Hey Folks here’s a question for you. Is multilevel marketing a nurturing, sharing business or a retail/sales business? Dah,dah.dah,dah, dah,dah,dahh-tada-daada daah dada – answer? Wrong, it’s neither. It is a concept or a distribution model. It is a system of distribution for products and or services.
Most people including those involved in MLM confuse the issue by hearing and saying multilevel or network marketing is a sharing, caring, nurturing business and that is true, it is. But the fact remains, it’s not.
What makes multilevel marketing a business is basically seven things:
- An Industry
- A Company Name
- A Compensation System or Plan
- Products or Services
- A leadership or Management Team
- Timing and lastly
Many folks get involved with network marketing under false pretenses and wind up getting out saying, “it did work for me, it doesn’t work, I tried it but I wasn’t making any money”. Only to find out they had the wrong approach, concept, facts.
Multilevel marketing is a distribution model and you need the other seven components to make it whole, to make it a real business.
In every situation where there is failure you can check back to where it began. In the above list of seven components you can find one or more reasons to blame. However, most never look at number seven because that would be looking in the mirror and seeing no flaw or fault. So it’s easy to blame network marketing.
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With the best regards,