Being in network marketing can be really powerful because it can teach you the basics of running a business, which a lot of people use to branch out to running their own business later. I still love to support women in network marketing! But after several years being successful in network marketing myself I realized it was no longer for me, and in this post I’m sharing my story and my reasons for leaving the industry.
You have likely heard the term “know, like, and trust.” I’ll teach you why it is the cornerstone for your marketing efforts in order to ultimately get people to want to buy from you as well as how to do it.
Relational selling is so important, and a much better method than transactional selling. Selling in this way feels much less sleazy and is more effective. I’m going to teach you what the difference is, why relational selling is so important, and how to do it!
Much like yoga, roller skating, or applying perfectly winged eyeliner, selling is a learned skill. But too often our idea of selling is tainted by those who do it in a way that doesn’t feel right to us. It feels aggressive, “pushy” or just plain tacky and impersonal. There are easy-to-learn techniques and skills to close more sales with confidence, and without feeling super “salesy.” I’m going to teach you my top 5 tips for selling success!
Customer experience? What the heck is that? Is that like customer service? Well, yes, and no. It’s service, but it’s more than that. And it can make you more money if you do it right. It can also keep clients away if you do it wrong. Don’t worry though! I absolutely love helping people with their customer experience plans and I’m going to give you tips on creating a great one.
We have to make sure every single customer feels wanted, regardless of how much they might spend in that moment. One day a customer could spend nothing, or a small amount, but if they feel welcome and wanted they are likely to return to spend more on a future visit. I share with you my own experience on the customer side of a shopping trip and how vastly different buying patterns can be based on how the salesperson makes the customer or client feel.