Just because you paid for the lead, it doesn’t mean that you should get emotionally attached to each one. Buying leads is, and always will be, a sorting process to find your next business partners. If you are terrible at the phone, either, buy MLM leads or get a job at a telemarketing company. Gaining experience on the phone is worth its weight in gold. Every big recruiter or enroller is good on the phone. Most of them used to be terrible but experience made them better.
You have your day. During your day you have little gaps. Each day you fill in some gaps with a few calls here and there. You make the decision to not go to bed every day until you did 20 reach outs picking up the phone and calling a lead. The rest of the time you're doing warm market, Facebook, other meetings...whatever it is you do every day in your business. You take the 20 a Day challenge and at the end of the year, look at your result. All you did was fill in the gaps of your time with leads...calling 5200 people or so during the next year. How many people could you recruit...in a addition to what you do during your main prospecting time. How many new customers would you have?? The numbers would create the result.
Jaylynn is a Utah based blogger who’s been selling LipSense for 9 months. Today she has almost 4000 people on her team and has a six figure paycheck. Her Facebook group is rocking (I’m in it so I know). She uses Facebook ads (the best!) to keep growing. Another blogger I know made $5k her first month. Bloggers are great for network marketing because they already have a following.
Only people who have signed up through an actual lead capture page are going to appear on our Lists as a prospect. These prospective customers are people who already have an interest in finding out more about home businesses so they are ready for you to contact them. They have provided all of their essential contact information, which we have taken and compiled into a number of valuable Biz Opp Leads. Call us today if you have any questions.
Develop a referral program. Just like in other businesses, people who are referred by others are easier to convert to a sale than people who weren't, because they're usually coming to you with some interest in buying. Many people you talk to won't be interested in buying right away, but they might know people who are. Happy customers may want to share your product or business. You can develop a referral program to give people incentive to refer others to you. For example, you can give them a 10 percent discount on their next purchase for every new customer they refer.
The internet has made it easier than ever for people involved in multilevel marketing (MLM) to find leads or people who might be interested in your product, service, or business. Instead of just reaching out to people you know or approaching strangers, you can create a website, build an email list, leverage social media, and develop referral programs to generate solid leads that can eventually translate to sales.