We often hear folks compare building a network marketing
business as similar to going fishing.
You know the story…
You need to fish in the right pond, need to be patient, and
need to use the right bait to catch the right fish.
With fishing, you
1) decide what kind of fish you’re looking to catch.
2) you choose the best known bait for those fish.
3) go fishing in the ponds where those kinds of fish are known to hang out.
Some days you catch one, some days you don’t.
From your experience, what’s the best type of person to fish for?
And what’s been the best “bait”? Including where the bait is a series?
TYPE OF PERSON you’re fishing for: a customer, a Rep, or both.
BAIT defined here as the approach – the offer – the benefit you
describe to the other person.
Note. We all know that sometimes a customer comes in who becomes
a big builder – sometimes even a year or two later. There are also
peeps who come in because they want to earn income.
So tell what’s worked for you to build your business. Who have
you gone after – customers or builders? And what’s the “bait” that’s
worked best for you?
Readers would love to hear…