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Branding is a HUGE part of successfully building your network marketing business online.
In fact, if you’re using the Internet to prospect and recruit, it all starts with your brand.
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A successful network marketing business is predicated upon building a solid team of “a-players” who produce and duplicate.
So, needless to say, it’s super important to prospect the right people.
Yet this is where just about everyone goes wrong.
You see, most network marketers are so desperate for a quick buck…
Having recruited 80% of my team of 8,300 distributors using Facebook, I get a TON of questions about how to use social media to build a network marketing business.
Recently a fan reached out and asked:
“When using Facebook, do you ever assign your friends to different “groups” within your friends list—like a list for weight loss, a list for prospects, a list for customers—or do you just keep your friends list complete? Is creating separate lists a better way to target?”
So, in this video, I’m going to walk you through how I’ve been targeting prospects to grow my network marketing business, using Facebook.
Many times when we engage in prospecting conversations, we tend to over-complicate our thinking and overlook what’s staring us right in the face.
In other words, we often engage our prospects from our perspective, not from theirs, as we are trying to sell them on what we have to offer.
And as you might have deduced, this is the WRONG approach.
Because until you’ve asked a few detective-like questions, you’re in no position to sell your prospect anything.