Firstly you need to install a cork board and write down all the groups that you want to research. You need a good sized board so that it can hold a reasonable amount of information. Now go through and take note of all the different topics that apply to network marketing. When you are writing down the topics to write them in a logical order. In general things like marketing ideas, business plans and product pitches should be in the left hand column and then services and offers in the right hand column.
Now it’s time to start writing down the profile questions. Write down the name of the person you would like to interview and the type of question they ask. You should have the answers to these questions ready before you start your study so don’t worry too much about timing. After all you don’t have much time!
Now it’s time to do a bit of thinking about what you would like your profile to look like. My suggestion is to make your profile as “complete” as possible. The better the profile the more likely you are to get an interview and impress the person doing the interview. There are a few things you can do to make your profile better:
Start with your education. Include details about the schools you attended, any awards you may have won and any special achievements. Some people tend to leave out details such as being a top student or earning lots of money. Others tend to give general information. Your choice depends on how much information the person seeking to recruit you is expecting.
Explain yourself. This part is optional but I highly recommend it. Explain what you’re good at and why people should work with you. For example: I’m a network marketer who’s great at getting people to join my downlines.
Explain yourself a bit more. If you have any big goals you want to achieve in your network, talk about them. Don’t just say “I want to make X dollars in Y days”. Talk about why you want to do that and how you can achieve it.
The last part of the profile is about you. Explain why you want to take my networks and where the network you’re planning to build will be. Don’t just say “I want to take my networks and markets”. Share how you plan to use it and why you think it’ll be useful to others. Take this opportunity to show that you are an individual who is serious about building a massive network.
Finally, tell people what you do. Don’t just say you build networks. Show people how you do it. Explain the details of what you do and how it will benefit them. For example: I recently did a video interview with James Schramko of Social Capital. We went over how we used Facebook to build massive networks for social venture capital.
The purpose of these profiles is not to do acrobatics for traffic and direct people to your sales page. The goal is to tell people about you and why they should follow you. Just as you would tell people about yourself and why you’re passionate about what you do. The network marketers I respect the most simply take their networks and markets seriously.
So you can see it’s not all that difficult. As you continue to build your network, take my networks and markets seriously and you’ll be able to grow your business exponentially. Just like with any business, when things get tough you need to step back and reevaluate your goals. When you take your business seriously from the start, you’ll be able to build a successful business that will last for years to come.
Take my networks and markets seriously and you’ll be able to easily get results for yourself. You need to tell your friends and the people in your network about what a great job you’re doing. This is how you’ll gain more followers, get more likes on Facebook and have more people come to your blog or website. Building massive networks shouldn’t be difficult, but it can be if you do it properly.