However good the opportunity is, you will always find somebody who raises objections as to why they can’t buy, can’t sell, and can not get involved. Nine times out of ten, these’nay-sayers’ are all giving the same reasons so having some high MLM tricks up your sleeve helps you avoid rejection.
As a marketer, you need to understand what their’no’ motives are before you present so that you’ll be ready. Below are some of the top causes of a no and the solution to flip it around for a yes.
One reason for a’no’ is the,”I can’t afford to quit my job” excuse. Explain how they can run MLM business in their spare time until they build up to the income level they want and then they could have the satisfaction of telling their boss goodbye.
Another reason that you’ll hear a’no’ is because of the bad MLM opportunities that fleeced people out of their hard earned money. Once a reputation is dwelt up, it’s tough to live down and due to dishonest MLM businesses, unfortunately, the entire industry got painted with the same brush.
But you can overcome this by pointing out companies that have been around for years that are MLM companies. There are well-known cosmetic companies, health product companies and even scrapbooking businesses that are MLM companies.
Not only are they flourishing, but they have solid reputations. So do a little research on these good companies so that you will be prepared to talk about them in case you get rejected depending on the reputation of a bad MLM business.
Another common point of rejection is,”I can not afford to enter a MLM program” or”I can’t afford to pay to join.” A way to turn this into a’yes’ is to explain how MLM works and how their initial investment is something that they can return and then some.
Describe how most legitimate companies do require small investments to pay for the cost of the marketing information they’ll use to give to recruits. Make certain that you explain that these are tools for their use.
You might also hear a rejection in the kind of,”I don’t believe in those’make millions overnight’ scams” and you should respond with,”Neither do I. If it sounds too good to be true, then it usually is. But I’m referring to real work, not a means to get something for nothing.”
Among the number one reasons people say no to MLM opportunities is the,”I am no good at promoting” excuse. The best way to turn this no into a yes would be to explain that the older’door to door, get your family involved with purchasing’ went out ages ago.
Explain that now, when you join an MLM company, you can get leads given to you and even have an online presence where potential buyers can find you. There are more ways than ever for them to be successful but they do need to give it a chance. These MLM tricks aren’t a way to scam your prospects — they’re a means to provide peace of mind and clarification about some common myths.