WHAT IS NETWORK MARKETING?
What can someone say about network marketing that can change the opinion of people who do not believe in this approach or to win a person who does not know anything about this kind of business?
What we can certainly admit is that many people have negative experiences with network marketing. These are often people who:
- have never done network marketing but have heard someone's bad experience,
- that tried to do this kind of work but it didn't go as they had hoped,
- were tricked by someone who works in this type of business.
If your opinion about network marketing is negative, then probably everything you hear and read here (or anywhere else) will not change that opinion.
But the truth always lies somewhere in between. There are people who are very successful in this type of business and there are those unsuccessful. In almost every industry you can come across positive and negative experiences, it is only up to you. Only your own direct experience can show whether network marketing (like any other business) is exactly what works for you or not.
Imagine wanting to be a beautician or own a restaurant. If you ask around, you will come across people who can tell you how did they do on those jobs and whether they were successful or not.
What can we give you, are only a few facts and our own (positive) experience with one of the world's best MLM companies, and that is Herbalife.
Any company that operates through a network marketing (and if you did choose to join) that is your responsibility. An adult who voluntarily decide, and sign a contract with someone is bind to take responsibility for themselves and ther actions. Signing a contract and deciding to work for a company that has a network marketing approach is exactly the same as you would sign a contract with a bank or some other institution. If you are not informed enough about the risks and benefits which you are going to meet, you'll most likely be disappointed at some point. By all means, do not blame the people around you for things that happen to you. It's your life, you decided to do something without proper informations. Fortunately, no one can force you to do anything, especially not in network marketing. A network marketer can only propose something to you, it's up to you will you accept it or not.
Our experience has shown that network marketing is a better solution for a private entrepreneur, especially a beginner, than classical entrepreneurship. We do not claim that it is perfect, but that it is a different and better way to become an entrepreneur and involve less risk and investment than starting your own private company, and we have confirmed this through our own bad experience with classical entrepreneurship that has made us lose a lot of invested money because we were uninformed when starting a company which we then unfortunately (at great expense) had to close.
In MLM (multilevel marketing) or network marketing, individuals simply gain access to products that can then sell further - often verbally and through direct sales. By engaging in this type of business, you become a member of the DIRECT SALES ASSOCIATION (which regularly operates in your country).
Typically, distributors earn commissions, not only for their own sales, but also for sales by people who have themselves joined their distributor network.
Typically, distributors earn commissions, not only for their own sales, but also for sales made by the people they recruit.
Not all multilevel marketing plans are legitimate. If the money you make is based on your sales to the public, it probably is a legitimate multilevel marketing plan. If the money you make is based on the number of people you recruit and your sales to them, it’s probably not. It could be a pyramid scheme. Pyramid schemes are illegal, and the vast majority of participants sooner or later lose money.
If you’re considering buying into a multilevel marketing plan, get the details. Inform yourself and decide when you're ready not when someone pushes you to decide.
There are databases with over 700 Direct Selling companies from all over the world.
There are 1,400 Direct Selling companies in the USA, many open new markets every year and worldwide.
Direct Selling companies are deemed active with $200+ Billion in sales.
When considering joining a Network Marketing Company the first thing a person should do is to research on what products or services you like, what kind of risk you want to take, as there is always a chance a company can go out of business, especially with starters.
There is also a parameter you should consider, your motivation, if you need a lot of leadership, or if you are a self starter. Do you want to build local or global? The compensation plan can be start point.
Research objectively on how companies compensate their recruits.
vs. Legal MLM Companies
Most business portals don't really know the difference. Even most Network Marketing participants don't know. But here is presented an interesting concept.
Pyramid Scheme vs Network Marketing
Network Marketing is essentially a business model that will help you establish more meaniful relationships, huge tax advantages, travel, residual income, and time freedom.
The Biggest MLM Companies in The World
Who are the Biggest Multi Level Marketing Companies in the World Today? Although there are hundreds of MLM or multi level marketing companies that exist today, there are only a few that really make it into the big leagues. Are they worth joining and can I still make money is what many are asking.
BENEFITS AND RISKS OF NETWORK MARKETING
(ALL THAT YOU SHOUD KNOW BEFORE JOINING)
Research the Products
Many companies that market their products through distributors sell quality items at competitive prices. But some offer goods that are overpriced, have questionable merits, or are downright unsafe to use. Try to learn as much as you can about the products form your sponsor and also from other people that have had direct experience with the products.
Almost any product or service could be sold through multilevel marketing, including health, beauty, and fitness products that aren't available on store shelves. Apply a healthy dose of skepticism before buying or selling products advertised as having "miracle" ingredients or guaranteed results. Many of these "quick cures" are unproven, fraudulently marketed, and useless. In fact, they could be dangerous. You may want to check with a health professional, a dietitian or a personal trainer before using them — or selling them.
If you decide to buy into the program and promote the products, you must be sure your marketing materials are truthful and that there's solid evidence to back up the claims you make about the products. Before you repeat any claims the company has made, verify that there’s competent and reliable research to back them up. That’s the standard the FTC uses when evaluating advertising claims.
Learn More About the Company
Find — and study — the company’s track record. Do an internet search with the name of the company and words like review, scam or complaint. Look through several pages of search results and don't just search out the negative but also find out what positive reviews say. You also may want to look for articles about the company in newspapers, magazines, or online
Do not limit yourself to sources such as private forums, blogs, and portals that scandalous titles attract attention to and may be one-sided "For" or "Against", but research them on neutral and relevant websites such as business portals that deliver MLM news and track events on the MLM market. Relevant websites are also portals of economy and stock exchange.
Evaluate the Marketing Plan
Don’t pay or sign a contract during some “opportunity meeting.”
Take your time to think over your decision. Your investment requires real money, so don’t rush into it without doing some research first. Ask your sponsor for the terms and conditions of the plan, and ask for the informations in written form.
Find out as much data as possible, including:
Especially avoid any plan where the reward for recruiting new distributors is more than it is for selling products to the public. That’s a time-tested and traditional tip-off to a pyramid scheme. Keep in mind that when you recruit new distributors, you are responsible for the claims you make about how much money they can earn. Be honest, and be realistic. If your promises fall through, you could be held liable, even if you are simply repeating claims you read in a company brochure or heard from another distributor.
If you don’t understand something, ask for more information until it is absolutely clear to you.
Your sponsor and other distributors should be willing to answer your questions. Remember that your sponsor (and others above your sponsor's level) will make money if you join the program. So take your time, and resist if you start feeling any pressure to join.
Find out about refunds
Check for information about refunds and returns of any unused product, including limitations and penalties. It may seem like a cash back guarantee ensures you and lowers your risks if you can return products for a reimbursement, but policies vary on whether you’ll get a full refund — and how long it may take. Many plans require you to buy training or marketing materials, or pay for seminars if you want to get product discounts or create your own network of distributors. Find out how much time and money other distributors spent on training, marketing materials, and seminars when they joined the plan, and whether the plan requires you to participate in periodic training and what happens if you opt out of the training?
Ask a friend or adviser to read the materials with you
You may want to consult with an accountant, a lawyer, or someone else you trust who is not affiliated with the plan to review the terms of compensation, determine whether the plan can back up its claims about the amount of money you can make, and analyze the information you’ve been given.
Think about whether this kind of work suits your talents and goals
Ask yourself whether you would enjoy selling or promoting this products to the public
Ask to be presented with the mission and vision of the company. Imagine yourself in this business and ask yourself if you have the desire to spend time and money carring on the mission and vision of the company you represent? Find out how many hours a week your sponsor and other distributors spent on the business when they joined and how much time they spend now. Remember that no matter how good the product and how solid the plan, you’ll need to invest sweat equity and money for your investment to pay off.
Take into account other business requirements and how much time you can dedicate to - for example:
Ask your sponsor and other distributors tough questions, and dig for details. Don’t consider it nosy or intrusive: you are on a mission to check out a potential business deal that will require your money and your time and you must be able to figure out whether this is the kind of job that suits you and if it will be profitable. Their responses can help you detect false claims about the amount of money you may make and whether the business is a pyramid scheme. Here are some questions to ask before making any decisions:
It’s important to get a complete picture of how the business works: not just how much money distributors make, but also how much time and money they spend on the plan, how long it takes before they're earning money, and how big a downline is needed to make the money YOU want - if it is a requirement.
BUT... ISN'T HERBALIFE A PYRAMID SCHEME?
This question has recently been brought to the world’s attention by Mr Bill Ackman, who is truly trying to make an impact on this nutritional company, called Herbalife.
The fact is that Herbalife stocks are traded on the New York stock market and the value of the stocks fell dramatically after this revelation was made. Some people, do not want to lose money and therefore they panic. They have to adhere to the stock market guru’s advice. Other people, investing in the stock market, KNOW how much money can be MADE when others panick and make a run for it…
There are always two sides of a coin and the coin never stops spinning…
So what exactly is a pyramid scheme? - READ MORE ABOUT IT -
And what would a Herbalife pyramid scheme look like?
Shortly put, a pyramid scheme is a "non-sustainable business model that involves promising participants payment or services, primarily for enrolling other people into the scheme, rather than supplying any real investment or sale of products or services to the public."
In other words the real profit is earned, not by the sale of the product, but by the sale of new distributorships.
Now let’s put Herbalife through the pyramid grinder and break this company down into simple, digestible chunks:
So, is it just to brand it as a Herbalife Pyramid Scheme?
WE USE AND SUPPORT HERBALIFE, BECAUSE IT FITS OUR OWN LIFESTYLE
There are other nutritional and weight management companies, who are doing so much good to help people. Their customers and clients like what they do, because it suits them and they are satisfied with the products and services they get. But, just because we have decided to go down the Herbalife road, does not give us the right to:
✔ manipulate other people into using our products
✔ target and criticise another company, simply because I can
✔ question a company’s credibility, because I don’t know any better
✔ abuse my position to influence people to get financial gain
Unfortunately the world will always have people, like Mr Bill Ackman, who fuel their own success by creating negativity. It’s not our job to change them. The best thing you can do, is to believe in your products and service, no matter what your industry, especially if you are doing good. We believe in the Herbalife products and many others do, because many of us have experienced their worth.
If you want to connect with us, and see the results people get on this "so-called" Herbalife Pyramid Scheme products, then CLICK HERE.
After all, it is only YOU who can decide what is best for YOU.
So do you still believe the Herbalife pyramid scheme hype?
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