“Your product is too expensive,” is a common network marketing objection that can be heard from prospects.
Have you ever experienced this objection?
If you haven’t yet, it’s inevitable that you will at some point.
And if you’re like me, hearing this objection can really make your blood boil.
Especially if someone says this to you, and then turns around and makes a massive purchase on another product.
Like maybe they buy a new TV or go on an extravagant vacation.
But it just goes to show that people will buy and invest in things that they perceive as valuable.
So if you’re hearing this objection, you’re going to want to go back and evaluate how you are introducing your product.
Because there might be something that you’re saying that isn’t creating the value around the product.
When I first heard this objection, I didn’t have a good response to it.
In fact, I was so shocked by it that I didn’t know what to say.
Have you felt that way as well?
Let me reassure you.
Your product IS amazing!
And it is absolutely worth every penny.
Just because someone else doesn’t see it right away, doesn’t mean it isn’t true.
But let’s tweak your verbiage when you do hear this common network marketing objection.
I actually created this video training to help you decide the best course of action when you do hear this.
If you are hearing this, it might be important for you to evaluate what you are saying leading up to this common network marketing objection.
How you set up the conversation, will either create value around your product or NOT.
So make sure you are constantly evaluating what you’re saying to introduce your product and business.
Would you believe me if I told you that it is totally possible to obliterate this objection forever?
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P.S. Wanna hear about another common network marketing objection and how to handle it?
Check out my other blog post that refers to how to respond when someone say’s that network marketing is a pyramid scheme. See you over there!
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