Why Building on Social Media Makes Recruiting Easier, Faster and More Convenient
Here’s why the advice of network marketing leaders (especially old school peeps) is not always the most relevant in today’s digital age…
Something another network marketing leader and top producer said at a company event REALLY PERPLEXED me… (the full story is in the article below)
I see more and more leaders building their business using the internet, yet some of these same leaders are still telling their people NOT to build a brand online.
Do you think it’s a situation where it’s “Do as I say, not as I do?”
Regardless, I’ve found that building my business and brand online, has actually made attracting prospects and new team members easier, faster and far more convenient than holding home meetings or driving around town meeting with prospects.
It’s been a game changer and this article pretty much sums up why you literally DO NOT have to choose between your family, your personal time and your network marketing business.
You can comment “More Info” below if you want to know what I’m doing and I’ll shoot you some info via Messenger or you can simply click below to read all about it.
I’d love to get your thoughts on this. Look forward to connecting!
Three Things You Need to Grow Your Network Marketing Business Online
This information literally saved my network marketing career at a time when I was burned out on home meetings, hotel meetings, events & being away from home…
It turned out, taking my network marketing business online was much easier than I though it would be and WAY more fun!
Nine months of doing things “old school”, I had recruited 17 people onto my team but ALL had quit!
I held home meetings at my mom’s, friends’ houses, strangers’ houses, attended company events, regionals and after literally tens of thousands of miles drive and deep in debt, I was pretty much done with “old school”.
But by the grace of God and a little luck, I found the website of someone who had built his network marketing empire almost completely online and I was saved.
I was a bit intimidated by the ‘techie’ stuff, but fortunately, the reality wasn’t all that scary. In fact, it was fun and I’ve met some really inspiring and talented people.
I’m happy to share what I’ve found with you! Just comment “More Info” below and I’ll get you some free information that can help or you can simply click on the link to learn more.