Everyone wants to have high Facebook engagement. Yet posting on Facebook can be tricky. You want to entice people to your product or service, but your Facebook profile shouldn’t be all about the sales. That will turn everyone off: not only your friends and family, but potential prospects to! People don’t come on to Facebook to be sold; they come for an experience and to connect with people. If you use your Facebook page – both your personal page and your fan page to connect with people, then you will get more leads and sales than you can handle! But it takes practice and there are some definite elements to a successful Facebook post. [Read more…]
There are a lot of network marketing tools out there to help professionals with their business. There are ton of online tools that help automate social media, do analysis, and keep track of records. Let’s not forget the back office your company provides as well as a variety of flavors of presentations, flyers, and other literature to help you with prospects! But all of these tools don’t compare to the network marketing tool that has helped top earners rise to the top. This tool has been around for a long time – and just improves over time.
Can you guess what it is? [Read more…]
I was warned. Several times, actually.
First, by training from my network marketing company.
Then, by Dani Johnson. I know I’ve been told by others, but I can’t remember who – I just remember being told. [Read more…]
If a network marketing tip you use involves tricking people into seeing your business presentation, just stop.
There are a few ways people trick others into seeing a business presentation. Here are a few: [Read more…]
If you want to be massively successful in network marketing, you really should employ both online AND offline strategies, including cold calling. Yes, there are masters out there KILLING it in the online world, but even they will tell you that [Read more…]
Lead generation from your warm market seems hard, doesn’t it?
The Usual Story
The usual story goes like this: you are a new business owner, just signed up with your sponsor, and she gives you the first assignment: write a list of at least 100 people you know.
This is usually how it goes in your head: [Read more…]