Great article and you nailed it regarding purchasing leads. I tried a few times talking with various people over the phone but none committed. I often wonder how the greats like Dexter Yager and Bill Britt (both amway reps) built their businesses to such a large magnitude without the use of social media. I certainly believe social media has made building network marketing businesses much easier than back in the day.
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.
By buying leads month after a month, a network marketing rep builds his or her own list of leads, usually in an autoresponder. You can then continue to market to these people for years to come. The best idea to continually give them value, your emails could perhaps have a ratio of 80% value to 20% sales. If all you do is send sales offers to your list, you will see your open rates go down, and your unsubscribe rates go up.
I would like to try the instagram. I have been in this business since January 5 and not doing very well. Took me a month just to get my children to join & this company is actually giving out shares as you join. Like I said, it took me a month just to get my children to understand the concept of the shares, after sharing the video of Magic Johnson being interviewed by Ellen Degenerate about his reqret for turning down Nike tennis shoes, with one of the owners of Nike being one of the owners of this company & how this is time sensitive, but no one else is interested. Please help.
This lead type means you speak only to serious prospects who’ll be expecting your call. These are delivered in real-time. Out of 25 leads usually there’s only 1 that’s qualified and fits. They need to have a min of 10 hours per week to work on their business, own a computer, have internet, have money to invest, etc. You get the name of the agent who talked to them so you can use it when you’re following up.
Before you start trying to generate more leads, make sure you know who you're trying to reach and where you might be able to find them—physically or virtually. First, identify the need or want that your product or service can address. For instance, joining your direct sales business can help a person fulfill a need for more income. Perhaps the wellness products you sell can help people meet their desire to stay healthy.