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HOW TO GET YOUR DOWNLINE TO BUY YOUR PRODUCTS IN NETWORK MARKETING.
Members of my Network Marketing Coaching Programs can ask me for help or advice every week.
Today’s training arises from the question asked by the Naija Marketing Pro Community Mastermind Group member, Lilian from Nassarawa, Nigeria.
She asked, “My major challenge after the registration of my downlines is getting them to place order, I need help with that, how do I get them to order products?”
So, in this training, we will be looking at how to get your downline to buy your products in network marketing.
QUICK FACTS: I understand where that question is coming from because in network marketing, compensation for distributors is based on both product sales and recruiting other sales reps. Consultants who bring new associates into the fold then receive commissions based on the new reps’ future sales and their recruits’ sales.
So, I took it upon myself and went about to ask some leaders in network marketing industry in Nigeria in our Naija Marketing Pro Community Mastermind Group that are also crushing their goals to help proffer an answer to her question.
In this, Patience Oluwatoyin Olusuyi said, “I avoid registering people who are not certain about when to place order. Oftentimes, it’s most difficult to convince people to place order for products after registration in fact, when you do follow up- one ends up getting angered because they will treat you like they are doing you a favor.”
So here, she advise that you avoid people who can’t place an order at the point of registration.
Another leader, Benedict Akpoyibo said, “Its simple. Stories tell, ingredients sell. She has to let them know what it will benefit them from using the products. She has to share she and other’s product testimonies.”
He continues, “For example… My elder sister shared some ‘COMPANY XXX’ with me. She’s not interested in the NETWORKING. I used the products,myself and my children. The results within days were miraculous! I experienced tangible results.”
“My children and my wife saw changes. Now nobody asked me or my wife to go look for more of the products!!! That also led to the business opportunity… boy its robust! So to get them to buy…simply share product testimony.”
He finally said, “Same thing happened to a friend of mine whose mother and siblings used another company’s products and saw changes and immediately got involved buying products. Its as simple as that.”
Moreover, Iyare Egho Ojiemhen also said, “First you need to build a personal relationship with them. Don’t show desperation, make them see it is for their own good. Also encourage the new prospect that he or she can begin small and gradually you grow.”
Another leader in the same company with her, Christie Olawumi Bawa said, “I believe in every business registration is just identifying your interest in the business, but the real business takes off when the interested person commits financially to the business.”
“So the consultant needs to spell out the terms properly to the prospects, that is, you need to register and shop before you begin to enjoy the benefits of the business.”
“It’s possible the consultant just encouraged the prospects to register. So it is important to spell out these terms properly.”
“Another thing would also be to ask the prospects why he is interested in the business.”
“If it is to make a living for himself, a better life, plan B or whatever, that reason is what the consultant may need to place before the person and let him know that to achieve this you need to shop and be consistent in the business.”
Thanks to all these awesome contributions.
My take, do the following:
Everyone understands the value of using great products.
There is a perceived value for excellent service as well.
People actually don’t mind spending a little more money for something if they feel the product or the service is great.
You want to represent your product well in order to work toward establishing credibility.
And, you want to represent your company well in order to gain trust.
Dress appropriately for the type of product you sell.
Then, have everyone who is on your team that have been using the products do the same.
Develop your business “voice.” How you say what you say is critically important.
Share before and after ‘experience” in your group and ask others that used it to do likewise… No hype but the real deal here.
Your product displays should be clean and clear of clutter.
People just won’t make buying decisions if they’re not comfortable, if they can’t find what they want or, if they can’t get their questions answered quickly and easily.
I hope this is helpful to you?
Let me know what you think in the comments below. And, feel free to share this with your teammates.
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