When Network Marketing Might Not Be the Thing For You

June 15, 2010

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If you’ve been reading my blog for any time then you may be starting to see a trend. You may be starting to see that I have a bit of a beef with the whole Network Marketing industry via the internet crowd.

Not so much the practice of doing so…one would be a fool not to utilize the greatest reach across the globe that the world has ever seen.

is-it-your-dream-to-work-from-home-girlNo, my beef is more toward the guys and gals giving the network marketing industry an even worse name online…with their sales pitches of how it doesn’t work, how the old Traditional ways of network marketing are dead, and how the 97% failure rate is because of these ways.

Now, I completely understand marketing…I’ve been doing it for decades…and I understand completely that you have to have an angle to market your products. But the fact is that I feel that these people are being a bit misleading when they tell people that they’re going to help them build huge downlines and see huge success in Network Marketing…when the majority of their money is being made by the affiliate sales that they’re making.

No less misleading is that they don’t tell you that you have to peddle their e-books and products to make money in MLM.

Yes, its good marketing, it’s a good idea, but it’s affecting the way that people are actually succeeding in MLM as a whole… as network marketing is supposed to be.

Therefore Network Marketing may not be right for YOU if what you want to do is market TO the network marketing crowd. If that’s the case then that’s just perfectly fine and I wish you all the best. But, let’s call you what you are…an affiliate marketer.

Network Marketing is not for you if you’re not willing to go out and talk to people about your business. Being a professional network marketer is the same as being a professional anything. If you’re a realtor, you’re not going to do everything you can to avoid talking to people about houses or properties are you?

Of course not! That’s like committing career suicide before you even get started.

If you don’t want to talk to people about your network marketing opportunity or your products…more so…if you’re not willing to become a voice of your opportunity and products, then there’s no need to even get started in the industry. You’ll be wasting your time profoundly.

If you’re not willing to listen and do what the successful people before you have done then again, it’s probably not the industry for you. You’ll probably never become a network marketing professional.

If you don’t want to learn the time tested and proven skills that have built a billion dollar industry, then you’re not a network marketer.

And last, but not even close to least…if you’re not willing to invest both serious time and money into your business, then just save your money and don’t even start it. It’ll be nothing more than a waste for you.

My job with this article was to save you a lot of heartbreak, wasted time, and wasted money…and to give it to you straight.

Remember….Choosing success over failure is YOUR decision!

David Feinstein

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