Three Network Marketing Mistakes That Destroy Down-line Growth

Written by Jim Lynn

I was really shocked to learn...

That Network Marketing (NWM) Distributors are absolutely being misled when it comes to building their business. I am speaking of 90% or more of all NWM Distributors.

The first time I realizedrepparttar magnitude of this problem was while flying aroundrepparttar 105669 country for a well-known NWM company to present marketing seminars. My audiences were dyed inrepparttar 105670 wool believers of their products and NWM business opportunity.

There was just one thing wrong: Few of them (and there were thousands) ever made more than a few dollars from their business.

These Distributors had worked hard to make their business grow, and were frustrated over why it hadn't. Their sponsors and com- panies told them that to build their business, they should share company products with prospects, and that is what they did. Only thing is...It wasn't working!

This is why they came to hear me speak. They were looking for answers.

I shared three misconceptions that plague our industry with my audiences; and told them why many top producers aware ofrepparttar 105671 problem, are simply unwilling to speak out about them.

Those three misconceptions are...

1. Sharing Products:

The first misconception operates onrepparttar 105672 premise of sharing products with prospects to create new Distributors. The fallacy of this method is that while it is a great way to introduce con- sumers to products, it does little to create business-to-business relationships.

People need more motivation than great products to convince them to begin a business. Besides, products are everywhere. Any idea who stands to gainrepparttar 105673 most from this misconception? That's right,repparttar 105674 companies who makerepparttar 105675 products!

2. Sponsoring Leaders:

The second misconception operates onrepparttar 105676 premise of spon- soring leaders and self-starters to buildrepparttar 105677 business under us. This kind of marketing works once in awhile, but overlooks 90% ofrepparttar 105678 population who, themselves, rely on leadership for guidance. Just look at your own down-line.

4 Tips for Keeping a Team Motivated

Written by Kara Kelso

Companies often have incentives for reps, but sometimes that isn't enough. To keep your team motivated, you could do a number of things:

1. Hold your own personal incentive for your team This could be something as simple as a a gift certificate forrepparttar one who sellsrepparttar 105668 most in a month.

2. Set up a message board just for your personal team A great way to keep in contact with everyone. Many wahm boards already have a section for your company, so if you don't haverepparttar 105669 time to set up your own you could use a specific board for your team.

3. Send out a monthly newsletter to your team Keep it personal and let them know how you are doing....motivate them by explaining some ofrepparttar 105670 ways you have advanced duringrepparttar 105671 month.

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