Automate Your MLM Business

In today’s post, I’d like to discuss some useful suggestions for automating your multi-level marketing business. To begin, while I do not believe it is possible to completely automate your organization, it is possible to automate components of it.

Your mission is to maximize your efficiency and output while spending as little time as possible on your task. That is how I approach the company from a mental standpoint. If you do not automate certain aspects of your network marketing business, you will push yourself to exhaustion while achieving a fraction of what you are capable of achieving.

I cannot speak for you, but I got into this business so that I would have more spare time, not so that I could guarantee myself a job for life.

The Most Important Factors First

Before attempting to automate your multi-level marketing business, the first thing you need to do is compile a list of the routine chores that you perform on a monthly basis in order to expand and sustain your company. Take a piece of paper with you and jot down everything that comes to mind right now. Make sure you are as descriptive as you can.

Spend a lot of time thinking about this. Don’t wing it. There is a good chance that your list will contain between fifty and one hundred different items. As soon as you have finished compiling your list of duties, set aside some time to think of one or two methods in which you may automate each of those tasks.

There are certain responsibilities that may never be amenable to automation, but I can say with absolute certainty that at least 75% of the activities you do to grow your MLM business can be automated.

How to Fully Automate Your Multi-Level Marketing Business

In the following paragraphs, I will discuss several straightforward methods that can be used to automate your multi-level marketing business. These are activities that I partake in regularly or that I’ve done in the past with a lot of success. I would propose that you begin by implementing only one or two of these suggestions, and then progressively increase that number as you gain experience and become more knowledgeable.

Prospecting and lead generation can both be automated.

Here are a few examples of how you can automate your efforts to generate leads and prospects for your business.

Create a campaign using pay-per-click advertising. Microsoft Advertising, Google Adwords, and Facebook Sponsored Ads are a few of my favorite venues for advertising. You only need to set up an ad one time to start receiving leads around the clock. It’s true that you’ll need a sizable advertising budget in order to make this work, but the investment will be well worth it.

Create a marketing campaign using postcards that is fully automated. You can engage a company to handle your complete campaign for you, from the initial planning stages all the way through to the final results. They will design your postcard, supply leads, place stamps on your postcards, and mail them for you. In addition, they will provide leads. You do have to pay a premium to have this done, but considering how much time it will save you, it is an intelligent investment in your company.

You can either create a team advertising CO-OP or join the CO-OP that your upline is running. People participate in a CO-OP when they pool their resources together and have one knowledgeable individual handle the advertising on their behalf. This is something that I often do with my staff, and as a result, we all save both time and money. You should at least gather additional information about this service if an upline in your organization is providing it. If no one in your upline provides this service, you might want to think about offering it to your own team if you can.

Make use of a computer tool in order to synchronize the many social media networks you use. For instance, you may make use of HootSuite (I am not affiliated with them). You can produce a single post, and then let HootSuite upload it to numerous social media platforms on your behalf when you’ve finished creating the post. This might save you anything from thirty to sixty minutes per day. When added together over the course of a month, that becomes a significant amount of time.

Use a car magnet. After it has been installed on your vehicle, there is nothing more for you to do but go about your business and live your life.

Hire a virtual assistant. You have the option of working with a virtual assistant who can assist you in finding prospects. They can post comments on blogs and forums, compose articles for guest posts and article directories, search the Yellow Pages for potential clients, collect lists of leads, send an introductory email to your clients, and perform a variety of other tasks. In most cases, I recruit people from the Philippines because their hourly rates are only $3 to $5. They are content to have the work since it pays well, they do a decent job most of the time, and they are delighted to have it.

You Can Now Fully Automate Your Presenting, Follow-Up, and Closing Processes

The following are some instances of how your recruiting process can be automated.

Share the business potential as well as the products through a presentation that has been prerecorded. I would recommend using a video, but a sizzling call is also an effective option. This will save you an unbelievable amount of time, for example, if it typically takes you an hour to give a presentation and another hour to get to and from the location of your prospect. It is just not practical to conduct presentations in person in this day and age due to the prevalence of the internet.

In order to keep in contact with your prospects, you should set up an auto-responder campaign. Aweber and The Mighty Giant are two tools that assist me in accomplishing this task. You should still make use of an auto-responder even if you are establishing your business through face-to-face interactions. A single click of a button allows you to communicate with thousands of potential customers all at once.

Utilize a service that allows for texting. For a while, I was a user of SimpleTexting.com. It was possible for me to compose a single text message and send it simultaneously to a large number of team members and/or prospects. The amount of time it took me was significantly less than a minute.

Make Your Instructions More Automatic

The following are some instances that can assist you in automating your training.

Set up a posting schedule for your Facebook group. You can accomplish this task by using Hootsuite or by going directly into Facebook. Simply logging into my Facebook account first thing in the morning allows me to schedule all of my posts for the day at once. It usually takes me around ten minutes to complete. This is a significantly more efficient method than entering into one’s Facebook account every thirty to sixty minutes in order to post something fresh.

You should record the training conference calls and webinars you participate in. After the training has been completed, you should send the recording to everyone on your team through email, as well as publish it in your group and on your website.

Make a website for your squad or join a group on Facebook. It is essential to provide your team members with a website or a Facebook group they can join to obtain your training materials. People are able to share files, ask questions, offer assistance to one another, and submit information that is helpful to the team. Imagine your website or the group you manage on Facebook as your base of operations or central hub.

Use an online scheduler. Because of this, the members of your team will be able to view the hours during which you are available to provide coaching, and they will be able to book a time that is convenient for both of you. Vcita.com is utilized by several of my contemporaries.

Email or a chat on Facebook should be used to communicate with the rest of your team. This enables you to send a single message including all of the vital information to each and every recipient. It is much more efficient and less time-consuming than speaking with people one-on-one.

Trainers should be rotated. If it is at all possible, give some of your most trusted leaders the responsibility of helping to run the weekly meetings. There is no requirement that the meetings be led by the same individual on a consistent basis. Divide up the burden of responsibilities. Find a new moderator for the meeting every week for at least the next four weeks; the minimum amount of time required is one month. You should offer them a model to follow in the form of a template. To get ready for my weekly meeting, I spend anything from four to eight hours on average. Even though I don’t delegate this now, doing so will help me save a significant amount of time in the future.

A Few Parting Thoughts

To summarize, these are some of the most useful suggestions I have for automating your multi-level marketing business. There is absolutely no mystery involved here. If they so want, anyone can educate themselves on these concepts and put them into practice. The conclusion is that maintaining a hectic schedule is not worth the effort. Your ultimate goal should be to launch a company that, rather than eating up more of your time, actually frees up more of it for you to enjoy life. That can only be accomplished through the utilization of automation.

What kind of ideas do you have? What do you consider to be the most helpful ideas for automating your MLM business? Please share your thoughts with me by responding to this post with a comment. I will hold my breath till I hear from you.

Similar Posts

Leave a Reply