Create your own brochures on network marketing
One of the benefits of joining a network marketing company is that it is usually a turnkey business. Between your upline and the company, most of the training materials should already be in place.
Besides all the materials already provided, I also like to be unique and create something on my own. These little things are what will mark you and make you stand out.
You can create business cards, postcards, and brochures for your business, all of which will appeal to others.
Creating brochures is very simple. I use a combination of Microsoft Word, Printshop, and Microsoft Publisher. All these programs have templates that you can use and format already implemented.
Consider creating a product brochure and also a recruiting brochure. Brochures for your products can be delivered to existing customers, mailed to potential customers, and posted on bulletin boards around town. Import photos of your products and keep the wording bulleted so the person reading can look at it and not have to read. Here is an example:
October 1 – October 31 (put this in bold)
Buy one product and get another at half price
Insert product photo here
Now list 3 reasons why someone should buy this product. Make these 3 bullet points.
Your name and contact information would go at the end. You are creating this brochure to generate interest in your product. You just want to attract someone to contact you for more information or with an offer that you cannot get directly from the catalog.
The other flyer to create is a recruiting flyer. I have made quarter sheet flyers, half sheet flyers, and full sheet flyers.
I always like to include a photo of a product or the company logo so that others know in advance what the company and the opportunity are.
A sample brochure might look like this:
Logo / Company Name (bold and centered)
I have been helping others work at home since (insert year here)
Now list 3 bullets about your company:
Possibly price to join.
Possibly the number of years the company has been in business.
Possibly how can they get a company website?
Their contact information goes at the bottom. Again, your goal is to attract, not to make the actual sale through the brochure.
Try to create some brochures for your business and distinguish yourself from others.