How to Invite Effectively to Network Marketing Events
Hello my friend! In this episode of the Podcast I go over how to invite effectively to your network marketing events. Whether you do home parties, hotel meetings, three way calls, one on ones, webinars, or some other kind of presentation style, a good invite in my opinion is always going to have these components.
How to Invite People to Your Network Marketing Meeting
What you say when inviting people to your meetings depends on WHO you’re inviting. It depends on how they view you. Are you close friends or do you barely know them?
Making a Killer Invitation
One of the most important skills you can have is the ability to make compelling invitations. Now, as promised, let’s look at some of the actual scripts you can use when you call people.
How to Invite Scripts by Eric Worre
What I’m going to teach you in this program is designed to be done over the phone or face to face. It’s NOT to be used with texting, email or any other sort communication tool. On the phone or face to face. That’s how this works.
How To Invite A Good Friend With Indirect Approach?
Hey, I’m running out the door, but I needed to talk to you real quick. You’ve always been so supportive of me and I appreciate that so much. I’ve just started a new business and I’m scared to death. Before I get going I need to practice on someone friendly. Would you mind if I practiced on you? Great! If I gave you a DVD that laid out the information in a professional way, would you watch it? When do you think you could watch it for sure? Thursday? So if I called you Friday morning, you’ll have reviewed it for sure, right? Fantastic! What’s the best number and time for me to call? Great. We’ll talk then. Gotta run and thanks!
Tips For Successful Network Marketing Invite Scripts
Inviting people to check out your presentation is a critically important skill to develop. Depending on how well you know the person you’re inviting and what your relationship to them is, you’re going to want to use different Network Marketing scripts.
How to Invite Your Friend?
“Hey Joe. It’s Todd. Hey, I’m glad I caught you. I don’t have a lot of time to talk, but are you free to meet Wednesday evening after work? I’ve got something really cool I want to run by you….ok, great. I’ll meet you at your place at 7pm.”
8 Important Tips for Inviting Prospect for Your Network Marketing Opportunity
Learning the art of Invitation is highly important for you to have long term Success in Network Marketing business opportunity. There are few things you need to consider before you start inviting your prospects.
MLM Inviting Scripts
Congratulations on cracking open the book, that is a solid step toward success in Network Marketing. This book is short and cannot possibly cover the many facets involved in becoming a truly professional and successful network marketer. I’ve covered only the basics and strongly recommend you take the time to check out some of the books I’ve listed at the end of this one. They contain the information needed to really add power to your game.
Mastering the Invitation
What is the #1 Skill in network marketing? I believe it’s mastering the invitation. If you want to get really, really good and make a lot of money, you need to get good at mastering the invitation. There’s an art and science to mastering the invitation and if you don’t do it right, it can actually have a negative impact on your business.
Closing Technique: The Invitational Close
The invitational close is used when you simply invite the prospect to make a buying decision. My favorite invitational close is, “Why don’t you give it a try?” Why don’t you give it a try? When you say, “why don’t you give it a try?” you are saying or suggesting that making the purchase decision is no big deal. It is sort of something that you can try. Like saying, why don’t you give the car a try? It is an easy decision to make. Another version of the invitational close is “Why don’t you take it? “ A real estate salesman found that his sales increased almost 40 percent using this technique. Each time he showed a house to a couple, he would ask a trial closing question like, “How do you like the house?” If they said, “It seems very nice,” he would then ask, “Why don’t you buy it? Why don’t you make an offer?” It is amazing how many prospects will say, “Well, sure. Why not?”