pro GDI!

This is the first time ever I've posted to any forum and I hope that I am getting it correct.

Chow and wishing everyone fantastic success with your GDI business.

Marina

 ??? ???


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KathleenMeehan on November 11, 2005, 11:35:30 AM
)Hi Marina, just read your message.  I Live in Birmingham (UK) and have recently joined GDI.  I joined about 2 weeks ago.   I have fantastic support from my sponsor (in Austrailia).  I know what a difference this has made for me so far.  Please get in touch if you like and if I can be of any help, I'll do my best.
 ;)     
         Good Luck
                  Kathy


Title: Hi from the U.K.
Post by: Gerald Longman on November 11, 2005, 11:35:30 AM
Hi all

New to forums so if i mess up which i may already have done then just giggle and set me straight.
looking forward to asking, helping everyone here.

Have some experiances in network marketing since 2002 i have learned a lot and made a lot of mistakes (don't listen to upline is one of them) so what ever your up line says DO IT! because it's all duplication and that's what makes it all work.

looking forward to working with everyone up line / down line / cross line.

Hey! what an opportunity this is, i turned this down six months ago and moved on (idiot) but i'm back and raring to go.

gerald longman (income orientated)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Gerald Longman on November 11, 2005, 11:35:30 AM
Hi Rod

I have just joined this crew and you do not have to be alone so you can talk to me buddy.

I have a list of ideas so long as you invest in some business cards as well, your advertising is only controlled by your imagination, if i said public conveniences to you what would that conjure up? and i'm being serious! and i have not even begun to tell you where else you can put cards let alone all the other fishpond tools that are available.

Gerald (Somerset)


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: Bob_Whitehead on November 11, 2005, 11:38:36 AM
I also think it would really help if the USA conference call had a duplicate at a sensible UK time or at least a recording of the USA one available.

It would also be a great idea if the conference calls were recorded and put somewhere in the back office so those of us who can't make the calls could listen at a later date.

Bob


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Jason Gregory on November 17, 2005, 05:14:09 PM
Hi All,

My name is Jason and I am from the UK, London. I think this forum is excellent as it gives us all a platform to brain storm.
I think a good prospect market are people already involved in network marketing as you don't have to sell them on the idea and they will hopefully identify quicker the power of the GDI opportunity. If you sign up with some networking forums that is a good place to start.

Hope it helps, take care.

Jason


Title: Greetings
Post by: Ian Coxall on November 20, 2005, 05:21:45 AM
GDI - Hmmmm,

Well hi people.  Ian in the UK.

GDI for me is certainly beggining to move a little now.  I found GDI several weeks back and despite the extremely confusing and OTT presentation video decided that the compensation plan was well worth the $10 investment.

I have decided that my future is about earning from many different sources. GDI is just one of the many baskets where I shall keep all my eggs.

Millionaire?   Not for me.  Comfortable will do.

Ian UK  8)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KayReeve on November 23, 2005, 06:05:29 AM
Hi everyone,

I joined in July, and promptly forgot all about it, which is crazy I know. I hope to do a bit better now as it looks a fantastic chance.

I come from a small town called Barnehurst in Kent.

I can see there is a lot of reading to do, this forum looks brilliant.

It wasn't neccessary to register anywhere for this forum was it, I didn't notice anything.

Success to everyone.

Alex Hoskins

Hi Alex,
I knew an Alex Hoskins when I lived in Gillingham around 30yrs ago, any connection?

Either way, welcome to GDI and to all other Newbies too :-)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Maria R on November 24, 2005, 01:04:10 PM
Hi,

I am a UK newbie just joined about 2 hours ago and trying to find my way around the members site.

Really like the sound of this opportunity and you get to try before you buy, unlike most of the ops you find on the web.

Has anyone purchased leads from GDI and had any success with them as I thought I would try some to kick start my downline?

Any newbie help would be gratefully appreciated.

Maria R
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. ;D




Title: Happy Thanksgiving US GDI Community
Post by: Marina H on November 25, 2005, 02:55:49 AM
Greetings to all.  :)  I'm based in the UK and have just joined up couple of weeks ago. I'm under Howard Martell...awesome mentor!
Still exploring this awesome opportunity!  See you guys at the top! ;D

Marina


Title: Re: "Without a Vision the people perish" What is keeping you going?
Post by: Marina H on November 25, 2005, 10:13:36 AM
Hello Everyone

My name is Jason Gregory from the UK and after seeing the GDI opportunity presentation I truly believe this is a massive opportunity. I work on multiple opportunities on the web as I do not believe in a single point of failure and from what I have seen so far I know I will be investing a good amount of time on this opportunity. The tools I use allows me to promote multiple opportunities and I only hope they will help me explode my GDI business. This is my third day in GDI and i have about 10-15 premuim leads after 2 nights of promoting.
I know what my goals are and it would be good to see what motivates the rest of the GDI community as well as getting to know you all.

I look forward to the future and God bless you all.

Jason   ;D


Hello  UK  GDI ''commune'' 
Another newbie from UK,  London. 

Jason any chance of sharing what tools you're using, costs, etc that you're using to get such great results, please? Many thanks.
Wow! Congratulations on your fine success!


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JohnPowell on November 25, 2005, 01:02:05 PM
Hi Everyone,

                           I am John, from sunny Port Talbot in Wales, I join GDI many years ago, what a fool I left, and kept joining dozs of other programs. Ivor my sponsor save my life, he sent me a email
about GDI and the same as LIZ.T, I thought WOW, what a fool, I was amazed when I saw the site and the movie. I join that minute. ( Think of all the GDI business I have lost. ) I have read some of your posts, about get business in the U/K. Well this where I will be getting my business. All over the Global and the U/K. Please don't forget DGI is in over 180 Countries, and the lovely Internet is all over the Global.

To Your HUGE Success In W/Health

John Powell


Title: NEW MEMBER SAYING HELLO
Post by: Brian M on November 30, 2005, 05:23:06 PM
  HELLO, Brian here in the UK. New To GDI. New Also To Internet On The Business Side. Hope You Are Well.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: CarolD on November 30, 2005, 08:04:58 PM
Hi all, I'm from the center of England, UK.
I've just found this forum although I've been in GDI for a while. I'm not too bright on marketing but I sure hope to get some marketing tips from you guys and from other topics in this forum. Haven't had the chance to visit other topics yet but just thought I should say hello first.
To all our success.

Carol D. 


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: T_Reis on December 07, 2005, 05:30:45 AM
Hi to everyone in the UK.

Im Jacqui in Glasgow, but originally from Yorkshire.

Totally new to all of this networking, but loving every minute of it

Im advertising like mad on lots of different sites, but still no referrals.  (boo hoo)  :'(

I must be really impatient this is only my second day lol. ;D


Title: Hello from Oxford England
Post by: Michael Spicer on December 07, 2005, 07:57:41 AM
Hello All.
I thought it was about time I stopped being lazy and said hi.
My name is Michael and I had my third twenty first birthday in May this year, I live on the outskirts of Oxford but originate from Gravesend in the County of Kent.
I would like to thank the several members who have contacted me in trying to answer my questions and would say what a pleasure it is to encounter a Forum where the members seem genuinely interested in trying to help you instead of the normal back biteing that usually occurs.
Best of luck to you all in your Business Adventures.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Lee H on December 11, 2005, 01:08:45 PM
I know this might sound stupid, but as a yank living in the UK it seems that posting around council estates and student halls seems to bring new signups... oh yeah and some persistance. ;)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Julian Snare on December 13, 2005, 08:35:25 AM
Hi everybody, julian from Cymru here, bore da. Brits, what is all this about Brits, I've never spoken to so many.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: P_Gringel on December 17, 2005, 06:55:38 PM
Hi Rod

I have just joined this crew and you do not have to be alone so you can talk to me buddy.

I have a list of ideas so long as you invest in some business cards as well, your advertising is only controlled by your imagination, if i said public conveniences to you what would that conjure up? and i'm being serious! and i have not even begun to tell you where else you can put cards let alone all the other fishpond tools that are available.

Gerald (Somerset)
Here's to your success Gerald.


Title: Re: Hello from Oxford England
Post by: P_Gringel on December 17, 2005, 07:06:07 PM
Hello All.
I thought it was about time I stopped being lazy and said hi.
My name is Michael and I had my third twenty first birthday in May this year, I live on the outskirts of Oxford but originate from Gravesend in the County of Kent.
I would like to thank the several members who have contacted me in trying to answer my questions and would say what a pleasure it is to encounter a Forum where the members seem genuinely interested in trying to help you instead of the normal back biteing that usually occurs.
Best of luck to you all in your Business Adventures.

"I may not be rich, good looking, or Gods
gift to Women, but at least I know my Friends like me for what I am."( Oh but I bet you are all of those things  Michael!!) Best of Luck to You! ;)
I have links on my website that may interest you in building a business on line.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: S Mark on January 11, 2006, 04:30:44 AM
 :D Well I have to agree with all of you! After many years of MLM I have noticed the UK public in the last 10 years rebel against anything with the word Network and Marketing in it due to 2 or 3 other well known companies storming the mainland with about as much diplomacy as a scunk in a lift. Yet GDI does seem to me to be something not to be ignored. Hey its hooked me! NOW!

Yet from past tests I have found that to grab the imagination of the Brit minds you have to be that bit more gentle and seduce them into the idea that you are not trying to pull a golden blanket over them.  We Brits like to talk for ages before we say ok and even then we have the silent part of us saying that we are hearing lies.  Is is any wonder that we are slowly getting left behind. Well I don't want that to happen and intent to use that prior knowledge to benefit the GDI and my company growth.

Most of us want to be shown the path and to be given all the answers. Then we seem to find the get up and go to play the game properly!

So show them the path, give them the answers, help them start getting the leads and make it friendly and cozy (coz us Brits like that sort of thing). Do the one to ones with intensity and show the newbie close up how to do it right. You can only benefit from the expended time.

Teach them to do the same with their own new leads, they will then pass on the feel good factor to your 2nd line of newbies (help them as well if your 1st line is weak).

I talk from experience of running other MLM network companies that I am and have been involved in within the UK. The public here are tight a£$e@ and difficult. You have to creep up on them and get your idea into their own thoughts in a way that makes them think they were the 1st to see it, then you offer help to them so they can make their own idea a reality. We are not American and do not think the same way, hence we need to be cohersed in a very different way.

Watch this space.....

ps. If a single dyslexic father of a very disabled child (intensly time consuming), can make a success in Network marketing as I have done (Anyone can! I promiss you !).

I am New to this GDI program but intend to do the same with this as I have with all the others I have and am working on. "Don't follow the rules, just do what seems logical and right because it usualy is!"   Best of luck folks and I hope to mbump into a few of you in time   ;)


Title: new member
Post by: PeterHall on January 13, 2006, 03:46:04 PM
Hi there my name is peter
 i am new here i am 56 and from uk=England 8)


Title: Hi Everybody! New UK member needs help.
Post by: WTomas on January 16, 2006, 04:08:15 AM
Hi everybody.

I'm a new member. Although I am not new to MLM I would like some help from anyone having success in the UK. I would like to generate leads in the UK.

Does anybody know of any UK lead companies that sell quality leads for UK home based business opportunity seekers.
I have read the manual and it is obviously targetted at the guys based in the US as the cards and the telephone prospecting system would not be much use to me over here.

I would like to set up a similar system to direct UK prospects to and would be interested to hear from people using a system such as this in England.

Thanks in advance
Wojtek ;)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MNicdao on January 21, 2006, 11:41:06 AM
My name is Manuel i am from The U.K. ,Slough to be precise (Sunny Slough i call it, and make people smile) i am a newbie. Has anyone tried the GDI leads yet! and what was the results?
U.K is a hard nut to crack i heard but more like rock than a nut.But i am not giving up easily.
Anymore ideas to market in the UK?
Good Luck to all.   


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KBraun on January 22, 2006, 03:12:41 PM
Hello Shaun...

I'm a "newbie" to! Not sure if I can help you BUT I can understand where you're coming from...been there, done that, with all the programs... :)  I blame myself, first...signing-up and not following through. 2006 is a "new" attitude.

My approach is going to be the "warm" market. Starting with people I know...my kids. My friends aren't quite on board...but...some will still ask how I'm doing. "Walk the Walk and Talk the Talk" eventually their "curiousity" will get the best of them.

I don't have the "funds" to purchase ads and promotional tools. I made-up my own business card with my .WS address on the.

When I go anywhere...I drop a card.

My plan is also...to work "5"...and teach my downline to work "5"...not sure this is right...but i just can't understand the concept of recruiting 50 to 100 people and then trying to manage that without alot of people dropping-off.

If I happen to get more than "5" recruits...I move them to my first level and hopefully they will do the same...hopefully it's contageous... :)

I have an up-line that is not responding...do not let this discourage you. YOU...BE THE LEADER!

Just my approach on this business...TO A SUCCESSFUL 2006!...WELCOME!!!

Kathy*


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KittyBrown on January 22, 2006, 06:07:59 PM
Hi Everyone,
This is my first visit to the forum. I live on the Gold Coast Queensland Australia.
This is really exciting. I joined GDI because I've come to the conclusion [from hard earned experience]
that the best way to promote your business is over the internet. Successful Email marketing is getting harder by the month.
However getting customers to come to you willingly can be accoplished by getting a presence on the world wide web.
What a great oportunity we all have to do just that with our .ws hosting!

To Your Rapid Success,
KittyBrown


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Tom M1 on January 22, 2006, 10:24:57 PM
Hi to all,
another newbie here,
live down in sunny Devon, although am a Scot. Looks like a lot of reading to be done, glad of the input, will be paying special attention to the website developement page.
goood luck to all


Title: Greetings from the Windy East
Post by: Paul Kinder on January 31, 2006, 02:56:34 PM
Hi, I'm Paul from Lowestoft, Suffolk - home of the UK's wind-power industry and The Darkness!

I also have a small distribution business but over 50% of my area supports fish instead of people and the fish have a pretty low average spend so I joined GDI about three weeks ago.

I've brought in a couple of friends so far and am finally getting round to setting up my site.

This is the first time I've set up anything online but I'm serious about it so no doubt I'll be asking lots of questions on here.

Thanks in advance for all your help.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Barry_W on February 02, 2006, 03:46:36 PM
HI i to am from the uk and have been looking around GDI sight not haveing to much look.
does anyone no how to get leads that you do not have to pay for that will not be all spam.
I find it all abit slow going not done to much at all apart from read things on GDI sight.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Matthew Green on February 03, 2006, 04:30:56 AM
I am from the UK. I am a long way from you people over there.
Is there anyone from the UK i can contact regarding GDI. I feel really isolated over here.
It is difficult to contact people by phone as the time difference is really big.
Does anyone know how to get UK leads apart from flyers and business cards.

I know I know too many questions.

Regards Ron Rodwell.

Hi Ron,
I too am based in the U.K, Capital of the North, Leeds...
Your question RE: Buying LEADS....  DO NOT BUY LEADS....
There is absolutely no GOOD SOURCE of LEADS to BUY...

If anyone wants to challenge me on that one go ahead, but whilts you are writing a reply consider this, I am GENERATING Double-Opt In LEADS of my OWN... FREE at the same time that you are buying OLD LEADS from SOMEONE ELSE... Actually if you want I will sell you my LEADS the instant I generate them, NEW LEADS... obviously I will have a COPY and obviously I ant to make MONEY so I will do the same with as many people as I can...

Obviously I ain't going to do that, but do you think the LEAD SELLERS are different??? I don't think so....

GENERATE your OWN LEADS...

Trust me,
(http://mg247.ws/mg.gif)


Title: Hi from Southern England
Post by: Stuart_Molyneux on February 07, 2006, 02:59:22 PM
Hi everybody, My name is Stuart Molyneux , I joined GDI in Jan 06. What a great opportunity!1
Would love to chat  and swap ideas with anybody in UK to get us on the map good and proper!!
I live on the South Coast by Southampton and have free venue for meets if anybody interested.
Stuart


Title: Hi from the UK, guys!
Post by: Marcus Warnes on February 26, 2006, 04:56:46 AM
Hi everyone,
Signed up for the 7 day free trial yesterday and got started staright away. Lisa and I have been involved with network marketing for 2 1/2 years now with mixed success, with one company, although we looked at a few others before that. This programme looks simple, highly duplicatable and profitable with a very affordable product, persuasive marketing tools (they got us!) and a first class back office. We've been looking for a truly online business, which this seems to be and which would enable us and our team to really work from home (done our share of meetings, parties, etc). We look forward to building a successful business alongside you all.
Heres to a profitable future :)
Best wishes,
Marcus and Lisa Warnes


Title: New to the opportunity
Post by: OAdebayo on February 26, 2006, 10:38:21 PM
 ;D Hi. My name is Ola Manchester,UK. I've been a member since Dec 2005 but just checking out the email and just chilling.Now I really want to build my team. anyone from UK should please let me know how to succeed.I now have 2 members in my team and I need to put them through properly.
Ta


Title: JUST JOINED FROM LONDON.
Post by: MikeM1 on March 01, 2006, 10:41:12 AM
Hi all,

My name is Mike. I have just joined. I live in East London, Engalnd.

Mike.



Title: This is exciting ay?
Post by: Eddie Smith on March 02, 2006, 05:04:59 AM
Hi there from the UK. My name is Eddie, like a lot of people on here, I just want to say how excited I am and thanks to thailandshope.ws for introducing GDI to me. Here's to success!!


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Matthew Green on March 03, 2006, 05:52:33 AM
Hello,

Leeds Lad myself...

I want a bit more security before I hit the road, but I am getting there...  Only 27 so I have time on my side for now...

Good luck and Safe Journey...


Title: Good afternoon
Post by: MTanner on March 03, 2006, 05:52:35 AM
Greetings from sunny (for a change) Weston-super-Mare. Yes, it does exist and people do live here  ;)

I've been in network marketing for about 2 years and have been relatively succesful but 2006 is the year. As convinced as everyone here that this is a good long-term opportunity and have just started.

I've always marketed by getting the name on out wherever you can. Online, surfing, forums, traffic sites etc - offline biz cards, flyers and talking. great excuse to get down to the pub :) Gym's are good as well - seems to generate an atmosphere of trust as you all sweat your cobbs off. OK, maybe not the females but you get my drift.

I do think that making peple realise that the.ws domains are relatively untapped is a good trick - set up your family name and get known on the web. Bands or authors trying to get known - just have a think and then tell people your ideas.

I'm also running a couple of opportunities that fit together with thes web sites, so it's worth thinking about how you can provide a complete internet solution.

Anyway, good day to you all, wish you all success and I do think the ideas put forward of pooling ideas and efforts are excellent. I'm up for it if anyone would like to contact me.

Mark (another one)


Title: hi just new today from UK where do i start
Post by: DeanI on March 03, 2006, 10:32:25 AM
hi i just signed up literally 5 mins ago and im from the UK , how and where do i start making money, im esxcited but afraid it wont work like everything else online


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JonahUlebor on March 08, 2006, 05:20:33 PM
Hi Guys,

Nice to see ur all there. Just got in this week and trying US leads initially, Guess at some point we would need to work on a network to develop the business here as I believe that there is a massive opportunity in the UK. Let's keep at it and work it; I think Success tells the best story in the UK.

How do you drop leaflets around without breaking any laws. I am based in Leeds around a University community and think that I have a great go here. Any ideas for a good source of printing flyers at a reasonable cost?


Title: my introduction
Post by: JohnBailey on March 11, 2006, 08:39:37 AM
Hello everyone,
My name is John Bailey and as a newcomer from England I am very pleased to be associated with this exciting opportunty and wish you all kind regards and look forward to working with you.

John


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: AndraIrish on March 17, 2006, 07:11:37 AM
hi rod it's andra from london. like you i feel a bit isolated. i have been trying out the website for about two days and i think that it is great. can you please tell me how long did it take you to get your buisness cards please.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: RitaB1 on March 18, 2006, 04:48:51 PM
Hi Everybody!

I'm Rita from London, UK.

Just joined GDI.

Can you tell me what I should be doing next?
I mean like, who do I inform in the UK?

Tax people and who else?

And when I do call them, should I register myself as a 'self employed'? ???

Any help appreciated.

Thanks
Rita


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JonathanRendle on March 26, 2006, 03:02:21 PM
hi rod it's andra from london. like you i feel a bit isolated. i have been trying out the website for about two days and i think that it is great. can you please tell me how long did it take you to get your buisness cards please.

Hi, Jonathan from Plymouth UK here!

On the subject of business cards, there's a company offering 250 full colour cards for just the postage and packaging charges (which was about £3 last time I ordered). I've got a link to them on my websites home page.

Hi Rita, I think you should phone or call in on your local Inland Revenue tax office and ask them, to be sure of doing the right thing.  Despite what we think about taxmen, I've always found the staff in Plymouth really helpfull.

Best Wishes,
Jonathan :)



Title: Howdy from Kev in Blighty
Post by: Kevin Stones on March 28, 2006, 05:38:12 AM
Just joined GDI and happy to be here.

My name is Kevin Stones - born in the rough end of Sheffield in the Socialist Republic of South Yorkshire here in the North of England.

I have a wife (married 31 years and you don't get that for double murder) - 2 grown up kids and a mother who is 4 foot tall and looks like Yoda from Star Wars. I would give a kiss but she won't get a shave.

I'm looking forward to early retirement and fancy going to live in Italy - that's the goal anyway. Wife says she won't go abroad but i never said I was taking her anyway.

Keep in touch

Love from Kev  :o


Title: Re: Howdy from Kev in Blighty
Post by: SueMarshall on March 28, 2006, 07:50:18 AM
Hi Kev,

Nice to meet you, new here as well, English but live in South Wales.  Half my family is from Yorkshire though Kev, from scarborough to be precise.

Good luck to you.

Sue


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: M Aziz on March 28, 2006, 09:01:30 PM
hi everybody
i'm new to GDI
from london
need some tips
thankx everubody in uk
rana


Title: A big hello from London
Post by: RakeshLuchmun on April 10, 2006, 01:02:59 PM
Hi Everyone

I've been with GDI for a few months now. However, I've just registered to the forum and I would like to know how other people are doing. It will be great to hear from you all.

Kind regards

Rakesh Luchmun


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: RossB on April 11, 2006, 07:56:30 AM
Hi There
Ross in Sunny Plymouth, 3 days into GDI and im scared, You are correct in what you say about most Brits!!  mention network marketing and they're off,good luck everyone in this venture and keep smiling


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Liam Loftus on April 17, 2006, 07:13:13 PM
Hi there Liam from the less than sunny town of North Shields, signed up today due to the insistance of my good friend, who see this as the potential to create oodles and oodles of cash, hopefully i can get this to work as my previous attempt didn't amount to much (and cost me £200 to boot)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: SeanHunter on April 26, 2006, 06:08:54 PM
hi ron
iam from the uk north west area i havent got a clue how to make money doing this can u help me with giving me any tips please


Title: Greetings from Southampton, UK
Post by: Jason Webb on April 27, 2006, 02:54:35 PM
Hi All

Just wanted to say "Hello" to you all and tell you a little bit amount myself.

My name is Jason Webb, I'm 34 years old,  and I live in Southampton in the
(nearly) sunny south of the UK.

I've spent the last few months looking for a genuine home business opportunity
as unfortunately the industry in which I've worked for most of my life, shipbuilding,
is in a steady decline in this area making that sort of work harder and harder
to find unless you're prepared to constantly relocate in order to chase the
work.

So, now I'm attempting to free myself from the uncertainty of the shipbuilding
industry and I hope that GDI is the one that will do it. As always the first couple
of months are going to be the most uncertain but I have faith in GDI and I
do believe in the product, so all signs are good.

Anyway, I look forward to getting to know you all better in the future and I'm
glad to be a part of the GDI community.

Best Regards

Jason Webb


Title: intrduction
Post by: TerryM on May 07, 2006, 10:59:41 AM
hi everybody from TerryM in the UK


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Harry Taylor on May 07, 2006, 11:46:48 AM
I am also from the UK ( Essex ), so if I can help you in any way you can contact me.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: ElsieKelm on May 07, 2006, 11:56:26 AM
Paul what do you have in your subject line? :o
And in the letter you are sending to sign up so many?
I would love to sign up like you are, I have just signed up.
Thanks Mae from Florida, USA :o :o


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: TerryM on May 07, 2006, 05:25:09 PM
hi terry here from the uk i know what you mean by the time difference, i only joined yesterday so i am not to sure about everything yet.
still it will be nice to swap ideas with you and maybe help each other as we go along
terrym


Title: Afternoon All. I'm new to GDI in the UK.
Post by: Timothy Hall on May 12, 2006, 08:17:41 AM
Hi everyone,

I've been signed up with GDI for about a couple of weeks now, and am just starting to really get into it. As yet I don't have any referrals, as I am revising for exams at university at the moment and don't have much time on my hands. However, in two weeks time the summer break will start, and I'm going to lay into some serious marketing and get thsi thing off the ground.

For the moment I've put some flyers out around here and also some free classified ads as well as marketing with InstantBuzz.com. Since I'm a student I really don't have a lot of capital to put into a major marketing scheme, so I'd be grateful if people have any other cheap, or even better, free ways of getting in some business and getting the GDI name out there.

Thanks a lot in advance and all the best to everyone.

Tim


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: SandraK on May 12, 2006, 01:21:32 PM
 :DDon't feel isolated Rod, the computer and the internet brings us all closer together.

I am a newbie also from Raleigh North Carolina.  Most of my family is 800 - 1000 miles away from me but I am making my way in
this big bad new world with my chin held high and a stiff upper lip.  Come on, we can make a go of it! ::)

 ???Whose team are you on?  Who is your sponsor? and did you try to contact them by email?  If so, then, keep trying up the
ladder until someone hears your screams.  I did and I just walked into this forum.  Hope both you and I get the needed help soon.
Keep plugging away at it and bug your sponsors.

Sandra Kavouklis ;D ;D


Title: Hi I am a newbie in Staffordshire UK
Post by: SarahBrock on May 24, 2006, 07:34:02 AM
Hi there, I joined up last week and I really hope that this is as good as it looks. I haven't done much to promote this yet but I am working on it. I want to try to get people to look at the presentation but I am not internet friendly so I am unsure of which link to send them. Hopefully as soon as I get my brain in gear I will be able to tempt people to join. Again I read in another post that people in the UK are not as open to this type of oppurtunity so I will probably end up buying all my leads from the site. are these leads any good? I have bought 10 but got nothing from them.

Sarah


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Brett H on May 27, 2006, 08:05:57 PM
Hello,

My name is Brett from sunny Bolton.

I joined last Saturday through Hits2u, mainly so I could get a good catchy domain name to use with my VWD business.
Now I have seen the potential of GDI, I am quite excited about my future income from both businesses.

Sarah, I used the show link to some of my friends and they are quite interested.
e.g. http://www.website.ws/username/show

I hope you all have a great long weekend.

Regards
Brett


Title: new to GDI
Post by: Ian Stewart on May 30, 2006, 12:35:02 PM
Hi
My name is IAN
 I am from the UK, I've looked at quite a few online oppotunity but this looks like the one to do the biz.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Julie Whitmire on May 31, 2006, 07:48:08 PM
Hey UK From USA,

Just get your site out to be seen on the Internet and you'll get worldwide recruits. Many of my New really good recruits have been coming from all over the world, I live in the US but most of my recruits are all foreign not US.

The entire world is surfing the internet, it may be hard to crack the UK but other countries are having more and more people getting on the internet worldwide.


Title: Hey from England
Post by: Patricia P on June 15, 2006, 06:45:05 AM
Hi there,

I'm from England and signed up a few months ago but never got round to working it, but now I am starting to do so.
I'm all fired up to get going with this, it's a great opportunity and I really want to do well with it!

If you guys have any hints or tips to help me along my way, it would be highly appreciated.

P.S. What do you reccomend is the best way to get visitors to my own .ws site?

Many thanks and I'll speak to you all soon,
Pat.



Title: Hi everyone from Slough, England!
Post by: W Tomas on June 16, 2006, 08:00:09 PM
Hi everybody.

My name is Haydn and I live in Slough in England. A big hello to all GDI members in Slough as I know that there are lots of you guys and girls out here, yes I have noticed your flyers in the shop windows on bath road!

I though I would introduce myself. I have been interested in making money online for many years and have been a habitual learner, whihc basically means learning far too much and not doing enough. I guess it came to crunch time when i found myself always putting off making money to continue learning.

I have done my bit on ebay, other sites, blogging etc without any success, untill it came to mlm where i found my home. The good thing about mlm is that its creates for you an income that continues to grow and won't stop even if you wanted it to.

My first stop with gdi was to create a simple website whihc leads to an autoresponder, when the guys sign up they get taken directly to the movie. Thats it, no other links or stuff to confuse the visitor.

I hope it gives you some ideas and i do appreciate the feedback! I look forward to giving my two cents in the forum!

haydn


Title: Hello from the UK
Post by: Andrew Frater on June 20, 2006, 07:45:48 AM
Hi Everyone,

I thought that I would drop by and introduce myself- I'm really looking forward to hearing all the motivating success stories and tips on how to build a strong GDI business.

Have a fantastic day!

Andrew Frater


Title: HELLO FROM LEEDS, ENGLAND!
Post by: ChrisC on June 22, 2006, 06:06:37 AM
Hi Everyone!

I'm Chris and I've just signed up to the most exciting adventure I'm ever going to take...HOPEFULLY! Just wanted to say hi to all my UK based colleagues and say a massive hi to all the rest of you in the US and other countries!

I hope we can all learn from each other and be a very successful group!

All the very best

Chris J Coleman


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Darren Olander on June 22, 2006, 12:34:56 PM
Great to see all of these new members, welcome all!


Title: I'd like to introduce myself
Post by: AlisonL on June 23, 2006, 10:11:29 PM
Hi everyone
My name is Alison, I am a newbie from Wales UK. I am looking forward to working this business and I will hopefully
be successful, I have quite a few online sites that I promote some successful other not so good. I hope GDI will be
Successful.Anybody got any tips ?
Thanks


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Ryan Felisa on June 24, 2006, 10:48:01 AM
Hello Everyone in Uk.
My name is Felisa I am from London, I've been with GDI for two months I am still strugleling to find leads. but resently I meet someone in America how to find prospect leads.If you are interested you can contact me.

Good Everyone

Best Regards
Felisa


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: DavidGoldsmith on June 24, 2006, 02:37:41 PM
Hi every body in the UK.
I have been involved in internet marketing for several years now,and yes it can be hard in the UK.I think one of the problems is,if it comes from the states everyone thinks its a scam.I think that this has great potential over here in the UK.We always follow the States,remember where it all started years ago,now look at the following over here.I do think that we possibly need a different approach over here.I aggree that the Lists are too expensive so other methods of publicity will have to be used.I already have some ideas to try and if successful i will be passing these on to fellow Uk members.Remember,if you don't try it you will never know. ;)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: TerryF on June 25, 2006, 10:09:33 AM
Hello there all
  Yet another brit signing in. My name is Terry Frewin
from Derby.
  Been around internet marketing for a while and mainly
promoting another biz but thought this could be a possibility,
will have to wait and see
  Good luck to all
 TerryF


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: A_Master on June 29, 2006, 12:53:00 AM
HI all

MY Name is abdul, ive jus signed up, its all still a little hazy, cus i dont really go for these kinda things, (stubborn brit). im like a fish out of water at the moment so if anyone could help out it would be much appreciated.  ???

thanks



Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: David_J on July 08, 2006, 06:50:49 PM
Hello every 1 im also from the uk,
what a great site! dont you think

please feel free to visitmy site and tell what you think!

bye for now

Dave


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: TonyC1 on July 10, 2006, 09:59:55 AM
Hi  there

Im new to all of this - just joined today - a newbie.

Im in Bournemouth in the South of the UK.

Are there any more members in Bournemouth area?

Does anyone have any advise for a newbie to get subscribers?

Good luck everybody,
TonyC


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KottilathS on July 10, 2006, 10:08:58 AM
Sam from London


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: ColinSpicer on July 12, 2006, 11:07:10 AM
Hi Ron!

A newbie from the shires here!  Welcome.  I'm based in Wokingham, Berkshire and I'm eager to learn from anyone who has made a success of GDI on this side of the pond. 

It's definitely a different market here.  Our so-called healthy British scepticism prevents most people from getting the best out of life but there are ways to break it down.  Primarily, we need to remove any exagerated references to  potential earnings.  That puts most Brits off straight away.  It really is a case of speaking honestly and sincerely to as many people as possible.  It will be obvious very quickly whether they will warm to the idea.  If they don't, simply move on.  There is absolutely no point trying to pursuede someone to do something they don't want to.  They won't stick anyway.  BUT! You have sown the seed.

Also, the video presentations will put a lot of Brits off.  They are more likely to appeal to the younger audience.  I found myself (a hardened 53 year old sales exec) cringeing at some points.  Use the presentations sparingly.  Your best bet is your www.website.ws/your user name site which lists testimonials.  You could also refer prospects to http://www.website.ws/newtestimonials/index.dhtml?sponsor=yourusername&country=GB.  This lists testimonials from British members.

Here I am sounding like some kind of expert.  HA!  I'm still working hard and will welcome any tips that work. 

May your day be better than yesterday but not as good as tomorrow!

Colin






Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Thomas Rayner on July 12, 2006, 03:50:39 PM
Hi Im  Mick from Bradford Yorks
I introduce a friend from New York and as a coonsequence have had about 40 US referall in 2 months.
see my website www.glycotherapy.ws


Title: New Member From London UK
Post by: EdwardGreen on July 15, 2006, 09:12:29 AM
Hi All,

I am Ed, I am married with a beautiful 2.5 year old baby girl who is the apple of my eye.

I am a new member and looking to get cracking. I was involved with SFI sometime ago and although I built a decent size business other commitments made me stop. I was looking for a new NM op and GDI Came along.

I am looking to build a strong team of players who I can depend on helping me grow the business. I have already been the guy that almost "begs" everyone to join me and nothing ever comes of that, I did the warm list thing and have just about managed to hold onto close friends. There are far better ways to recruit which I will train my downline to do.

If anyone is from the UK I would love to hear from you. Maybe we can organise a monthly meet and greet to recruit some people.

Hope to hear from you.

Ed


Title: Re: New Member From London UK
Post by: KottilathS on July 15, 2006, 01:17:54 PM
Hello Ed
This is Sam from London. Been around for just few weeks. Not a Guru in MLM yet have some experiences with other MLM Industries, Hoping to see GDI grow.


Title: Re: New Member From London UK
Post by: EdwardGreen on July 17, 2006, 10:23:01 AM
Hi Sam,

Thanks for the welcome id you ever want to chat PM me I will send my mobile number. Maybe we can do something together,

Ed


Title: Re: New Member From London UK
Post by: EdwardGreen on July 17, 2006, 10:25:26 AM
Hi,

I dont want to get off on the wrong foot but all of you that think I am here to purchase lame programs through your affiliate links think again.

The payitforward affiliates who seem to want me to sign up with them have a look at this site that is about one of the owners of payitforward http://www.paul-birdsall.info/ I must say this isn't my site or anythiong to do with me. I DO research alll links sent to me.

I hope this isn't a place where all are trying to sell to all without any real value.

I am a wealth of information and love to pass it on. I will be helped 10 fold by helping others "karma"

Ed

 


Title: Hi from UK!
Post by: Richard_P on August 02, 2006, 10:25:18 AM
Hi guys,

          Brand new to the system, literally signed up 20 mins ago. Seems an excellent oportunity, im looking forward to getting to know you people and grow my business!!

Any advice for the brand new member?

Cheers,

Rich.


Title: Re: Hi from UK!
Post by: Baa Abora on August 03, 2006, 07:37:55 PM
Hello there,
I am new to GDI business as well but nice to hear from someone in UK.
There is the possibility that the UK market is still under subscribed and
therefore must be exploited as soon as possible.
What do you think about organising GDI members in UK as a TEAM for
meeting purposes?

Regards
Baa Abora


Title: Re: Hi from UK!
Post by: Steve Frost on August 04, 2006, 10:58:07 AM
hi there im from the uk aswell, really lookin forward to work with this product.
nice to see other people from the uk :)


Title: Re: Hi from UK!
Post by: Phillip_R on August 04, 2006, 11:33:14 AM
Cool! A UK Owners Club  8)

Phill


Title: Hello from Newstead, East Midlands, UK.
Post by: B Nicholson on August 08, 2006, 01:24:24 PM
Hello people,
 I'm a Silver Surfer, (61) just started with GDI and looking forward to making some money and having fun with it. ::) Maybe I'm a bit green, but I'm ready to learn...
I do know this much, reading around the forum is a good way of getting questions answered - even before you ask them.
I'll be around... See you all.
Nick.


Title: Re: Hi from UK!
Post by: ERoss on August 10, 2006, 04:20:05 PM
hi my name is eddie i'm also from the uk very new and also a bit cautious after being ripped off a couple of times but must admit this does seem to all add up and be on the level........................................see you all at the top


Title: Hey im andy from the uk
Post by: AndrewPhillips on August 14, 2006, 05:59:59 PM
Hi im andy, hope your all ok, just posting to say a quick hello as im new to all this:)


So HELLO!!!


Title: Newbie
Post by: Hazel_M on August 14, 2006, 05:59:59 PM
Hi Im hazel and a newbie from the UK! I have always wanted to get into internet marketing, I am 21 weeks pregnant so have taken this oppertunity with the free 7 day trial so that I can work and look after my son when he is born in 4 months time!! Anyone got any good tips for starting out? Its my first day And dont have a clue what to put on my site!

Hazel 


Title: Re: Hey im andy from the uk
Post by: LesleyPearce on August 15, 2006, 08:17:46 PM
Hi to Andy and to Hazel, I'm Lesley, also from the UK. It looks as though I know about as much as you do. This is my first day also. I havn't worked out how to put the smiley faces into my messages, so I am going to find it difficult to make a web page.
When I find something that could help us, I will send it on to you if you like.

Best of luck, we'll get there in the end.

Lesley.




Title: Re: Hey im andy from the uk
Post by: LeeR on August 16, 2006, 10:17:54 AM
Hi,

Im Lee also from the UK and by the sounds of it in the same boat as im new to this too.

If anyone has any tips to get me started then they would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards to all


Title: New Member
Post by: Hazel_M on August 16, 2006, 10:22:21 AM
Hi I am a new member here from the UK, but currently visiting Canada! I joined 14th August after my boyfriend joined up on 11th August! Im not allowed to work in canada and currently pregnant, I thought I was here for 6 months but not allowed to fly home until feb! So its a great way of getting around the problem!  :) Plus GDI has given me the great opportunity of being able to look after my baby and work at the same time! I always wanted to do internet marketing or something along thoes lines from home just didnt know where to start! Hopefully it will be a success for me too. May sound a silly question but how do people get their personal pic onto their profile?

Take care

Hazel


Title: HELLO
Post by: RobertGonzalez on August 17, 2006, 11:00:42 AM
I`m very excited to have found gdi through my sponsor and look forward to all that they have to offer.


Title: New Member Here
Post by: MarcyM on August 17, 2006, 11:00:42 AM
Hello, I am new to the board and would like to introduct myself...My name is Marcy and I am from Ohio..I am a founding director with Marlo Quinn, a new Direct Sales company offering natural skin care products for the family...I am excited about bringing these 2 companies together in my effort promote my business. I look forward to learning more....Marcy


Title: Re: Hey im andy from the uk
Post by: GeraldReading on August 22, 2006, 02:44:27 AM
Hi Andy how are you ?

We are new also , this is our first visit to the forum

it looks good
where are you based? How is the business with you ?

                                                                                   Mary & Gerald


Title: Hello from the UK
Post by: Angela Gregg on August 23, 2006, 02:53:49 PM
Hi,

I'm just using my 7 day trial to take a look at this opportunity.  For those who have been around a little can you give me 10 reasons why I should join up for real?

I'm on the fence and need a little more presuading........

Look forward to hearing from you all....

Angel


Title: Re: Hello from the UK
Post by: Dorde Petrovic on August 24, 2006, 01:02:59 AM
Hi !
I am from UK and on 7 day trial !!!
Thnik i will give myself 4-5 months to see how it goes.
Worst thing , i wil loose 30-40 pounds wich is not bad  ;)
But i wil know for sure can i do it or not !!!
Good luck to you !


Title: Re: Hello from the UK
Post by: Phil Yates on August 25, 2006, 04:06:42 AM
hi Angela , I am also from the UK I have been signed up with GDI for a few months now and i am making money , not as much as i would like , but that is due to the fact that i have been lazy and let it take a back burner for a while , but i have to admit it is a great product and it is all down to spending soem time promoting via email or word of mouth .
 I am going to be giving it some serious time over the next few months and i am confident i WILL !!!! make some good money .
 the product is excellent . good luck and hey for £6.50 a month thats a low risk .
keep me informed how it goes for you .
Regards Phil .


Title: uk members
Post by: Phil Yates on August 26, 2006, 09:37:03 AM
Hi to all , I am new here and would like to hear from any new or longstanding new members to get the business going , Cheers Phil .


Title: Hello to all
Post by: HildaB on August 28, 2006, 05:18:02 AM
Just to introduce myself. I,m new, I am in the uk. My name is Hilda and I hopeless at this forum thing.


Title: Re: Hello to all
Post by: Marcus McCullough on August 28, 2006, 05:41:07 AM
Hilda-

You cant be to hopeless, you are here and posting thats mor than a lot of people.  I say your not hopeless, you are on your way!! :o

Best of Luck and keep using the Forum it is a great resource.

Regards,
Marcus McCullough


Title: Re: Hello from the UK
Post by: Julian S on August 29, 2006, 07:45:20 AM
Hi there it is definately a low risk and considering the fact that you have total control over your web site and the contents you can put into it I think it is excelent value for money. You would be more than welcome to check out our web site. If it can give you any ideas great. Just enjoy and have fun
regards
Julian and Jayne


Title: Newbie from UK
Post by: P David on August 30, 2006, 02:15:02 PM
Hi all,

Just joined today from the UK.

Seems things move along very quickly here, but if you are getting solid results then I guess that's great! Looking forward to learn from the
seniors in the forum.

David  :)


Title: Hi I'm new from UK
Post by: P David on August 31, 2006, 03:25:41 AM
Hi all,

My name is David Phillips and I'm from the UK.

Looking forward to getting started on this exciting development.

David


Title: Hello Everyone from UK
Post by: Caroline T on September 08, 2006, 08:36:01 AM
I am from England UK and I would like to meet others from England.   ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Jon A on September 10, 2006, 02:09:56 PM
Greetings all, my names Jon. Im from Nottingham. Signed up to GDI yesterday Im very much looking forward to meeting you all and sharing ideas with everyone. I guess I have a lot to learn.....but you have to start somewhere right?

Cheers,   Jon



Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Tony T on September 16, 2006, 10:56:04 PM
Hi Everyone, I'm Tony from the North East of England.

Joined this week and looking forward to building this business.

Not new to networking, been out of it for a while, but jumped back in when I saw GDI.

Will be building this steadily using all the methods I've learnt over the years.

Remember:
'A true leader has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions,
and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not set out to be a leader,
but becomes one by the quality of his actions and the integrity of his intent. In the end,
leaders are much like eagles... they don't flock together, you find them one at a time’.

Regards,

Tony T  ;)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Phil Yates on September 19, 2006, 01:53:50 PM
 ;) Hi to all in the UK , My name is Phil and i am soon intending to retire form the Fire Service after 32 years service and want to explore the world of GDI , being a new member and always looking to share Ideas and marketting methods . I have started by ordering the business cards from GDI in the us and they are impressive but not the cheapest i suppose , left some around Manchester on a night out with my wife ( she wasnt impressed) left them in bars , waiters hands when paying bill , toilet mirrors etc had a few calls and a few hits , Waiting for the sign ups yet , .
 Going to be posting through letter boxes and on winscreens to . Will keep you all up to date ,
 Sure we can crack this uk market if we think together  !!!!!!!!
Hear from you all soon . Cheers Phil  from Wigan ( yes pie eating land , but famous for our Rugby legends !!!!!!!!!)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Mike_S on September 20, 2006, 09:39:18 AM
Hi,

Mike here from Loughton, Essex. I just signed up with GDI a couple of days ago so i`m just feeling my war around a little at present but i`m very pleased to meet everyone :)

I was thinking would it be possible for some of us to start an advertising co-op? If we clubbed our resources together we could perhaps have enough funds to advertisie in places such as the  The Sun; The Mirror and the Sunday papers etc? Any leads could be shared equally among us and of course we could offer our prospects the opportunity to join our advertisng club as a `carrot` for joining GDI in our team?  Please let me know what you think?..

Wishing you the best!

Kind regards
Mike Spearing




Title: Hi Phil from Mike in England..
Post by: Mike_S on September 20, 2006, 09:46:31 AM
Hi Phil

Mike here from Loughton Essex I wiish you all the best with your retirement from the Fire Service. My nephew was a Fireman at Barking until he retiired about 10 yeares ago due to an injury but again Phil  all the best with your retirement :)

I`m on my 3rd day of the 7 day trial at present. Having read many  of the postings on this forum from people in the UK I was wondering if it would be feasible for some of us to start an advertisng co-op. I`m thinking along the lines of each of us paying in a set figure per-month and with the money pooled we could maybe advertise in places such as The Sun; The Daily Mirror and even the Sunday papers? If enough people joined the co-operative we could advertise in many different places and we could also offer as a `carrot` so to speak the opportunity for each of the  prospects generated from the advertising to join the co-operative. The leads would obviously be shared equally between the co-op members, the only problem would be that we would need to set-up a feeder website so that the prospect is signed up in  the correct co-op member`s team. Please let me know what you reckon Phil, and also any other readers of this posting from the UK would be greatly appreciated?

Best regards
Mike Spearing       


Title: NOTTINGHAM
Post by: MartinDimartino on September 24, 2006, 04:19:36 PM
Hi all.

I just signed up. I'm 20 and from Nottingham.
I'm a bit scared by all this.
I agree with the points made here, that brits are difficult, I too thought this was a con at first, but you have to sorta work at it to make it work for you.

How do I market this to the Americans then? Or even brits? If I get, say ONE person to sign up, how much money would I make?

Thanks and happy selling, all.

Martin


Title: Re: NOTTINGHAM
Post by: Edwin_C on September 25, 2006, 03:06:25 AM
Hi all.

I just signed up. I'm 20 and from Nottingham.
I'm a bit scared by all this.
I agree with the points made here, that brits are difficult, I too thought this was a con at first, but you have to sorta work at it to make it work for you.

How do I market this to the Americans then? Or even brits? If I get, say ONE person to sign up, how much money would I make?

Thanks and happy selling, all.

Martin

 ;D
Hi,

I too am "a new boy".

I agree with you Martin!

Just at the moment I am lost but give me 6 months I and I may have got the hag of things.

Edwin.


 :)


Title: Re: Just Joined
Post by: Stan Williams on September 26, 2006, 09:10:19 AM
I have just joined GDI about a week ago I am from the UK. North Wales. This looks good, I have just purchased some leads from the site, has anybody had any response from these leads?

Regards
Stan


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: CatherineR on September 27, 2006, 07:51:52 AM
Hi Everyone,

Brand-newbie Katie here from West Yorkshire (Bronte Country area). Dont have a clue how to promote as yet, but will work on it. No leads from my emails, I cannot understand why as i thought the video was excellent and signed up straight away.

Nice to meet you all.

Katie


Title: Hello from Southampton UK
Post by: A_Boulton on September 29, 2006, 10:50:51 AM
Hello, I am Arthur, anyone willing to show me around?


Title: Greetings From Sunny UK
Post by: MarcusW on October 22, 2006, 10:07:45 AM
Hi,

My name is Marcus, just joined today. Although actually it's not that sunny, just raining. I just thought I would say a quick hello as i am really excited about this opportunity. I look forward to reading through the many posts here and picking up some good ideas.

Thanks


Marcus


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: ShaunR on November 03, 2006, 11:57:12 AM
Hi, I´m Shaun from Darlington, UK

I´m NEW to this kind of program,
how do I start making some REAL money - QUICKLY ?

Any advice or help will be gratefully accepted.  ;D



Title: Hello from London
Post by: Denis Menton on November 04, 2006, 02:37:27 AM
Hi to all in GDI forum.

I live in London UK and have been with GDI for about three months now.

I hope to contribute positively to the forum in the future.

Denis


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MUTODZA FUNGAYI on November 09, 2006, 02:35:29 PM
hi  i live in essex am findind it difficult to get any bvusiness my way like most have said i am a bit hesitant to approach anyone in uk  am still unsure of what to do yet

any idaes

was getting worried that there werent any people from the uk doind this

has anyone actually started earning big money yet or actually received a cheque yet am curious

i want to be persistant nearly cancelled but now determined to see this thru

please help

will the cheques be in dollars or pounds

looking forward to my first paycheque


Title: Calling All UK Members!!
Post by: Richard_P on November 17, 2006, 04:12:20 AM
Hi,

   I have been a GDI member for a few months now and i would like to hear from people in the UK and how they are finding it. I have some very valuable information that may be of interest but it is only really valid in the UK and Europe.

Cheers guys

Rich.


Title: Hello to the WORLD from the UK
Post by: RickDale on November 20, 2006, 11:40:50 AM
Hello from Rick in the UK, and I can say that I am very excited indeed to be joining GDI for a long and fortune filled future with all of you around the world.  If anybody can throw any tips and helping suggestions my way I would be very gratefull indeed.

Yours

Rick


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Phil Yates on November 22, 2006, 12:27:32 AM
Hi To all in the Uk I am a new member here and would like to hear any top tips for promoting in the as it must be wide open ,
HOW DO I GET A MAILING LIST ?? as i would try this first as some postings seem to have good results . I am in the Wigan area near Manchester , Cheers phil .


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Paul Williams on November 24, 2006, 03:01:19 AM
Hi
I've just registered with GDI, looking to earn an extra income. Having read some of the comments on this forum it appears there is more success in marketing this product in the US. Can anbody point me in the right direction to find out how to market to our friends accross the sea!
Thanks
Paul


Title: Hello from the UK
Post by: Woodward_H on November 30, 2006, 04:39:43 PM
My name is Harry Woodward and I have just begun my business with GDI. I would be grateful for adivce from anyone in the UK.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Peter_G on December 02, 2006, 06:41:31 AM
Hi all
I've just joined GDI today. I heard about it from a guy I do business with, he's in Scotland and I'm in Reading, Berkshire.
 
I've been involved with MLM previously on a couple of occasions but never succeeded in making any real money.  A little bit on the fringe but no more.

Any body concerned about the relative lack of activity in the UK should look at this as a POSITIVE

A couple of tips:

  • Talk to everybody
  • e-mail everybody you know - no spam!
  • A NO is not a personal rejection, it's just not something they want to do right now

good luck to all

Peter


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Kim Wong on December 09, 2006, 04:29:28 AM
Howdy All,
           since I'm from the UK I thought I would say Hi, I'm in Paris now, but came here from Edinburgh, not many non-french speakers in Paris!!!!, bit of a struggle really but I survive, trust all is going well with you guys


Kim
Paris


Title: Say hello
Post by: DavidL3 on December 11, 2006, 12:29:30 PM
Hi everyone
would like to say hello to all of you ,am very pleased to be herejust set up my website waiting to see how it looks and present it to the search engines.
I live in England not far from heathrow airport.speak to you all later when i am up and running
                                              DL3


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: RosieC on January 05, 2007, 02:02:26 AM
Just to say hi, I'm in Oxford and if anything is organised re marketing etc please let me know.

Meanwhile I'm going to email everyone who's ever bought anything from me on ebay ... I think that's legal  :)

Rosie  


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: DennisWhite on January 08, 2007, 01:16:48 AM
Hi,
My name is Dennis White and I live in Devon. GDI is excellent and I advertise on the net and also buy leads when I can. I use the autoresponder "getresponse" and they seem to do a fair job. I am looking for any ways in whichI can attract other people to GDI. Any suggestions?


Title: New Member
Post by: Steve Cook on January 12, 2007, 03:38:40 PM
Hi ... Steve from South Wales signing in for the first time.

I've reading a lot of the comments posted regarding the British attitude and reluctantly I have to agree. But that's not to say we are all the same! I know many positive and forward thinking people and am pleased to be one of them. I think the one thing you've all seemed to overlook is the fact that this opportunity is a global one, and not limited to the UK. With a little imagination, some 'surfing' on the net and some careful research, I'm pretty sure some of you can come up with some very good and lucrative marketing ideas - you just need to look 'outside the box'. The thing I've found with UK folk is that the trend is general lethargy ... why should I get off my butt and work? Life owes me a living, so why aren't I rich? Will it affect my benefit (welfare) payments? What - I've got to work for it!?

Unfortunately this is today's general UK attitude - a black picture I know, but, with a lot of the UK economy going to foreign manufacturing locations and 1000's of people losing their occupations/careers, an ever increasing stealth tax policy by our spend today sod tomorrow Government, I suppose the majority tend to be pessimistic rather than optimistic. But if the reason is big enough then the facts don't count. You just need to have a big enough reason!

Sorry to barge with all guns blazing on the first run, but it had to be said!

Stick with it - there ain't no free lunch.

Steve


Title: Could this really be the end of my quest??
Post by: James Utterson on January 15, 2007, 10:47:10 PM
Hi all

It's James from London here.....but originally from Scotland!! ( I moved South cos it's a bit warmer down here)  :-\

I have been online for about 2 years basically helping lots of other people get rich.... as I got poorer >:(

Had just about given up hope of finding the path to freedom and financial independence when I literally stumbled across G.D.I.
GDI...God Damn Incredible (excuse the language mother).

I am sure that this is an opportunity like no other. Great product, simple to operate, minimum outlay and best of all a lucrative lifetime income...tell me I am not dreaming!!

Admittedly I am a complete beginner to network marketing so I wont give up the day job just yet. However I am going to take the long term view and build my business until I can tell my boss....you're fired!!   ;D

Then as I build further who knows...retire to the Bahamas or Hawaii.....now they are definitely warmer than Scotland! 8)

All help and advice will be gratefully received  :) or if you just want to say hello please do so, especially if you are in the UK.

Well I'll get off now and let you read someone else's intro.

Regards
James










Title: Re: New Member
Post by: Christine MacIntyre on January 17, 2007, 08:27:21 PM
Hello Everyone!

Thought I would introduce myself! I'm Christine from bonnie Scotland.

Its a little bit snowy where I am, its fantasic.

I have been playing around with my site and trying to get downlines, I have had a few hits but thats about it!
I know I have to be patient though!  It's really exciting to see that people have actually visited my website. Hehe!

Can't wait for the decent results!

Look forward to speaking to you all.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Amanda Russell on January 20, 2007, 05:58:19 AM
Hello All!
My name is Amanda and I am a Londoner living in West Yorkshire. I am also new to GDI. The concept seems good, no reason why it can't work! It would be good to network with UK members, please feel free to pm me.
Good luck to everyone!
Amanda.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Steve P on January 22, 2007, 02:49:50 AM
Hi

Steve from Edinburgh. I have been involved in loads of MLM 'opportunities' and still looking for the one that will make me rich! I will be the one.

I think it will be best for me to promote the product and the opportunity at the same time. If you sign up for the product then it should be easy to get others to do the same using all the tools. The principles of MLM are fundamentally the same and so I have loads of experience there. I have only been with GDI for three days and already have two in my downline. My sponsor is very supportive even though he is in Australia!

I look forward to reading lots of interesting and usual forum postings.

Be prosperous!


Title: I'm a new member
Post by: PaulR1 on January 30, 2007, 08:13:46 AM
 ::)Hello everyone, I'm a new member from the UK, any advice on getting new mwmbers to join is welcomed, Thanks.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: PaulR1 on January 30, 2007, 03:53:19 PM
 ???Hi Ron, Essex calling. I've just joined. I don't have any real ideas for marketing the product yet apart from the American market.
I think I'll try e-mailing different people in a variety of countries and see which comes up trumps. Paul.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Janet Matthews on February 12, 2007, 03:25:43 PM
Hi Kevin - I love your sense of humour (your obviously a northerner  :D)

I am very new to all of this but look forward to getting lots of ideas from all the Brits on the forum. I haven't even managed to locate the site builder as yet >:(

Janet


Title: GREAT TO BE HERE...
Post by: CliveAnderson on February 23, 2007, 03:53:13 PM
Greetings Everyone,

It is great to be here.

I always look forward to making new friends, and I’m looking forward to making some here too.

I have been online now for over three years.

I also Admin my own Free to post ads Forum.

I'd like to think that I have built up a fairly varied knowledge on Internet Marketing, Systems and
other Online factors that are beneficial and can be utilised in order to help or assist others on their
journeys to achieving their goals.

“Success is Knowing that which we truly desire in Life
and Never Losing Site of  The Plan to Achieve It”!


Winning is Looking Success in the Face and Grabbing It!

To your continued success


Clive Anderson
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JohnP1 on March 18, 2007, 09:04:02 AM
Hi Everyone,
                 I have just recently joined within the last week, so I am quite new to all this. I must admit I took some convincing myself, thinking "this must be a con" and "if it looks too good, then it must be  a scam". Thankfully my sponsor who introduced me to this and who I trust convinced me to take the plunge.
I am originally from Edinburgh but I have been living in London for many years now, I wish everyone success and all the best


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MNicdao on March 18, 2007, 09:30:22 AM
Hi John
Welcome to GDI and wishing you all the best.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Susan_R on March 22, 2007, 12:32:40 PM
Hi all,

Have just joined and am hoping this will be as successful as my other MLM business which is UK based only.  As I'm into multiple income opps. I thought that worldwide and web-based would be even better.

I'm hoping I can work my way through everything that I need to do in order to market this successfully.  If anyone has any tried and tested tips then I'm all ears.

I'm in Staffordshire by the way.


Title: Brand new member from UK
Post by: Paul Rane on March 25, 2007, 06:21:21 PM
Hi Everyone,

I joined GDI a while ago but now have started to become a little more active. It seems difficult in the UK to get going, America are miles ahead. Consequently I feel a bit lost and alone in UK.

I found GDI whilst involved with another UK affiliate organisation, an upline sponsor told me all about it. Looks exciting. Have built a web-site but have questions about some bits and pieces! In fact I've got loads of questions.

Anyway looking forward to speaking to anyone out there.

Paul


Title: Re: Brand new member from UK
Post by: Edward Gause on March 25, 2007, 09:38:29 PM
Ask away Paul!  You're get plenty of answers here.


Title: New Member
Post by: JimSinclair on May 02, 2007, 03:07:14 AM
Hi there from the UK.   Hope that I can find new friends and helpmates here

Jim Sinclair


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MasonJohn on May 02, 2007, 05:39:58 PM
HI EVERYBODY, ITS JOHN FROM MIDDLESBROUGH. UK
I READ THE COMMENTS ABOUT  US BRITS BEING SCEPTICAL, IF I WERE YOU , I WOULD THINK MORE POSITIVE ABOUT GETTING BRITS TO SIGN UP, LOOK AT IT AS A UNTAPPED MARKET.
I HAVE ONLY RECENTLY SIGNED UP TO GDI, I HAVE ORDERED 1000 CARDS TO DISTRIBUTE, MY TIP IS TO THINK OFF PEOPLE  WHO WORK PART TIME AND NEED A SECOND INCOME, LIKE  STUDENTS, GO TO SOME BARS WHERE THEY ALL DRINK, GIVE SOME OUT TO 10 OR TWENTY PEOPLE, ASK THE SECURITY ON THE DOOR OF THE  UNIVERSITY IF YOU COULD PIN SOME ON THE NOTICE BOARD, ALSO IF YOU ARE TO   CONCIOUS       TO WALK ROUND YOUR LOCAL ESTATE POSTING THEM ,  GO SOMEWHERE  NOBODY KNOWS YOU, PUT THEM ON CAR WINDOW SCREENS.  PS ITS A MARATHON NOT A SPRINT, PLEASE ANYBODY LET ME KNOW HOW YOU GET ON , GOOD LUCK  JOHN


Title: Gary from the UK
Post by: GaryCoffey on May 03, 2007, 03:50:51 PM
   hi everyone, my name is Gary i live in the uk

    became a new member today  3/5/2007 or as the americans say  5/3/2007      :)

   Glad to see some people on here from my side of the world

   we are a very small part of the world compared to America

   looking forward to this new business adventure


     Good luck to all

      Gary Coffey


 


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: DaveHayes on May 04, 2007, 03:43:30 PM
Hi Gary...

Dave Hayes here a fellow UKer.How did you hear about this business? personally speaking this is 1 of 2 of the best Internet opps around.

On the subject of GDI how are you advertising it?.If you need any help I'll be happy to oblige wit ha few pointers if you wish ok.

Cheers and goodluck for now

Dave


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: David Lockton on May 09, 2007, 04:40:42 PM
Dave
I have been with GDI for a while and I have honestly done nothing with it, but I am going to start pushing along, if you
have any inspirational ideas I am certainly interested.

By the way I live near Peterborough in Cambridgeshire.

Thanks
Dave


Title: Hello! i'm Francisco from United Kingdom
Post by: FConceicao on May 22, 2007, 05:31:55 PM
Hi i'm new and i hope to enjoy this new adventure with all of you.
Thanks
Francisco


Title: Haloo from UK
Post by: BernardNielsen on May 26, 2007, 08:18:49 AM
Hallo everyone

I have just joined this forum on reccomendation form a friend....

It is great to be a member of this fabulous global community...

As a professional forex trader I always look forward to get new contacts which are beneficial for network marketing.

Personal reccomendation is always the best way of getting new leads and running a successful business. Also a great way for making new friends and having fun too.

I really look forward to hearing from you.

Best regards

Bernard R Nielsen

Forex Trader 



Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Paul Warren on May 29, 2007, 03:10:35 PM
Hi Ron,

How's it going.

I am from Uk too and use various methods to promote.

Online stick to us as market still huge.

Off line try bootsales , country fairs etc with flyers.

If you are still after 0800 number contact me I can get you one for £2 pm.

Good luck to you.

Paul





Title: Hi from the UK!
Post by: Tony C on June 04, 2007, 02:51:34 AM
Well, basically, just joined after recieving a "friend" invite from "BlackOlive" (Filip Marinkovic) on my "myspace" page.  ::)   The reason I joined so quickly is because I love the personalised presentation video.....WOW Great!
Also, once I sighned up.....for my free trial.....I went to my affiliate page.........and tried something called "affiliate theft", which basically means taking the above referal URL and cutting off my ID....like this......http://www.freedom.ws/... >:(....I was EXTREMELY happy to note that if you do that, then try to sign up as an affiliate........you actually need an "access code" to join up!  ;D   So all of those nasty terrible despicable sneaky affiliate commission thieves out there are FORCED to sign up under "someone" .....if not me.......then they are at least forced to find an acess code from another affiliate......and this makes me VERY happy!!!   ;D
Anyway, thats it for now......only been a member for about an hour or so......but so far......I am quietly impressed.  ;)


Title: Hi, am in UK
Post by: Levy_M on June 05, 2007, 04:07:20 PM
Hi, I've been with this company for months now, but have not been working with it as i have been very busy with college. I want to give it a go now and see what comes out of it. So far I do not have and any members who joined through me. i want to start by building my website but i would like to know if I pay extra for the hosting service, exterior to the 10$ I pay every month. Thanx.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MNicdao on June 06, 2007, 08:11:53 PM
Hi Levy
The monthly $10 US dollar includes website,hosting,support,10 email addresses and domain name.
Hope that helps.
Fellow associates
Manuel


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MCraven on June 07, 2007, 04:33:24 PM
Hi new member here 6-7-2007.


Title: Hello from the UK
Post by: Gordon Milton on June 12, 2007, 03:14:33 AM
Hi.

I'm Gordon Milton as my username confirms. I Live in Cheshire, in the UK.

Cheers,

Gordon


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Darren T on June 15, 2007, 09:18:24 AM
Hi everyone!

Just thought I would give this opportunity a chance lol It doesn't seem like a 'get rich quick' scheme which is why I am trying it.

hope it all goes well for us all ;o)


Title: HI
Post by: AnneB on June 17, 2007, 06:58:05 AM
Hi I joined a couple of days ago, but was unable to post due to a pc infection,  but i am back online now, so just wanted to say hi i am from the UK, never done this much before and have been sent an email about a new prospect, can someone tell me what i send them? or where i can find out what to do with them...sounds rude doesnt it... thanks


AnneB


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: S Julian on June 30, 2007, 12:10:03 PM
Hi Anne
if you are sending emails to people I suggest that you use the invite form in the GDI back office. Imput their name and email address and it will send a series of emails out automatically.
best regards
julian


Title: Re: Hi, am in UK
Post by: S Julian on June 30, 2007, 12:10:03 PM
Hi, I've been with this company for months now, but have not been working with it as i have been very busy with college. I want to give it a go now and see what comes out of it. So far I do not have and any members who joined through me. i want to start by building my website but i would like to know if I pay extra for the hosting service, exterior to the 10$ I pay every month. Thanx.
Everything is include in the price it is a great hosting service and it uploads and is live very quickly. It has a little limitation regarding php but I have found this to be no problem. Enjoy and I hope it is fruitful for you.
Regards
Julian


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Julian S on June 30, 2007, 12:10:43 PM
Hi everyone!

Just thought I would give this opportunity a chance lol It doesn't seem like a 'get rich quick' scheme which is why I am trying it.

hope it all goes well for us all ;o)
Hello Darren, you are right about that in some respects but if you are planning to work this for a year or two and it brings in returns of a few thousand each and every month I would call that getting rich quick. Speak to as many people as you can regarding this and put out flyers and business cards where ever you go. Offlinee advertising is extremely effective.
regards
julian


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JamieH on July 01, 2007, 06:40:36 AM
Hi, i too am from UK and just joined the business opp,  aside from pumping people into the invite section, why dont you try FREE ad sites and promote on of your .ws biz opp domains and people will naturally go there,  feel free to contact me  with any questions,   and we can bounce ideas off each other.  Jamie Holt

To Your Success


Title: new member
Post by: VeronicaEvans on July 06, 2007, 12:01:06 PM
Hello everyone im a new member from england.
would be interested to hear how some of you
are doing. and any tips are very welcome.
thank you ;)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: ArmourR on July 31, 2007, 03:35:03 AM
Hi,
Join up today and spent most of this evening going through everything.
Already sent email invites to 24 people and I have downloaded Colour flyer ready for printers tomorrow.

By big concern so far is the unfair disadvantage we UK people have.

Part of the Getting started PDF talks quite a lot about the power of using the DVDs. Ok makes sense so I thought I'd go and order some. But, the International shipping rates are massively expensive!!!
I thought it would be great to send them individually to prospects but not with P&P at $83 a time!!!

As GDI states it is 37th fastest growing business in 500Inc list might it be worth setting up a UK and or Europe base to look after it's customers on this side of the pond?

Any ideas on how I get my mitts on some DVDs without having to pay astronomical shipping rates?

Thanks
Rich


Title: hey hey starting today
Post by: RonDennis on August 03, 2007, 01:03:54 PM
Hey Guys
My name is Ronnie from Scotland uk
I have been a member for a loooong time
however a few heart attacks got the better
of me for a while  ::)
Anyway i kept this .ws site paid up because i had a feeling in me water
(as my mamie used to say  ;D) that it is a good way to go
so now it is a new startng point so i am off to read read read  ;D ;D
you all take care
oh i joined under brad(myonlineincome) so if you are about any tips greatfully received ;) ;D
and sorry it has been so long  :-[


Title: Re: hey hey starting today
Post by: Gina_Brown on August 05, 2007, 12:15:10 PM
Hello Ronnie,

I am a little new, just came on board last month and am already seeing the potential... I hope things are better for you physically and that you are able to locate your upline again and get some tips.. If not maybe you can find some people through the forums here to help get you kicked off to a great start!

Best Regards!
Gina


Title: hi this is peter from the uk saying hello to the world
Post by: PeterMcgrath on August 06, 2007, 02:57:36 PM
jiust joined last week no sign ups yet but
working on it reckon it will start to happen soon


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MarkKelly on August 10, 2007, 03:08:59 PM
Mark from the Scotland ..........  ;D


Title: Hi from Brighton in the UK
Post by: Terry_S on August 11, 2007, 06:23:09 PM
Hi

My name is Terry Stewart and I have been with GDI for some time know. I just like to say this is a fantastic business and I was excited  at the beginning and I am still excited know.

Terry


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: James H2 on August 13, 2007, 05:44:30 AM
HI Jim from the midlands UK,  anybody have an idea how much postage costs would be for GDI biz cards from US
Jim. ::)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: O Patrick on August 31, 2007, 08:19:10 AM
Hi there!
Im from Milton Keynes in uk

Very New!
:)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Ray Cassidy on September 08, 2007, 05:37:43 AM
Hallo there one and all, this is Ray with the Northern View fresh to this game and raring to earn a ... living at the very least.
Based in Carlisle, drop me a note if you are near.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: LeondreMowatt on September 12, 2007, 12:05:31 PM
Hi i just joined today, i am from the UK


Title: I would like to introduce myself a new member from Wales UK
Post by: SmithThomas Andrew on September 13, 2007, 08:25:29 PM
My voyage into GDI, starts with Mentorship and Marketing.

The TEAM, of which I am part of is the Colinwood House Team.

Here, is a TEAM full of like minded Business people, who want to
work together to achieve a successful Internet Business.

If that is you, and it's what you are looking for, then by all means
come by and see what we are all about.

Thanks for reading my message
Thom Smith


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: LydiaA on September 26, 2007, 04:59:48 AM
Hi,

I'm Lydia from London. I've been with GDI for 2 months and had success! I've found few ways to advertise which are very effective, even with people in the UK. Hope you're all well. Keep up the good work!

Lydia


Title: Newbie (sort of) and confused (from the UK)
Post by: Wendy Foster on September 29, 2007, 08:01:02 PM
Hi everyone. 

I joined up about 1 months ago and all I have done since then is showcased my page on traffic exchanges without any success (surprise, surprise), although that is how I signed up.  I am not familiar with internet marketing and don't know how to do web pages, etc etc.  BUT I am enthiusiastic and willing to put in lots of hard work.  I have been bombarded with emails with offers of help and asking me to sign up to marketing schemes (at a cost of course), but funds are tight and I don't have the money to spend on these things. 

I was going to purchase one of the DVD's to make a start but when I filled in the form the DVD was $2.95 and the shipping was over $70, so it doesn't make it cost effective for me.  Is there a zip download of the DVD anywhere or does anyone here in the UK have one that I can buy from them?

I don't know where to start and desperately need some help.  Is there anyone in the UK living near to the West Midlands that would like to be my GDI buddy, perhaps we could motivate each other?

Any advice would be appreciated.

Wendy



Title: Re: Newbie (sort of) and confused (from the UK)
Post by: M Khan on September 30, 2007, 09:25:25 AM
Hello wendy,
You can go for free ads on forums that is best result oriented way of ads in free.
Our team is good by this way and we getting daily new members to our team.
You can try this in free.
M Khan


Title: Re: Newbie (sort of) and confused (from the UK)
Post by: SimonM1 on October 01, 2007, 04:44:27 AM
Hi Wendy

Not in the UK, just across the water in Dublin, Ireland.  There are plenty of ways of getting free advertising.  I know your getting loads of people wanting you to sign up to this and that, most of which cost more money.  Don't sign up to any of them yet, you can get by for a while without them till you start making some money from this.

IF you'd like send us a personal message and we'll help each other out and keep us both motivated :)

This business can and does work - just make the effort and you'll see how good it is.

Simon
Ireland


Title: Hello from UK
Post by: DavidB6 on October 05, 2007, 03:01:31 PM
Hi All.

My name is Dave from the UK, joined today, although I had heard of GDI ages ago, I never bothered to look into it too much until today, and realised the potential, which proves that people will sign up eventually if they get to hear of GDI enough times.

Anyway nice to meet you all, I look forward to learning a lot from this forum

Dave


Title: Re: Hello from UK
Post by: Terry_S on October 06, 2007, 03:25:49 AM
Hi Dave,
welcome aboard my name is Terry and I am from the UK as well.
This is a really great business and you will learn a lot from this forum.

Terry


Title: Re: Newbie (sort of) and confused (from the UK)
Post by: E_Lee1 on October 07, 2007, 05:41:11 AM
hello everyone well iam kind of a newbie at this thing also but iam kind of enjoying working from  home even tho i didn't earn anything yet but i know i will earn something from this because i have faith in me and the father upstairs
well hopefully i will have something to live with from this website anyways if any of you guys want to work under me would be great and we could help eachother ... help me and i will help you thats for sure .... wells takes cares and my name is Euzebio Lee


Title: Re: Newbie (sort of) and confused (from the UK)
Post by: WarwickB on October 07, 2007, 05:41:11 AM
Hi Wendy. My name is Warwick. I have just signed up with GDI and hope its going to be good. Simons words are encouraging. His advice is good, all these other money making things doing the rounds are rubbish - I have lost allot of money on them so beware!! Hopfully this will be good though. Anyway stay in touch and we can compare notes. All the best. Warwick :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KellyDutton on October 18, 2007, 02:14:10 PM
hi there all kelly form Maidenhead Berkshire, just sighned up and reading all the info looks good but still finding my feet and thinking of the best way to advertise this. Any help would be good from anyone who wants to help chat soon


Title: Not sure I've done this right, but here goes!
Post by: Glyn Reece on October 24, 2007, 03:31:32 AM
Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening [delete those that don't apply]

I "looked" at this system a few years ago, but didn't act, looking at how it's grown, I CAN'T BELIEVE what an idiot I was.
How could I not have seen the potential earlier on?

Anyway, I'm here now, in the UK helping to make the world [and my bank account] a better place.

Thanks to my upline for bringing me in!

Best wishes to all my new found fellow business partners,

Glyn Reece
Why not spend some of your new found wealth with me? 


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Leon Martindale on October 25, 2007, 11:13:20 AM
Hello

I'm from Northampton, yes people do live here, but you wouldn't know it from the response I havn't been getting.

I got a few ideas and will keep going to the bitter end.

Happy to pool ideas if anyone is interested.

Leon Martindale


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: SimonM1 on October 31, 2007, 07:16:07 AM
Hey Everyone, Haven't been near the Forum or the Business for 3+ Weeks, Serious Family Emergency. Its my first day back today. about 1600 emails i have to reply to now. (Thank God for Auto responders  :) )  But lots of new leads and prospects :) always happy to see them.

I'm sure you have all been looking through the forums for idea's, there is tones of stuff in here.

Just find what works for you,  theres lots of really great idea's. 

All of you will need an E-mail Auto Responder,  you can download some good ones for FREE - There is really no sense in buying one,  Wait until you have an income. 
There's plenty of really good email templates in the forum, just copy them into the Auto Responder,  and add your contacts. and let it the work.

Online and Offline there are lots of ways of getting FREE or cheap advertising.  someone wrote, blogs and forums, they are great ways to bring people to your site.  any website that lets you have a profile, or meet new people, I can think of loads of them.  Don't try and sell it, thats the key,  just have it on your profile,  the more people see it the more they will go to your site to check it out.  just put it infront of there eyes,  you don't need to tell them anything about it.

Its really so good to see more people over this side of the world.

Best wishes to all and good look with your new businesses.

Simon.
Dublin,
Ireland


Title: Help with DVDs UK
Post by: Jim Martin on November 07, 2007, 05:35:30 AM
Hi all
I've just signed up a couple of days ago (UK member) and wish to get started using the company DVDs.
Almost at the end of the ordering process, the 'shipping' charges appeared and are, to be brutally honest, ridiculous! I regularly buy heavy books from the States and the 'shipping' is a fraction of the cost.
My upline are aware of this and consequently don't use the DVD system. I contacted 'Support' and they can't(?) help either. I see on this Forum that this issue has been around for at least a couple of years, unbelievable!!!
Can anyone out there help me get hold of these DVDs delivered to the UK at a reasonable price please? (as the DVD system is what the company promotes and anyone I introduce will no doubt have the same issues and probably lose confidence)
Thanks to all for reading.
Jim


Title: hi im new from the uk
Post by: PeteStobbs on November 10, 2007, 03:37:24 PM
hi im pete from the uk just joined gdi today!!!


Title: Hi All...any UK GDI members here??
Post by: Mike Connelly on December 03, 2007, 02:53:46 AM
Looking to chat to any UK based GDI members if there are any here?


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Mike Connelly on December 03, 2007, 03:36:38 PM
Hey Pete


Nice to virtually meet you!


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Daniel Barnes on December 07, 2007, 08:56:26 PM
Hi everyone im from maldon in essex uk just got into this gdi thing looks really good,im gonna give it my all and hopefully make some cash,im still gonna need some help though so any pointers will be appriciated :)


Title: Hello from North Wales - UK
Post by: LJones1 on January 02, 2008, 10:12:42 AM
Hi everyone,

Happy New Year and all that!!

I have been involved with GDI for a few months now, but haven't really got it off the ground, and in someways have given up.

A new year brings new enthusiasm, and i'm hoping to make a success out of my GDI business.

I'm sure it will take me a few days to get through all the topics on this forum, so just wanted to introduce myself.

Speak soon

Martin Jones


Title: Hi Nick from the UK here
Post by: NickStaley on January 07, 2008, 03:16:44 AM
Hi, everyone,

I just joined under a very dynamic upline here in the UK who have launched a New method of promoting GDI for all members.

Look forward to meeting you here and sharing tips and ideas on how to grow our businesses.

All the best,

Nick



Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: NicoletteJ on January 09, 2008, 04:10:01 PM
Hi I am Nicolette from  croydon. Happy New year to all, just joined GDI, I am quite estatic about it and am putting links all over the place, hope to get some signups as a result. ;) all the best for 2008 ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KPaul1 on January 23, 2008, 08:29:03 AM
HI,

I'm Kay and I'm from Norfolk UK.  I am really excited about GDI and have doubled my monthly expenses in the first week.  I received some business cards today (some I had printed in UK) and went to town with a big smile and handed some out. 

I'm also trying to build my Husband a Driving Instructor Website and I'm finding the builder realy easy after building other sites from scratch.  Also GDI is so cheap.  I paid over £500 for an independent site with all the ranking etc, and got no business back. It went bust last month but I don't give up.  Fate soon pointed me here and I'm here to stay!

Also Hi to Paul Watts, you are in my upline.

Great site Kay, I am new, can I ask how ypu got the images for your site (car in back ground & Ticket)?

And WS images on the bottom?

And the different languages tabs very clever ( what is the welcome message)?

Continued success,

Thank you

Paul


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: DEnglish on January 25, 2008, 07:01:38 PM
I am from the UK. I am a long way from you people over there.
Is there anyone from the UK i can contact regarding GDI. I feel really isolated over here.
It is difficult to contact people by phone as the time difference is really big.
Does anyone know how to get UK leads apart from flyers and business cards.

I know I know too many questions.

Regards Ron Rodwell.



Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KPaul1 on February 10, 2008, 01:12:35 PM
Very good site,

I need some information to help build my site please.

How do you upload the images like the cars?

How did you source the other Business idea sites?  Did you have to pay them to put there Business links on your site?

Thank you for ypur cooperation.

Paul.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: John Hill on February 22, 2008, 04:55:17 AM

Hi All from the Uk,

John from Birmingham, pleased to be with you on this journey... joined yesterday and can see the potential

Would be good to hear from anyone about their experiences of GDI and how we can start riding this wave.

A general question to the group.... Do you think its better to build a long line at level one or help other in the downline to build to level 5?

Many thanks and look forward to speaking to you all soon.

John

 ;D


Title: Hi From London, UK
Post by: Andrew_Copson on February 24, 2008, 01:38:55 PM
Hi,

I am a newbie and I just wanted to introduce myself and say Hi  :)



Title: Greetings from UK
Post by: FrancaI on March 14, 2008, 09:53:35 AM
My name is Chesca. This is excellent because I believe that 'You can have everything you want in life, if you will just help enough other people get what they want'.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Terry_S on March 19, 2008, 10:32:44 AM
Hello Everyone,

My name is Terry and I am from Brighton I was previously from Brixton in south
London.

I am really keen to network with others in the UK and swap notes you can PM
me any time.

I wish everyone plenty of success.

Terry


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK also
Post by: GeraldLongman on March 24, 2008, 02:26:14 PM
Hi All

This is Gerald from the u.k looked at GDI a couple of years ago and QUIT! what a mistake that was, this business has grown tremendously since then, well i'm BACK! (one week in) already sent out my first 100 email with hundreds to go.
Already one person sign up! and that's in one week. And not from those emails either, a friend joined.
Talk to warm list first and everyone you know- its the first move in anything in network marketing.
This time here to stay, it's a long road (you can make it shorter) but had i stayed and stuck to it i would not be putting this message out, it wouild have been> anyone for drive in my aston martin>but sadly no! anyway i have been involved in another network for the past 6 years and its going down hill, so i am taking my experiance with me.
Anyone wants to know anything just fire away.

I have also a seperate web site as well for advertising this opportunity, so if you have website/s post the opportunity on them as well, lots info and tools on this site to use. If not create your own its very simple.
I could write here for ages, but a bit at atime.

I leave you with one VERY BIG TIP - expect lots of no's the formula is plenty of no's and plenty of yes's, numbers game that's all it is, there is no such thing as no no no no no no no no no it's impossible. Give it time and keep going.

I see a question by John Hill i would like to answer - Build a strong front line first then let the leaders appear from that, then you can help to build there team up, it's those people who want to take this business forward that matter.

Another question i see from Ron Rodwell there are lots of ways to get leads in the u.k. contact me on this
Hope that helps, sorry if i am replying to old questions but i don't see any replies to some of them?

Look forward to replies

Gerald
ps Did i post this right?


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: D Rutherford on April 09, 2008, 04:29:53 PM
Hey everyone,

Dave here, Joined GDI with a enthusiastic set mind! I have researched what I can and I hope I can gain success from this! ;)

Being a newbie to this all I wouldent mind some tips and advice on how to really get my downline rolling! I hope others here In kent don't see this as a scam too because thats been my response from them  :P

Good luck everyone, the future looks hopefull!


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Y Perry on April 10, 2008, 03:17:08 PM
Hi boyos
Greetings from sunny wales. I too have just joined, so I hope we can all benefit from this. ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: AliceJ on April 17, 2008, 09:22:11 AM
Hey everyone.

Just joined today. Very excited about the new opportunity and being new to Internet Business I am also looking for tips from more experienced marketers.  :)


Title: Hello from Yorkshire
Post by: Michael_Brown on April 23, 2008, 03:13:48 PM
Hi there my name is Michael Brown and I am from Willerby in East Yorkshire England.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: NeilA on April 26, 2008, 04:57:34 AM
[Hey Tom,

You have to look at how you can sell the product I find before trying to build the business with GDI. I've been around network marketing a while both online and off and it is all about two things: timing and product. When times are hard you need a product which either saves someone money or is absolutely essential to life. GDI doesn't really do the latter but will save anyone wanting a webiste built a few hundred quid. I'd suggest teaching yourself a bit of website building skills (if not get a friend who can) and advertise a self-build website package in your local business ads. That way you'll start to earn a bit of extra money as your GDI downline grows.



Good luck,
Neil.


Title: Hi from Nicola UK
Post by: Nicola Dodds on April 30, 2008, 04:23:31 AM
Just joined and  hoping to make my fortune
based in Bucks


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Michael McCord on June 10, 2008, 12:47:01 PM
Hi everybody,

My name is Michael McCord and I'm based in Liphook in Hampshire. Just joined GDI and using it and a handfull of other things to try and kickstart an Internet career.
I have always had a belief in the Net as a way of making a living but kept on hitting the same walls as you...Its a scam!!! I believe that we will break through eventually and things like the present credit crunch, house values falling and fuel prices rising will help us all.

I would be glad (and grateful) to team up via phone, e-mail or face to face with anyone in the UK so we can discuss what works and what doesn't


Glad to be on board,
Mike


Title: Hello from another Uk Member!
Post by: AntonyAlvarez on June 10, 2008, 12:54:05 PM
Hi folks ;D

Im antony from the speck of dust, on the map called erm...... Oh yes UK ::)

This is the first time ive felt unsure about what to say...lol

anyway ive not long been a customer of GDI and so far ive enjoyed what ive seen  ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: RichardGall on July 01, 2008, 03:41:01 PM
Hey folks,

From the NE of Scotland here, signed up a few days ago and based on some of the dates on these posts I'm 3 years behind many of you. Is the market saturated yet?  Reality is kicking in about how difficult it actually is to generate new leads. After all, what use is a lead if they're not at least as pro-active as I am?  Right now I'm using Traffic Exchange (which frankly, gets views but people aren't interested in the sites, just generating their own credits), plus I've noticed loads of GDI sites on them too. So its not proving very effective.

I'm realising that targeted marketing is what will generate the most effective results long term, but haven't the foggiest on where to begin. I've got ideas of leaving business card ads in books at the library, leaving them on the table when I leave a coffee shop, but this all seems soooo random and down to chance. Like some of you I'm also considering buying leads from GDI, but would like an idea of what exactly the quality of those are.

Other things I'm thinking of include placing ads in local free classifieds, newspapers, or even sending letters to people via postcodes etc, but again, this all feels soooo random. Its difficult to plan or control such randomness, its like leaving your success or failure down to fate more than being pro-active.

Does anyone know of a source where I can acquire details of persons actively looking for such an opportunity and isn't just about selling you crap quality mailing lists etc?  I agree that the UK is a tough nut to crack. Hence my scope is worldwide for maximum benefit, although that does complicate things when it comes to calling etc.

I wish all of us luck, and I'd be happy to talk/discuss/meet anyone (particularly in the UK for ease) about where to go with this.

Cheers,

Richard


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: M_WINDSOR on July 21, 2008, 04:58:57 AM
Hi i am miles i am currently in cheshire, this is all new to me  :o, but i am willing to give it a go, and i have not got a clue how to build my web site and the other stuff



Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Gordon Milton on August 05, 2008, 02:28:30 PM
Hi i am miles i am currently in cheshire, this is all new to me  :o, but i am willing to give it a go, and i have not got a clue how to build my web site and the other stuff



What part of Cheshire? I am near Northwich. Maybe we can meet.

Cheers,

Gordon


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Gordon Milton on August 05, 2008, 02:28:30 PM
[Hey Tom,

You have to look at how you can sell the product I find before trying to build the business with GDI. I've been around network marketing a while both online and off and it is all about two things: timing and product. When times are hard you need a product which either saves someone money or is absolutely essential to life. GDI doesn't really do the latter but will save anyone wanting a webiste built a few hundred quid. I'd suggest teaching yourself a bit of website building skills (if not get a friend who can) and advertise a self-build website package in your local business ads. That way you'll start to earn a bit of extra money as your GDI downline grows.



Good luck,
Neil.

Hi Neil,

When talking about product, I presume you mean the GDI hosting,
website building and email services. If that is correct, I
believe we have to look at things slightly differently.

The GDI hosting, website building and email services is what GDI,
the Company, sells and so their focus is on promoting those
services. But you are not a member of the company. You are a
member of the network, and your focus should be elsewhere.

You can have your hosting cost free, if you build a group of a
dozen GDI affiliates. That would make GDI very competitive,
price-wise, wouldn't you agree?

I think that when times are hard, some people look to save
money, whilst others look for a way to earn more money.

I have always found an abundance of the latter, regardless of
the times being good or bad. I feel it is these that we should
focus on locating and helping.

It is these people that are our true product. It is taking them
as raw recruits and, through familiarising them with a system,
turning them into self-sufficient leaders, capable of building
leaders themselves.

A leader is our true final product, and the more leaders we
build, the greater our success.

Hope this helps,

Gordon


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: VictorPalmer on August 09, 2008, 01:47:01 PM
Hello Ron and the other people from the U.K

I'm Victor and I live in Eastbourne, East Sussex, on the south coast. I've heard good reports about GDI
I'm very new to this networking lark so if anyone has any advice I'd be very grateful.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JanisDolan on August 14, 2008, 03:34:30 PM
Hello Rod, I am Janis, and I live in Manchester, just started today.  How's it going for you?  Your message has had many hits.  Have you broke even yet, at $10 per it should not take long.  Hope to hear from you soon.  Regards Janis :)


Title: BE GENTLY, THIS IS MY FIRST TIME...
Post by: JanisDolan on August 14, 2008, 03:37:33 PM
Hi!  My name is Janis, and am new to the world of internet business, and finding it very interesting, and new to WS, only just begun today.  I live in the UK, and work as a driving instructor, running a vibrant and busy school, but being driven crazy by the amount of work I have to do, and watching my profits plummet with the cost of fuel rising all the time.  How is this going for you...hints, tips, ideas always welcome.   ;)


Title: Re: BE GENTLY, THIS IS MY FIRST TIME...
Post by: Gordon Milton on August 17, 2008, 06:06:09 AM
Hi!  My name is Janis, and am new to the world of internet business, and finding it very interesting, and new to WS, only just begun today.  I live in the UK, and work as a driving instructor, running a vibrant and busy school, but being driven crazy by the amount of work I have to do, and watching my profits plummet with the cost of fuel rising all the time.  How is this going for you...hints, tips, ideas always welcome.   ;)

Hello Janis,

Welcome from another in the UK. I understand much of what you
are experiencing since a friend of mine is suffering as a
driving instructor ,too.

If you are looking for some good advice on how and where to
start with GDI, a good place to start is reading....

http://talk.ws/index.php?topic=547.0

Hope this helps,

Gordon



Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JHeaton on August 19, 2008, 02:27:06 PM
Hi,

The name's Jan and I too am from the UK, feel free to PM me. :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: RickRogers on September 04, 2008, 11:47:36 AM
Hi Global people


Rick from Bristol, Trucking in the UK

is anyone rich yet? ;D


Title: Hello from the UK
Post by: FrancisE on September 18, 2008, 11:41:17 AM
Hi there

What a great place this is... I found GDI by accident and as soon as I saw the presentation and everything, I thought wow, I'd like to be part of this. So I joined up and here I am. I hope that I can have some success with this as I've read some posts where some of you are earning some decent amounts each month. Well all I can say is that I'm glad I'm part of it and here's to the success of each and every one of us  ;)

Cheers
Francis


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: ZahidShah on September 27, 2008, 06:04:07 PM
hi all!
i'm a newbie!
so far i've signed up for GDI and all else under spiderweb except two things i cant remember

what happens now? bhow do i invite more people? what is the GDI website meant to look like? where does the income come in from?

i am all confused

thanks!

zahid
uk


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: John Riley on October 06, 2008, 02:47:23 PM
im from uk but not long joined about a week so cant be to much of a help yet but i got someone under me in a few days but have now since left never mind im not giving up just yet ive just down a better adcampaign see what develops from that


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: J Hallatt on October 10, 2008, 09:16:40 AM
Hi there its James here from Peterborough. The first thing Ive done is create a group on Facebook and send it to all my friends that maybe interested! Us british folk are thick skinned and not so open minded about this sort of stuff.

Getting quality traffic is an artform and the quickest most targeted traffic comes from Google AdWords..... Be very careful though if you haven't done this before...... you really need to know what your doing if you dont want to lose money!!!

Im using a system thats teaching me everything I need to know about running my own internet marketing business, so just give me a shout if you want any info. Its full of training video's etc etc etc which are great.

To everyone's success,
James (Peterborough) ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: D Andrew on October 19, 2008, 06:30:27 AM
Hi All,

I'v just joined up & not doing so good at all im afraid but hey.......dont give up eh?

Im in worcestershire UK


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: GeddesI on October 24, 2008, 06:25:37 AM
Hello, I just signed up to this whole GDI thing, hoping it will be a real success for me  ;D

I am from the UK, Up in Scotland, Aberdeen. I am shocked at how mnay people seem to be on here from UK. I thought I would be alone lol

Hoping to receive any help or tips from anyone about anything to do with this GDI idea. All help will be greatly appreciated as to be honest I am a bit lost and am unsure of what my next step should be ??? I have invited 5 people so far (I know its not a lot :() and have began to work on the website using the website builder.

Whats next ??

Thanks everyone  ;D


Title: Re: Welcome New Members!
Post by: AlanSmith on October 29, 2008, 02:43:31 PM
Big Hi to all
My name is Alan and I am located in the South East of England.
I am of retirement age and since retiring as a Telecommunication engineer some years ago I have retrained and studied Food Safety and Hygiene. (I was for many of my early years engaged in the catering industry). I now teach the necessary Food Hygiene and safety to food Handlers throughout Europe, using the internet and also arranged seminars at clients  premises.  I have joined GDI for an extra income and look forward to working with you all in the course of time. My only complaint at the moment is there does just seem to be enough time, everyone tells me I'm retired , but I don't know what that is.   How I ever had time to go to work I don't know!  But I am loving it and can honestly say I always enjoy life.  I would particulary like to hear from any other elder members .


Title: Re: Welcome New Members!
Post by: EGary on October 29, 2008, 02:43:32 PM
 Hello to everyone! I am Erin and I live in Washington DC! I am looking forward to this new endeavor and just browsing the whole site to see how to make the most of my time and the a great profit from my time invested. I hope that all do well and look forward to learning and working this thing out. Have a Great Day on Purpose!


Title: Re: Welcome New Members!
Post by: Thomas_C on October 29, 2008, 02:43:32 PM
Hello to the WS Community

My name is Catherine, from Toronto Canada and I am a new member two weeks on the job. I am still trying to feel my way around the site and building a marketing strategy. My upline sponsor I must say has been very helpful and always return my emails with 24-48 hours which is a plus for her on professionalism which is important in any business.

I will definately keep in touch with the community to share, learn and ask question

I wish all WS member success the system does make sense and is an easy business to grow once we find the niche market.

word: motivation, determination and a winning attitude.


Title: Re: Welcome New Members!
Post by: Brad W on October 29, 2008, 02:43:32 PM
hello brand new,  sent invites to some friends, but not sure as to what to do next.  but I'm reading and looking around. :)


Title: Hi from the UK
Post by: PeterRiley on November 02, 2008, 02:19:31 PM
Hi All,

I just signed up & looking forward to marketing this great opportunity for all.

Cheers,

Peter.


Title: new member
Post by: RichardGayle on November 06, 2008, 07:05:19 AM
hi everyone my name is richard and im a newbie from london,  hope to speak too anyone who can give me tips toget me going in this new adventure


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Zara_Lockwood on November 13, 2008, 09:47:21 AM
Hi another Brit here having a look around at GDI - I could do with a quick low down from another UK person that has been with GDI a while - to tell me what potential there is with this biz opt I'm paying $10.00 a month so how many active affiliates to I need in my downline to brake even  ?  :-*


Title: Hello From The Uk
Post by: Scott Drury on December 04, 2008, 09:52:54 AM
HI there im Scott and Im pretty new to this, so any help would be great!

Regards

Scott Drury


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: J Singh on December 08, 2008, 07:02:33 AM
Hi

I am Jaz from Wolverhampton in the West Midlands.
Nice to meet you all.

Jaz


Title: Hello
Post by: J Singh on December 08, 2008, 07:05:23 AM
Hi

I am Jaz from England & new to GDI but not
to the Internet money making schemes.

Jaz


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: CaroleB on December 10, 2008, 07:20:00 AM
I am from the UK. I am a long way from you people over there.
Is there anyone from the UK i can contact regarding GDI. I feel really isolated over here.
It is difficult to contact people by phone as the time difference is really big.
Does anyone know how to get UK leads apart from flyers and business cards.

I know I know too many questions.

Regards Ron Rodwell.


Hi another UKite here ;D
I live in the Lake District, and am delighted to find you all here, one can feel a tad out numbered and lonely sometimes
I am a newbie to GDI and haven't finished reading yet!! I plan to start marketing real soon. I have to say it is heartening to read some of you have got well off the ground over here.
I have quite a large UK postal mailing list but as yet haven't really found anything of value to mail to them...... but I might have now!! Although I agree, over here, things like this seem to meet with a preconception of 'scam'! The trouble seems to be with the 'stiff upper lip' brigade is that everything is either illegal, imoral or fattening and to be avoided at all costs!! Well perhaps together we can change all that.
Here's to our united success!!


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JohnP3 on December 15, 2008, 11:15:11 AM
I am from the North-East and joined a month ago, but just found this forum.

I tried buying leads from GDI and got a few US enquiries, but no joiners. Difficult to telephone them in USA from here as GDI advise.
I'm not sure about the product - why would someone buy a website/domain name for $120 p.a. when you can buy one here from 123-reg for about $12.

It's more about selling the opportunity. But even a US contact I invited by email thought, it's a pyramid scam? I said No, it's MLM, but whats the difference in their mind? Where do we go from here?

Cheers,
JohnP.  :D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Roger M on December 16, 2008, 02:34:49 PM
Hi,
Roger M here. Surrey, England.
I joined long ago but have purely used the web page facility and never really promoted this.
I cantget the teaching files to download in a readable form.
I'm going to ask somebody in the US to help me promote this. I will keep you informed.
Roger M


Title: Hello from the UK
Post by: SarahDavey on December 17, 2008, 09:12:42 AM
Hello All,

Well just signed up this morning, so thought I would say Hello to all "HELLO".......still reading through everything so think I will be very busy getting my self into this full throttle!

My name is Sarah and I live in the UK, work a 9-5:30 desk job every day  ??? and hoping that I will eventually be able to do this full time :)

Any way, good to see so many people on here to talk to.

Take care

Sarah


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MichelleY on December 17, 2008, 06:39:58 PM
hi to all of you in the UK I have just joined GDI don't know what I am doing any first time tips? I am from West Yorkshire  but live in Canada now I will let you know how it goes over here if I ever figure it out. didn't know it was over there....


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Marcus Hardisty on December 20, 2008, 08:05:21 AM
Hi all,

To all current uk members on the forum- a big hello,

I signed up with GDI 4 days ago, I live in North Yorkshire.

Anyone wanting to contact me can through my profile link,

Marcus


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: CarlM1 on December 22, 2008, 08:22:43 AM
HELLO EVERYBODY!   :)


I'm Carl, and I've just signed up today.

After reading loads of articles, and watching loads of videos, I decided to take the plunge! 

I'm still trying to find my feet with it all, but have managed to place a banner in my new affiliate-based website (not GDI-based) which should go 'live' within the next week.

Look forward to speaking to some of you soon.

Regards



Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Akin_D on December 26, 2008, 03:17:26 PM
Hi everyone,

It's Akin saying hello from Milton Keynes!
Only 3 days old in the business and still wading through all the info and set-up processes.
Beginning to settle in nicely though, and looking forward to plenty of fun and income!

It would be nice to have the occassional chat with a fellow UKite! Please pm if interested.

Regards.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Steve Boyce on January 02, 2009, 03:32:49 AM
 A big HELLO from the far south of the UK, here in the New Forest, near Southampton, glad to be on board :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Paul_D1 on January 08, 2009, 03:08:31 AM
Hi all found this yesterday in from the southwest hope i can figure this out seems a good oppertunity this is all new to me though  :)
 cheers
   Paul


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: SybilP on January 09, 2009, 11:56:24 AM
Hi Everyone,  I'm also a Newbie from London. Joined yesterday so still reading & learning.  Wishing success to everyone
Sybil


Title: Hello from Kent - England, new boy on the block
Post by: Philip Rees on January 12, 2009, 03:39:42 AM
Hi Everyone my name is Philip Rees, .

Finally made it to GDI, been seeing it about on the internet circuits for a while and was always dubious however i decided to bite the bullet and give it a go after i was refered here by Tissa.

My story well im 36 and i live in Kent England, got a couple of young daughters, one who lives with her mover in dover down the road and the other who lives with my mother not far away.

Always been a bit of a self starter and worked in marketing of one form and another most of my adult life. Couple of years ago I had to leave my last job after a disagreement with my employers and a breakdown and since then tried various business ideas to generate some income.

I ran a leaflet distribution firm which at its height employed 12 people, did some telemarketing for various bods and even got involved in business breakfast networking for a short period of time. Unfortunately things didnt work out and im broke on a very small income generated from working tax credit and a small amount of commission i gain from collecting for littlewoods football pools.

After reviewing all the info from GDI and seeing some of the success of others im hoping to turn things around so any advice you guys can give on how to make this successful bearing in mind i dont have a lot of money (about £45 a week at present) to spend on marketing.

My ambitions are simple, i want to get to the stage that i can be assured that my kids will be able to have a solid financial status by the time they are ready to go out into the world themselves.

Im contactable on skype, MSN and the phone if anyone wants to talk.

Anyway nice to meet you all and I really hope this works out

Philip Rees


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Philip Rees on January 13, 2009, 03:02:02 AM
I am from the North-East and joined a month ago, but just found this forum.

I tried buying leads from GDI and got a few US enquiries, but no joiners. Difficult to telephone them in USA from here as GDI advise.
I'm not sure about the product - why would someone buy a website/domain name for $120 p.a. when you can buy one here from 123-reg for about $12.

It's more about selling the opportunity. But even a US contact I invited by email thought, it's a pyramid scam? I said No, it's MLM, but whats the difference in their mind? Where do we go from here?

Cheers,
JohnP.  :D

Mostly becasue the £12 a year from 123 reg is for the domain only and at best website builder hosting.

With the GDI experiance from what i can tell so far its a lot more than that. For starters you got access to litrally 10's of thousands of people who are all working together to make money. 123 reg and other domain name providers and webhosts only want to sell you space and the name - not show you how to earn a living as well.


Title: Hello from England
Post by: FrazerLazell on January 18, 2009, 12:46:27 PM
Hi I am Frazer from the United Kingdom and I am looking forward to building a great group with the gdi family. I would love to hear from members in Thailand, The Philippines and Poland. I am working on building a site showcasing whats best online for making incomes and having fun. Hope to be of a help here oin the forum once I have settled in and got everything up and running. All the best to you all....from Frazer


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: SThankaew on January 25, 2009, 02:17:11 PM
Hello everyone
my name is Siri, from Leamington, West midland. I'm quite new with GDI and with Work from home business.
I went through forum gather a lots of great idea but just don't know whre to start. Does anyone know in if it's ok to put flyer into people's house letterbox as I read some post they said migth be illegal.
thanks
siri


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: StephenMeredith on January 26, 2009, 03:31:53 AM
From the Wirral, Merseyside. Living in Edmonton, Canada now.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: A Groelsma on January 26, 2009, 05:57:15 AM
Hi to everyone..Before I proceed would like to introduce myself my name is Alma and I grew up in the Philippines., And miss my country especially the warm weather down there and the ocean.

Well, All I have to tell you about GDI...I am still proud to be a member here even I didn't make any income yet but I still trying to work on it on how to begin to make money on here. I am hoping you guys to help me. And I appreciate that.

So, I would like to congratulates who are the new members today...Welcome to GDI. Keep up a good work.

Best Regards To All

Alma


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Amy Quinn on February 16, 2009, 06:37:34 AM
hey i have just joined up. i have no idea what this gdi thing is all about but so far i have one downline member!

i have roughly created my webpage www.amyequinn.ws.

i dont really know how to advertise well. any help is appreciated!


Title: Hello from London
Post by: KassimO on February 22, 2009, 03:50:32 PM
Hi all,
I am a newbie with GDI and I'm looking forward to having a fantastic time growing my business and the team.

To our success.

Kassim.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Rickey F on February 26, 2009, 07:04:09 AM
I am from the UK. I am a long way from you people over there.
Is there anyone from the UK i can contact regarding GDI. I feel really isolated over here.
It is difficult to contact people by phone as the time difference is really big.
Does anyone know how to get UK leads apart from flyers and business cards.

I know I know too many questions.

Regards Ron Rodwell.

Hi there I'm new here as well and still learning the system but I also would like to connect with anyone in euro I have friend's in russia so i'm trying to get them to help with GDI maybe we can put our mind's together on this and grow in the european market???? it's a great op for both of us$$$$


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: L Hamer on February 26, 2009, 07:04:09 AM
Hi everyone, great to be here.  I finally signed up yesterday and am very excited and motivated :)


Title: Hi I'm from England
Post by: DavidLambert on February 28, 2009, 08:12:41 AM
Hi to all. I am like I said from England, 19 Male trying to earn some extra cash just like anyone else wants to! I need some help though, I have been doing this for just over a week now but have yet to signed anyone up! Can anyone please help me and suggest ways or contacts so I can get the ball rolling, many thanks dave


Title: Hi everyone,im dean from kent,uk
Post by: Dean Lacey on February 28, 2009, 08:12:41 AM
hi there,
            i am very excited about this it all seems very nicely worked out.Im struggling already though,im not very technically minded and could really do with some advice regarding my first steps and building my website,if anyone would like to help me it would all be grately appreciated.many thanks  dean


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: L Hamer on March 01, 2009, 08:05:03 AM
Welcome, David and Dean :)  David - I think you have to treat this as a marathon rather than a sprint.  Even some of the most successful members didn't get many, or any signups in the first week.  I signed up on Wednesday and got my first prospect today, I'm pretty pleased - I just hope I can turn it into a sign up.  Dean - you actually don't need to do anything in terms of a website if you don't want to. You can simply make it so that when somebody visits your chosen domain they go to the presentation page.  When you log in, on the left hand side go to 'my replicated sites' and from there you can choose which version of the presentation you would like to display with your referral link and domain.  Personally, I like the 'freedom.ws' one.

One thing I'm finding a little disappointing is the amount of participation on the forums.  There are 80,000+ members so you'd think there'd be a lot more activity.  I also don't really like this 'your post will appear after approval' business.  I posted about the 'hitlogs' feature days ago and it seems like it was never approved  ???  My hitlog doesn't work.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Arnthor R on March 08, 2009, 02:55:13 PM
Hi,
I´m in Norway, so I´m not that far from you guy´s,
feel free to contact me, my upline is all in the US so I seldomly get the chance to talk to anybody in here.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: GrahamSargent on March 10, 2009, 03:12:52 PM
hello all

i too are new to gdi but not network marketing.

at the end of the day we all signed up on the back of the gdi video so it does work in the uk however i do admit the uk is slow to catch on.

i have a killer way of getting great leads all you have to do is make your own flyers with a uk theme and go to your local college or uni and give them out to the students. simple but effective i used to do this when i did kleeneze in the uk

if anyone wants any help just contact me here.

cheers uk

graham  ;)


Title: To my neighbours in the U.K!!
Post by: CatherineCronin on March 13, 2009, 02:15:26 PM
Hy People!
               I am from "over the pond". (ireland) I am NEW here! But I have looked at some posts here and hear that you have trouble promoting because as you say yourselves "the shutters come down"when you tell your locals about Internet marketing in the U.K.!

I have tried THAT here too and "the looks i got"....its like...OH YEA...SHES GOING SENILE!!
They wish me well to my face and probably go home and have a great laugh at "that mad Catherine" !!
Do'nt people love their "RUT"!
but....Thats their fault and when they ask me in years to come if I won the Lottery...I will probably tell them..."The last laugh is on ME!!
NICE TO MEET YOU ALL!


Title: Gooday From UK
Post by: Daniel_Johnson on March 15, 2009, 03:07:42 PM
Hi everyone, had no idea there were going to be so many poeple here! I already spoke with a few friendly guys who are in my upline and i have begun work on my new website.

See you around  ;D

Daniel


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: David Minns on March 18, 2009, 09:47:43 AM
Hello,

I'm from the Midlands in the UK. I joined GDI about 6 weeks ago and I have 5 people in my downline already. This is a great system . . . I just wish I had joined 3 or 4 years ago!

Keep working hard, you will make it!

David


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Lee Harrop on March 19, 2009, 06:43:35 AM
Hi everybody,

I'm from Manchester. Only signed up yesterday. I'm new to all of this & am struggling to figure out the site builder. Anyone have any tips or maybe even a step by step easy set up. I know that sounds really dumb but like I say I am new to all of this. However I assure all of you I will be successful within the UK & outside because I am like a sponge when it comes to information & knowledge. Like they say, you don't know how to do anything until someone teaches you, or you have several trial & error attempts. Anywho, any tips or pointers would be greatly received.

Thanks.
Lee.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: C Barbosa on March 24, 2009, 09:07:34 AM
Hello, i am a portuguese girl living in Uk at the moment. I am pretty much new at this, only started today and am in the trial mode... any tips?


Title: Hello from UK
Post by: NPaul on March 29, 2009, 02:50:15 PM
Hey! I was just wondering how did you guys get so many email addresses onto your lists? I don't have many emails to use and was wondering if there's a site where people are willing to be added or you can give me a load to add onto my invitation list. :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: EBoatman on March 31, 2009, 10:14:50 AM
Hello every one, newby from Basingstoke here, new to this time of thing, so any help greatfully received, have done some free advertising, however not sure where to go now.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MantasP on April 01, 2009, 03:14:39 AM
hi everyone from the UK! i am absolutely new to all this referral business and need help and guidance in how to get some one to sign in under me...
if anyone can share any ideas with me that would be great. thank you. You can send me a private message.

thanks again for any help!!


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: RuthTerry on April 12, 2009, 12:50:36 PM
Hi Liz. :D  Nice to hear from you and welcome to GDI>
wishing you much success.

Ron
Hi my name is ruth i am new and in the midlands anyone near me ?
hope this works for us all
good luck


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: DamianK on April 22, 2009, 06:25:39 AM
Hello GDI Members

This Is Damian From The UK.  Just noticed the messages about finsing it hard to craxk the uk market, maybe i will promote US first too.  Who knows. 

I live in the northwest of england so i have few rivals i noticed, a few people from white rose county and im from red rose county, but its all good friendly banter.!

Lets all make some money!!!!


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: ElizabethMacKenzie on April 22, 2009, 06:25:39 AM
Hi all
I have been in GDI four weeks and have not managed to recruit anyone is there anyone in the UK particularly Edinburgh who could help, have joined numberous traffic exchanges, posted ads, all to no avail dont want to give up but have received absolutely no help from any of my upline despite requests for direction/help.  Just want a guiding hand.
Thanks
Liz


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: LouiseChinnock on April 25, 2009, 03:23:24 PM
Hi, im louise from Burton on trent , west midlands in sunny old england!!!! :-\
I feel very isolated here , glad to see some more of us brits !
Can anyone give me any tips as i have just started and feel a little overwhelmed and not sure what step to take first!!!!!!!!!

x


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Lesley Shields on April 25, 2009, 04:31:14 PM
Hi All,

I am from the UK but living in Portugal. I only just joined 2 days ago and am a little confused.  I am hoping to be able to get some help here but reading all the messages from it seems we are all in the same boat.
Nice to meet you all anyway and if I come up with any hints or tips in the near future I shall be sure to share.
Good luck to us all.
Lesley


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: GSanegr on April 26, 2009, 01:24:35 PM
Im from sunny Essex ;)



Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Kevin_Smith on April 28, 2009, 03:16:01 PM
I am from the UK. I am a long way from you people over there.
Is there anyone from the UK i can contact regarding GDI. I feel really isolated over here.
It is difficult to contact people by phone as the time difference is really big.
Does anyone know how to get UK leads apart from flyers and business cards.

I know I know too many questions.

Regards Ron Rodwell.


Hey ron

<y name is kevin, im from Bradord w.yorkshire but now live in Brecon s.wales ^_^  nice to meet you


Title: Hi everyone from a new UK member!
Post by: Jill Webb on May 05, 2009, 09:29:30 AM
Hi my name is Jill and I live in Yorkshire in the UK

I have just joined GDI and am very excited about the opportunities.

If anyone would like to share any marketing tips I would be most grateful!

Best wishes to you all. :)


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: BSeymour on May 19, 2009, 02:58:07 PM
Hi Scott.
Thanks for the reply.
I am up in the North East, Middlesbrough. Not far from you.

Regards Ron

hey all a newbie of a few hours here lol,

and from cramlington northeast uk


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Lee Giles on May 23, 2009, 07:35:16 AM
Hi All.
Lee from North Manchester, after a bit of hmmming and ahhing I decided to take the plunge and go for it. I am working on and looking for any info that can get me more refferals and am open to ideas.  I have a number of friends on the sideline waiting to see how I get on before they join in, so the sooner I get moving the sooner I can get them in.  Talking is easy, it's getting people to actually fork out the $10 (£7.50) per month in the first place that is proving difficult.
We are a rather untrusting lot us Brits aren't we.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: David Waters on May 26, 2009, 02:05:00 PM
Hello Everyone

Just another newbie here introducing myself to you all.  Have recently joined GDI.
I am from the UK, Lanarkshire area and the reason that I joined GDI, was the prospects of making my vision becoming reality and getting myself out of the poverty stricken situation this country is in. Having said that, my aim is to make many friend as I can who is willing to share thier methods with me within this secter.

Cheers
David.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Nicholas Wells on May 26, 2009, 10:14:58 PM
Hello to all. My name is Nick and im in Suffolk. Not quite sure what to make of everything so far but i do believe there is potential here. (Im thinking a second dot.com boom!) Any help or guidence will be appreciated and anyone wishing to gain any help with Entrepreneurship or business just ask.
From what i can make out, its us brits on GDI that have the toughest time making this work. Yet saying that it also means there is more potential for profit!

So in closing, i look forward to helping, working and networking with you all.

Nick.


Title: New To GDI
Post by: Kenneth Nairne on June 14, 2009, 10:46:25 AM
Hi guys

I'm Ken from the other side of the river (UK), I joined yesterday and are still trying to get my head around this site. I've just one question..Do i really need another website, I have already got a good website, and can promote this product from there.  As I said, I'm still learning.  All comments welcome.

Many thanks

Ken (England - UK) 8)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Samantha C on June 20, 2009, 07:30:56 AM
Hey i'm sammie from london

i can soooooooooooo relate to the strugge getting uk referrals- any ideas very welcome!!!

still- we'll get there,

looking forward to working an dsharing ideas with you all

Sammie


Title: Hello from the UK
Post by: LiamJames on July 04, 2009, 11:08:49 AM
Hi all,

Signed up 6 days ago and the whole thing looks great. No signups yet but I wil get there evenually  :)

See you around

Liam


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: RickyF on July 06, 2009, 10:18:16 PM
hi all,

i am new to this so i would like some help on getting started?

regards

ricky


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: LiamJames on July 07, 2009, 10:09:14 AM
Hello all ... Liam from Durham here

Marketing this in the UK is a tough nut to crack...still no sign ups ye but im sure they will start coming soon  :)

Thanks


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: DKenny on July 08, 2009, 09:14:46 AM
hi 2 every1 at gdi 8) i av just joined up and im from cheshire,please can any1 help,because i avnt the foggiest where 2 start,i think ive dived in to the deepend without thinkin,lol dave ???


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Steven Addey on July 28, 2009, 03:03:20 AM
Hi,,I'm Steve from the UK ( Doncaster ),,hope you are all ok,,This looks like a good oportunity,,any one got any 'tips'

Best Steve ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: BarryP on August 07, 2009, 04:18:15 AM
BarryP from IOW UK,
Glad to be part of this Brit hang out and aim to chip away at the wary and nervy brit
mentality that will often not see the wood for the trees

Being a graphic designer, web designer and with cool print contacts will help

I just think of my 2 young sons and get rolling with my plan

bestest for now


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: CareyJ on August 14, 2009, 12:53:52 PM
Greetings from the UK.

Based in Manchester and i've been at this for a day, lol. Used to have a loan company (no.1 in google) and even though that isn't really active anymore i'm still continuing to recieve over 50 Loan Applications a day!

Currently using the Loan apps info (email address mainly) to contact these people.
Finding UK leads otherwise is a very difficult process.

Any other ideas? Appreciate the feedback.


Title: Hey everyone ^^!
Post by: Smith M on August 18, 2009, 02:22:38 PM
Hi I'm Mickey, from England. I have got to say the people on here are the best, they let you know that theres support there if ever needed :) Someday I want to own a little clothing shop in Japan xP so...if this site is what I think it is that won't just be one of those things I think about day in day out. Basically cut a long story short I'm Mickey, from England, I like Japan XD Looking forward to working with you guys, Thanks.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: T_Nhaway on August 19, 2009, 10:10:28 PM
Hi I am Tywanya from Philadelphia PA.......Going back and forth to the London I need  a passive source of Income.  My fiancee lives in Thamesmead and we are trying to figure out between the UK or US.........

I think like anything in life you have to put some positivity towards the situation.......supposedly brits are a hard bunch........but then again in the states not everyone you speak to is going to be interested in the opportunity. 

Like they say in sales.........A no is better then a maybe because you don't have to exaust any energy.........a maybe is a little tricky..........oh and a yes can be pure cash.......

Stay positive people.......societies are built by individuuals that got a lot of no's but they made a diffrence with that one YES!!!!





Title: New Member ! wanting to say Hello!
Post by: Roy Gill on August 22, 2009, 08:51:43 AM
:) Hello everyone

I'd just like to take this oppotunity to say hi to you all, I like many others will need a little bit of help along the way but thats team work.


Im from the Uk and am completely new to any kind of online business and i may ask some really basic and maybe obvious questions but i hope you can just realise its because im completely new.

Im used to working many long hrs on shift work and i think it time to start spreading my wings.


right enough for now i look forward to speaking to you at some point.

Goodluck to everyone

Roy


Title: Greetings from England
Post by: FEmmanuel on August 26, 2009, 09:44:59 AM
Hello everybody. Looks busy in here.

Best regards
FEmmanuel.


Title: Hello to everyone
Post by: MarkWhitehouse on September 15, 2009, 02:57:28 AM

Hello i am new to Gdi i currently live in great yarmouth in the UK
I would certainly love to here from anyone who is doing well as i would appreciate some tips and tricks on how to get going myself. I looked at the leader board and i would love to get on to that.  ???


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: SorayaK on September 16, 2009, 02:49:29 PM
Hey Im from UK to - might sound dumb though but to get started...

ive purchased a domain which i will use for something else.  www.website.ws/username
would that be the affiliate link..


Title: Must be the newest member
Post by: Melvyn Burnett on September 16, 2009, 02:49:29 PM
Hi to all UK GDI affiliates

I have just joined this exciting Project.  As of thista, I am looking at all your postings and trying to glean (steal) anything that will get me going.

I am from Norwich.... now now no smart backchat about the Canaries. Someone has to support them, and it looks like I have "volun..tired"..yawn.

Ihope that this GDI will start to be recognised for the potential that it is.

Keep on clicking....


Mel


Title: New Member from the UK
Post by: RussellMarsh on September 30, 2009, 09:47:27 AM
Hi Guys,
I am new as of last week. I have been promoting like crazy. I have about 30 videos up on about 8 video sites (I'm making a new one every day) and I have 3 articles being distributed to 600 article directories via some software I own. I set it to drip feed to the article sites at 50 per day. I also built a wordpress blog (http://helpandinfo.com (http://helpandinfo.com)) and I'm loading it with content as fast as I can.

Having been around the internet marketing world for a while (on the outside mainly) I don't see any future in traffic exchanges and list-submitting services. 99.9% of the people in those lists have throwaway email addresses that all the list emails get sent to and they never get read.

So... Articles and Video marketing and a blog.. Anybody else got any other "real" ideas?
cheers
Russ


Title: Re: New Member from the UK
Post by: Darren Olander on October 01, 2009, 04:21:32 PM
Hi Guys,
I am new as of last week. I have been promoting like crazy. I have about 30 videos up on about 8 video sites (I'm making a new one every day) and I have 3 articles being distributed to 600 article directories via some software I own. I set it to drip feed to the article sites at 50 per day. I also built a wordpress blog (http://helpandinfo.com (http://helpandinfo.com)) and I'm loading it with content as fast as I can.

Having been around the internet marketing world for a while (on the outside mainly) I don't see any future in traffic exchanges and list-submitting services. 99.9% of the people in those lists have throwaway email addresses that all the list emails get sent to and they never get read.

So... Articles and Video marketing and a blog.. Anybody else got any other "real" ideas?
cheers
Russ

Wow, you are really making it happen - good work :D
I disagree about traffic exchanges and viral list builders though - you just need the right strategy, which is branding yourself and building your list - and then turning them into your business.


Title: Hello everyone...
Post by: Colin Mulvey on October 15, 2009, 12:03:15 PM
  Hi, I,m Colin from England....STILL a 7-day free member..have a very positive attitude
to life in general...and hope to help as many people as i can with this excellent opportunity..
HOPE to do really well as I,m 52 years old and realize by helping others ,i will be helping
myself to a residual income which could one day equal or even beat my pension...
 
       Do,nt  know anyone here at this moment in time, but hopfully that will change..

                                                Best Wishes everybody
                                       

                                                 Colin.         
                                                             



Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JohnnyLovett on October 20, 2009, 09:41:04 AM
Hello All!

My name is John and I too am a brand new member to GDI. I am a complete novice at this so if it's ok I will be asking many of you questions.

There is so much to learn and so many places get information, the hardest thing is knowing what to look at and what not to look at.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: P Mottley on October 24, 2009, 08:13:32 AM
I've just jioned up myself -

 it's probably a good idea to use as many as the free social tools as possible.

 I have a facebook profile linking into twitter which is auto fed from another source that also allows me to schedule the tweets, snip urls and also track clicks etc.

 Automation is a must when time is short.

Bloggin is good - doing videos - hosting your own capture pages in order to build generic lists are a good thing as you can then moneytise these lists - hopefully as my ad campaigns become more targeted and the list will start to pay for itself and I can offer GDI as one of the soultions I can offer people to build a good online business.

Be more than happy to connect with anyone in the UK or anywhere - find me on twitter - PaulMottley




Title: Hello all
Post by: GavinMoulds on October 25, 2009, 07:18:47 AM
Hi all....another new BRIT here who doesnt know what he is doing.

Anyone in UK want to email me and tell me what i am supposed to be doing with this thing.


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: GrahamBirdsall on October 25, 2009, 07:18:47 AM
Hello everyone, just joined under my son, he's my sponsor. It's funny reading the posts about Uk people I know what you mean.
But persevere, it'll be worth it in the long run. I was thinking it would be good if WS could have a more toned down approach on the promotional material, presentations etc, i find uk peole are put off by the "awesome" and "mind blowing" terms. I know they are more than useful in USA but not how we talk to each other over here in blighty. I'm going to suggest this to my upline and see where it goes. I think this is a great opportunity and I'm really excited. If I can be of any help to anyone regardless of if we are in the same team please feel free to contact me, I'll reply asap. I've been involved in Network Marketing for years, I don't pretend to know it all but I do have a bit of experience. One word of advise, be careful about throwing money at this ie 0800 numbers etc, 1, it can be expensive and 2 it sets an example for people you sponsor, they may think  "have I got to do that to be successful in this business" and the answer is no, it could also put people off! The old adage KISS, keep it simple stupid. I found that some people you just keep going back to as and when you have more proof the business side of this works. Hope this offers some food for thought.

Through WS and my Internet Marketing business I intend to be working for myself in a year and quit the day job.
Good luck to everyone.
Graham


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: GrahamBirdsall on October 31, 2009, 07:07:25 AM
Morning all, looking at the lawt few posts, I am wondering who sponsored you into WS and are they helping you?
My advise to you all is as is my last post, keep it simple. Talk to people you know, don't throw money at this, or any network company it doesn't need it. People will see the benefits or they won't Just to give an example, I am an HGV driver as is my friend who is 60. He knows very little about the Internet, nothng about Network Marketing and nothing about website design! Is he worth taking to? Yes, because I know I can help build up a business that in a few years will give him a regular chunk of money each month to help him in his retirement. In his case I explained that we all network everyday, we just don't get paid for it! How many times do you recommend something to someone, if your on Sky TV you can get a one off payment for recoomending friends.... well with this you get a payment every month! My firend loves fishing so I suggested his website was about his fishing. An online bloge through his website. I'll give him a hand with putting it together. And he will talk to his friends etc about WS and most are going to look at this because (a) they resepct him and (b) they will think if he can do it, they can! Keep it simple. My friend is the classic example of how easy this business is if it is appraoched in the right way. Don't fall into the trap of printing posters, setting up freephone numbers without doing your research first. I'm not saying these approaches don't work, but write a list of 30 names of people you know. Don't pre-judge. Then invite each one to look at WS. Your looking for a few good people. I hope this helps and again, use your sponsor they should and want to more importantly, be able to help you. To be honest I wish I had sponsored you all as you have a fantastic outlook. Good luck


Title: Hello to All from UK
Post by: J Domingos on November 01, 2009, 05:39:55 AM
Hi to All :D

My name is Jorge Domingos, 40 years old, married and I am Portuguese but living in Birmingham - United Kingdom since 2000. I'm pleased to have joined GDI. Being a newbie I appreciate all the help and information members may give for start building my downline. Thanks to all


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: SimonHeron on November 01, 2009, 12:35:55 PM
Hi All Simon here from London,

Could really do with some tips on getting people signed up.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Simon


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MEdokpayi on November 02, 2009, 04:01:20 PM
Hello all! Maria from london here.
Any tips?


Title: Hello Everyone From London UK
Post by: SalwaGataby on November 03, 2009, 03:18:51 PM
This is really really great Iam so excited about thishttp://[color=black][/color]


Title: Newbie
Post by: FrancisJ on November 06, 2009, 03:17:28 AM
Hi All,

I have just joined and am looking forward to being a regular here.

I am from London in the UK and am moving to South Africa in December. (Back to the sunshine!)

Fran ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: J Delaney on November 28, 2009, 12:21:06 PM
Hi. John from West Yorkshire in England speaking. I'm new and don't have a clue how to get started with a website. It's all a bit overwhelming for me. Is there anybody out there who can help me get off the ground? Much appreciated.


Title: Hi Paul From The UK
Post by: Paul Rice on November 29, 2009, 07:38:06 AM
Hello eveyone, what a great way to get a decent income,
the program looks great been with it  5 days and already got
3 affiliates under me, its so easy to build up. l wish l had joined
years ago  :)


Title: Greetings from the UK -Kent
Post by: D Bent on November 30, 2009, 05:09:34 AM
Hello,

I'm Deniese and I've just joined GDI. I'm based in Kent, would welcome any tips or advice you may have on how to grow this opportunity.
To your success!

Deniese


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Filomena_Adefarakan on November 30, 2009, 03:10:55 PM
Hi to all of the GDI members from the Uk and all over the world.

I am a Newbie and I am originally from Germany with Italian Roots and live in London UK.
I have been searching for the right program for me for the past few years and could not make my mind up but I hope that with GDI I will get my desired success! I hope to get some tips from all of my fellow GDI-members and also from our Leaders.
Hope for a successful coming year 2010 and that our success will start already now.

To a good Team - work and hope to make some friends here too!!
A big THANK YOU to my Sponsor and also to William who gave me a very good tip yesterday!


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Naresh_Chamdal on December 06, 2009, 03:00:13 PM
Hi all! im from Slough, Berkshire and i'm new here too so any help would be much appreciated :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: MatthewWhelan on December 08, 2009, 03:22:20 PM
Matt Whelan here from UK, Lancaster but origianly from Darlington!
I too am advertsing the US leads :D they are much more responsive!


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: NomusaD on December 23, 2009, 03:40:12 AM
Hi
Musa here in Plymouth.I do realise when this post was started but I sort of agree that UK is a hard nut to crack.Although I'm Newbie myself,statistics on my other website which is two months old has 34Brits and thousands of Americans and Canadians even the Phillipines is way ahead.And by the way I have not made a single signup yet.Anybody willing to give guidance?Will be highly appreciated ;)


Title: New GDI MEMBER
Post by: Philip Lavin on January 05, 2010, 03:06:33 AM
Hi everyone ,

     I am new here, I live in the uk. Can anyone tell me why the shipping on the dvds is so expensive? I normally only pay $25 for shipping from online stores from the USA , I look forward to working with you all

PHIL :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: VParker on January 05, 2010, 06:04:19 AM
Hi Phil, welcome to GDI and the GDI forum.  Unfortunately I have no answers and cannot comment on shipping charges, but welcome nonetheless.  :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: H Najafi on January 05, 2010, 03:12:28 PM
HI all,

I am Haz and I have a lot of Leads from the US . I was given a big pile of LEads ,

Can anyone tell me exactly what I'm doing with this list of email addresses?

Do I just email them and hope they respond??

Can anyone get back to me please

Thanks

Hasnain


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: CraigCoulter on January 07, 2010, 03:10:53 PM
Hi Everyone,

I'm Craig from Hampshire.

Any tips would be much appreciated!  ;D

Thanks

Craig





Title: Re: New GDI MEMBER
Post by: NemThapa on January 10, 2010, 02:40:30 PM
Hi,

I am too new here in Hampshire, UK. The price of DVD is really too high in comapare to what normal shipping charges would be. Has any member in the UK managed to order in reasonable price? Your advice would be much appreciated.

Many thanks,

Nem Thapa


Title: hi from United Kingdom
Post by: RyanGould on January 18, 2010, 02:41:11 AM
HII, Im From UK, United Kingdom, and i am ready to start making money the same way all of you are, i have currently got some help off my referer, and wouldn't mind if more people decide to aswell, as we are all doing the same thing :) thanks for you time, Ryan Gould


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: PaulJ1 on January 20, 2010, 07:03:03 AM
Hi I am brand new to the set-up, just joined today.

I'm based in Northern Ireland, and if mainland UK is hard to crack NI will be even harder. I think there is plenty of opportunity though, just might take a bit of time to build up.

Look forward to sharing ideas with you guys.

Cheers

Paul


Title: Intriducing myself
Post by: B Gwen on January 21, 2010, 03:08:21 AM
Hi I'm from London,

how is everyone doing?


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Jan Moss on January 31, 2010, 12:56:36 PM
Hello guys,

I live near Skipton in the Yorkshire Dales - just started this week - can see great potential!  I'm in a fantastic team that gives great support - my upline is Jason Cardamone - anyone else in his team?

Good luck to everyone!  Let's all go for it!


Title: Hi from England, UK
Post by: CLomax on February 18, 2010, 05:08:20 AM
Hi all, Im Chris

Im new to the site, just wanted to introduce myself. ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: BPeter on February 18, 2010, 06:36:55 AM
Hi,

I have just joined and from the UK also, I do not think I will be  much of a help with regards to leads but just letting you know there are a few more in the Uk that have just joined, so please do not think you are isolated as there are many people in the  GDI Business that are all willing to help as I have had allready five people from my upline telling me that any help that I require just ask.

I thought that was kind of them

Bpeter :D :D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JudeO on February 18, 2010, 10:52:07 PM
Hi all,
Just joined GDI and thought to say hi to all the uk members.
Does anyone have any good advise for a newbie?
What other opportunities are there to make some money
with GDI. :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Thomas Chapman on February 22, 2010, 03:00:40 PM
hi everyone i have just joined gdi never done anything like this before i live just outside Edinburgh any help or advice would be greatly appreciated
 once again hello and good luck to everybody
                 


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Thomas_Williams on February 22, 2010, 08:20:21 PM
i just joined this today but allready im finding it hard to get anyone to join i was wondering if theres any tips i can be given to help suceed in this?

thanks for making this post its nice to know im not the only person from the UK on this website
 :)


Title: Hi From The UK ! ! !
Post by: MatthewWhelan on February 22, 2010, 08:20:21 PM
Hello GDI community ! ! !

My name is Matt Whelan and I have been an affiliate with GDI now for a few months, and I think its great. This is the first time I have really had a chance to get into the forum, I really want to start keeping in better touch with all the other GDI affiliates.

Glad we can all share ideas this like as well.

Speak soon!

Matt Whelan


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Thomas_Williams on February 22, 2010, 08:20:21 PM
Hello i am also from the UK and i only joined today so if anybody has any tips please share them. i was thinking of paying for the 10 leads just for a head start but ive also heard that you ca share affiliates and im jsut not really sure what to do. if you feel you can help please message me :)

Tom


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Jan Moss on February 23, 2010, 11:11:17 PM
Hi Everyone, if you're struggling, your sponsor should be your first port of call as they should be there to help you.... my upline are all in the States but we can communicate with Skype and email.

Personally, I feel that if you are phoning people to invite them to this opportunity, you're in the wrong opportunity!  The great thing about this one is the fact that you can do it all online!  A fab way to do this is thru traffic sites where you place an ad then you  have to click on other people's ads to get credits in order for your ad to be shown.  I don't know if you're allowed to put links on here so if anyone wants any suggestions for this sort of site I'd be happy to advise - just send me a message.  The one in particular I'm thinking of you will need to spend around an hour a day just clicking but you can do it whilst you're doing something else (like listening to a training or something) and when you've generated around 15,000 credits (you get 1-5 credits per click normally although I did get 50 once!) your ad shows like mad....  you might think that nobody is actually reading the ads, just clicking but I am living proof it works as that is where I found the opportunity!

There is also google ads but you need to know what you're doing with this or it will cost you money - again I can send you a link to a good free training site on this if you are interested.

I've been in GDI nearly 3 weeks now and have two people already - one from Bradford (a friend) and one from Cambodia!  Go on all the trainings and learn all you can about internet marketing - you don't need to stick to warm market.

Hope this helps.

Jan


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Gary_Pocock on February 26, 2010, 02:39:41 PM
Greetings, and salutations. From Hampshire. UK, obviously :P - otherwise I wouldn't be posting here.

Recently signed up to GDI - already have a couple of 'leads' its just whether or not I can convert them into 'buyers'.

Help would be appreciated as I feel its like my first day at secondary school (yes, aged 11, I was THE complete unknown)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Dave_Meech on February 28, 2010, 07:53:32 AM
Hello Jan  ...I  was  reading   some  post   and  Finally  I read  yours  and  it  was  one  of  a few  that  finally  gave  me  some   advice that  sounds  good.   I  am  very  new  though  and  do  construction  for  a  living  so  this  online  work  is  very   difficult  for  me. But  I  want  to  get  good  advice  so  I  can  get  this  thing  jump started.  I  have been  with GDI  now  3  days   and  have  had  no  or  little  hits  to  my  site.  I  do  hope  you  can   give  me  some  help  to  get  this  started  as  its   a  little  overwhelming  after  the   initial start up  ...I  do  thank  you  for  your  time   :)   


Dave


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KittyBrown on March 01, 2010, 03:00:45 AM
Hi to all from the UK,

I live in Australia [hope all of you from the UK won't hold that against me].

The internet has afforded us the luxury of being able to communicate over these vast distances as though we were next door to each other.

I have been making a full time income online for over 7 years - but I clearly remember how daunting and confusing my first tentative steps were, when I started my journey.

When I first joined GDI back in 2004 I found my uplines to be very responsive - they really tried to help, trouble was they didn't have the experience in internet marketing themselves and it was like the blind leading the blind.

Also I was not interested in direct marketing. I determined from the outset that I would not chase people - phone people - hand out flyers and business cards - hold meetings - attend meetings etc.

Please don't misinterpret me here [direct marketing works when implemented correctly. It just does not appeal to me personally]
As far as I was concerned I'd rather clean toilets for a living than have to chase friends or any people to join any program.

My aim was to promote GDI via internet marketing were people would find me without solicitation.

At first I could not make it work [lack of my own experience], I bought some lead packages and started to email market the leads - the results were pathetic!

I then tried free traffic exchanges - I got a lot of clicks to my GDI marketing pages - but no sign ups. I tried free advertising sites because I could not afford any paid advertising - still no sign ups. One of my uplines wrote to me and told me the only way I was going to get recruits was to use the direct marketing methods as outlined in the GDI back office.

I was about to cancel my GDI account but was carted away by an ambulance before I could do so. For the next seven months I was hospitalized a further five times and too ill to even switch on my computer.

I had forgotten all about the GDI program. So imagine my amazement when I finally opened my emails after 7 months and found that I had received five months of commission payments from GDI.

At first I thought this must be a huge mistake and that I would have to refund all the money. Then I saw all the people in my downline and all the people in my autoresponder which I had set up with an optin form on my own sales page seven months ago.

I can't tell you how excited I was. Not just about the money in my account - more important was the fact that I proved to myself that my pitiful beginner attempts at internet marketing had already given me these results.

Buoyed with enthusiasm, I made it my business to learn everything I could about internet marketing. I have never looked back and am grateful for my blessings on a daily basis.

So if there is any one here, having a tough time starting maybe I can make the road easier for you.

I have created a free online study at my site open to anyone who is interested in Internet Marketing.

You can access the "Kimbro's Study" 24/7 - nothing to join - no forms to fill - just go to the blue orb under my picture on the left side of this post or do a Google search.

When you enter the Kimbro's Study do yourself a favor and read everything in the order it is given.

If you are already a GDI member just ignore the prompts to join GDI within the 'Kimbro's Study". The information is for everyone even if you are not in my GDI downline.

I hope my information will make your road to a full time income with GDI a lot easier than it was for me.

Cheers,

Kitty.







Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KevinBadham on March 07, 2010, 03:09:47 PM
hi rod and all you other gdi members out there,
i have only recently joined and like most of you
are promoting to the us market, but i will promote
to the uk once i have started my downline.
look forward to your discussions

regards
kevin badham


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Dean Evans on March 07, 2010, 07:30:07 PM
Hi all, i am new to gdi just 2 days to be exact , i am from the uk south wales, just wanted to share an idea i had this morning.
I am a daily user of facebook and have alot of friends on my friends list, so i made my own facebook group with my business name and all the contact details for my business once i set it up i invited every one in my friends list to join the group, around 20% of my friends have joined the group already today and several of them have phoned me asking questions about the business.

ALL THE BEST TO EVERYONE
                                        DEAN


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: KevinBadham on March 08, 2010, 04:26:48 PM
hi all, kevin here from birmingham uk have only been  with gdi for three weeks and at the moment have only purchased gdi,s own leads of which i am waiting for replies. good luck to every one and lets keep the ball rolling.

 regards
 kevin badham :)


Title: A new memmber from UK
Post by: Terry Collins on March 22, 2010, 07:33:37 PM
Hello and welcome from me terry Collins live in Milton Keynes UK and looking forward to getting started on this new project


Title: Adding Video to Youtube
Post by: Chris_Craig on March 24, 2010, 06:54:59 AM
Hi guys!

First of all I'd like to introduce myself.

I'm Chris and I live in the UK. I've been using GDI for a whole 2 days now and so far it look promising. Obviously I'm still getting used to everything as it's all new to me but so far, so good.

A question I'd really like answering is this. I would like to upload the GDI promotional video to Youtube so that I can show it to people. Does anyone know how to do this? I would also like to add the video to a page on Facebook.

All help would be greatly appreciated.

Chris   ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Leslie Few on March 30, 2010, 02:45:02 PM
 ;D hi

 i have just one question because i beleive that this does work very well indeed.

so i would be greatfull to some one if they could tell me how to put the video onto my other sites
so that i can promote this  great opportunity to progress further


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: JamesH5 on April 21, 2010, 04:47:09 PM
Hi everyone James here from lichfield UK,third time with GDI :-[ good look to all!


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Karen Hills on May 10, 2010, 03:42:22 PM
Hi, I am from the UK and I know how you feel. I have only just joined and none of my personal contacts are interested in GDI. Maybe if you try advertising online. Thats what I am going to be doing. Perhaps you could ask members of your upline to give you a hand.

Good luck.

Karen


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Dale_H on May 26, 2010, 09:47:59 AM
ye im from manchester nice to meet you all  ;D


Title: Hello Everyone
Post by: Denise Fiennes on June 25, 2010, 02:53:44 PM
Just wanted to say hello from the Garden of England, Kent in the UK.
Wishing everyone every success and look forward to contributing to the forum and learning from everyone.
 :)


Title: Re: Hello Everyone
Post by: Dean_C on June 26, 2010, 05:09:14 AM
Hey man :D

New also, Victoria, Australia.

Welcome!


Title: Re: Hello Everyone
Post by: Christopher_S on June 26, 2010, 05:09:14 AM
Hello and welcome to GDI!


Title: Re: Hello Everyone
Post by: Stephen Hanley on June 27, 2010, 09:31:35 PM
Welcome welcome! I'm sure you're going to love being with GDI, it's a fantastic company, incredible products and amazing opportunity! If you need any help at any stage, please don't hesitate to contact your sponsor, other up line members, or the forums! I wish you all the best in your new found business, I look forward to seeing you both in the leader boards!!!

Dean, it's great to see another Australian in the GDI community! Hope the weather is treating you well over in Victoria!  ;D


Title: Re: Hello Everyone
Post by: DennisDow on July 08, 2010, 09:13:00 AM
 :)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Ian Neate on August 22, 2010, 12:56:46 PM
Hi guys n gals also from uk! Living in Nuneaton originally Cumbria not long signed up to GDI knowen bout it for years, done kleeneze before was retailing £4000 a month this oppertunity is so much easyer going to Market like kleeneze buying leads flyers talk to everyone, like the saying goes some will some won't so what next... Onward and upwards my friends 


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: TyrellTucker on May 10, 2011, 05:28:55 PM
hey UK

Tyrell Tucker here..
im from south london iv just started my gdi buisness and same with a lot of you finding it hard to crack the UK but i think if you try hard enough we all will succeed 'good things come to those who to wait'

good luck guys  ;D


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: P_Gringel on July 03, 2012, 07:44:39 PM
Good luck it is not easy bear that in mind. >:(


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: P_Gringel on July 03, 2012, 07:45:52 PM
Hi guys n gals also from uk! Living in Nuneaton originally Cumbria not long signed up to GDI knowen bout it for years, done kleeneze before was retailing £4000 a month this oppertunity is so much easyer going to Market like kleeneze buying leads flyers talk to everyone, like the saying goes some will some won't so what next... Onward and upwards my friends 
Hope it is all going well for you.Best of luck.


Title: Re: A new memmber from UK
Post by: P_Gringel on July 03, 2012, 07:47:56 PM
 ;)
Hello and welcome from me terry Collins live in Milton Keynes UK and looking forward to getting started on this new project
How is that working for you?


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: NickC on July 05, 2012, 10:39:49 AM
Hey Paul, you seam to know how to get around and succeed.. we can always learn from people like you.... love to know more of what you do and please share with me if I can support you in any way.

all the best.
nick catricala


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: Andrzej_Balys on July 19, 2012, 06:22:59 PM
 :o

He,

 ID: andydolar

How are you , I hope well.

      To the best traffic for you and more and more ...

    To success all GDI TEAM ELITE
regards
email: wsgdi@andydolar.com
 ;)


Title: Re: Greetings from the UK
Post by: WilliamAmis on July 31, 2012, 08:40:15 AM
Just stay the course and keep moving forward. It is not a matter of asking people who do not want a business to join in a way that we would support a business. You must find what their passion is and show them how GDI is just a part of the foundation that will launch a business based on their passion. They share it with the world and prosperity will manifest. You have to know the procedures.

Get with me or Nick C. and we will show you the right way the first time. Hey, we are all one big GDI family so if we have procedure that cost nothing and you just learn from us then everyone will feel the prosperity as we few have been blessed with.

GDI is a great solid part of really starting off right. Every business online and offline need to have their own address. There are different ways to see how it fits in any situation with the right coaching you will learn what works without any additional expenses.

If his sounds good just contact me or my man Nick C. we are always here to support all.


Title: Re: Anyone from the UK
Post by: RaymondRichard on August 24, 2012, 10:00:07 AM
Paul,
When you said stay the course this is so true, even over here in the states people are not quick to change their old way of thinking. This is a great business and I can help those that need assistance.

Hi all you Brits!

I'm from Shropshire and I can tell you that there are UK folk out there who see the potential. I've proved it - with around 200 in my team so far 99% of them are from the UK. You may have seen my name at Number TWO on the LeaderBoard recently?

How did I do it?

By Direct Mail.

Sending a simple A4 flyer out to postcode addresses.

Don't give up - we're a bit slow over here when it comes to Network Marketing but you just have to target the right people.

Regards

Paul E. Watts





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