Keeping in Touch with Your Recruits
Life gets busy and it’s easy to forget that some times others need our help and guidance to succeed. Staying in touch with your recruits is a very important part of your business – after all, their success is your success! As Jay touched on above, relationship building is an important part of your family, social and business life.
Are your recruits joined up to our Chocolate Adventure Presenters Facebook page? If not, they could be missing out on important information like upcoming #Chocadv promotions, Chocolate Business, and generally keeping in the loop of what other Presenters are doing to promote their business. It’s also a great way for you to stay in touch with them and post little tips about your successes in the past. Support comes in many different forms and seeing your activity online could be just the motivation they need to work on their business☺
April Madness is Here!!!
This is a great opportunity to add some new and exciting stock to your current range. You can do this through both of these April madness offers below. The more items you have on display at your parties the more you are likely to sell as people get to see and feel what they are purchasing.
Offer two is particularly great for stocking up for markets or buying extra products to use as samples for your larger parties ☺
Focus on the follow up. Don’t leave your host hanging
Your fun isn’t over when you leave your hostesses home. A few days after the party mail a simple postcard to your host thanking her again for her wonderful party and include information regarding the orders from her party. You can include info such as expected delivery date of the products, how the order will arrive (products are already bagged and labelled for the guests) and remind her of how great her host benefits are and even what she achieved.
Once delivery of the products has been made follow up with your host again with a phone call. Ask if she received the products and if everything was okay with the order. Let her know that if there are any questions from herself or her guests upon delivery that they can contact you at any time.
If you have customer/host orders delivered to you it is still important to provide follow up. You can instead mail a postcard letting the how know that you had a great time at the party, when you expect to accept delivery and when you will bring the orders to her.
Hostesses like to know that you are available to them more than just the night of the party. Great customer service goes a long way in business.