MLM recruiting tips
Network marketing recruiting is the most important part of your business. If you do not recruit anyone into your business, you will probably quit. Keep in mind that you can not recruit your way to the top.
You can only get to the top through duplication!
But I digress.
Let’s get on with the world’s best MLM recruiting tips
Prospecting and recruiting go hand in hand so there might seem to be some of both of those in my list.
Tip #1 – Choose your target market. You need to learn what their hopes, dreams and desires are. Learn their problems and frustrations. I would suggest choosing a target market that you are part of, meaning people who are like you. If you are a realtor, then prospect other realtors. If you are a teacher then go after other teachers. You already know all about them because you are one of them.
This tip is perhaps the most important. This is the foundation on which you will build your business. The better you know your target market, the easier it will be to communicate with them.
Tip #2 – Make a personal connection. Let them know who you are. Tell them about you and your problems. Let them know that you understand them and who they are.
This tip is about relationship. Make friends. It’s as simple as that. If you are selling your business upfront, you will be chasing people, forever.
Tip #3 – Ask questions. This is how you will find out the specific problems and worries that these people have. You have two ears and one mouth … take the hint! Listen twice as much as you talk. It’s difficult to get yourself into too much trouble if you are listening, but it’s very easy to say too much!
Be an empathetic listener, not a passive listener. You never want to tune out your prospect. You want to let them know that you know exactly how they feel. Maybe you have even been in the same or similar situations.
This aids in the building of the connection and the trust that you want to foster. It is much more desirable to deal with someone that you know, like and trust.
Let your company’s business presentation do the talking for you. Your job is to make friends, uncover their problems and offer them solutions. Then invite them to a presentation. Hopefully, they will find the solution to their problems there.
Tip #4 – Offer a team training manual. A team training manual is something that most network marketers never have. A manual where your business plan is written down. You will want to put everything in there that is working for you and your team. Every marketing method. Every place that your team advertises. Any scripts that are used to do your prospecting. Anything and everything that will help a new recruit to get started on the right foot and be working to build a successful business.
How much easier will it be to try to recruit someone when you show them this manual. You say, “When you join our team you will receive this training manual. It contains everything you need to know to be successful in this business.”
What a great confidence boost the prospects will get when they see that manual. It will convey that you have a successful plan. That you are the team leader and that you are there to help them.
When anyone joins the network marketing business, they are excited to get started. Unfortunately, most people have no idea what to do. This will solve that problem for everyone on your team. Eventually, your team will become too big for you to personally train everyone who joins. Having a manual of what your team is doing, a “what’s working now” will be invaluable to you, your team and your new recruits!
Those are my 4 top MLM recruiting tips.
If you have any MLM recruiting tips that you’d like to share please enter them in the comment box below.
Please share this article with your downline! It might help them!
If you liked this article called, These are my 4 best MLM recruiting tips, please Like it below for Facebook and be part of the conversation by leaving a comment below.
There is also code in the box below, if you want to link to this article. Just copy and paste it on your blog or site. Thank you!
Link to this post using the following HTML: