MLM Success Tips: How To Create Curiosity

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Would you like to know how to get people reaching out to you about your products, service, or opportunity?  

Today, I’ll be sharing some mlm success tips on how to create curiosity on social media in a way that forces people to reach out. 

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The Wrong Way To Market

A big mistake that I see many people make is constantly mentioning the name of the mlm company they’re with and throwing up pictures of their products.  What happens when you do this, is it raises resistance and does more harm than good.  

Let’s take the health and wellness industry for example.  I see a lot of companies who have some type of shake they offer.  Then, what happens next is consultants will begin putting up pictures of the shake and begin talking about how awesome it is.  I’ve seen many with the company name written on the cup they’re using, or reps who may put up a picture of the shake in it’s packaging which clearly shows exactly what it is.  When you do this, know that you have lost every ounce of curiosity!

Think about the last time you watched a preview to a movie (I actually just gave this example on a recent blog but it’s too good of an analogy). What is the point of a preview?  Well, they give you just enough information to peak your curiosity and get you really wanting to see it.  Am I right? Now what if during that same preview, they gave away the ending of the movie?  Would you be as apt to want to see it?  Probably not!

Now, think about that same concept when it comes to marketing on social media.  If someone knows what product you’re using or what company you’re with, you’ve just given them the ending of the movie.  So instead of reaching out to you for information, they’ll just reach out to google and do their own research and this is NOT what you want to happen and it’s definitely not smart or clever marketing.

How To Create Curiosity 

The goal when it comes to social media marketing is to do it in such a way that forces those who are interested in what you have, to reach out to you!  In the short video below, I share a couple of examples on exactly how to do this. 

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21 Comments

  • Mike

    Reply Reply June 29, 2016

    Curiosity is a big thing, as build are curious and will come to you and start to ask you questions. It is so much more easier speaking that are coming to you.

    • Sherri Brown

      Reply Reply June 29, 2016

      Exactly Zach!

  • Mark Nelson

    Reply Reply June 29, 2016

    Great post. I agree with you about curiosity. Once people see a “shake” they assume they know everything about it. By creating curiosity they want to learn more.

    • Sherri Brown

      Reply Reply July 1, 2016

      Exactly Mark!

  • Annabel Collins

    Reply Reply June 29, 2016

    Curiosity keeps people wondering and if it’s something they might be interested in you will hear from them. Thanks for sharing that tip.

    • Sherri Brown

      Reply Reply July 1, 2016

      You’re so right Annabel!

  • April Ray

    Reply Reply June 29, 2016

    Perfect post Sherri! I see this all too often. Newbie DS give away so much of the control by giving away all the juicy details… Thanks for sharing! =)

    • Sherri Brown

      Reply Reply July 1, 2016

      Yep April! It’s definitely an easy but more effective way to market. Simply, don’t mention the name. 🙂

  • Larry Hochman

    Reply Reply June 29, 2016

    Great stuff, Sherri! Think of it as a story. People like to fill in some of the missing parts for themselves. 🙂

    • Sherri Brown

      Reply Reply July 1, 2016

      Thank you Larry and I like that!

  • Larry Hochman

    Reply Reply June 29, 2016

    Great stuff, Sherri! Think of it as a story. People like to fill in some of the missing parts for themselves. 🙂

  • Adewale Adebusoye

    Reply Reply June 29, 2016

    Marketing is all about creating curiosity. Thanks for sharing.

    • Sherri Brown

      Reply Reply July 1, 2016

      Good marketing is for sure!

  • Bruce Schinkel

    Reply Reply June 29, 2016

    Great post Sherri! Generating curiosity can definitely make or break your online business, it’s really sad so many people are still being taught the old/ineffective way.

    • Sherri Brown

      Reply Reply July 1, 2016

      You’re right Bruce! They will catch on though. 🙂

  • Jelena Ostrovska

    Reply Reply June 30, 2016

    Awesome post Sherri! We all as marketers should create curiosity, otherwise we might be losing sign ups! Thank you for sharing this!

    • Sherri Brown

      Reply Reply July 1, 2016

      You’re so right Jelena and you’re so welcome!

  • Julia Baxter

    Reply Reply June 30, 2016

    Yes! Talk about what it does, not what it is. No curiosity = no engagement. No engagement = no point! Great post, Sherri.

    • Sherri Brown

      Reply Reply July 1, 2016

      Love that Julia and thank you!

  • Love this post Sherri – no curiosity +no engagement = no leads and sales…

    Dr. Lisa

    • Sherri Brown

      Reply Reply July 2, 2016

      Thank you Dr. Lisa! Glad you liked it. 🙂

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