An entrepreneur can operate a new business under a recognized business name. They can then receive support from the franchise headquarters with marketing, promotional materials, new business products or services, etc. Good examples of popular franchises are McDonalds and Subway restaurants, home cleaning businesses, Dollar Store, or fitness centers.
Lusha is available for an additional cost as a Salesforce native app, which seamlessly adds contact information directly into your Salesforce account. Lusha will also auto-enrich your lead, contact, and company profiles to include phone, email, and other contact information, even with just a name. Salesforce users should contact Lusha directly for pricing information. Lusha also offers integrations through Zapier to connect to apps such as Gmail, HubSpot, and Mailchimp.
Use social media. Posts asking people to join your team won't likely produce results, but if you're clever, you can use social media to generate interest in your business and possible leads. For example, if you sell weight-loss products, you can promote before and after pictures on Pinterest or Instagram. If you sell makeup, you can post tutorials on YouTube that you share across social sites.
“I was surfing last week and found your site. You were not on our recommended lead list but I thought I would give you a try on my own. Last time I broke ranks it was a waste of my time and money and quite a punishment. Purchased your leads last week just to see how they would worked out. I have been pleased enough to be back this week and I have recommended you to one other person so far. Another few weeks and then I might can present you to my upline and downline.”
Bought MLM leads are still not going to be laydown sales, you WILL still need to talk to them, qualify them and move them along in the process. When you receive the email that you have a new lead in, call them and ask them how you can help, if they are nasty or negative, just get off the phone. Never, whether you bought the lead or not, try to convert someone who is nasty or negative, it just is not worth your time.
Networking, as it used to be called, is a pretty thankless task. The conventional approach to networking was to start with the network of friends and colleagues that you already have; friends and family, your existing clients, your contacts at the squash club and so on. Most people feel uncomfortable pitching to friends and family, unless you have an unbeatable idea or concept, but if that was the case, then lead generation would not be a problem