Nutrimetics USA/Avalla

Nutrimetics USA/Avalla
Natural beauty, health and wellness direct selling company - 49 year industry leader and world's first botanicals

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Grow your Direct Selling Business in Any Economy

Ideas to help Grow your Direct Selling Business in Any Economy

One of the greatest benefits of having your own direct selling business is that you are in charge, you make the rules and you can work when and where you want. If you're having trouble growing your business, take heart because the answer could be easier to figure out than you thought.

Do you feel like you're in a rut with your direct selling business and think it's due to the economy? Do you need some new ideas on where to go to meet new people, find new customers, wonder how to use all the services and information that your company offers or just need new motivation to succeed?

Many times the answer lies in the mirror and there are some things that can help you grow your direct selling business you may not be doing or be aware of. It's always a good idea to evaluate what you're doing and look at ways to make small changes with big impact.

*Be ready and willing to meet new people every day everywhere you go.
*Attend networking groups or start one with your team to meet new people.
*Create flyers to announce your new business and place in laundromats, dry cleaners, grocery stores, libraries, church and anywhere else you find a board to post messages.
*Host open house events in your own home and
 invite friends and neighbors in a relaxed atmosphere to try your products in a party atmosphere.
*Ask your friends/family and neighbors for referrals of who may be interested in your product or opportunity.
*Do business with people that do business with you.
*Get your hair and nails done to look your best as well as have an opportunity to discuss your business with other customers or the business owners.
*Use social networking sites to talk about your business.
*Attend all your company meetings by phone/skype or in person.
*Pass out business cards to everyone you meet.
*Keep samples of your products with you to give out for others to try with instructions on use and your contact information.
Read more on preparing yourself and organizing your business and reap success
*Get Organized to increase productivity!
Stay positive and focused on your main goal and the reason you started your direct selling business to begin to make changes that will take your business in a new direction and give you more business than you need - you very well may need more people to help you and then your group will grow too!

What is the hardest part of your direct selling business? Let's discuss it here so that you can become an expert in your field!

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