MLM Prospecting: How to Set an Appointment

Big thanks to Ray Higdon for sharing the below tips on how to set a meeting appointment with your prospects.


If you want to sponsor more reps you must first master how to set an appointment. This is the biggest challenge for MOST network marketers.

Watch this short video to learn three strategies to better set an appointment.

So you Wanna be a Closer?

The first key to getting better at MLM prospecting is the very initial inviting process. In network marketing you are NOT the one to constantly give the presentation, you, in most scenarios, are the one simply getting people to check out a resource.

This is where MOST people fumble because they either don’t know what to say or they simply say too much. This video will greatly help with that, especially when it comes to warm market. There is a slight difference that I would suggest when you want to set an appointment with someone from your cold market, IF you get benefit from this post and would like me to teach my cold market approach for when you want to set an appointment, watch the video below and then comment and let me know.

Video: Three Phrases to help YOU Set an Appointment

Was that helpful? I hope you were paying attention as here is the true breakdown of who recruits the most people.

The people that sponsor the most people are the ones that get the most people to watch the presentation. Those who get the most to watch the presentation are the best at setting appointments. Conclusion is to get better at setting the appointment, follow up and then you will recruit more people!

Don’t worry if you have blown this in the past, I have invested in probably 50-60 different courses and webinars on selling and closing as I used to also suck at inviting. You can always get better! Share this with anyone on your team you want to help recruit more people!

To Your Abundance!

Original article http://rayhigdon.com/mlm-prospecting-set-appointment/


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