How to get someone’s contact info — virtually 100% of the time.

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How to get someone’s contact info — virtually 100% of the time.

What ONE thing should every Network Marketer do when they meet someone?

Yes, get their contact info.

The simple tip in this 90-second video can help you do exactly that, virtually 100% of the time. Simply hand your prospect your phone and say (find out what to say in the video).

While in Málaga, Spain I took 90 seconds to share exactly what I do to get someone’s contact info once I meet them. It’s simple, fast and keeps all your contacts in one easy to access place. Once I have their contact info, I text them my info and then connect with them on Facebook. I also enter any notes about them directly into the contact details before I forget the details of our conversation.

Share this video with your team. The technique is direct, highly effective and everyone on your team can duplicate it.

COMMENT BELOW! ►►► What’s one of your favorite ways (or places) to meet people?

Here’s to your success!


Art Jonak

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24 thoughts on “How to get someone’s contact info — virtually 100% of the time.

  1. I like to meet people when I am out shopping! Grocery store, clothing stores, restaurants. I like handing them my card and asking for the email to send them information about my product.

  2. Playgrounds are great places to meet people, the queue at the supermarket, at the school gates after drop offs and before pickups, and of course the gym.

  3. I talk with everyone looks friendly and open to a conversation, especially on the supermarket, hospitals, and restaurants. Ask them how they feel that day about their jobs, it’s their job fun, etc. And then I give them my business card, and ask if they can give me their email to send more information about what I do. But now, I’ll request their info to set up in my phone. Thanks for the tips Art Jonak!

  4. Like so many on this thread, I look to meet people EVERYWHERE. But some particular favorites of mine are at my children’s sporting events and the car wash. I go to one of the chain car washes that has a nice waiting area for the patrons. It’s easy to compliment someone on her or his car and go from there. And sporting events are fabulous, whether indoor or outdoor. Watching our kids play sports, knowing that college is looming, the ways to strike up a conversation are too numerous to mention. Good luck, everybody, and thanks to you, Art!

  5. I find the absolute best place to meet people is at my kids’ events: little league games, horseback riding shows, etc. You have a captive audience with people and you already have something in common with which with speak with them and build rapport.

  6. AIRPORTS I love meeting people at airports you have a captive audience while your waiting to board or while your actually on the plane.

  7. Weddings. People are always happy there… Unless of course they know more than they should know about the participants.

  8. Excellent tips Art, and very easy to implement. My favourite lately is just to ask “Hey, it sounds like you’re up to some really cool stuff…can I connect with you on Facebook?”
    If you learn the the skills of having people TRUST and LIKE you in a short period of time, it’s a great way to grow your circle of friends and potential prospects.
    To supercharge this strategy, TAKE NOTES once you leave them of their name and any minor detail they shared. When you connect on Facebook (which can usually be done via smartphone while you’re together) send a PRIVATE MESSAGE and mention something they spoke about. It will boost your character in their eyes by 100% because they will feel SOMEONE out there actually listened and paid attention.
    Once you connect on FB, then make sure your lifestyle and what you post sends the right message of who you are and gives subtle hints as to what you do.

  9. IN THE BBN (big blue nation) kentucky BASKETBALL IS 24/7, 365. IN THE
    BBN YOU CAN TALK TO ANYONE IN ANY RELATIVE SETTING ABOUT
    THE TEAM. YOU CAN TALK ABOUT NEW RECRIUTS, HOW MANY DAYS
    UNTIL THE SEASON STARTS, WHO IS RETURNING, HOW THEY PLAYED, HOW TO GET TICKETS, YOU NAME IT.EVERYONE IS YOUR
    BROTHER OR SISTER IN THE BBN.

  10. As I live in Colombia, people still queue up for any kind of service. The lines are actually a very nice place to make contact and time pases this way much more quickly :-) Greentings from Colombia ;-)

  11. I use social media – great way to find some interesting people (but not the efective one :-)) and of course – I’m open in everyday life… there are so many possibilities, to smile to people and see, if they smile back :-) And this is first connection…

  12. I love books and so I often find myself at the bookstore. If you’ve chosen a business opportunity that aligns with your interests, then you will naturally find yourself hanging out in the related section of the bookstore. There you’re sure to find other people who share that same interest. It’s not hard to strike up a conversation with someone based on the books they’re checking out… or by recommending a book you really enjoyed.

  13. I enjoy meeting new people at networking & social events. I smile and if they smile back I say “Hi” and extend my hand. I learn about them and then I say “Let’s exchange information so we can stay connected”.

  14. One way that I meet people more othen is on social media sites. I message them and ask them to tell me more about what they do then I share with them what I do which is a talk radio show host, so meeting new people is essential for me! Another way is at social events and just about anywhere I come into contact with others.

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