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Selling The Idea Of Selling
Network marketing prospecting is the real heart of your network marketing business – selling the idea of selling. In other words, whilst selling products to friends, relatives and other contacts starts the sales commissions rolling, there’s a better way.
The real money is to be made through proactive network marketing prospecting and bringing more and more people into your network. If you can get 5 people to join you and they each get 5 people who in turn each get 5 people and you get sales commissions from all of them, then you can make some serious money.
However, network marketing has picked up a bit of bad karma. The evangelistic methods passed down from network leaders through their distributors to unsuspecting public like you and me has left a little problem.
Tags: multi-level marketing, network marketing, sales, Small business sales techniques
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Do you sometimes feel that you just don’t know how to get your message across any more?
You’re telling the world about your company and your products until you’re blue in the face but little is happening. Perhaps your products aren’t cutting the mustard or is it your marketing messgage?
Take a time out and look at these 6 simple reminders how to get your message across:
1- Keep your message simple. Don’t be afraid to state the bleeding obvious. Seth Godin uncovered this cutting which brings simplicity and stating the obvious to new levels:
2- One message at a time. 90% of prospects will have forgotten everything you have said within three days. Don’t forget that they are bombarded with messages 24/7. So make what they have to remember as easy as possible and try and increase that time to…. four days. It might make the difference. Read more »
Tags: communication, marketing, promotion, sales
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