Network Marketing Recruiting or Sponsoring?

Network Marketing Recruiting Or Sponsoring?Network marketing recruiting or sponsoring – that is the question? What are you doing? Did you know there was a difference? You bet there is! What camp are you in? What camp do you think you should be in? Here’s a video that provides some very simple differentiation between the two.

Network Marketing Recruiting or Sponsoring?

I want to improve my network marketing recruiting AND sponsoring!

The fact of the matter is that a sponsorship-type of relationship is paramount to team retention. But how can you build a team of tens-of-thousands or people – because, face it, that’s the team you deserve, right? – and maintain that many deep relationships? The fact of the matter is that you can’t. There simply are not enough hours in the day, what with all that hammock testing, sports care driving, and beach going! :-)

But you don’t have to!

Sure, you want to build deep and lasting relationships with many folks – as many as humanly possible – but – and here is the key – they need to do the same thing with their team, and so on, and so on. And you are going to teach them! It is up to you to create and support a culture in your team that builds deep and lasting relationships – network marketing sponsoring, if you will.

Network marketing recruiting is very important and builds huge teams. You’ll recruit into your downline many levels deep and/or wide. As such, you will transition from recruiter to sponsor for each of many these reps. As your time becomes saturated – which is a different point for every person – you will need to foster a sponsoring environment with new reps and your existing downline – preferably matching style and personality – such that you can pair reps in your downline with new reps in their downline, independent of whether you placed them or someone else did.

That is the magic – creating a synergistic team culture where network marketing recruiting transitions to network marketing sponsoring where you’re not doing all of the heavy lifting as an individual yet, as a team, you can support the world!

Hope this helps! To you success!
– Drew


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  • Seth Lefferts November 18, 2010 at 2:14 pm

    Drew, it’s great to be on the TEAM! There is no I in Team. Your video on “Network Marketing Recruiting or Sponsoring?” is right on. Some people can go out and sell, sell, sell, but noone can reproduce that type of energy unless they are great at sales themselves. Nurturing and growing a team who can utilize each and everyone’s skills is essential to success in any business, but especially in the Network Marketing business. You are a great team leader! Thank you!

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  • Alexander Paul November 28, 2010 at 5:49 am

    Hi Drew, thanks to underline the difference between recruiting and sponsoring. You are total right, many people I saw within our industry just focusing on that sale and the numbers even in network marketing… To touch peoples lifes you need to go the extra mile and build and foster with them, then the concept of true wealth (not only on the material side) will take off like a rocket. Thx again for sharing that info…

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  • Krystle December 7, 2010 at 9:25 pm

    This article was very informative. Network Marketing requires both recruiting and sponsoring to be successful.

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