Recruitment under networking
October 5, 2009 11:23am CST
Why is it that it is always that we depend on someone who introduces us into network marketing?Isn't there another way of introducing people into this business?
5 Oct 09
Since it's a notwork marketing, you need someone else's to be your group, if you don't like it to be called your upline. If you want to get into this kind of business, you must accept it, as it's the way you will work it out as well. You will promote the business plan, company or the products to your relatives / contacts, and if they become a member, then they need you as the referral. There are some online internet marketing which you only need to sign up directly, but again, even if you came without any referral they will put you under existing members randomly.
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5 Oct 09
Business is about making contacts and build your network. What's the point of building them if you don't want to use them to introduce you into network marketing? There are other way to try but this is one of the easiest method after you have lots of connection.
10 Oct 09
Yes and no. The other way to introduce someone to the business is to sell them your product. If you can't make good money retailing your products, you are probably not in a very good network marketing company. On the other hand, if you were looking to join a company, but you didn't want to be someones "referral" which by the way, is how the pay plan is based, the more people you find to promote the business the bigger your paycheck...you could probably contact the company directly, though they would most likely just sign you up under the master distributor. If you have any other questions regarding network marketing, read the book I sent you, start the learning process, by step 3, you will have all you need to know, and all the tools to get you to where you want to be, whether it is 200/month or 11000/month or more. Cheers.