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#1 Matt Koshko

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Posted 19 July 2013 - 07:07 AM

You may be new to MLM/Network Marketing or maybe you haven't even jumped in, and either way it's okay! I've recently been getting serious in to an MLM company to help change lives and protect people from toxic chemicals used in every-day products. Getting in to this industry and market is not new to me. The difference now is having had the experience to know what is most important to me; not chasing money but focusing on value and quality. When it comes to building a business in MLM it's important to realize people typically join you for YOU, not because the opportunity sounds good; People join people. What are your experiences? Have you been in the industry before or have you held off?
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#2 Rudi Vanhaecke

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Posted 02 August 2013 - 12:34 AM

I was in the industry with some success. Now I'm in online marketing. I have a handicap and had to stop my MLM business.
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#3 Matt Koshko

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Posted 08 August 2013 - 06:59 AM

Rudi, there is quite a bit of opportunity and flexibility with MLM with many relationships to online marketing. I don't think there is any greater opportunity to spend the least amount of money and make the biggest name for yourself without lots of administration, technical and financial management.
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#4 John Priestley

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Posted 22 January 2014 - 03:03 AM

I have just discovered this site. I find the posting interesting. I will certainly be looking in here often.

 

Have a grand day, John.


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#5 Morten Kristensen

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Posted 01 February 2014 - 12:12 PM

I have like John, just discovered this, and will keep an eye on it!

 

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#6 johnmcclure

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Posted 04 February 2014 - 12:41 AM

I was a truck driver 41 years. I have been trying to make money 3 years on the internet. 


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Posted 05 February 2014 - 01:48 PM

I have owned a retail seafood business for over 38 blissful years...yeah right...and I'm promoting/marketing for a couple network marketing companies in the health & wellness industry. I'm not sure how I happened on here, but I like what I see. I'm not familiar with safelist, solo ads etc., but curious how these might be marketing tools to accomplish three cool things...

  1. create good leads and recruit some good folks -  leaders/teachers/students...
  2. help them identify their individual goals and use the system for duplication, a successful outcome...
  3. and...of cource create some income to free my time to duplicate this over and over and over.....

I'm just looking for ideas and strategies to build a team of like-minded individuals.

 

Any ideas or advice is welcome!!

 

PS. I will succeed


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Posted 05 February 2014 - 02:14 PM

I think there is a huge amoount of diversity in network marketing businesses. The business to choose should ideally be a good fit to your own interests and skills.

 

Some companies occupy evergreen niches which will always appeal to a certain segment of buyers. I'm thinking of companies like Life's Abundance in the pet food market for example. Dog and cat owners need to buy pet food anyway, so this company provides a way to get referrals and at a minimum aim to pay for your own pet's food. Breeders and other pet professionals like to add another income stream to their doggy daycare or pet grooming businesses.

 

Other companies are predicated on having a novel product combined with a compensation plan that is designed to reward team building and helps encourage new enrollees to upgrade - like Brain Abundance.

 

Each one has it's advantages and disadvantages. In all cases you need a way to network, connect then sift and sort people until you find those who fit the business and model you are promoting.


Edited by Matt Koshko, 05 February 2014 - 02:33 PM.
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#9 Robert David Smith

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Posted 05 February 2014 - 04:45 PM

Shiny objects... thousands of them!I have been settling down last few months to 3 or 4 different programs. I have been starting to create my own splash pages with opt in forms this last year but still need to have good value able follow up with subscribers


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#10 Pradeep Joshi

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Posted 13 July 2014 - 08:52 PM

MLM Marketing requires a good product and auto-system. That gives you boost .


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#11 William

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Posted 15 July 2014 - 12:19 AM

IMHO, Internet Marketing is more difficult than Network Marketing or MLM, the ONLY CONSOLATION is that you do not get objections right in the face unlike MLM which can be pretty demoralizing at times.

 

However, we cannot abstain from such a business model because it had proven to be successful so much so that even MNCs are emulating such a business practice.

 

Like it or not, it is ultimately your personal choice. As the cliche goes" One Man's Meat Is Another Man's Poison!"


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Posted 18 July 2014 - 05:52 AM

I'm into helping other people and offline business of all kinds. It's a great feeling helping people and people in small businesses. Have to pass on the savings to others needs and wants.
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Posted 07 September 2014 - 01:24 AM

I used to be in network marketing but now I blog and do online and affiliate marketing. I think it can be difficult to do network marketing because it takes time. It's definitely not a business to join if you need money right away. I think so many people make that mistake and end up failing. What I didn't like about network marketing was you have to be on autoship for a product. That can really add up especially if you are not bringing in people right away. Which, most people don't because it takes time to learn the business. Instead of making money many people end up in debt. 

 

I know even with doing online marketing and affiliate marketing it takes time to but the difference with them is you don't have to be on an autoship for a product and you can take your time and learn and even if you aren't making any money you are not racking up debt because you don't have to purchase a monthly autoship.

 

I like network marketing but I think that if you want to do it you have to have some money and don't go into it if you need money now. Affiliate marketing is best for me right now. 


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#14 magaro15

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Posted 04 July 2015 - 03:11 AM

You may be new to MLM/Network Marketing or maybe you haven't even jumped in, and either way it's okay! I've recently been getting serious in to an MLM company to help change lives and protect people from toxic chemicals used in every-day products. Getting in to this industry and market is not new to me. The difference now is having had the experience to know what is most important to me; not chasing money but focusing on value and quality. When it comes to building a business in MLM it's important to realize people typically join you for YOU, not because the opportunity sounds good; People join people. What are your experiences? Have you been in the industry before or have you held off?

Do you have any proof for this business? Though I got many losses from some investment sites, I am ready to involve in this business. But, some people said, ARM MLM is perfect in this business. You know who created MLM website by using this company? If it’s true, I will come there. 


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#15 robertdorsey

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Posted 11 September 2015 - 01:52 PM

My wife and I have been in the MLM industry for most of our lives. Although we have been in and out from one MLM company or another, we have never lost the excitement we got when we first saw "The Plan". -- You get 3, help them get 3, and they help them get 3... and so on -- What it means is 'residual income'... even residual income for life. My current MLM business I started in 1993, and still get residual income when any team member buys the product or signs up another dist.

 

And the best part...

 

I don't have to be physically present (like trading time for wages) to get paid.

 

Later

Robert


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#16 ckoch

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Posted 24 November 2015 - 10:03 PM

You must get yourself involved in a good prospecting system where seasoned leads are provided and you must 

be willing to chat or telephone people thats just the way it is.  YOu will not grow a mlm or any other type of business

for that matter just rotating a link or even getting it in the search engines that I guarantee you.


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Posted 26 November 2015 - 06:01 AM

I'm in network marketing but I'm more of an affiliate marketer. Most of my money has been made in the affiliate marketing arena. Network marketing has its place (for some people), but it's a good fit for some people and not for others. 


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Posted 08 February 2016 - 12:57 PM

You may be new to MLM/Network Marketing or maybe you haven't even jumped in, and either way it's okay! I've recently been getting serious in to an MLM company to help change lives and protect people from toxic chemicals used in every-day products. Getting in to this industry and market is not new to me. The difference now is having had the experience to know what is most important to me; not chasing money but focusing on value and quality. When it comes to building a business in MLM it's important to realize people typically join you for YOU, not because the opportunity sounds good; People join people. What are your experiences? Have you been in the industry before or have you held off?

 

Hi Matt,

 

I look for programs that I can leverage my time and efforts thru the help of others.

 

If I had a secret, it would be that the success that I have online is that I leverage my time and efforts thru others.

 

Is there a better way to leverage your time and efforts? I don't think so.


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#19 helpforothers

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Posted 27 September 2016 - 01:09 AM

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#20 balot77

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Posted 07 October 2016 - 07:50 PM

Thanks a lot for these very helpful and enlightening conversations. I learned a lot today.


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