How to Write Powerful Recruiting Ads for Network Marketing

If you are looking for inspiration on how to write recruiting ads for network marketing, you have come to the right place.

See, as a network marketer, you know for a fact that either from building relationship with your prospect, you need to keep your pipeline full, so you can share your network marketing business or opportunity to them.

As internet becoming more mature, we as network marketers understand the power of internet.

To me, it is the perfect marriage of both.

We can use internet to find laser targeted leads or prospect that we want to share or exposed our business to. However, there this problem :-

1) If  networkers comes in and want to use internet to advertise their business, they do not know how.

2) If a total newbie networker who comes in and want to advertise both online and offline, most likely they do not know how either.

So, how do you solve this teething problem and at the same time learn how to teach your team member to do it? Well, the solution is to learn right here in the blog post where I will share how you can write result pulling recruiting ads for network marketing. This type of ad will attract your prospect to fill in the form.

Below shows my past month of writing recruiting ads for my primary network marketing business. All these leads are acquire for free online.

recruiting ads for network marketing

As you can see from above, the results that I’ve gotten from the ads is 38 leads. I never pay any single cents to have these leads coming.

I know some savvy network marketers will have far more better results than me. As a matter of fact, there are two type of network marketers

1) those who know how to do but do not know how to teach

2) those who do and teach at the same time.

I belong to the latter and I’m going to show you how to write these kind of ads that will give you the same results that I’m having.

Recruiting Ads For Network Marketing

Let get started

First thing first, you have to know what you can offer to help them. Often time, I see ads that I know is being posted by some amateur network marketers from a distance.

They follow the crowd like Ground Floor Opportunity, Start Up Company Need Leaders, New Compensation Plan that Makes You Wealthy in 3 Months.

I think you have had enough of these ads. I can’t deny that these ads do grab attention but the conversion rate at the backend is not as high as what you think so.

So what does you can help them?

Help here refers to SOLUTION.

You may think of financial freedom, dream, be your own boss but heck, these are all what we know and if you are targeting business opportunity people, they will know for sure that these are just another type of ads that they seen countless of time.

That is why, you may be wondering why you can’t achieve the results you want when your upline says “go put some classified ads”. So get to know what you can offer and structure your ads around it.

The next step

Next, you must go inside the head of your prospect.

This is a bit tough for many network marketers when they are first starting out putting classified ads. The ads that bring me more results than other ads that I putting out is by “getting inside my prospect head”.

Its like talking to them the thing they want.

For example, if you are hungry and you crave for a plate of fried chicken wings which say yummy. Your ads may be written in such

Yummy Chicken Wings to Fill Your Stomach

So if you are hungry and thinking of eating chicken wing, will you go to that restaurant to eat? Most probably you will. While, I see a lot of network marketers putting out their ads that say like this,

Come eat my chicken wings, it the best in town

So does the above ad really talk to you?

I like to write ads that pass my own simple test.

I call it the SO WHAT test.

What I usually do is (and you can do that too), after writing that ad headline, I will repeat to myself and end with SO WHAT? If it pass my SO WHAT test, I will go with that ads and do split testing.

Split Test Your Recruiting Ads

There is one golden rule that you will want to take note of.

There is no one ad that rule them all. You will need to split test the ad. What that means is you going to write two different recruiting ads for network marketing business. Then let the result show which ads pull in more leads.

Do you know that by split testing, you can know exactly which ads are giving you the best results? Simply changing a word on your ads can either increase or decrease the number of respondents.

The Missing Puzzle

The last component of writing recruiting ads for network marketing business is to write ads that interest your prospect.

Write you headline that interest them and get their attention. More often than not, I see boring headline like, You Can Earn $1200 per Month using XXXX. This arouses prospect interest but when reality sets in (which is sometimes very fast for certain prospect), they will just hit the back button and continue to find other ads.

So take your time to crave your recruiting ads. For me, I don’t use a lot of variation of ads, neither do I write a lot of ads, till date ever since I started my primary business last september, I only wrote 6 ads and is these 6 ads that I use continually to have that kind of results that you see above. And I only use 2 ads at any one point to get leads.

If you are going to be a professional network marketer, you have to think, work and behave like one. Separate yourself from other network marketers and you will find yourself getting the results.

Let me know what you think and leave your comment below and I will answer to your personally.

Alternatively, you can PM me on Jeffrey Chew Facebook

44 thoughts on “How to Write Powerful Recruiting Ads for Network Marketing”

  1. hi, you can find me on fb by searching jeffrey chew. guess i had to put a link into my post.

  2. hello, you can search my name on either facebook or linkedin.
    If you do on facebook, do drop me a PM so that i know.

  3. hi, you can connect with me on FB.. from there i can send you the template.

    And thanks for dropping by my site.

  4. Thanks for showing the ad tips, l still need your help on how to write up headline for my networking business.

  5. I love your banana split. Keep it up the work. Your network marketing blog gives different insights. Very fresh. I like it.

  6. Hey Jeffrey, I stumble upon your site. I should say it’s good. You have given fresh perspective. And really thanks for this post. You have helped me alot.

  7. Dear Jeffrey
    Thank you for your very helpful advices on networking. Can you please send me a template as I would like to write an ad for my serious network marketers.

  8. Hi Jeffrey, thank you. Was searching on how to write effective network marketing ad and stumble upon your site. Thank for your analogy. It really help me alot. Keep the blog post coming.

  9. Hi Donna,

    Thanks for dropping by my site. This is a reply that need some communication to have that answer. If you are okay, you can PM me on FB “” and we will take it from there. Insert a comment that you drop me a message on this blog so that I know. Looking forward to assist you.

    – Jeffrey

  10. Hi Shade, glad that you found value. Looking forward to hearing your good news soon.

  11. Thank Jeffrey! Now i understand how to write an ad for my network marketing business.

  12. Hi there, you can use the contact form on my page or connect with me on Facebook to see what kind of ad you really need.

  13. Hello my friend, I’m Brazilian and I just read your site, I was curious to know how your ad is to prospect on the internet? Would it be possible to send me a template for this ad so I can use it here in Brazil? If it is possible I am sending you my email;

    Thank you for your attention.

  14. Thanks for the great tips on writing recruiting ads. I am going to give it a try in my next campaign. Maybe that will help get better results.

  15. Hi Jeffrey, I like your blog and had bookmarked it. I did not know about the So What test. You given me insight about So What and I’m going to implement it for very ad I’m going to make from now on.

  16. I stumble upon your blog. Generally very good with cool content, helpful for us and me especially, though i dont agree some ideas and I have subscribe your blog. Keep it up.

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