Why People Dislike Network Marketing


Why do people have a problem with Network Marketing?

I’ve noticed much recently that a lot of career people have issues with network marketing businesses.

Some are very well paid and are still seeking other opportunities for more streams of income.

But once I suggest network/multi-level/affiliate marketing, they balk and become non-receptive.

They have an issue with the general concept of direct selling which is the basis of multi-level marketing and the perception of the public to such businesses.

But this is the real problem that I see: people are reluctant to spend the effort to research due to what they have heard or seen about network marketing AND/OR they hate selling.

Several network marketing businesses have gone burst. Some were new. Some were old.

Some have succeeded over the years and remained true to paying their distributors and providing massive value to their customers.

Some good ones have been in existent for years while others are new and still ticking the check boxes effectively.

I have a few questions for anyone with a reluctance for network marketing:

How much did you research the company you’re working with?

If your company is not selling anything, how will your company make money?

If your company suddenly decides to tie your salary to the amount of sales you make, what will be your reaction?


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