Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Insider Reviews

You are considering getting involved with a network marketing company and are doing your due diligence.  You think you have found the perfect opportunity.  The program looks good.

Then you start to notice a lot of "company" review results on the search sites. Should you be anxious? Is this company on the up-and-up or should you avoid it?      

Your research shows that you company has been around for several years.  They offer a range of top quality products, focusing on the beauty and fitness product market. Their distribution system is Web based, and products are sold using a net of distributors. Their up to the minute facilities have shipped over three million dollars-worth of product, and the company has international facilities in several countries.

Negative Reviews

Based totally on this proof alone, it becomes pretty obvious those posting a negative review must have a secret agenda for making such a claim.

In numerous cases, these sorts of articles are nothing less than an honest to goodness review deftly disguised with a worrying title designed to con you to take a closer look.

The author then quickly changes course and assures you the  opportunity has been proven to improve your financial position, but if you join the author's team you will be even that much nearer to success.      

You can see this business is a good company to join. Distributors have been paid millions in commissions over the period of the business. Naturally, it doesn't mean that everyone who joins attains success. As with any network marketing opportunity, what you get out of your business is the same as what you put in. So those few negative reviews that you do encounter online from failed distributors, you can pay no heed to.

In order to qualify your business to get commissions, like most network marketing opportunities, this company has a minimum purchase obligation. You've got to purchase a certain amount of product to receive your full share of commission. You'll earn commissions on all the products you sell, and also a bonus commission for sales that your team have made. The compensation plan is easy. You recruit four people, and they in turn recruit four others and so on.  You've definitely found your company!

 Business Means Work

But hold on one minute.  Yes, this is definitely a legitimate a successful company that offers evergreen products, with a straightforward compensation plan with worldwide distribution. The proviso is that although this company's opportunity may look right for you and your family, there are specific things you must understand.

It doesn't matter what the sponsor tells you about this opportunity, any network marketing business involves marketing not only product, but building a downline and presenting the chance to many people. If you do not go out and pitch the products, nobody makes any money. These products have to be marketed to the overall public. Unless you are successful, nobody will have an interest in joining your business until you are literally capable of marketing it efficiently.

So what are your plans for advertising, marketing and promotion? Once you have run out of friends, family and co-workers to market and introduce the product to, what are you intending to do afterwards? Do you know anything about marketing or sales? Have you any idea how you would effectively market the company-replicated site? Do you know anything about driving prequalified and possible clients to an online web site? These are all sides of any network marketing business that you must address, even before joining.  It may look like the best opportunity for starting your network marketing business, but without a marketing plan, you are setting yourself up for failure.


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