Network Marketing Recruiting: 6 Top Secrets

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What’s the secret to network marketing recruiting?

Let’s take a look into what top recruiters know, so you can implement it into your own business

Why is it that some people in network marketing, can seem to recruit anyone they wish? How do these leaders recruit new members every week, like clockwork? We must learn to master recruiting if we want to make it in network marketing, so I am going to share with you some of the top secrets to network marketing recruiting.

One reason some are better at network marketing recruiting is because they try. They actually speak to people often enough to find someone interested in their business. If you are NOT prospecting and getting eyeballs on your company’s presentation, then there is a problem you must work on fixing.

Another reason some become masters of recruiting is due to their posture. Posture better comes the more you practice your



network marketing recruiting. You must have good posture when you are presenting your opportunity to others. They will feel you from how you react to their questions.
Never show concern if they pretend to be not interested. Good posture is making the prospect believe and understand that it will not hurt your business if they chose to not join. You must present yourself as a strong leader when presenting your opportunity.

Asking a prospect the right questions is important as well. The more you know about their reason to need a network marketing business, the better it will be for you. Learn what they wish to have, what they struggle with, why they would want to have a side project, and as much as you possibly can.
You can use this information in case you pick up on fear from the prospect. Sometimes reminding them of that dream they mentioned to your question you had asked earlier is all it takes to get them fired back up and make the step forward.

Answer question with questions. This is a powerful strategy that top recruiters use all the time. If a person ask you a question that has a negative vibe, or not the feel you want your prospect to be feeling. Use a question back at them as an answer. An example would be if a prospect asks “Is this a pyramid?” A good response would be “What’s your idea of a pyramid Mr. Prospect, explain to me what that is?” Of course then they would explain what most would, and which you can reply back to as them describing more of a job type work.

Know when you have won. Never continue past the point of victory. An example would be a prospect telling you they are interested and ready to join, and then you want to tell them one more reason why this is such a great company. That last reason, or part of the company you love so much, may be all it takes for the prospect to find a new question, or even something that makes them decide to hold and do some research. Anytime a prospect goes off to do research or to think on it, usually means you have lost that prospect. When they say now, take it as now.



Be sure to have a good close as well. Sometimes it is best to go for the kill as I call it. This is when a prospect is very excited and is talking about all the great things he or she could do with this company. This is a good time to say something along the line of “Sounds to me like you are ready to join.”
Once you have made your close attempt, do not speak until they give an answer. This can turn some into moving forward with it, and it will show your prospect the leadership inside of you.

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Jaye Carden

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  • Don Parker

    Reply Reply December 11, 2014

    Great article Jaye, probably the #1 issue that most mlm marketers face. Especially the newbie….
    Thanks for posting this on IBO!

  • WendyR

    Reply Reply December 12, 2014

    Recruiting can be a tricky thing. You have to have the right posture and mindset for it. Asking questions to really get to know your prospects is key. Make it about them and not about you. Be there to genuinely help them.

    • Jaye Carden

      Reply Reply December 13, 2014

      Good job Wendy! You must have done some recruiting before!

  • Monna Ellithorpe

    Reply Reply December 15, 2014

    Hi Jaye,

    Great post. I agree there are some people who have a better way and the right mindset for recruiting and have no problems. I do admire people like this. Not one of my strong suits.

    • Jaye Carden

      Reply Reply December 15, 2014

      Thanks for the comment Monna. Maybe it could be a strong point for you if you practiced more?

  • Jerry Wiseman

    Reply Reply December 18, 2014

    Good points Jaye, recruiting can be hard for some and yes some people have a way with it. You are right practice is the key. Great comments from Wendy.

  • Tony Peacock

    Reply Reply March 10, 2015

    Thanks for this Jaye. I learnt some valuable tips about posture. I think most people are just scared of the rejection. know I have been. Some people also are still living in the past thinking that everything is a pyramid scheme. I just direct people to the definition in wikipedia. I have nothing to hide so by being direct about it it kind of helps with the posture. When you start defending your business it lessens your posture. That normally handles it.

    Also another good thing to help build your posture is videos. Making lots of videos. Talking about different aspects of your business. Walking them through your back office. I just did that and I find that people really like it because you are not trying to sell them. Plus when they go to YouTube or Google and see all your videos it kind of shows your an authority. I just did a video about a business I am in called iGrow Network. In case your readers want to see a visual example of what I mean. Here is the video link. Thanks again Jaye.

    • Jaye Carden

      Reply Reply March 14, 2015

      Posture is important for sure Tony. Sometimes I don’t even bother with someone if their mind is stuck on the idea that everything is a scam or pyramid. You can never say the right thing to a wrong person.

  • Chad

    Reply Reply May 4, 2015

    It so great to hear these secrets from people in the industry that have been successful, thank you for sharing!

  • Melody Brown

    Reply Reply August 4, 2015

    I really like what you said about trying. Sometimes people wonder why they are struggling when they just aren’t trying very hard. If you actually put in the time and effort, then usually results will follow.

    • Jaye Carden

      Reply Reply August 4, 2015

      Your right Melody, nothing happens when you do not try.

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