What do you do when your company launches in a new country?
In this post I share exactly how to recruit more people into your network marketing company from all over the world.
What To Do When Your Network Marketing Company Launches In A New Country
I’m going to give you two suggestions here.
1. Take People On Your Journey
So, if you’re part of something that is launching in a new country, it’s okay to talk about it. Just follow the next rule, which is raise more curiosity than resistance.
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So, if I say, “Hey, my company, grapety-grape is launching in England tomorrow. Reach out to me if you want to join.”
Well, that’s making WAY too many assumptions.
It’s assuming that people are ready to join, which they’re not. And, it’s also giving them the end of the movie. So, let’s just put ourselves in a prospect’s mind.
The prospect sees, “I’m launching grapety-grape in England tomorrow. It’s going to be awesome. Reach out to me to join.” Or even WORSE, “Here’s my link to join.”
So, person in England, or whatever country, they see this post, and let’s say they’re interested. They’re like, “Hmm. I’ve been looking for a new opportunity, and I just happen to be on Facebook, and here’s this status. Wow, what timing!” And, they’re interested.
Now what are they going to do?
If you said GOOGLE the company name, you’d be correct.
We’re trained to look at negativity, and if that’s the case, if negativity gets clicked more than positive (which we know is true), then what is Google going to do?
Are they going to show grapety-grape changed my life, and it’s awesome, and I drank it and grew back a limb? Or are they going to hear grapety-grape wiped me out of my life savings and they worship the devil and they kick puppies?
They are going to show any negative, even if it’s not true.
So don’t give the company name. Raise curiosity. Take people on your journey.
Maybe it’s something like this:
“I’m so excited to be launching in England with my team next week. Man, it’s going to be a busy week, but I know it’s going to be worthwhile.”
You did NOT say the company name, you don’t have a company link, you don’t have a sales page, and you don’t even have a call to action.
2. The #1 Thing To Ask Your Team
In the video below I share the #1 thing that you can do to grow in any country.
And I’ve talked to hundreds of people who have very large international teams. I’ve seen a lot of people build very, very large teams using that very simple process. The number one thing that you can do is go to your team and ask them this question.
It may not be auto magic, but it’s very powerful.
Let me know what you think in the comments below. And, feel free to share this with your teammates.
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