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How to Follow Up With Your Network Marketing Prospects: Turn Not Now Into Right Now!
How to Follow Up With Your Network Marketing Prospects: Turn Not Now Into Right Now!
How to Follow Up With Your Network Marketing Prospects: Turn Not Now Into Right Now!
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How to Follow Up With Your Network Marketing Prospects: Turn Not Now Into Right Now!

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Not every prospect joins right away.

They have to think it over, review the material, or get another opinion. This is frustrating if we are afraid to follow up with prospects.

What can we do to make our follow-up efforts effective and rejection-free? How do we maintain posture with skeptical prospects? What can we say to turn simple objections into easy decisions for our prospects?

Procrastination stops and fear evaporates when we have the correct follow-up skills. No more dreading the telephone. Prospects will return our telephone calls. And now, we can look forward to easy, bonded conversations with prospects who love us.

Prospects want a better life. They are desperately searching for:

1. Someone to follow.
2. Someone who knows where they are going.
3. Someone who has the skills to get there.

We have the opportunity to be that guiding light for our prospects.

When we give our prospects instant confidence, contacting our prospects again becomes fun, both for the prospects and for us. Don’t we both want a pleasant experience?

Don’t lose all those prospects that didn’t join on your first contact. Help reassure them that you and your opportunity can make a difference in their lives.

Use the techniques in this book to move your prospects forward from "Not Now" to "Right Now!"

Date de sortie18 juil. 2015
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    How to Follow Up With Your Network Marketing Prospects - Keith Schreiter

    Copyright © 2015

    Fortune Network Publishing

    All rights reserved, which includes the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form whatsoever.

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    ISBN: 1-892366-41-X

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    Myth or incompetency?

    The billboard repetition effect.

    The mall sorting effect.

    The moving parade effect.

    The story of Jay.

    So what is follow-up really?

    Create your movie.

    When they say No to what you offered.

    I need to think it over.

    Listening for clues.

    Be incompetent at procrastinating.

    Fear of the telephone is real.

    Relax, it’s not about you.

    Be the expert.

    Verbal conflict.

    How to improve your posture with your prospects.

    You are not the center of the universe.

    The proposal.

    Automatic follow-up.

    Personal follow-up, with no rejection.

    Be unique.

    Postcards ... they have to be noticed.

    Follow-up records.





    We hear our prospects say:

    * I have to think it over.

    * Now isn’t the right time.

    * I am really busy.

    * Not now. Maybe later.

    Of course our prospects could be politely telling us that they are not interested, but they are prospects, aren’t they? So certainly they are interested in opportunity, but something is holding them back.

    Are they afraid to make the decision too quickly? Are they uncomfortable with us? Was the presentation overwhelming?

    Whatever the reason for delay, we must follow up with our prospects.

    Follow-up doesn’t have to be scary. We don’t have to feel guilty or nervous. We don’t have to suffer through the pain of prospects that avoid our calls.

    Proper follow-up means we have great conversations with our prospects. Our prospect looks forward to our call. We are always in rapport. And when the time is right for our prospects, we are there.

    Sound like fun?

    Use the techniques in this book to move your prospects forward, from not now to right now.

    — Keith and Tom Big Al Schreiter

    Myth or incompetency?

    The average sale or decision takes seven visits by a salesman.


    I don’t know if that is true. Maybe it is just a myth to keep salespeople optimistic after hearing No! from the same prospect after multiple harassments.

    We know there are two types of prospects.

    First, there are prospects who buy right away. Why?

    #1. Perfect timing.

    Maybe the timing is so good that the prospect has to make a decision right away. For example, the prospect falls down and hurts his knee. We sell a pain solution. How awesome is that?

    Or, the doctor tells the prospect, Lose weight now! And we just happen to sell a diet solution.

    Or better yet. The boss yells at our prospect, the prospect’s co-worker trims his toenails at work, and now the prospect is stuck in commuter traffic ... our prospect is ready to act now. Yes, timing is everything!

    #2. Perfect rapport.

    We know our prospect, and we have perfect rapport with our prospect. It is easy to make an instant decision with someone you trust. Prospects will buy from and join with a person they trust.

    However, if our prospect doesn’t believe us, or doesn’t trust us, nothing is going to happen. The offer can be the greatest offer in the world, but when we don’t feel comfortable with a salesman, we will delay our final decision as long as possible.

    Professional network marketers constantly work on improving their rapport techniques. Instant Yes decisions are fun to get.

    Unfortunately, when we first start our network marketing career, we don’t have great skills. There is a lot to learn, and we won’t master everything on our first day.

    Second, there are prospects who don’t join or buy right away. Why?

    #1. Bad timing.

    Our offer could be perfect, but the prospect’s circumstances could be awful. Do these examples of bad timing sound familiar?

    * Loss of job. Our prospect is completely focused on survival and finding another job to pay the bills. We are an unnecessary distraction at this moment.

    * Overtime at work. There’s not much time for life when the employer takes up every waking hour.

    * Moving. The second most stressful event in one’s life. No time to humor a salesman and sit down for a presentation.

    * Family issues. When our children have problems in their lives, our attention is on fixing those problems. Coming to a follow-up meeting or webinar is far down on our list of priorities.

    * Relationship difficulties. Lots of drama and no time to think about our offer.

    More about bad timing later. Let’s look at the next reason prospects delay.

    #2. Distractions.

    Our prospects might get distracted with an email alert and forget to go to our web page. Or worse,

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