Top Challenges of Recruiting Online Marketers

As you may have already learned by experience, recruiting Online Marketers into your Network Marketing business is not as glamorous as it sounds. Although you would imagine that having people coming in that have experience in list building, and it could, there are a handful of challenges in bringing them in.

Today we will cover the top few and how to over come these booby traps. So if you are ready, let’s take out a piece of paper or a highlighter and let’s begin.

Challenge Number 1) Online Marketers for the most part have no idea of what Network Marketing REALLY is…

Most Online Marketers have this misconception that Network Marketing is about recruiting and building a large group of people coming into your organization through personal recruiting.

Well that’s all wrong. Network Marketing is not at all about recruiting a bunch of people. Now of course if you are a great recruiter, you will make money in this industry but the biggest checks in our industry, are earned by culture builders.

Culture building is the skill that pays the most in Network Marketing, bar none. Generating leads is but a small part of this industry. The question is, what do you do when they actually say YES?

If you are focusing on recruiting Online Marketers into your organization, you must make that point as clear as possible.

The system that generates the leads cannot be your culture builder. Making the phone calls and not just once in a while but as frequent as possible. I would prefer if you have daily phone communication for the first 30 days of a new distributor’s life or at least until they receive their first check.

Challenge Number 2) Online Marketers Are For The Most Part Always Looking For The Next Deal…

To Online Marketers, position is key so therefore when an opportunity comes along where they feel they can get a higher position within the comp. plan, they are looking and most likely they are going to take that position.

Hiring an agency for online marketing for Singapore market can be tricky, at least for smaller businesses and brands that have a limited budget. The best idea is to choose a known service that has extended experience with growing companies.