DS Boot Camp: DS Success

Rounding out our Direct Sales week with an infographic to help with your success. Keep these in mind as you work your DS business. The more of a business mindset you maintain the easier time you will have with running your business. For more tips and coaching for your DS business join our monthly coaching program. $30 a month provides you a business coach and a wealth of information and help.

HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL AT DIRECT SALES

Direct Sales Boot Camp: The Do’s and Don’ts of DS

The Direct Sales landscape can be tricky to navigate for new and old reps alike. I have put together a list of things to do and not to do as you run your DS business. Theses are proven strategies I have seen work with multiple companies and reps.

 

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DS Boot Camp: The Set Up

Once you have decided on what Direct Sales (DS) business you want to be a part of you need to set up your business structure. I always tell people new to the DS world to make sure they run their business like a business or they are just having an expensive party. Here are the steps I recommend to get your business off the ground.

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DS Boot Camp : Red Flags

Welcome to Direct Sales Boot Camp. It’s no secret I am not a fan of most of these companies, but I advise on them all the time. If you are going to choose a Direct Sales company to be your business, treat it like a business! Here are some red flags to watch out for when choosing a DS company. Always keep in mind, the odds are already stacked against you if you choose to work in Direct Sales so let’s work together and flip the odds in your favor.

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Targeted Content Marketing

Present 2.jpgContent Marketing – An easy way to target your customers better with your content is to answer questions you have heard more than one person ask. Every business has a list of questions they are asked almost everyday. At some point we can anticipate that the question is coming and head it off with a short explanation. This is that same concept, just used for your content marketing. If two people ask the same question, more have the same one in mind but don’t want to bring it up. Anticipating these questions shows your expertise. It also sets your customer at ease since they are more informed without having to ask you directly. As you become more of an expert you will know what they are thinking, write about it.