Your Prospects – Who and Where Are They
People who might be right for your opportunity are everywhere, but contrary to what you may have heard, not everyone is right for your opportunity. If you go into the game knowing that there are many reasons why not everyone will be interested you business;, you’ll save yourself a lot of grief and it will be easier to accept that a “no” has nothing to do with you.
First, let’s identify who your target market is:
- Current Customers
- People who already use your type of product
- People who have been involved in Direct Sales before
- College Students
- People who are talking about making extra money
- People who are well connected
- Your warm market list of people who you know
- Referrals from those who you know
- People you meet while out and about
Here is the key – it is a must that you notify everyone about your products and/or services, and your opportunity, and then see who raises their hand with interest. Your job is not to convince, bug or harass.
Your target market is those people who are looking for what you have. You won’t know until you offer and ask. Simply take the step of asking and notifying each day and you will grow a customer base and a distributor base.
If you want to see one of the ways I’m helping people reach their financial goals check out the video below…
…and follow the simple steps. It’s working for me and thousands of others out there online.
Business Systems Analyst
Internet & Network Marketer
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