Prospecting Tips For Network Marketing Success

by golda on November 6, 2010

EVERYONE is a prospect!

We’ve all heard that one right? Create your memory jogger list and don’t leave ANYONE off. You never know who will say yes. As much as I love internet marketing, the guys and gals pulling down the big checks will tell you that it’s the tried and true off line prospecting techniques that will get your business growing quickly.I’d have to agree, especially after my conversation with my fellow work at home mompreneur Chante Epps. Even after your prospects says no, don’t throw away their contact information because you never know when their situation may change. You see, everyone’s entry into the industry of network marketing is different. See how Chante made her way into network marketing success==>


Think about that person that you prejudged and decided that they wouldn’t be interested in your business. What if you were wrong and they are looking for exactly what you are offering? Share your thoughts on the video below and I’ll see you on the next video.



{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Howieperks November 6, 2010 at 7:16 pm

Hey Golda,

That is a perfect example to never cross anyone off of your list. If they say “no” that should be considered “just not at this time” or “the time is just not right”.

In Success,
Howie Perks


2 Golda Smith November 6, 2010 at 10:33 pm

That’s exactly right Howie! Also when some one says “no”, don’t take it personal because it’s almost never about you.


3 Vanessa November 7, 2010 at 5:51 pm

Hi Golda,

Totally agree with not crossing people off the list. I also find it works with ideas. I’ve made suggestions to people before and the ideas have been discounted, but I perservered and made the suggestion again and they’ve changed their mind.

Look forward to reading and watching more of your videos!



4 Golda Smith November 10, 2010 at 4:20 am

Hi Vanessa! Thank you for sharing. You got it girlfriend, that’s how you win in this business. Persevere, not pester. Until next time…


5 Diva of SponsorDaddy November 8, 2010 at 2:28 pm

Excellent! Excellent Golda!
How true.
It is all about timing and education with our great business model of network marketing!
Wonderful post and video.


6 Golda Smith November 10, 2010 at 4:17 am

Thank you so much for your endorsement! Timing and not being afraid to share the gem that we have. Until next time….


7 social bookmarking November 10, 2010 at 3:05 am

Let me start by saying that I am not a network marketer. I have an aversion to trying to convince others to do something. Even though I hear what you say, and that circumstances can change, I hate it when people keep bugging me. When I say no, I don’t want them to come back to me. If I change my mind, I will get back to that person. And that is why I have a hard time with the approach of not giving up on prospects. Probably also why I am not in network marketing.


8 Golda Smith November 10, 2010 at 4:14 am

Hi Karin! Always great to have you visit my blog. Network marketing is definitely not for everyone and I respect that. I do know that many people who would have never considered getting into the industry, have found there way here and have thrived and helped to change lives. Have a fabulous week. Until next time…


9 RafaelCantu November 9, 2010 at 10:53 pm

Hi Golda,

I see this trend over and over again with Network Marketers and Small business owners. The importance in nurturing your leads/prospects until they are ready is a tried and true method to make more sales or recruiting.

Until the whole world hears,



10 Golda Smith November 10, 2010 at 4:16 am

Hi Rafael! You totally get it, it’s about building and nurturing those relationships because you never know when someone will ask for what you have. Thank you for your comment.


11 Robin van der Merwe November 14, 2010 at 9:14 pm

This principle is following in almost every business by top producing sales people. For some reason, when it’s applied to network marketing, people see it as “pestering.” Insurance agents understand it, car salesmen understand it, bankers understand it, dry cleaners understand it, etc… Any business that takes out an add in those weekly in-home mailers gets it…. The idea that someone may not need a service or product today doesn’t preclude them from needing it next week, next month or next year……

To your continued success,


12 Golda Smith November 15, 2010 at 4:15 am

Absolutely Robin. Just about every other professional understands this. It ‘s about building and nurturing those relationships because you never know when circumstances may change and you want to be the person that someone thinks about when they have a need for your service.


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