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5 Platinum AdvoCare Distributor Success Tips


Success is 5 Tips Away

Are you looking to become a Platinum AdvoCare Distributor? Well here are 5 Platinum AdvoCare distributor success tips that you need to know if you want to break rank in the next 30 days. Make sure you read to the end because I reveal my go to resource for generating leads online practically on autopilot.

Tip #1 – Lead with Value

Give something that your customer can use that’s of value to them on the front end. This customer is looking into AdvoCare for help with some problem. Most likely it will be a health problem that has been nagging them.

For example, if they have low energy, you can offer them 3 quick tips to increase the energy they have in the late afternoon. Then, when they see that you’re looking out for them and not just looking to make a buck, they’ll be more open to seeing what AdvoCare Spark might do for their energy levels.

Tip #2 – Develop a Relationship

ASK QUESTIONS!! Ask them about their jobs, wife, husband, kids, really try to get to know them. Find out why they feel like AdvoCare is something that might help them. Their reason why the sought this opportunity out. Find out why they have low energy. Find out about that old football injury that makes their knees ache when the weather changes.

Create a meaningful connection. These will all be keys to hitting emotional hot buttons that will allow you to close a sale. Take a note of what they’re saying and write these down.

Tip #3 – Set a Follow up Appointment DURING the Current Appointment

When you don’t complete the sale or sign up, you must continue the conversation. Always have control of the conversation and set an appointment right then and there. Give them a choice between two dates and times and make them choose the one that works best.

If neither of them works, they’ll suggest another time. Be flexible. Remember, you are working toward a result.

Tip #4 – Know Where You’re Going

Each meeting or presentation that you have with your potential AdvoCare customer should have a clearly defined purpose. That purpose should be to sell them an AdvoCare product or to sign them up as an AdvoCare distributor.

This is a FOR profit business and should be treated like one. You must lead your customer through a series of predetermined steps that will ultimately lead to a result. Either a sale or a sign up, if not then you did not create enough value. Perfect practice makes perfect. Keep your head up and try again.

Tip #5 – Personal Development is a Necessity

This last step is critical for your AdvoCare business. Why? Because if you think that any Joe Schmoe is going to just strike it rich because they paid an initiation fee and signed up their mom, you’re living in a fantasy world.

You must constantly be working on yourself and getting yourself to the point where you can sign up AdvoCare distributors and sell AdvoCare products AT WILL. Yes this can be done. I see people do this daily in other MLM companies.

The magic is YOU and how YOU APPLY what you’ve learned. APPLY these excruciatingly simple tips and your AdvoCare business will flourish.

Until next time,


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9 comments… add one

  • It sounds like you’re creating problems yourself by trying to solve this issue instead of looking at why their is a problem in the first place

    • Mark Gubuan

      Thanks for the feedback. The reason why there is a problem with success in the MLM industry is because distributors don’t understand how to run a business. You need working capital, marketing skills, knowledge and a powerful reason for why you want to create a business.

      There is a problem because most companies don’t teach marketing and they don’t provide a platform for people to build working capital. Most people jump in the water and think that they’ll just learn how to swim. When in reality, you might want to put on some water wings first.

      Good take by the way.


  • This post is beyond awesome. I am always wondering what to do and what not to do so I will follow some of these tips.

    • Mark Gubuan

      Hi Jina!

      I’m glad you got value from this post. Please opt in to my newsletter on the form on the right to get more tips like this.


  • Hello,I love reading through your blog, I wanted to leave a little comment to support you and wish you a good continuation. Wishing you the best of luck for all your blogging efforts.

    • Mark Gubuan

      Thanks for the kudos.

  • I really can’t understand some points of this post, but I guess I only need to learn a bit more about this, because it certainly sounds interesting and kind of though-proviking! By the way, how did you first get involved with this?

    • Mark Gubuan

      What don’t you understand? I can clarify. Maybe a follow up post?

      I’m not involved with AdvoCare, but I’m involved in the network marketing industry and in order to be successful you must understand business principles.

  • great tips. i found it all really helpful.

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