Attracting Customers

Attracting your customers

When you joined your network marketing company were you instructed to:
 
  •  make a list of people you know
  • contact everyone on that list and tell them about your product or opportunity
  •  talk to every person you come in contact with and tell them about your product or opportunity
 
You can spend your time hassling (prospecting) every person that comes within 3 feet of you. You can spend every waking minute thinking about making sales.
 
Or you can actually enjoy spending time with friends and family, since you are not constantly working on selling to them. You can meet new people without persistently planning how to sell to them.
 
You can attract the right people to you and your business. People that truly want your product.
 
Not to say that you sit back and people will come to you. You need to know the actions to take for this to happen. 
 
You need to make sure you really know who you are looking for, not every single person that you come in contact with.
 
Just like you are not working to sell ice to someone at the South Pole, you need to know the benefits of your product and who can really benefit from it.
 
You want to be clear on your message, so you can make sure you are attracting the people that can use your product.  Share what you know can help that person out there looking for your product.
 
You can learn how to:
  • become clear on who your product or service can help.
  • write about what they are looking for.
  • attract them to you.  

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Michelle - August 16, 2017 Reply

This is very comforting to hear! When I try to research how to launch and market my business, everyone tells you to sell all.the.time. This is great perspective. Focusing on my target market is not the same as pitching to everyone you come in contact with. Thank you for the new point of view!

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