Frazer Brookes has been producing a lot of content around social media for network marketing... Should this MLM coach be on your radar? Let's take a look at what he brings to
Getting to write great MLM emails for your autoresponder can be a pain in the neck. What do you write about? How do you put it together? How do you
Having a flexible MLM business system is very important if you want to hit it big in the industry. Many network marketers fail to accept that they are running a business. As such, they have no MLM business system in place, and simply "do things". Sadly, this is the reason why so many people don't make it in the industry. As a wise man once said: "If you fail to plan, you plan to fail".
When you want to grow an MLM business fast, especially if you want to grow it faster than your upline, there are a few things you need to keep in mind: 1. Network marketing success is about numbers. Unfortunately, most people think it's about the number of recruits. It's not. It's about the numbers on your commission cheque. Contrary to what most people believe, these two are not necessarily related. Allow me to explain...
When you try to explain MLM business principles to someone who never participated, or never dealt with it before, it's easy to run into the old excuse of "this sounds like a pyramid scheme..." However, if you know how to present it to the prospect, it's usually relatively simple to overcome the objection. Firstly, any business is, in essence, the same. It offers a product, which has to be bought, stored, shipped to customers, and promoted.
Bad MLM prospects! We all get them. The people who just keep throwing up excuses, or keep on taking up more and more of your time. The people who pretend to know more about your business than you do - yet they don't do any business. The "pain-in-the-neck" prospect. How do you handle them? Well, firstly you have to think of what you do in terms of "effort versus reward". Note that I don't say "effort versus new recruits", or "efforts versus signups" - because "effort versus reward" means exactly that:
Many network marketers dread the moment that they have to "close the deal". Doing a presentation is one thing; getting a sale is another. Here are a few MLM closing tips to make your life easier. In general, the best way to close an MLM prospect is to ask specific questions, and the answers he or she gives will "let them close themselves" (their answers will do 90% of the work for you).
Many network marketers never follow up on their old MLM prospects, or if they do, they go about it all wrong.There are two sides to the proverbial coin, so you may want to keep the following in mind: 1. Your old MLM prospects turned you down (regardless of how long ago it was) for a reason. It may be that they didn't understand or accept the concept, or it may be that they had unrealistic expectations, or maybe they simply weren't willing to commit their money and effort.
At first, it was to find Network Marketing prospects - people to present your business opportunity to. Now, you have them, a lot! What next? This time, it's how to convince your MLM prospect that they will make money when you are new and not making any money. Ready to convince your Network Marketing prospects?
Yes. Your MLM prospects ALL want the same things. These are based on basic human desires, and if used correctly, it can make you a boatload of money. In fact, virtually
"You sell pyramid schemes". If you're in network marketing, perhaps you've met people with such claim. There are many uninformed people out there that do not know the difference between legitimate