What’s The Best Mlm Company ?

mrpadamsonmrpadamson Posts: 1subscriber
edited January 2007 in Selecting a Business
Hi all I need some help

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  • CoppermanCopperman Posts: 2subscriber
    mrpadamson,
    The best MLM company is you, the product(s) and the company.
    YOU:
    Are you prepared to work hard (but fun and simple) and are you ready for the depression that comes with the nos, and the abhorence that will come from your closest friends and family?
    Have you got staying power? Prepare for 2-3 years of consistent efforts to build an organisation that can deliver financial/time freedom
    What do you like to do?
    What are you passionate about?
    Is/Are these product/services you are passionate about provided by an MLM company?
    THE PRODUCTS/SERVICE:
    Would many people find a use for it?
    Would they repeat the buying regularly and frequently?
    Can it be delivered online?
    If you can find cutting edge products and get in before the company has 10-15,000 affiliates, they you are in the pioneering stage and a good place to be.
    THE COMPANY:
    Is the management of the company strong, meaning good track record in same of similar business?
    Has the company set up a good training system for its members?
    Is their compensation plan rewarding effort appropriately?
    These are some of the key ingredents in finding "The Best MLM" company.
    There are a few good MLM companies out there amongst the millions of pyramids and scams.
    Choose your bed-fellows carefully and wisely.
    Personally, I can answer yes to all the questions above. I did my research, visited and interviewed the company I am with now.
  • efields24efields24 Posts: 0subscriber

    mrpadamson,
    The best MLM company is you, the product(s) and the company.
    YOU:
    Are you prepared to work hard (but fun and simple) and are you ready for the depression that comes with the nos, and the abhorence that will come from your closest friends and family?
    Have you got staying power? Prepare for 2-3 years of consistent efforts to build an organisation that can deliver financial/time freedom
    What do you like to do?
    What are you passionate about?
    Is/Are these product/services you are passionate about provided by an MLM company?
    THE PRODUCTS/SERVICE:
    Would many people find a use for it?
    Would they repeat the buying regularly and frequently?
    Can it be delivered online?
    If you can find cutting edge products and get in before the company has 10-15,000 affiliates, they you are in the pioneering stage and a good place to be.
    THE COMPANY:
    Is the management of the company strong, meaning good track record in same of similar business?
    Has the company set up a good training system for its members?
    Is their compensation plan rewarding effort appropriately?
    These are some of the key ingredents in finding "The Best MLM" company.
    There are a few good MLM companies out there amongst the millions of pyramids and scams.
    Choose your bed-fellows carefully and wisely.
    Personally, I can answer yes to all the questions above. I did my research, visited and interviewed the company I am with now.

     
    Yes very well said. So much depends on the individual marketer and not on the product or company.
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