Caffeinate Your Downline: 3 Ways to Speed Up Your Network Marketing Recruitment

No, I don’t want you to bring a gallon of double espresso to your next network marketing recruitment meeting! In fact, I don’t want you to go to a meeting at all!

I want you to “caffeinate” your network marketing downline efforts with the Internet.

If you’re already using the Internet for your network marketing work, congratulations on leaving the old MLM business model behind! If not, or if you’re new, here are 3 tips to help you take advantage of the power of the Internet for your network marketing recruitment:

  1. Join the virtual cocktail party! Social networking sites like FaceBook and Twitter are all the rage. They’re being used by millions of people, and that number is growing as people are increasingly able to use their phones to access the Internet. What better place to network than on sites where you can make friends with hundreds or even thousands of people in a few months?
  1. Use article distribution services. You may have the greatest network marketing website in the world, but you won’t do any recruiting unless people know you’re there. One way to boost your search engine rankings as well as get positive attention is to put useful articles on article distribution sites. Help people solve their problems and improve their lives, and they’ll recruit themselves to your MLM business!
  1. Search engine optimization (SEO). You almost certainly found this blog through a Web search. That’s how your market will find you, too! But first you need to learn how to write keyword-rich articles, meaning articles that include the words people are likely to use when they’re searching for an MLM opportunity like yours.

And there you have it—3 great ways to caffeinate your network marketing recruitment by using the tools the Internet makes available to us for free. Good luck and happy marketing!

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