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MLM Training

Because independent contractors (distributors) are "in business for themselves, but not by themselves" training becomes a crucial component of companies' success strategy. Often training begins with the distributor kit. Training continues as top distributors hold meetings to introduce and train downline distributors in product and in compensation strategy. Companies continue training at regional and national meetings.

  • September 28, 2013

    When Is the Best Time to Make a Sale?

    Do you know when the best time is to help your prospects make their first purchase? Timing is everything in marketing. Get it wrong and you can't get your prospects' attention. Get it right and you'll see your revenue grow each month of the year. My daughter was twelve when we got a dog. She couldn't g... Read more ›

  • September 28, 2013

    Are You Able to Save People’s Lives with MLM?

    The network marketing industry is often seen as controversial. When you join a network marketing company, you are then faced with the intimidating job of telling your friends and family. What will be their response? But, why would one be so afraid of confessing such a thing? Is a career in network marketi... Read more ›

  • September 27, 2013

    What to Look for in a Network Marketing Training Program

    When considering joining a network marketing company, you should carefully evaluate that company’s network marketing training program. A training system should be designed to help you succeed with your company over the long-term, not just earn a few good checks in the first few months. A training system... Read more ›

  • September 27, 2013

    Network Marketing Success: Putting Your Prospects First

    Jane and Mary are both in network marketing. They both possess equal talent, resources, and motivation. However, their approaches to recruiting and business-building are quite different. Jane is determined to enroll as many new business partners as possible into her organization each month. So far she... Read more ›

  • August 27, 2013

    Make Every Customer Touchpoint a Talking Point

    I spent the better part of this week at the Direct Selling Association Annual Meeting in Miami. It was a wonderful time of education, celebration, and networking with some of my favorite people. I also attended a session taught by John Moore of BrandAutopsy. He’s done marketing work for the likes of ... Read more ›

  • October 18, 2012

    “I’m a bit pressed for time at the moment. Just give me your 60-second elevator pitch.”

    An "elevator pitch" is what sales pros call their 60-second presentation.  And a lot of times, that's all the time you have to capture and hold someone's attention: the time it takes an elevator to take you up...or down. Think of it this way: the evening news is a 12-minute news hole stretched to 30 w... Read more ›

  • December 29, 2011

    The Most Critical Yet Overlooked Prinicple in Product Sales-by John Boe

    One of the most critical, yet overlooked principles in the selling process, is the power of self-discovery through customer involvement. Regrettably, many salespeople use a "show and tell" presentation style and babble on hoping they might say something that will generate a sale. When you show or tell you... Read more ›