Today, I’d like to share some of my best tips on how to sell more Amway products. These practical tips will help you find more prospects and customers, which will lead to more sales and larger profits.
First and foremost, I want to briefly explain the difference between network marketing and direct sales, because it is often misunderstood, even by Amway reps.
Direct sales is about one person selling a LOT of products. To give you an example, think of the party-plan rep, such as Tupperware or Pampered Chef. They host parties, sell products and make money. They have very little, if any focus on building a team.
Network marketing, on the other hand, is about a lot of people each doing a little bit. It’s about having hundreds, even thousands of people, consuming and selling $50 to $100 worth of products each month, rather than one person selling thousands of dollars in products all by themselves. I hope that make sense.
With that being said, you still need to sell SOME Amway products. You do not need to be a retailing machine, but you should have five to ten personal customers at all times. Why? Because you can’t teach your team how to do it if you haven’t done it yourself.
How to sell More Amway Products
What you will see below are 8 simple tips to sell more Amway products. They are listed in no certain order.
# 1: Be Your Own Best Customer
Success starts by being your own best customer. If you don’t believe in your products enough to use them yourself, how can you expect others to purchase them from you? Use your company’s products. Never use a competitor’s product, even if it’s cheaper.
By using your own products, you will develop a product story or product testimonial that you can share with your prospects. This will be your most valuable business tool (your own testimonial) when it comes to retailing Amway products.
# 2: Use Your Products in Public
When you are at work, when you have friends over, or when you are out and about living life, use some of your products. For example, if you are visiting with a friend, bring your skin care or vitamins with you in your purse, and use the product in front of your friend. This will spark their curiosity, will lead to a conversation and potentially a sale.
# 3: Gift Amway Products
During the holiday season, and for birthdays, gift the Amway products to your friends and family. This will get them to try the product. If the product is good (and yes, Amway products are good) there is a good chance they will reorder from you once their supply runs out.
# 4: Give Away Samples
Samples are your friend. Don’t’ be stingy with your Amway samples. My only advice is this. Before you ever give out a sample, get the person’s contact information so you can follow up with them at your convenience. If you just give someone a sample, without getting their contact information first, there is a high likelihood you will never hear from them again.
# 5: Turn Your No’s into Yes’s
As you are sharing the business opportunity with your prospects, ask every person who tells you no to the business to become a customer.
# 6: ASK People to Buy
You must be able to look someone in the eyes and ask them to buy. This is where many reps fall short. Even an interested prospect will not buy from you unless you ask them to. Ask every person you talk with to try out a product and place an order. It will always be NO, unless you ask.
# 7: Provide World Class Customer Service
One of the best ways to sell more Amway products is to provide great customer service with your current customers. Stay in touch often. Communicate frequently. Make your customers feel important. Do the little things. This will lead to higher retention.
# 8: Stay in Touch with Reps who Quit
Stay in touch with your former customers and distributors. Many of these people will continue to order the products, even if they dropped out of the business. Maintain a good relationship with them and never pressure people to do more with the business than they want to.
Build a Team
My # 1 tip to sell more Amway products is to build a team! Here’s the truth. One person can only sell so much, but a team of people can easily outsell that one person. It’s a lot easier to help 100 people each sell $100 worth of Amway products than have one person sell $10,000 worth themselves. Make sense? I hope so.
The real beauty of our industry is the leverage. Once again, do not confuse direct sales with network marketing. Yes, you need to service some customers yourself, but not hundreds. Maintain your five to ten customers and then focus on building your team and teaching them how to do the same thing.
In conclusion, these are my best tips on how to sell more Amway products. None of this is rocket science, but it does work.
What are your thoughts? What do you do to sell more Amway products? Leave a comment below to let me know what you think. I look forward to hearing from you.
Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with Amway. Visit their official website.