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MLM – Introduction to Multi-Level Marketing

MLM – Introduction to Multi-Level Marketing

Article by Dave Jales
























If you have done a lot of research on online businesses, and if you have been actively searching for ways to get more money through online means, then you may have come across the concept of multi-level marketing, or MLM. In multi-level marketing, you establish a network of friends and clients who can buy things from you, or who can expand their own networks and have their own buyers too. In multi-level marketing, you can make money through two principal ways.

When people buy their goods and services from you, you get commissions on sales. There are many different things that you can sell, from toiletries such as shampoos, soaps, and body washes; to even website servers and web space online. Multi-level marketing can allow you to make a lot of friends, if only on the basis of having people buy from you. In this stage of multi-level marketing, you will need to put your salesperson’s hat on and start talking like a salesperson: you cannot be a hard selling salesperson, but neither can you be too lax in your selling.

If you are looking for people to whom you can sell your goods and services, then you may have to know the ins and outs of your target market. You will need to know the age group to which you are catering, and from there deduce where this age group hangs out online, what this age group wants, what this age group is most concerned with, and how much this age group is willing to pay for certain products and services. This way, you can better fashion your marketing statement and you can reach out to your target market faster, say by posting on message boards and linking to blogs.

Another way for you to make money from multi-level marketing is through referrals. In multi-level marketing, you can refer someone to the program, and each time that person makes money, you get your own commissions, too. This means that you do not only have to recruit a large number of people to serve as your “downlines” in multi-level marketing. You also have to recruit people who are as driven as you are, and are as willing to spend time, money, and effort in order to get their own downlines, sell their goods and services, and, in short, be as enthusiastic in the business as you are.

How can you best do this? To recruit people do not make a shot in the dark and do not spam peoples’ mailboxes with emails on how they should join your program. Talk to people one at a time, and build your downlines through quality, not quantity.

These are only a few aspects of multi-level marketing that you may want to take note of as you start working on your new online business. For more information, talk to people who have already gone through multi-level marketing, and who have made money through their MLM endeavors. You may also need to do some research on your own, say by consulting marketing and sales books, in order to better fashion your marketing statement. If you are able to sell well, and sell the idea of MLM well without appearing like you are pushing people into a business, then you can make money off this business model.

About the Author

Dave Jales is a dedicated Internet Network Marketer. Find Out What Your Upline Isn’t Telling You: Why You Don’t Need To Harass Anyone To Join Your Business… How To Have Prospects Lining Up For Your Opportunity Instead… And Why The Traditional Out-Dated Methods Are Literally Self-Sabotaging Your Success. Go here now: www.davejales.com












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