My number one method for attracting potential business partners is using the power of the internet. And there are a number of reasons for that.
Firstly the old school techniques that are seen to be the back bone of the industry ie handing out flyers, the three foot rule, approaching strangers, contacting those people who are outside our “warm circle of prospects” (i.e., beyond friends, relatives, etc.) are all idea's that have worked remarkably well and helped create fortunes for many people.
But for many others, this line of action is not something that comes naturally nor is it a path they want to take on the journey of building their own business. It’s easy to understand why so many people have so much trouble at Network Marketing. Many people, including myself, find it hard
working up the courage to approach strangers and to recruit and generate new leads.
Now this is where the Internet comes into its own. The internet allows you to build a world wide presence no matter what your social status may be. Even the most introverted individual can build a successful online presence, and by combing this with their business can create a powerful marketing and communication tool.
It’s no longer necessary to have a huge and continually expanding circle of social contacts or a powerful, extroverted personality to become successful, although it is an advantage to also have personal contacts.. New contacts now come from people accessing information on your site then contacting you to find out more.
These people come under the category of original, warm, genuine, targeted traffic, or in other words these are people who have been looking to become involved in this industry and are looking for the right team to be involved with. Plus they initially contacted you, not the other way around.
You are no longer confined by geographic location. With most Network Marketing companies now operating out of more than one country you are able to position yourself as an international marketer and build an international team from the comfort of your own home.
There are minimal time constraints. The Internet offers accessibility, speed and convenience for you and your partners to interact, and this is where knowing how to communicate comes in - mainly through asking questions. . We should not under estimate the near-infinite networking and lead-generating potential of the Web.
It has become one of the most significant communication tools for businesses and individuals all over the world with a global reach your site remains active even while you are asleep.