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In this post, I share ways of complimenting prospects in network marketing
What are the ways of complimenting prospects in network marketing?
Prospecting and inviting is the most critical skill you need to develop to find success in your network marketing career.
Prospecting is talking to people, and sharing your product and business, and inviting them to learn more via call, coffee, live meeting or event.
I love giving compliments and I wasn’t that type of person before but I simply realized that people are not being complimented that much so if I started to compliment people when I saw them by being observant I could possibly make them smile or make their day.
So notice something that you can highlight and give a compliment. Sometimes what I do is if they have a pet or kids or an item like T-shirt, necklace etc… it is what I go for to kick start a conversation with that individual. Really sometimes even a smile kick starts a conversation.
People like compliments.
You start with a compliment. Nice shoes, nice shirt, nice earrings, nice car etc…you know all those sort of things!
Give them some kind of compliment.
“Hey, I see you’re rocking Gucci. This is beautiful. Best design ever.” That is a compliment
Pay them some kind of compliment, see where it goes. See where the energy is.
This is another way: Ask them questions about their family, where they work, etc. I like to eventually ask: Where are you from? –This question will lead you into what I like to call your “professional pick up line” later on.
Keep conversing like the game of ping pong, and eventually say how nice it was to meet them. Then ask: “Do you have a card? Earlier you mentioned you were from <their city>. My business is expanding to <their city>. I would like to give you a call and take just a few minutes to tell you what we’re doing there, and who we’re looking for and pick your brain. I’ve so enjoyed talking to you—I’d love to reconnect and see if you can help me out.”
OR Use this approach
When you’re out, give compliments, ask a lot of questions, and network! Have a normal conversation. Before you leave: “I’ve loved chatting with you today and want to leave you a little gift. I wanted to share some products with you that I am in love with! I know you’ll love them too. There are instructions on how to use them. If you promise you will use them, I promise I will follow-up and stay in touch! Today is Sunday. I will call you on Tuesday to see how you love them. What time works best for you?” Exchange info, schedule a time to follow up, and FOLLOW UP! Thanks to Sarah for these lines
AND THAT’S ALL ON THE WAYS OF COMPLIMENTING PROSPECTS IN NETWORK MARKETING
ADDITIONAL POST: Rules For Presentations Or Sign-Up Links
Being online I’ve been pitched all different types of ways, and I can tell you most network marketers get this ALL wrong.
One of the worst things you can do with online prospecting is ask someone what they do for a living, and it’s right there on their social media profile. That tells me for starters; you are lazy because you didn’t take two seconds to check out my profile.
And two you are not genuinely interested in getting to know who I am.
Now when you are prospecting offline things are different, you are going into the conversation completely blind, so you will need to ask your prospect more questions, and that is acceptable.
So with that being said, here are a couple of rules or guidelines you should follow if you are doing on or offline prospecting.
- Only give out your company links for people who ask or gives you permission to send it to them.
- Always build some rapport when first starting the conversation. (There is a way to transition over to your business which I will discuss in a bit.)
- Your conversation should never be high pressure for your prospects. It should be solely their choice if they decide to joining your team or not.
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