Great Network marketing opportunities don’t come around all that often.
One of the main reasons I say this is because most of the time you are trying to get someone to
purchase something at high prices than what they can get elsewhere. I mean, you can buy vitamins and
supplements almost anywhere, and much cheaper prices usually.
Proponents will argue that you will not get the same quality, and in some cases, they would be right.
What I have found however, is that most vitamins and supplements are no better than what you can
find at your local vitamin shoppe or GNC.
The biggest pro is that you are buying from an individual, who gets the benefit of the markup, rather
than a national chain. So if you can buy the product you want from an individual, I always advise that route, simply because you help them achieve their dreams.
My point is this, if you are going to sell something by direct sales, wouldn’t you prefer to be
competitive to the national retailers? The obvious answer is yes.
Now the second thing that makes a great network marketing opportunity is: Does the potential client
already use what is being sold? Again, the answer should be a resounding yes.
This takes the hassle out of trying to “sell” something. You are not actually selling anything. Your client
is already buying, you just have to show why buying from you is more beneficial.
Next comes leadership. Great network marketing companies have great leadership. They have people
in place who have succeeded and are interested in passing on the information.
They have regular conventions and promote learning. That way, a newbie can come in and be
Is there an easy to learn system in place? If there is a simple system, chances are higher that you too
can be successful.
How do you get paid? If you get paid immediately upon signing new consultants or recruits, beware!
This may be nothing more than a glorified Ponzi scheme. The best companies pay based on customer
gathering, not consultants.
Whats the difference? A customer just purchases the product, a consultant will do both typically,
purchase and sell.
In addition, how much it costs to get started and how much are the ongoing charges if any? Many
companies charge a monthly fee for use of materials.
If this is very much, it can be cost prohibitive. Anything less than $50 should do.
Startup fees need to be kept to a minimum. Anything below $250 is reasonable. Also note if its a one
time or annually recurring fee. It goes without saying the best opportunities do not have a annually
Finally, what is the market size. What is the market share and what is reasonable to expect. This can
give you insight to upside potential.
These are the main points that make a great network marketing opportunity. I hope this helps you on