May 102011
 

A question we often hear at GDI is “What should I market, the product or the opportunity?” The short answer is that this is something you have to decide for yourself. But top help you decide we’ve included some tips below.

How well do you understand the product?

All of our members should understand the website hosting and email that GDI offers and better yet take advantage of it. But since we know this may not be the case for everyone, decide where you fall. Do you use a replicated site and have no interest in hosting? Well then you are someone who should be advertising the opportunity. It doesn’t make sense to try to explain and sell someone on something you aren’t using yourself.

If you are someone who takes advantage of GDI website hosting and know every in and out of the product, you are someone who should be selling the product. If you love the product people will be able to see that and want to get on board with it.

What kind of people do you work best with?

Do you work best with people who get really excited about a new idea or offering, or do you prefer to work with people who take a more analytical approach. A lot of this can be based on your own experience and is in no way a scientific fact, but try to take personality types into account when trying to get someone into your downline.

Someone who is very excitable and good at getting others excited, could be very good at selling the opportunity, and this is someone you may want to work with if you feel the same. Someone who takes a more calculated look at things may need a little more of a push could really benefit from being sold the product and explained the virtues of it in combination with the opportunity. Try to figure out the kind of people you want in your downline and it will help you decide what you should be selling.

What is your selling style?

Your selling style is a combination of the answers to the two questions. Try to mix your personality with what you know and you will be able to see what you are better at selling.

How about both?

You can follow the steps above to stick with selling either the product or the opportunity, or you could do both. Don’t limit yourself on only trying to sell one aspect of GDI, you have multiple selling points at your finger tips, so use this to your advantage. Get educated on the product, refine your pitch and decide what you want to sell on a person to person basis.

  3 Responses to “You Asked: The Product or the Opportunity?”

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  2. I always like to find like minded people who know the power of GDI as far as the opportunity end goes. If you can find a few heavy hitters you can make a great residual income online. Plus, talking up GDI is easy since the company always pays on time and has over a 10 year track record of doing so now. And the product is easy to sell at $10 a month. Domain names and web hosting are only growing and GDI offers the best of both worlds.

  3. […] 我们共同分享,有很多方法可以受益于一个GDI成员。首先,你可以成为会员,只需使用您自己的域名和电子邮件,我们伟大的产品和托管自己的品牌。如果你是一个大风扇的产品,营销为自己的收入,他们是没有道理的。为什么不分享你的GDI的爱,并在这个过程中的一些钱。然后,也许你不希望使用的产品,但只是想使终身收入,那么你可以简单地市场的GDI机会。但如果你已经决定,你一定要积极市场GDI,不管是什么,检查后,这将帮助你决定你想要的GDI部分市场的:产品的机会。 […]

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