Choosing a Network Marketing Company - Your Partners
Hi, Alan noble here, where my noble purpose is to transform lives both physically and financially harnessing the power of Redox.
These few blogs have been dealing with how to evaluate a network marketing business opportunity, and the five key elements that are necessary – the five checkboxes if you will.
These are sometimes known as the 5 P’s or 5 Pillars of an opportunity. The Products, The People (Company), The Plan (Compensation), The Positioning (Timing) and finally what we want to discuss here, Your Partners. Who do you get to link arms with every single day, to help you achieve the success that you believe you deserve?
Choosing a sponsor
One of the great things about the Network Marketing business model, is that with very low barriers to entry, anybody can join the business. The bad thing about network marketing, is anybody can join the business. It’s a two-edged sword!
You may have little or no experience in network marketing and that’s okay. Everybody has to start somewhere. However, it would be easy for you to be sponsored by somebody else who has little, or no experience and their sponsor has little or no experience, and so on! It can quickly become the blind leading the blind, and the important skillsets and mindsets of network marketing are not taught nor learned.
So, it is really important, particularly if you are new to the Network Marketing business model, that you have access to an upline field leader, who has a track record of success and knows what they are doing. You should have various tools to help you succeed in the business, without having to re-invent the wheel.
These tools fall into 3 sections. Presentation Tools, to help you tell the story of your products and opportunity – Training Tools, to help you get started and learn the skillsets and mindsets for success – and Support Tools, that offer ongoing training and support on a weekly or even daily basis.
Developing your skills
Your upline leadership should be providing a safe and reliable place for you to stretch out your wings as an entrepreneur and help you stay in the game long enough to develop whatever skill set you need to develop. Maybe its belief in the product, or in the industry of Network Marketing itself. Maybe you need to develop some simple skillsets, like prospecting, or the mindsets of prospecting and learning not to get emotionally attached to outcome.
This upline support should also help you connect with other self-motivated, self-responsible, like-minded entrepreneurs, who are moving in the same direction as you are. Your tribe!
Without the right partners it is very challenging for the new distributor to thrive. Choose wisely.
So, this brings me to the end of this series of Blogs that I have called the 5 P’s of Choosing a Network Marketing Company. Of course, I am biased, but I don’t think you will find a better company than ASEA to check each one of these boxes.
Thanks for checking out my blog and I wish you all the success you believe you deserve
I want to wish you all the success you believe you deserve.
How do I choose a direct selling company?
Here are the key factors to consider:
- Carefully research the company.
- Find a product or service you’re passionate about.
- Examine the compensation plan: Is the plan easy to understand and explain?
- Determine the amount of help you’ll get with marketing.
- Find out what type of and how much training is offered.
How can I increase my MLM sales?
- Work on the realities of MLMs.
- Find a product you love.
- Be genuine and ethical.
- Don’t barrage your friends and family.
- Identify your target market.
- Share your product every day.
- Sponsor, don’t recruit.
- Set a goal.
What are the 7 tips for network marketing?
- Choose wisely
- Follow what they teach
- The higher-ups
- Take up the lead with your downline
- Identify Your Target Market
- Make an Effort to Share Your Product//Business Plan Every day
- Develop a System for Following Up
What is the secret of network marketing?
Be sure to keep in touch with their innermost desires and their needs. You need to understand what drives your audience in life and how they wish to improve their lifestyle. You need to look at your audience as not only spectators but as people who have different needs and interests.
What is a direct selling strategy?
Direct selling refers to selling products directly to the consumer in a non-retail environment i.e. the sales process occurs at home, work, or at another non-store location. In fact, many home-based businesses incorporate direct selling to connect with consumers.