What Kinds of Network Marketing Companies Exist?

There are many network marketing companies that have existed, past and present.  There are some that existed in the past that no longer exist.

So, that is a point to consider if you are thinking about network marketing.

Find a solid company.

A lot of network marketing companies revolve around health products.  Because network marketing, to be successful, depends on repeat sales, these products are generally very good.  They have to be high quality for repeat sales.

 

On the topic of health, here is a link that is important.  It is NOT network marketing related, but as a public service, I feel it is important to post it.  Hopefully, you will check it out, so you will learn important health information.

A network marketing company must have products that you like, that you use, and that you would use anyway whether you are in the business aspect of the company or not. I use products from these three companies.  All of these are network marketing companies.

Colostrum-based products

Green product

Gut health products

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Network Marketing and Entrepreneurship

An entrepreneur is someone who operates a business.  Network marketing is a form of entrepreneurship.  However, it does not have the great costs associated with a brick-and-mortar business.

When there is a business, any business, that requires a building, rent for a building, office equipment, employees, merchandise of any kind and other related expenses, those expenses can be very great.  If the profit from the business does not offset the expenses, as well as bring in enough extra profit for the business owner to survive, he goes out of business.

This is where network marketing has an advantage.  The main expenses are usually (depending on the particular company), a yearly or monthly expense for related internet expenses for a login back office, a monthly autoship purchase of product (which is why you want to pick a company whose product you love, use, and believe in), any extraneous advertising expenses (you can advertise with word-of-mouth only, which is free), and maybe some company-sponsored “bling” you might purchase to wear, such as a t-shirt, as a form of advertising.

In any case, the expenses are far, far less than a brick-and-mortar business.

Plus, you are basically working from home (or wherever you are staying) so you don’t have to drive into work every day.

The downside is that it takes a while to build a team.  You get commissions off of your own sales and that of the team.

However, if the product is something you want and use anyway, that really should not matter, because you are in the company because you want the product first and foremost.  Income becomes a secondary consideration.  However, it is great if you can share the business, sign up some representatives, and get an override commission.  It helps pay for your own product as you earn, and may eventually give you income over that.

I personally use products from three different companies.

Company 1

Company 2

Company 3
(This third one is not a company site, but links to the company site.  There is a contact form there if you want to get in touch.)

Check them out and just get the products if you are interested.

A network marketing company must have products that you like, that you use, and that you would use anyway whether you are in the business aspect of the company or not. I use products from these three companies.  All of these are network marketing companies.

Colostrum-based products

Green product

Gut health products

3leadsaday

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