Once you have made a firm decision to get into network marketing you can start to look into which company would be best for you. You want to make sure it is a product or service that you believe in or at least believe could nicely supplement or replace your income. You want to make sure you are fully educated about the company you are deciding to go into business with before committing.
This article goes into further detail of key questions to ask when thinking about MLM but below are the most important ones to ask yourself first:
· What are the true start up costs going to be?
· How are you paid?
· What type of training is provided?
· Can you work your business part time?
· What type of monthly quotas or commitments are required?
· How does the compensation plan work and what is required of me to access all pay levels?
· Are the policies and procedures available to read?
· Will you be able to make a difference in the lives of those you sponsor as well as your own?
· How do the products compare to comparable products in the marketplace?
Once you have tackled these you can move on to the next round of questions that will focus more on customers, targets and actual pay structures.
I truly believe that the most important question to ask yourself when getting into network marketing is, would you buy it?
Can you honestly share with us if you would buy your own products or services, and why?
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