MLM Tips: 3 Tips to Increase Retention!
Increase Retention in your MLM with a few easy simple steps.First step: following what someone else has already done successfully. You don’t have to re-create the wheel. And that’s great.
Weekly training webinars are important to keep people plugged in. On these webinars, regularly bring out leaders in your team that are having success.Did you know that fewer people get excited over making money than they do getting recognition? Leaders know this very well.
Help People Get started Fast
This is the next step. You want to make it easy on people.
Utilize an existing Fast start training page for new rep. Tools like this not only create leverage and make the business hand’s off for you but they also let people visualize doing the same things themselves. They want to know it doesn’t take an absolute genius to make it work. This will help.
Being a person of massive value to your team means sharing your time and knowledge. Mentoring is a huge ( and perhaps the most underrated part of the process ).
You need to be knowledgeable about your company and how to promote yourself and your products, but what you DON’T want to come across as is a Marketing Guru who is unapproachable and who won’t have the time for them. People will listen to what you have to say as long as they don’t feel like you are talking down to them or at them. You always want to talk with them, not at them or down to them.
Tip #1: Build Personal Relationships with Your Team- make them feel a part of something bigger
When the people you sponsor into your home based business picture you as not only a leader but as a friend and confidante, you will be well on your way to having a business partner for life.
Tip #2: Help Them Get Results Quickly
Help them get a check as soon as possible. It’s easier to see the potential once someone has even a little money come there way- and it will help them stick around
Tip #3: Seek Out Opportunities to Recognize People
People love to be recognized and encouraged, so be sure you are doing that. It will build goodwill on the team and strengthen it for the long haul