Find Business In New Neighborhoods

It is essential that home party plan consultants find business that is unrelated to their existing customer base.

A constant stream of strangers into your schedule will assure a solid business.find business in new neighborhoods

This is an older post but decided to bring it to the front of the blog in our ongoing direct sales bookings series.

So, tip #36 for finding bookings is to move your business into new neighborhoods.

When you use this technique to find business in new neighborhoods you will make friends and grow your business.

It is a lot simpler than you may expect to tap into business in new neighborhoods when you use this simple creative networking technique of getting to know people.

How To Tap Into New Neighborhoods

This short video (taped at a live Thirty-One regional event) will give you a proven system on how to tap into a new development or residential neighborhood for business.

Find Business In New Neighborhoods

Whether you are looking to find more party business in your own neighborhood or a new residential neighborhood just being built this simple technique works.

Don’t forget to consider those neighborhoods that are a couple of notches above your family income level.

One of the easiest ways to increase your show average is to find business in higher income brackets. Remember though, they might not be motivated by free products so think about your pitch before getting started.
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Think about how you can add value to their lives….

  • Get To Know The Neighborhood
  • Girls Night Out – No Kids
  • Fun
  • Education
  • Entertaining Ideas?

There really are unlimited reasons why someone would host a show, so don’t always focus on FREE products.

If you  do, then those who don’t care about FREE will not schedule.

Comments

    Shared by: Brian Hurlburt:

    What a great idea, I did similar to this during my first two months! However, I did D2D Sales, I like this Idea even more! 😉

      Shared by: Deb Bixler:

      Cool, glad to see you here, Brian – thanks for taking the time to comment too. I love it!

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