We use social selling and influencer style interchangeably in this series, in which this is the final post!
If you missed the first 4 articles, please go back and review!
Maintain social media presence
You’re maintaining 2-5 activities daily on your main social media channel as well as at least one activity (feed post, stories, live) on secondary social media. Add a third here if you feel comfortable.
Remember, all of these things serve as sales funnels to the “ultimate stop”, which, in some cases, is a purchase from you on your Aloette website.
If you are a blogger, podcaster, or some sort of other creator the end of your customer’s journey will be your feed. Make sure you’re using Aloette affiliate links frequently and promoting time based, relevant sales on social.
Building team as an Influencer
At this point, you have some bandwidth on the sales side to add more teammates.
This is, of course, assuming you don’t already have a team- this type of attraction based marketing often yields people asking you to join the fun!
This is also the fastest way to earn higher commissions, starting with 30% after you help just one person reach a nominal amount of sales. That extra 5% is really nice and grows to 35% when you add another!
Note your ideal client- or teammate- definition will be different from your peers who follow a party plan.
As an influencer styler direct seller, you aren’t demonstrating the job in parties to potential teammates. Everything you do in your social channels will attract those wishing to do business in this “long game” way.
Do everything with integrity- your future team is watching.
Build your email list
Goal: doubled from month 2 number
If you had 65 email addresses, you should have 130 total. If you haven’t done do in previous months, create another lead magnet that offers value to your audience in exchange for signing up for your list
As you send your regular monthly or biweekly email newsletter, remember 3Ps of content!
Set up next month
Schedule 1 partnership or virtual promotion for the following month. You’ll want to keep your ideal client in mind as you source opportunities.
Influencer promotions are no different than booking direct sales parties- you’re planting seeds now for what you’ll harvest in upcoming months.
This guide has purposely been quite tactical because I want you to bookmark it and refer back in your first 150 days.
This advice is more of a soft skill, but it’s at this point that most people lose discipline.
Stay hungry. Set goals for your business that inspire you to leave a legacy.
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