MLM Recruiting with Twitter

Editor | How to Brand Yourself,MLM Training Tips,Social Media Networks | Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

When you build an outstanding MLM team and an outstanding Twitter following, they’re really very similar goals. In order to build a large group of people you must find a group who actually think you are worth following. It’s also how popularity is defined on Twitter and how you define success in MLM. It’s also easy to see how popularity on Twitter can lead to success in MLM.

Because MLM recruiting is simply about reaching more of the right person, and Twitter boasts about millions of members, it’s really obvious that using their service is no longer something you can just ignore. Twitter is very popular and the growth rate is so powerful that there’s no doubt it’s here to stay.

Those very same principles apply to both Twitter popularity and to the success of your MLM. You must be someone who is actually worth following. You need to be an attractive personality. You must have great tips and advice.

You have to be both interested and interesting, and you can’t just be all about the business. It’s just like your life, if you talk about business constantly, you’re boring and selfish. You need to be more than about your business opportunity, you need to be yourself.

There are literally hundreds of thousands of ideal prospects on Twitter, and there’s no reason why you can’t reach every single one of them. All you have to do is follow the simple advice in this article and you can be well on your way to regular online recruiting, with just a few minutes of “tweeting” per day.

So how can you go about finding the right people on Twitter?

One of the best ways is to use Twitter has its own search engine which allows you to find the latest “tweets” on whatever keyword you type in. The Twitter search engine is a great way to see what people are saying RIGHT NOW about a particular topic.

Simply type in MLM or DEBT, or anything that is related to your business, and see who wrote what in the last few seconds. This is a great tool for finding people that are perfect for your business right when they are in a mood to do something about it.

Another way is to take advantage of the followers of big names in your niche. One of the best things about Twitter’s simplicity is the fact that you can see who is following who, and how popular someone is.

It also means you can find a very popular person who reaches your target market (ex: Mike Dillard) and effectively “steal” their followers. All you need to do is click to see who is following them and add them one by one. Or you can use to build your own audience by finding relevant people and following their followers.

Another great way to find followers is by using the Google search engine. Google is actually very focused on indexing Twitter it its database and can monitor most of the site on a regular basis which allows your posts to show in their index fairly quickly.

When you use Google to find people on Twitter it is a little different than using because Google doesn’t show you the most recent results. Instead, Google shows you what it thinks are the most important mentions of your keyword or phrase on Twitter’s site.

You can however, search just with Google by simply typing in a search term such as: keywords.

Of course you could also let followers find you. This is effective only if you present yourself in a way that makes others want to know more about you. You can use relevant keywords in your posts to show up in the Twitter search results, but you must remember that your audience is not search robots.

You must be attractive to those you are trying to attract. You need them to see your profile and realize you are interesting!

Twitter is a fantastic social networking tool, and when you apply the advice in this article you will be able to turn it into a fantastic recruiting tool as well.

This MLM training report is brought to you by Tami DuBose.

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