A Secure Life Network Marketing Products Evaluation.
A Network Marketing Wake Up Call On Products
If you have been in network marketing for any length of time, you have encountered a lot of myths, like:
Only people at the top make any money; no one makes money; it’s not a real business; the products are bogus; and/or you have to jeopardize your relationship with friends and family.
Regardless of the facts like, over $180 billion in retail sales a year, 100 million network marketers around the world, $200 million paid out in commissions every day – there are still misplaced and negative perceptions on Network Marketing.
In this 16 minute video, Eric sends out a wake up call to network marketing professionals on what we can do better to dispel the myths. Eric gives examples on how common mis-perceptions of network marketing get created, and what you can you do within your organization to make responsible claims about your secure life network marketing products and service, and provide an important educational need in the marketplace.
“I think the Network Marketing Profession needs to look at itself and it needs to get better about the way it represents the products and opportunity to the world.” -Eric Worre
There is no such thing as an easy path, but Network Marketing is a better way.
Watch Now to learn what you can do to dispel the network marketing myths.
Multi-level marketing commonly known as MLM refers to a business model where sales personnel are involved in network marketing, direct selling or referral marketing.
In MLM, the products or services of the company are marketed by the sales promoters to other people in relation known as referrals by means of ”Word of Mouth” marketing. Majority of multilevel marketing companies require sales promoters to produce a down-line of promoters that looks like pyramid.
Here the sales promoters are rewarded not only for the sales generated by them but also for the sales generated by promoters in their hierarchy. Thus, payment structure of MLM benefits each individual in the hierarchy receiving commission in the appropriate proportion where folks seating on the top of the pyramid get intense earning opportunities.