Can you build a MLM business with online mlm recruiting? You can but in order to make money in the mlm industry , you need to recruit people consistently and you need those people to do the same. The only thing is you cannot build a massive downline through online recruiting. It’s not duplicatable, so you might personally excel at recruiting online but don’t think you can teach and train a team of thousands to do the same.
If you want to experience success for the long term you need to market offline. Some of the biggest downlines were built implementing a lot of the “old school” methods like putting together home meetings and recruiting friends and family. These offline methods are duplicatable and can be taught to thousands of reps in your organization. Online marketing is a skill that will payoff massively over time but does require patience and a lot of time.
All you need to understand is if you want to build an organization into the tens of thousands you must focus a lot of your efforts marketing offline. Recruiting is simply a numbers game, the more people you talk to the better results you will get and your recruiting skills will be refined as well.
Is it blogging, article marketing, or pay-per-click, nope its social media my friends. Using social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and countless others will give you access to an abundant supply of professional networkers. People who are already in network marketing who might have an interest in the opportunity you are promoting.
If you want to target certain people you can join groups related to MLM and add those members as facebook friends. You will eventually get to the point where you have hundreds of prospects to talk to and you can use facebook’s instant messaging service to do that. Thats about as close as it gets to talking with them face-to-face.
If you want to be effective and achieve success with facebook marketing you want to learn how to start a normal conversation with your prospects. Your not trying to sell them on anything, were in the information sharing business. Share your opportunity with them, direct them to a company presentation online, then follow-up to get some answers. You can do that via the internet, or even better you can pick up the phone and call them.
Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites are awesome places to tap into millions of people. The key is to consistently talk to at least 10 to 15 people a day, and after you start sponsoring people into your business, teach your team members to do the same as well, from there the sky is the limit.