How to Master Network Marketing 

How to Master Network Marketing 

Whether awareness of network marketing comes from the renowned success of companies such as Avon, or Tupperware, or from the desire to ‘make a full-time salary with part-time hours’, the promises and benefits of network marketing companies have enticed many individuals into making that first investment in the hopes of a bright future. However, as many soon find out, to be able to fully benefit from this line of work, one needs to master the required sales techniques. 

Below are some tips to help any individual become a master of the art of network marketing. 

  • Know the Target Audience 

Having a strong understanding of the target audience is an important aspect of any successful marketing campaign, but it is essential when it comes to network marketing. The structure of network marketing is based on person to person communication. This provides the perfect opportunity to ask questions, to inform a deeper understanding of the target audience, which can, in turn, promote future sales.

  • Don’t Forget to Build a Network 

Network marketing is a duel focused strategy, in which focusing solely on sales will only allow progression to a certain point. It may be helpful to use these quotes about network marketing. For example, Robert Kiyosaki, author of ‘The Business of the 21st Century’ states that:

‘In-network marketing, the whole point is not to sell a product but to build a network, an army of people who are all representing that same product or service to share with others’.   

For those individuals who believe in both the product they are selling and the benefits the work brings them, establishing a recruiting mindset isn’t difficult. Believing in the opportunity being offered and keeping this in mind will help a recruiter to be brave and unapologetic. 

  • Always be Prepared 

One very important part of being a good network marketer is always being prepared, whether this means keeping a sample of the product on hand, some informational leaflets, or a USB drive filled with information. Being able to quickly access some form of informative equipment will mean that an interested party will always be able to learn more, no matter where they are. 

  • Have a Strong Motivator 

Whether it is a real passion for the products, the financial freedom of the job, or flexible working hours, having personal motivation and keeping it in mind is key to success. Keeping this information close at hand will help push one through the initial nerves that come with face-to-face sales and act as a constant motivator to keep going. 

  • Utilize Social Media 

Social media is one of the best ways of building brand awareness, reaching a wider audience, and engaging with potential customers, and it’s all completely free! 

Picking a couple of social media platforms that are popular with the business’s target audience and focusing on these, rather than trying to use all forms at once, is recommended. To build up a following, try joining some relevant groups and becoming an active member. Remember to be consistent, active, and engaging with posts: this will help both to build an audience and to keep them loyal. 

  • Keep at it 

Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither is a successful network marketing business. Really understanding a target audience, perfecting a sales pitch, building up a network and promoting brand visibility all take time. The skills that you need to learn and flourish take a little while to develop and require hard work, perseverance and determination. However, if you feel motivated to sell the product and hold onto your motivations through the ups and the downs, you will be a success.  

About April Heavens- Woodcock

Author: April Heavens–Woodcock , is the Chief Buzz Officer Touching Clients a Digital Marketing Firm that specializes in strategic online marketing development for businesses. She is passionate about helping businesses grow their bottom line with effective tools. She speaks regularly on social media, email marketing, and marketing around the East Coast.