If you have any experience with MLM marketing already then you know a thing or two about how this model operates and how to get the most out of it. For the rest of us, MLM can be kind of confusing or even frightening as complicated, new things sometimes are. Thankfully there are some effective, simple MLM tips you can use to get a new MLM rep started with fewer problems and a greater chance for that new person to get a good beginning in the field. The most important thing is to set appointments with your new rep and keep them.
While you can use that time together to offer vital training, advice and otherwise apply your skills and experience to make them better Network Marketers, your reps will relish regular constructive criticism and a chance to learn from their mistakes rather than be punished immediately. It is during these meetings you should be making your business plan very clear to your new MLM reps. If they don’t know what they’re doing or what they’re selling, how can you expect them to succeed? Moreover, if they don’t make any money, neither will you. You must give them regular attention and make sure they are informed.
Holding an occasional contest within your organization will allow you to encourage more production from your team while rewarding the reps who perform the best within your downline. In addition, this is also a good idea because it will show some of your newer or weaker team members what the best among your staff do to stay on top. For the person who enrolls the most in a month, you will want to give an appropriate reward for the hard work that they put in and reps more than anything like to be recognized for their efforts. Some ideas would be an expense paid trip to Las Vegas, an iPad, or a $50 gift certificate at their favorite restaurant.
Always make the MLM reps in your organization feel valued.
This is just a good practice. In addition to rewarding success, you need to give your new MLM reps the right foundation to succeed in the first place. Set expectations in their minds. This begins with the training call, something many upline leaders dread but which you should actually look forward to. While the work might be a hassle, it is your best opportunity to see up close and personally whether your new talent has what it takes to make it with your company or not. You will know which ones are worth keeping and which cases are just hopeless much earlier as well this way.
While these are all great methods for helping a new MLM rep get started in the business, this last one might be the most important of all. Everyone dreads them but performance reviews are a necessary part of any career in Network Marketing. People need to know what they’re doing right, what they’re doing wrong. It’s your job as a mentor to help them with this. You are their support system and you want them to succeed in this business.
If you are looking for a mentor or a sponsor, I am opening up a few spots this month the opportunity for you to work directly with me. If this is something that you are open to, you can contact me here.
To your Success,