Make Recruiting Gift Bags

Marketing your business opportunity at a direct sales home party is really just creating desire. 

When you create desire for your business using recruiting gift bags people will be asking you if they can have more information.

Isn’t that what we all want?

One approach is to soft sell your business opportunity at your parties is to use the opportunity gift bag approach.

Direct Selling Recruiting Gift Bags

Recruiting Gift Bags

You can put together your opportunity gift bag and use it at your home shows to sell your business opportunity.

When you prominently display your bags on the table it will be a reminder for you and a source of curiosity for your guests.

The recruiting gift bag will create a fun way to market your opportunity without being pushy.

What’s In A Recruiting Gift Bag?

Your gift bag is really just well-packaged opportunity information.

Below is a sample list of what you need to create your opportunity bags. Your actual contents will vary based on your company’s product and recruiting materials.

You can use any recruiting & marketing tools your company offers in the bag.

How To Make Recruiting Packets

You can put anything in your recruiting packet that you want.

This is a good starter list for the average direct sales consultant:Opportunity Gift Bags

  • Clear bag
  • Tinsel or frilly shredded paper
  • Bright-colored card that lists “Whats In The Kit”
  • Copy of your commission check
  • Opportunity brochure
  • Opportunity CD or DVD
  • Gift: small under $1.00 item, preferably costing only pennies.
  • Decorative sticker or label with a message to hold it shut
  • Payday candy bar

Now that you have your opportunity gift bags prepared, use them at your home party to market your direct sales opportunity. 

Think big!

Bring at least 3 to each show. 

Position one in a prominent location to develop curiosity.  This will also be a reminder to you to sprinkle recruiting words throughout your show.

Market Your Sales Opportunity

Marketing is the art, science and skill of creating more and more desire in the marketplace for your products, opportunity and services.

The short definition of marketing is: creating desire!
Learn More About The Direct Sales Recruiting University!
You will create desire for your opportunity by sprinkling the benefits of your direct sales business throughout your show in a conversational manner.

Direct Selling Recruiting Tips

  • Use your opportunity bag as your prize drawing and at that time you can be more direct in your marketing approach.
  • Watch for opportunity red flags and be proactive!!
  • Plan when you are sprinkling your recruiting messages.
  • Learn more recruiting – marketing strategies by taking the Direct Sales Recruiting University!

Comments

    Shared by: kathy hill:

    ok I’m in…i am going to do this at every party and event in 2016, I never thought about using them at events. I think recruiting is about offering “HOPE” so these are now going to be my HOPE bags…love the clear bag idea!

    Shared by: Kathy Jenks:

    I am a representative for a network marketing company that is not a party plan opportunity but I started making gift bags to give out at our opportunity meetings to guest and they were a big hit. I never would have thought to do this except for your 64 ideas article. It is fun to add a bit of the party plan concept to a business opportunity meeting.

    Shared by: LaShanta Magnusson:

    Great tips! I make up bags to hand out with commission info, sales flyers and a bag of cookie mix to use at their launch party

    Shared by: Mandy Voyce:

    This has been on my to do list for a bit. Now that I have the papers picked out for a recuriting package I need to make it into a gift bag! Would be so much easier to refer to as well during the checkout!

    Shared by: Karla Jones:

    I take these bags every where. My sticker says “Want to earn $1,000/month? Ask me how….

    I do not include a commission check/statement but that’s a great idea. I do have them in my snoop book.

    Shared by: Debbie Fraser:

    In my recruiting bag I like to put in a photo and a list of what you actually get in a brand new ‘kit’, along with our current Joining Offer brochure. And, because I’m in Australia, I like to put in a box of Smarties … because I reckon anyone who takes a look at what we have to offer them has to be pretty ‘smart’.

    Shared by: Joy Hampson:

    I love this idea, especially for vendor events, where you have more limited time to create desire for the business.

    Question: If your commission check is not where you want it to be, could you use the paycheck of an upper level team member?

    Shared by: Theresa Pyle:

    I love the clear bag, and I REALLY love the idea of having a copy of my commission pay for the month enclosed!

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