Network Marketing Can Benefit New Business Owners

by Work2bfree - Date: 2007-10-15 - Word Count: 304 Share This!

Marketing for a multilevel marketing program may have a perception problem in part because of the people doing the marketing...the new business owner. In its infancy network marketing was getting bad rap due in part to the pyramid management chart resembling the illegal pyramid schemes, in which the sole purpose was to recruit distributors without any real tangible product being sold.

Although multilevel marketing is based on a typical sales commission structure, when it first hit the internet many companies focused on the prospect of making loads of money without actually doing any work. Those thinking about entering an online business have to realize that it is a business. Yes, these business owners make money from the sales of those under them in the flow chart. However, the best people to recruit into a plan are existing customers who see the value of the product and want to start a business of their own.

The hard sell usually does not go over very well in today's network marketing environment as many are put off by someone who seems desperate about signing new recruits into their new company. The best thing a person can do is simply sell the product and let the opportunity for others to join the multilevel marketing plan on their own, in their own time.

Not everyone is cut out to own and operate their own business and if a person is led to believe they will have little work to do except take checks to the bank, it will not be long before they lose interest and your down-line falls apart. Being honest during recruitment efforts may make it tough to fill all the spaces in a down-line, but the people recruited for those spots will have a real interest in the product and the company and will likely be around a while.

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