IV7 Ultimate Germ Defense Opportunity

IV7 Ultimate Germ Defense is not only the most exciting business opportunity in America, it is also the most significant product to be marketed by the MLM/Network Marketing model in 40 years.

IV7 contains a patented, proprietary molecule that acts as a trojan horse to attract bacteria, fungi, and microbes and then induces them to ingest a silver molecule, which kills them quickly!

It has been known for centuries that silver has disinfecting properties. Silver was used as a germicide as long ago as Greek and Roman times. The active ingredient in IV-7 Ultimate Germ Defense- is silver dihydrogen citrate (SDC), a patented, electrolytically-generated source of ionic silver which is stabilized in citric acid.

This formulation took almost a decade to develop and patent.

Unlike most commonly-used commercial or household antibacterial or cleaning products, it is colorless, odorless, non-flammable and non-corrosive. There are no fumes and it does not cause skin irritation.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency categorizes all antimicrobial products according to a toxicity scale from I to IV (I being most toxic and IV being the least.). Traditional disinfectants, which use active ingredients such as ethanol or ammonium chloride, fall into categories I and II. The SDC dilution used in IV-7 is in category IV.
Trojan Horse

IV-7 Ultimate Germ Defense attacks and kills germs from both inside and outside. Its method of germ defense is simple, yet extraordinarily effective. In this case, “the best defense is a good offense.”

Microbes see the citric acid in the product as a food source ” it acts as a scientific “Trojan Horse.” When they ingest it, the silver ion in the SDC ingredient enters the microbes. Once inside, the silver ion binds to the microbes DNA, which blocks it from replicating itself and killing it. Meanwhile, the silver ion also is attracted to sulfur-containing thiol groups found in metabolic and structural proteins bound to the surface of the membrane of a microbe. The SDC destroys the structure of these proteins, which causes the organism to die.
Residual Power

Common antibacterial surface-cleaning products are alcohol-based and simply kill germs on surfaces at the moment they are applied. IV-7 Ultimate Germ Defense- goes much farther: Once applied to a hard surface, it continues killing germs for at least 24 hours. This is a tremendous benefit for areas such as desks in schools and offices, tables, counters and other high traffic areas.
Lasting Power

Traditional silver-based disinfectants only kill germs for a short period of time and have short shelf lives. In contrast, IV-7 Ultimate Germ Defense- has a shelf life of several years.

IV-7 Quick Facts

* Kills a wide spectrum of bacteria, viruses and fungi
* Patented and EPA-registered
* Odorless
* Does not cause skin irritation
* Fast-acting (kills germs as fast as 30 seconds)
* Bacteria do not develop resistance to it

For more information or to sign up as a distributor, call John Zehr at (601) 624-3456 or contact me by email at .

It is Time to Link Up With LinkedIn

Mention the phrase “social media” and most people automatically think of Facebook and Twitter. But if you have any dealings in the corporate worldwhether youre a CEO, salesperson, human resource manager, administrative assistant, or anything in betweenyoull want to take a closer look at LinkedIn. You will find it a useful tool to make your business relationships more meaningfuland more profitable.
Before you dismiss the idea of using LinkedIn because you only know it as that “bland” social media site where people go when theyre looking for a job, realize that currently there are 90 million LinkedIn users worldwide. One new user joins every second of every day. And unlike social media sites like Facebook where many people use the site for entertainment, all LinkedIn users are business minded. That means the connections you develop on LinkedIn are more likely to positively impact you or your company in some way. Therefore, if you want better or more professional business relationships, LinkedIn is the place to be. Even if you have a business profile on Facebook and Twitter, LinkedIn makes a perfect addition to your personal or business branding efforts.

An Essential Business Resource
The key to making LinkedIn work for you and your company is to use the site regularly. That means posting something, either an update or a question/answer, every seven days at a minimum. Why? Because the more you use any social media site, the higher your “Google Juice” will bein other words, Googles algorithm will notice your regularity and youll get a higher ranking with Google than you would otherwise. Additionally, the more you interact and post on LinkedIn, the more prominent youll become within your networkyour name recognition will grow.
Fortunately, staying active in LinkedIn and a regular user is simple when you understand how LinkedIn can benefit you professionally. Use the following ideas and suggestions to make the most of your LinkedIn account.

Show off your skills. Its as easy to set up your profile in LinkedIn as it is in Facebook. Make sure your profile is well-written and that it highlights what you currently do, what you have done, your strengths, your talents, your key attributes, and your education. Remember that people will access your profile for many different reasons (recruitment, background information, professional contacts, etc.), so be thorough and always make your profile public. Since your LinkedIn profile is essentially a dynamic mini resume, keep it updated, tasteful, and accurate at all times. Additionally, you have an opportunity to display recommendations for you. As a point of etiquette, when you ask someone to write a recommendation, you must reciprocate.

Say something meaningful. By posting status updates that contain valuable content, you show your network that you are a team player and that you care about other peoples success. Remember that status updates are not the place to advertise your companys products or services, nor is it a conversation group. A better idea is to share a best practice, announce a seminar/event youve been to or are going to, or give a quick tip. If you cant think of anything to post, its perfectly acceptable to post a meaningful or motivational quote. The key is to post something interesting and relevant to your network. And always remember that what you post stays on the Internet forever. So if you wouldnt want your comment on the front page of your local newspaper, dont post it on LinkedIn.

Uncover conversation starters. LinkedIn is a great place to get an inside glimpse of people. For example, you can look up potential clients or vendors on LinkedIn and see what kind of books they read, where they went to school, what their main interests are (based on the groups they belong to), and so much more. Now youll have more to talk about when you meet the potential client, potential vendor, or potential networking friend. Think of LinkedIn as a gateway to have a professional relationship with someone much quicker. In fact, some estimates show that by using LinkedIn to research the people you plan to interact with, you can have a six-month head start on the relationship.

Spot trends and hot topics. Theres an amazing amount of real-time information available on LinkedIn. By being a member of various groups that interest you, you can see what people are thinking on a certain topic by the questions theyre posting and the responses theyre getting. So if you want to know what the current trends or best practices are in lean manufacturing, for example, you could join several lean manufacturing groups on LinkedIn and track each groups activity. You can then use the information you discover in your own company.

Get an “in” with top companies. Whether youre looking for new clients, new vendors, or even a new job, with LinkedIn you can search the companies you want to work with and see who in your network has connections there. You can then ask that personyour connectionfor an introduction to a decision maker who can help you. Even if you find that no one in your network has connections with a particular company, perhaps someone in one of your groups works there. Thats why its important to belong to every group that interests you. Continually build your LinkedIn relationships and make those key connections before you actually need them. As Harvey Mackay says, “Dig your well before youre thirsty.”

The Missing Link to Your Success
Even though 82 percent of people use some kind of social media regularly, social media itselfincluding LinkedInis much like the Wild West. Its not tame yet, and best practices are still being formed. With that said, if youve spent much of your time on other social media sites and feel they arent working for building professional relationships, then its time to give LinkedIn a try.
The key to making LinkedIn work is to work it regularly. Commit to spending at least thirty minutes per day on it, posting your ideas in updates, asking and answering questions, participating in groups, and reaching out to potential connections. Yes, its one more thing to schedule in your calendar, but by building relationships and gaining new information on people and topics, its also something that can make your job easier and your company better positioned.