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Put Some Jingle In Your Pocket- Network Marketing Holiday Training


Put Some Jingle In Your Pocket- Network Marketing Holiday Training

Would some bonuses help you to have a debt free holiday? Would you like to put some extra “jingle” in your pocket as you finish out 2013? Building your network marketing business during this time of year can be fun, festive, and extremely profitable! Let me show you how!


Here are a few of my holiday tips from the top, for building your Network Marketing Business:

1.) Give people the gift of your products or service:
There is no better way to market your products and business than to get your goods in the hands of as many people possible. So, in addition to updating your prospect list this month, I want you to make your holiday gift-giving list, and then pick a product for each person on the list. You know that once people use your products, they’re hooked. And then they talk about it. They re-order, refer people on, and some may even join your team in the New Year!

Who to give the gifts to:
-Friends, family, co-workers, referral sources, your loyal customers, people who provide you services (mail person, realtor, hair/nail person, housekeeper, sitter, teacher, coaches, etc).

Now’s the time to make your list and check it twice!!!
Make a list of all the people you need to give a gift to, and remember–it’s marketing, and smart business! It doesn’t have to be expensive.

2) In addition to giving the gift of your product, be sure to Give the gift of financial opportunity to everyone you meet!

The Holidays are a Prospecting Paradise! So many people are looking for extra cash this holiday, and you could be holding their holiday miracle in your hands. So don’t be afraid to spread good cheer!

Prospecting At Holiday Events

The holidays are a fabulous time to network and capture leads. You reconnect with people you know, and it’s also a great time to meet new people as well. Holiday events provide countless opportunities to tell your story, your company story, capture contacts, set a date to follow up and get people started in the business or on the products.

Attend every event you’re invited to. Keep conversations casual and simple. I once heard people say that networking is like interviewing: just ask people a lot of questions like “where are you from?” “Do you have kids? How old are they?” “What do you do?” This way you build rapport and get people talking about what they love and are most familiar with! The conversation will always bounce back to you! And of course, be good about bouncing back to them—like the game of ping pong.

When someone asks you what you do, a good response would be:
“I am a teacher by trade, but my passion is my new business.”

Then tell your personal story sharing about how you started your business, what interested you most about the opportunity, and what it’s doing for you (or what you plan on it providing for you). Share other leaders success stories they may relate to. Keep it short and sweet. Then, set a date to share more.

You could say something like:
“We’re here to enjoy the party tonight. I would love to tell you more at a later time! Let me quickly get your contact information-What’s your number & email?”

Capture or confirm contact information then say:
“As we expand here in <city> I’m always looking for people to join us. I’ll give you a call this week and tell you a little more. You may or may not have a personal interest, but maybe you could lead me to just the right person. I’d love to pick your brain and get ideas on how to expand my business here. I’m looking for referrals as we expand in <city>. ”

Learn to comfortably combine socializing with friends and family, meeting new people, enjoying the party, and capturing leads! Don’t miss these opportunities to share your passion for your business and products.

Prospecting When Out and About

The holidays are the perfect time to POWER PROSPECT as everyone is out and about. When you interact with a sales clerk, bank teller, waiter or waitress, thank them for their service and say: “Thanks for your awesome service today. We are looking for people like you for our business. I know you’re at work, but I would love to reconnect later tonight and tell you who we are looking for. What is a good time and number to reach you when you get home?” Then, follow up!

When you meet people out and about doing their holiday errands, strike up conversation. Before you leave say: “It was so great meeting you today. Earlier you mentioned you were from <city> and I have a business that is expanding there. I would love to stay in touch, talk at a later time, and get some ideas from you, and see if you know anyone who would be interested in partnering with us. What is a good time and number to reach you this week?” Then, follow up!

The Fortune is in the Follow Up

Don’t forget that the fortune really is in the follow up. So after you have these great conversations, be sure you send a quick email or Facebook message saying:“It was nice to see you, and I look forward to speaking to you again this week.” Then, call them!

Set Some Networking Goals For Yourself in November and December:
• How many leads would you like from each party, or each time you are out and about?
• How many business cards will you hand out that day? Put that number of cards in your wallet to keep yourself accountable.

3) Don’t forget to host your own holiday events too! 

Host your own holiday open houses, and reach out to your friends and ask them to host an event for you too. Say: “My business is building in your area. I’d love to meet new people. Would you be willing to host an event for me? You invite the people, I’ll do all the work, and throw in some free product as a thank you!”

Share the products and your business. We are in the party season, and people are in the mindset of getting and giving gifts! So it’s the perfect time to mingle and jingle, and hold fun and festive events!

Distributors who add in events experience the biggest amount of growth during the holiday season. Get with your team, and plan events the first 3 weeks of November and December. This is how you will keep attracting customers and distributors. A good theme for November: A “Friends and Family Appreciation Event” since it’s the month of thanks…invite your friends, family, prospects, and valued preferred customers. Promote that you are doing raffles and giveaways, and fun product demos! December: do a “Mingle & Jingle Event (*On the invites, be sure to incentive them to bring a friend: ie, bring a friend, get entered to win a treat! The more, the merrier!)

Make it fun, and keep it festive! Share your product story & more about your products. Share your business story & more about your business. Many of your guests are looking to make money for the holidays, and are making resolutions to live better. People are in the “party mood”, “gifting mood”, so these are the perfect months to host events, or ask  friends to host one for you as you “expand into their city”! It’s also a great way to maximize your time and get your business in front of a lot of people at once!

Remember- now is the perfect time of year to share, as people are already thinking of their New Years Resolutions to:
• Better themselves
• Start a business
• Earn more money & erase holiday debt
•The Network Marketing Profession can provide the SOLUTIONS to these New Years RESOLUTIONS!

Lace up your “elf shoes” and get ready to RUN!
Work hard, and put some extra “jingle” in your pockets this holiday!
How you finish the year sets you up for sweet success in the New Year!

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