What Is Network Marketing / Multi-Level-Marketing?
The answer is really simple. It’s advertising. Instead of the company paying millions of dollars on advertising, such as TV, Radio, etc. They hire a direct selling team, who then “recruits” consumers to use the product and promote it themselves, and by doing this earn a commission.
In Network Marketing, NOBODY tells you how much you make – your income is completely dependent on your efforts, and how committed and dedicated you are to the business.
Oh, I have to recruit, that’s a pyramid scheme
WRONG first of all, pyramid scheme’s are ILLEGAL. Second of all, look at your current position and the structure of the management/employees. Does it look like this? Does your direct boss make more than you? Do they make your schedule? Do they tell you what to do? Do they tell you when you can take vacations?
Yes, I thought so too. In a legitimate MLM/Network Marketing opportunity only YOU determine how much you make, you can make someone who is higher than you, you CAN set your own hours, you CAN take vacations whenever you want. Now here is what an MLM/Network Marketing “Pyramid” looks like.
Which would you rather be a part of? I know I’d much rather be a part of the latter as well.
With that being said, there are no guarantees when you join a legitimate MLM/Network Marketing business, you get what you put in it, and to be honest, most people don’t make any money because they give up too easy. Simply put, don’t give up, work your butt off for a while, and you will be making tons of money!
Here are a couple things to do before you join an MLM/Network Marketing company
- Find — and study — the company’s track record
- Learn about the product
- Ask questions
- Understand any restrictions
- Talk to other distributors (beware of shills)
- Consider using a friend or adviser as a neutral sounding board or for a gut check
- Take your time
- Think about whether this plan suits your talents and goals
Pyramid Scam eh? You mean CORPORATE AMERICA