How to Build a Direct Sales Business In 2024 [23 Experts Say]

Everything you've been told about how to build a successful direct sales business has been wrong.

Just kidding. Because I don't know what you've been taught!

That said, the tactics are always changing, and what once worked, may not work today. 

Furthermore, what works for your amazingly charismatic, super-glam-upline...

Might not work for you. 

One thing so many leaders neglect (unintentionally) when teaching is to clarify that the tactics THEY use to grow their business might not necessarily be duplicatable for everyone. 

One thing so many leaders neglect (unintentionally) when teaching is to clarify that the tactics THEY use to grow their business might not necessarily be duplicatable for everyone.

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Everyone is different, so you have to find what works for you, and what plays into your unique strengths. 

With that in mind...

Today, I want to share with you what 23 successful business owners say is working NOW, in 2018 for growing massive direct sales business.

I approached these entrepreneurs and asked them to answer the following question:

If you suddenly had to start over and build your business from scratch today, how would you begin?

Check out their answers (which they so graciously offered) below.

You'll see a lot of similar advice, but also a lot of different advice. 

Do NOT! I repeat...

Do NOT feel like you have to do EVERYTHING each of these experts recommends. 

As I said above, everyone is different, and has different strengths. Plus, if you try and do everything, you'll be overwhelmed, and won't make any progress. 

Instead, read what each has to say, and then determine what is most appealing to you, and what fits best with your strengths and personality, and then focus on that. 

Without further ado...

Here are 23 great tips on how to go about building your direct sales business in 2024, straight from the minds of those who are already crushing it!

1

Implement a Prospecting & Marketing Plan

Ray Higdon

Owner of an Inc 5,000 Company

Ray Higdon is a two time best selling author and a former #1 income earner in a network marketing company that he joined while he was in foreclosure. He has shared the stage with Tony Robbins, Bob Proctor, Les Brown, Robert Kiyosaki and many more. Ray and his wife no longer build a network marketing company so they can better serve the profession as coaches, speakers and trainers.


I would look at my options when it comes to the two categories of building your business.

The two categories of building your business are prospecting and marketing.

Prospecting

That’s you reaching out to an individual online or offline. To cold market (strangers) and warm market (friends & family members). That’s pretty straightforward.

I would reach out to my existing resources, and see who’s open.

Those who are open get them on a company video. Follow-up with them on the company video, see if they liked it or if they absolutely hated it.

If they hated it, I would see if I can get some referrals.

Marketing

With marketing you want to attract leads to you.

I would pick a category and become the authority in it.

The category could be network marketing, could be health and wellness, could be getting six pack abs, could be power lifting, could be hair care, skin care, getting rid of love handles, could be whatever.

I would pick what is the category in my marketing that I want to become the authority of it.

How?

Right now in the short term it’s Facebook Live.

In the longterm it’s still blogging, and it’s been blogging since blogging existed.

If you’re a short term person and you want to get some leads faster, then Facebook Live is a great strategy.

If you want to get ongoing leads that never end then blogging is your best strategy.

If you want to get ongoing leads that never end then blogging is your best strategy. @rayhigdon

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2

Live Life & Provide Value

Simon Chan

Founder of MLM Nation

Simon Chan is a follower of Jesus Christ, a husband, a father, the Founder of MLM Nation: including the #1 MLM training on iTunes. He got started in network marketing in 2003 and used Online Duplication strategies to build a 7 figure MLM business. In 2013, he retired from building MLM to become a full time business coach, speaker and online marketer who helps network marketing distributors with Online Duplication.


"Do Life.

I like baseball. At this stage in my life, I'm very active in Little League baseball with my sons. 


So I would go and be in a league, baseball camps, and literally be involved helping out, and through that, you meet lots of people.


Even just being an assistant coach of my son's team right now, I meet awesome parents, meeting the kids, and almost meeting other coaches involved...


All expanding that database..."


To hear the rest of Simon's fantastic response, check out his video below. 


Post on Facebook 3 times a day, with one of those times being a Facebook Live. @simonwchan

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3

Use Facebook Ads

Ferney Ceballos

Co-Owner of Elite Marketing Pro

Ferny Ceballos is a graduate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Southern California, in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, respectively. After working for 5 years as an aerospace engineer, his entrepreneurial aspirations motivated him to turn to the network marketing and internet marketing industry to escape the rat race. Since leaving Aerospace in 2008, he has personally been responsible for over 11 million dollars in sales online over 10 years in his personal business, and helped countless clients produce six-figure and seven-figure incomes promoting their businesses using the internet.


I would start using FB paid advertising to rebuild my following in the network marketing niche, add value to that following, and promote training programs to that list as an affiliate...


Like EMP's products.


For technology, I'd use kartra since it's an all in one solution for building sales funnels, email lists and membership sites.

I would start using FB paid advertising to rebuild my following in the network marketing niche, add value to that following, and promote training programs to that list as an affiliate... @therealelitem

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4

Build up your network

John Melton

One half of Network Marketing Guru-Duo, John & Nadya Melton

John and Nadya Melton are 7-figure earners, 15-year Network Marketing veterans, and are currently at the top position in their company. They built a following on Facebook of over 75,000, and have personally recruited over 1,500 people in their career.


If I had to start all over, I would focus on building up my network as quickly as possible by providing value and doing live videos leveraging social media platforms.


I would also focus on identifying ideal prospects to share my business and product with every single day to start getting some good exposures.


I would probably find these people on Facebook as that’s been my number one resource for prospecting purposes and building my audience.

[Facebook has] been my number one resource for prospecting purposes and building my audience. @RealJohnMelton

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5

Drop The Employee Mindset

Kate McShea

Network Marketing Trainer

Kate's a previous Second Grade Teacher turned entrepreneur. After leaving her teaching career and failing in her business for her first 12 months, Kate and her husband Andrew went from sitting front row at the No Excuses Summit in 2013 to generating a 6 figure income in less than 12 months and being asked to speak on stage the following year. Kate is now a sought-after speaker and trainer on the topic of online lead generation, video marketing, and closing autopilot sales.


There are two things I would have done differently in my first 12 Months

1. I would have dropped the "employee mindset".

The first thing that I would have done is I would have dropped the "employee mindset"...

And understood immediately from the beginning that, especially when you're first starting out, instant revenue, residual income, it will not be something that is a consistent in the beginning.

Let's just set that expectation! 

This is now a business. 

2. I would have Tracked my progress

To hear the rest of Kate's awesome advice, watch her video below...

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The first thing that I would have done is I would have dropped the "employee mindset" @KateMMcShea

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6

Clearly define your vision

Lynn Bardowski

Founder of Million Dollar Party Girl

Lynn Bardowski is the founder of Million Dollar Party Girl, but don’t let the name fool you. It’s more about a working Mom who discovered her inner visionista when she was least expecting it – overcoming fear, failure, and mommy-guilt to follow her passion and purpose, building a multi-million dollar direct sales organization.


I would start by clearly defining my vision...

And then launch with a grand opening (both in-person and virtual via Facebook Live) to communicate who I am and where I’m going. 

All aboard! 

Next, I’d use social media in smart ways to attract my ideal client and create lead funnels for customers, hostesses and leaders.

Then, I’d use tools and systems to scale quickly.

I'd launch with a grand opening (both in-person and virtual via Facebook Live) to communicate who I am and where I’m going. @LynnBardowski

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7

Find a mentor ASAP

Whit & Cari Higham

Network Marketing Leaders

Whit and Cari help network marketers generate more leads and recruit more reps by leveraging social media and traditional business building strategies.


We would start with Attraction Marketing using Social Media right out of the gate instead of "cold calling" our friends and family or sending random messages to strangers on Social Media. 

And we never would cold prospect at malls like we used to! lol

We would have found a mentor a lot sooner that could teach us attraction marketing...

Then we would model, mimic, and make it our own.

We would have found a mentor a lot sooner that could teach us attraction marketing... @CariHigham

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8

Be a tour guide

Brady Sher Shaver

Network Marketing Trainer & Coach

Brandy specializes in helping network marketers attract more prospects and recruit more reps by leveraging social media and using traditional business building strategies.

I would begin by finding an affiliate company and become the tour guide.

Using it as an exposure agent, I would create results as I funnel those people that are ready now, into my team.

Those that are not yet ready, continue to build value for them; finding a need and filling a need, establishing myself as an authority.

Then I would start to mimic that affiliate company, moving out in my own more and more and then finally making it my own.

Creating systems that create another income from the system, making money from the affiliate, and finally residual income from my network marketing company.

Active, passive, and residual income creates freedom.

I would begin by finding an affiliate company and become the tour guide. @brandyshershavr

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9

Use LinkedIn

Gloria MacDonald

Professional Coach and Trainer

For over 20 years Gloria MacDonald has worked with organizations and individuals, helping them build their dreams, accelerate their results, and create richer, more fulfilling lives. MacDonald is a creative business woman who has built a successful brand with multiple line extensions. She hosted her own weekly TV show and radio show and has been featured in numerous national newspapers and magazines.

This is a great question, and not just a hypothetical one for me.


After having built a multiple 7-figure business which I started about 15 years ago, I lost the business, every dime of my retirement savings, and I had hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt due to the loss of the business.


My husband also cashed in every dime of his retirement savings, we were forced to sell our house, and... 


We came extremely close to having to declare bankruptcy.

It took me several years to figure it all out, but now I have reinvented myself and I'm on my way to creating my second multiple 7-figure business.

So having started all over again from scratch, I would tell anyone to use LinkedIn to build your business and grow your downline.


It's an untapped gold mine. BUT... you have to know how to use it correctly.

I wish the internet and LinkedIn had existed almost 40 years ago when I started in network marketing. What a different life experience it would have been!

To find out more, go here.

Having started all over again from scratch, I would tell anyone to use LinkedIn to build your business and grow your downline. @GloriaMacDonald

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10

Tap into the genius of others in your industry

JT DeBolt

Author, Speaker, High-Performance Strategist

Mission Accomplishment Expert, award-winning author of Flight Plan To Success, and founder of the F.L.I.G.H.T. School To Success™ system that empowers leaders, entrepreneurs and High-Altitude people to live their greatest potential in business and life.


Having had to rebuild from scratch more than once, I can say that it all begins with putting the ego aside and exposing the blindspots that likely got me stuck by seeking clarity on what I don’t know.


One of the most effective ways I have found to do this is to reach out to people far smarter and more talented than me (especially in the industry in which I was rebuilding) to tap their genius.


I believe in the “power of the collective”, meaning we can all learn more and grow faster by working together.


Even though it may be me in rebuild stage, I like to ask the amazing people in my network what they are working on and how I might assist or support them.


Sometimes there is nothing they need, but usually there is something.


But what never surprises me is how much I learn about the journey of success by observing others and contributing to their mission without agenda or any hopes of getting anything in return.


In fact, I gain so much by learning from the leaders that it catapults the rebuild process and accelerates momentum.


It has helped me bounce back faster and stronger every time I’ve found myself rebuilding from scratch.”


I believe in the “power of the collective”, meaning we can all learn more and grow faster by working together. @JTDeBolt

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11

Get clear on what you want to be known for

Courtney Hackman

Network Marketing Trainer & Coach

Courtney has made it her mission to mentor and support women who want to bring their businesses online. She specializes in teaching social media strategies, traffic generation (Facebook ads specifically) in order to have prospects and leads flowing through your business everyday.


If I had to start my business again, here is what I would do differently.

  • 1
    I would have been very clear about what I wanted to be known for and I would have created offers around that focus.
  • 2
    Then I would have built my social media following so that my audience had a clear understanding of what I specifically bring to the marketplace and how I can help them solve a clear problem.
  • 3
    I would have built demand for my products by building social equity or the value of my name on social media.
  • 4
    I would have started with private coaching as soon as I had results.

I would have started with private coaching as soon as I had results.

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12

Focus on your email list

Caroline Allen

Founder of The Modest Mom Blog and Deborah & Co.

Caroline founded The Modest Mom Blog and Deborah & Co to help women live a modest lifestyle, both inside and out. 


I've been juggling a clothing business, a blog, and a direct sales business for 7 years now.


If I had to start over from scratch, the first thing I would focus on is my email list!


I deeply regret not focusing on this sooner.


I would nurture my list by not just emailing them whenever sales came out, but by giving helpful information, tips on how to use the items I sell, freebies, etc.


I want to truly be a friend to those on my list, not just another sales person bugging them to buy my product.


It's a fine line to walk, but I think it can be done very successfully. Try to think of giving 75% of the time and only selling 25% of the time.

The other thing I would focus on from the start would be doing more videos.


It's much easier to build a relationship with people online if they see you and hear your voice. They start to trust you more if they feel like they can relate to you.

Finally, be careful with social media!


For years, I spent more time trying to grow my social media following than I did my email list.


I own my email list and that won't go away, but social media changes constantly and the reach you have goes up and down.


It's still an excellent way to get exposure, but it can take so much of your precious time. Use online schedules (like Tailwind for Pinterest) and guard the time you spend online. 


Some very successful bloggers that I know of spend zero time on social media for their personal lives and only dedicate their time online for business. I'm not that dedicated but it's an inspiring idea!

I want to truly be a friend to those on my list, not just another sales person bugging them to buy my product. @TheModestMom

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13

Consistency Matters

Renee Harris

Founder of MadeOn Lotion

A stay-at-home mom of 9 sought relief for her dry skin, produced a "bar" of lotion containing 3 all-natural ingredients, tested the product at local farmers markets and this produced a healthy following of happy customers. The family has made and shipped tens of thousands of lotion bars since they started the business in 2009.


If I were to start my business from scratch, I would much of the same as I did with MadeOn:

We started small, assuming it would be a small contribution to my husband's income. Therefore our expectations weren't too lofty and it wasn't dependent on feeding our large family (that would be stressful to work under those conditions!)

We did plenty of R&D (research and development) by selling at a local farmer's market first. I got to talk directly to customers and explain a product that 9 out of 10 people had never heard of.

I had to learn in those early days that consistency matters... 

With everything from making sure our products were made with the same recipe each and every time (unless we needed to improve on it), to consistently showing up when it came to serving customers.

You have to fight the "I don't feel like it" temptation or the Shiny Object Syndrome.

Everything we made the first two years cash-wise went right back into the business to build it.

We still operate on learning as we grow and investing in that process, but now that we're a full-time family business, we do pay our income from it as well.

It's a lot of hard work, but the benefits of both my husband and I being able to be with our family 24/7, homeschool full-time, and raise entrepreneurial children has been 100% worth it.

Don't underestimate your own skills, knowledge, or experience.

You have the ability to learn what the experts want to charge you plenty of money to implement for you.

I wouldn't outsource work until you have the cash from the business to pay for it, and I'd rather learn many of the skills myself before automatically outsourcing, because you need to always keep your eyes on your business.

Count the business blessings every day because you have to know that you're making a difference with your product or service.

It's like raising children... it takes a lot of hard work but if you don't notice the pay-off, you'll only see the work.

Don't underestimate your own skills, knowledge, or experience. @hardlotion

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14

Develop a clear plan of action

If we had to start to build our businesses all over again, we would do exactly what we have done before:

Tony & Grazyna Pajunen

Mother/Son Network Marketing Coaching Duo

Tony & Grazyna have both built 5 and 6 figure network marketing businesses in just 2 years, utilizing both online and offline strategies. They're the authors of Entrepreneur’s Guide to Social Marketing Success – Beat the Odds - 7 Step Formula to generate a 6 Figure Income, as well as speakers, trainers, and coaches to people from many different companies in the network marketing industry. They specialize in helping network marketers move their offline recruiting tactics to an online recruiting strategy. They also teach how to duplicate through your team using our proven online prospect and recruiting system.

  • 1
    Set up 3 realistic goals (1 month, 2 months and 3 months) and find out what exactly we need to do to achieve them (reverse engineering).
  • 2
    Make sure we know why our product and/or business is unique.
  • 3
    Make a commitment to how many hours a week we can work on our business and block time.
  • 4
    Read personal development books everyday.
  • 5
    Learn how to overcome the objections.
  • 6
    Make a prospecting plan
    -Warm market - organize a home meeting
    -Cold market - determine the local avatar and how are you planing to contact them
    participate in networking events and trade shows
    -Social Media prospecting
    -Develop an
    automatic prospecting system taught by EMP
  • 7
    Learn how to start a new customer and a new distributor and help them with the steps 1 - 4.

"Read personal development books every day." - Tony & Grazyna Pajunan

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15

Blog Often & Write A book

Karen Clark

Author, Social Media for Direct Selling

Working with direct selling companies as an event speaker/trainer and social media corporate consultant, Karen uses her nearly 20 years' online marketing and direct selling expertise to teach audiences exactly where, when, and how to establish an ethical and effective online presence with social media, while remaining true to their principles and personal direct sales business. She shows them how to bring the high tech new world and high touch traditional business together.


If I were starting again I would blog often so that I could build up enough content and expertise to write a book after my first year.


My books have opened doorways for my business that I never expected.


I think everyone has a message the world needs to hear whether it is directly related to your business or not.


Maybe it's time to get it out there to those for whom it can make a difference?

I think everyone has a message the world needs to hear whether it is directly related to your business or not.

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16

Plan & Build systems

Kristi Davis

Fashion, Cosmetics, and RV Lifestyle Blogger

After 4 years in the teaching profession, she moved from Kentucky to Las Vegas to become a corporate trainer. She learned the world of business by working with companies such as Hilton Hotels, Barclays Bank and Honeywell to name a few. She returned to Kentucky and using her teaching skills combined with her knowledge of business and marketing, she has quickly applied these skills in growing a successful business (team) within SeneGence International.


If I had to start over today, I would say:


Plan my work and work my plan.


The last year happened so fast and I was just all over the place. Now I want to make a plan, build systems and make these duplicatable.


If I had to start over today, I would say: Plan my work and work my plan.

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17

Do amazing follow-up

Jen Fitzgerald

Creator of The Client Angel

Jen is a relationship-building and follow-up pro, with a passion for teaching her strategies to entrepreneurs all over the world. She is the founder and owner of The Client Angel, a too used worldwide by business owners, helping them to attract and retain more customers. Her mission is to help people build & maintain great customer follow-up so that they may build relationships that sustain their business.


If I had to start my direct sales business over again, I would set up vendor booths multiple times a month and then make sure I collected names at each and...


Do amazing follow-up.


I would use a mix of personal and sales follow-up to grow their trust in me and ask for referrals.

Do amazing follow-up. @theclientangel

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18

Serve and Encourage

Charlotte Siems

Founder of This Lovely Place

Charlotte is a grateful wife & mom of 12 amazing persons. She has reached the top rank of her favorite network marketing company and loves to inspire & teach busy women to find beauty in everyday life by caring for themselves, creating comfortable homes with their families, and living out ordinary days with grace and gratitude. 


I would actually continue to do what I do now...


Serve and encourage through my blog and Social Media.


Take my eyes off myself and my fears by thinking “who won’t get helped if I don’t get over myself?” and keep my “why” fresh and compelling by intentionally thinking about it and envisioning it every day.


I would work closely with new team members to launch their business effectively with excitement. Most of all, I would ask God for His strategies and favor and increase!


Think: “who won’t get helped if I don’t get over myself?” @CharlotteSiems

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19

Create valuable content

Eva Marie Taylor

Multipreneur

For the last 3 years, Eva has been building her art business and has had the fortunate opportunity to become a 2 time published illustrator and seasoned chalk artist and hand lettering professional. To say she's a multipreneur or serial entrepreneur is an understatement, because creative ideas are always running through her blood. She's always looking for a side hustle to add another income stream to her brand.


Starting any business with momentum, you need an audience who knows, loves and trusts you.


If I was starting over from scratch, I would begin creating video and written content with value for the people I want to connect with and use curiosity and attraction marketing to get people reaching out to me.


Business is all about building relationships...


And when you show people you care and can really be a solution to their problems through your free content, the Law of Reciprocity comes into effect and people want to buy from and partner with you.

Business is all about building relationships.

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Create a duplicatable System

Fernando Loaiza

Network Marketing Coach

Fernando Has worked with over 1500 network marketing clients across 30 Countries and over 40 different network marketing companies helping them break through mental barriers as well as developing their personal brand using social media strategies to attract more qualified prospects to share their business opportunity with. 


I would begin by creating a 100% online duplication and transformation system that each new team member can follow predictably no matter how many levels deep the are.


I would begin by creating a 100% online duplication and transformation system that each new team member can follow predictably no matter how many levels deep the are. @FernandoLoaiza_

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21

Keep doing what works

Shannon Ferraby

Author; Speaker

Homeschooling Mommy to 5. Top consultant in her direct sales company. Certified Go-Giver speaker, trainer and coach. Author of “Success Unwrapped.” Kicking People in the Pants!


Do more of what works and get off the hamster wheel!


Stop wasting time doing the same things (that aren’t working), over and over, hoping to get a better result.

3 things that spin the wheel but get you nowhere:

  1. An “I” focus. “I” need orders. “I” need a team. “I” need to get that incentive!
  2. Whining, negativity and asking people to do you favors. As Dale Carnegie said,
    “Ultimately people will do things for their reasons, not ours.”
  3. Waiting. Waiting for the perfect time or until you have enough time. Waiting until you
    think you know enough or are good enough. Waiting for customers, hostesses and team
    members to come to you. (spoiler alert: those times never come).


3 things that get you off the wheel and on the path to unwrapping your success:


  1. An “others” focus. Providing excellent, consistent, attentive, empathetic and
    appreciative value to others. Focus on serving them and helping them get what they
    want, need and desire.
  2. Chase the sun! Look for, focus on and communicate about the positive in every person
    and situation. Expect to fall and commit to always get back up. Learn from mistakes.
  3. Plan, schedule and get to work! You do know enough, and you are enough to get
    started! Learn and grow more by surrounding yourself with people who believe in you,
    will encourage you, and want the best for you! Tell the lies in your head to “go spin on a
    hamster wheel!” because you’ve got work to do, people to help and success to unwrap!

"Stop wasting time doing the same things (that aren’t working), over and over, hoping to get a better result." - Shannon Ferraby

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Find where Passion, Knowledge, and Need overlap

Reagan & Haley Ramm

Creative Entrepreneurs

Reagan & Haley are creative entrepreneurs who specialize in helping artists create better art, and generate income from their creative pursuits. 


Regardless of what company we were with, we would examine where our passions and expertise overlapped, and then research to see if there was a market need. 

From there, we would determine who we want to help in that market. What are their biggest struggles and needs?


Next, we establish ourselves as authorities in that niche by teaching and providing value, solving the problems of those in that area. 

We would use Facebook Live, blogging, and email to serve our audience, and to build a relationship. We would also use Facebook ads and Influencer Marketing to drive traffic, and generate leads. 


Within our content, we would then naturally recommend our company's products or opportunity, and let them know that they can reach out to us if they want more information. 


That way, we can get people reaching out to us, rather than constantly having to chase people.

We would also have a solid brand and business built that was completely separate from our company, which would give us the flexibility to sell other products that we thought would help our audience. 

Establish yourself as an authority in any niche by teaching and providing value, solving the problems of those in that market. @Andromeda_Coast

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Leverage Influencer marketing

Paula Ramm

Direct Sales Top Earner

A homeschooling mom of 7, living in the sunny state of Florida. She's been in direct sales since 2010, and managed to build a team that has enrolled over 10,000 amazing consultants, and generated over 32 million dollars in revenue.


If I had to start my direct sales business from scratch, I would:

  • 1
    Jump right back in to Influencer Marketing 

This would allow me to get influential leaders to promote my products to their huge loyal followings for me, mainly through Review & Giveaways.


I still firmly believe that it is one of the best and fastest ways to grow your business online.

  • 2
    Get contact info (specifically email addresses) for Every. Single. Person. who enters one of my R&G’s Every. Single. Time.

I kick myself today for the thousands of leads and potential lifetime
customers I missed out on by not doing this earlier.


Implementing Google Forms for my giveaways this past year has been a total game-changer.

  • 3
    Start my email list right from the start.

It is one of the most valuable assets in your business.


Then provide value to my subscribers so that I can become an influencer myself, by becoming someone that my potential lifetime customer knows, likes, and trusts.

Get every single contact from every single giveaway or promotion you run.

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Wow! Is your mind swimming with ideas, or what?


It was so amazing to get all of these incredible responses from each of these fabulous business owners. 


I'm so appreciative to all who contributed! 


Now if you're anything like me, you're going to want to...


DO ALL THE THINGS!


But don't fall into that trap! 


You can only do so much, and it's best if you only focus on a few things, and do those exceptionally well. 


If you're not sure where to start, and you're looking for a strategy that allows you to build your business 100% from home in an introvert-friendly way, then check out my free guide below on Influencer Marketing. 


Influencer Marketing Quickstart Guide.

Influencer Marketing Quickstart Guide

How You Can Get HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL Leaders to Gladly Promote Your Direct Sales Products to Their Online Followers!


Never leave your home or children ever again!

This will be especially beneficial if you never want to do another vendor show or home party ever again!

I hope you found this post on, how to get started building your direct sales business from scratch, helpful!

Please feel free to share if you got value, and let me know in the comments below...

What strategy above did you find the most helpful? What are the next steps you're going to take to grow your business?


Blessings!

Paula Ramm

I’m a homeschooling mom of 7, living in the sunny state of Florida. I've been in direct sales since 2010, and have been blessed with an awesome team that has enrolled over 12,000 amazing consultants, and generated over 33 million dollars in revenue.

I love to help other ladies build their own thriving businesses from home, so they can spend more time with their families and be able to focus on the truly important things in life.

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