Helpful Tips for Network Marketers
As a business model, network marketing has been with us for more than a hundred years. During this time, a lot of tricks and techniques and tactics and gizmos have risen to popularity and then disappeared. However, the essentials of creating a rock solid network marketing business have not changed significantly.
Time Management in Network Marketing
Ask any network marketing guru about the importance of time management, and he will tell you that it’s not only important but critical.
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In fact, time is your most precious resource, so use it in the wisest way possible. While you perform the role of leader in your team, prepare to manage intense demands on your time. Establish limits and let your team know immediately so that your business need not take up each minute of your time. The good news is there are specific actions you can take to enable you to improve your time management skills.
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For example, set an end time and stick to it for each meeting or event. Make srue your members pre-screen their prospects before you talk to these people as an upline. Don’t drive two hours to see a prospect who sounded lousy on the phone. Allot a specific number of office hours for staff coaching. Produce an FAQ video and answer people’s questions by referring them to it.
Network Marketing Recruitment Tips
You know that this kind of business thrives on recruitment. The eagerness and first bulk orders of new distributors are key to you’re the growth and momentum of your team. Know that only a handful of people are what you might call “natural” recruiters. And you don’t learn to be a good recruiter if you simply watch people do it and don’t do it yourself. Again, the good news, there are certain things you can do to improve your recruiting skills. Before anything, practice. Note that to recruiting effectively is a skill. Hence, you have to practice with people, alone, in front of a mirror, and so on. And schedule your practice. It will sure feel odd to tell yourself, “got to practice recruiting at at four o’clock,” but you’ll get used to it anyway.
Also take note that prior to recruiting effectively, you have to learn the art of inviting people. This art, in fact, has the capacity to perfect your skills in recruiting. If you can get someone to join an event and they actually show up, the event’s host will do the recruiting part. And recruit only when you’re happy.
Finally, recruiting lasts no earlier than thirty days after registration. Even when the prospect has signed a contract or placed his first order, you still have to continue recruiting him because he can’t be considered fully on board until he has recruited some individuals himself.