If My Product’s So Great, How Come I Can’t Sell It?


Superstar direct sales training Kim Klaver wowed the LifeWave convention participants in California recently with her technique on getting regular repeat loyal customers for her network marketing businesses. 100 Customers in a 100 Days is her motto.

Her book, “If My Product’s So Great, Why Can’t I Sell It” was a hit with LifeWave Presidential Director and top money earner Chuck Michel (who’s been in direct sales since his teens) that he named it his favorite direct sales resource of all time. Some network marketing training focuses on attracting business leaders into your organizaion, and that works well for many. However, other people may resonate more with getting a large loyal retail customer base as their recurrent income.

We propose that you do both. Learn how to attract business leaders in addition to learning how to attract a loyal retail customer base. It is often the latter that “funds” some of the marketing activities you need to attract the business leaders.

Kim Klaver’s scripts (which you can model after with great success) on how to approach the average person with your product are invaluable. If you’re interested in learning more about “what to say and how to say it” when you meet a potential prospect, then you can get a lot of benefit from Kim’s book and courses. Click the banner above or the link below to learn more:

The Klaver Store

If you’re interested in how to attract business leaders, i.e. those that have been in network marketing already and are looking for a new opportunity, then you’ll want to check out the resources on the MLM Business Training page.

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Andrew Wray May 7, 2011 at 6:12 AM

also – http://www.prelaunch-ireland.com/
I like your introduction to this subject which has induced me to go to the Klaver store as soon as I finish this
I use the ‘three foot rule’ which is a play on the English measure of one yard which is three feet in length and I start a conversation with anybody within three feet of me – its great fun and produces some amazing results
Regards Andrew

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