#1 Network Marketing tip to recruit more reps
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Network Marketing tips Don’t Barrage Your Friends and Family
Nothing will annoy your family, and cost you friends than constantly pestering them about your business. There’s nothing wrong with letting them know what you’re doing and seeing if they have an interest, but if the answer is “no,” let it go. Many companies suggest making a list of 100 people you know, and while that’s not wrong, you should consider that most successful MLMers have very few friends and family in their business. And those who are in the business, often come AFTER seeing the MLMer’s success.
5) Identify Your Target Market
One of the biggest mistakes new MLMers make is looking at everyone (including friends and family #4) as a potential customer or recruit. This is one area where the MLM industry gets it wrong. Like any other business, you’re going to have greater success and efficiency if you identify your target market and focus your marketing efforts at them. Someone who doesn’t care about vitamins or health and wellness isn’t a good person to pester about your business.
6) Make an Effort to Share Your Product Everyday
Many MLM reps will have you focus on recruiting new business builders; however, your income, in legitimate MLM, comes from the sales of products or services. Further, if customers who love the products or services, can be more easily converted into new business builders. Just like any other business (home-based or otherwise), getting the word out about your product or service can benefit your target market, is the key to generating new customers and recruits. Some ideas include sharing a product sample, inviting a neighbor to host a product party, or starting a website or social media account.
7) Sponsor, Don’t Recruit
One of the benefits of MLM is the ability to bring in new business builders and profit from the sales they make in their business. While some see this as “using” others, the reality is that you’re being rewarded for helping others succeed. But for them to succeed, you need to see your role not as racking up as many recuits as possible, but in being a leader and trainer. The focus then is on the success of those you help in the business, not on you. That means you need to take time to train them, answer questions, celebrate their successes, and be a support when things are tough.
8) Set a Goal for Parties or Presentations
MLM is a person-to-person to business. While many people don’t like that aspect, especially in the digital age, the reality is that it’s the personal touch that sells the products and business, and retains customers and business builders. Based on your compensation plan and goals, determine how many people you need to show your products or business to reach your goals in the time you want. Doing so will ensure you grow your business rather than just sustain it.
7) Listen and Sell the Solution
Many companies provide scripts to help you sell the product or service. While these can be helpful in teaching you about your product and dealing with objections, sales is all about being a solution to what a customer needs. By qualifying your contact first, and then listening to their needs, you can tailor your pitch so that you’re the solution to their problem. People buy solutions.
8) Learn How to Market
MLMers often stick to the three-foot rule (everyone within 3-feet of you is a prospect) and other traditional marketing tactics. But direct sales is like any other business. It can and should be marketed in a variety of ways that takes into consideration your target market, what it needs, how you can help it, and where it can be found. To that end you can use a variety of marketing tools including a website (check your companies policies about websites), email and social media to increase product sales and interest in your business.