Six Hushed things on Network Marketing by the Media
1. Some companies are publicly traded on Wall Street
2. Residual income for life
3. Anyone can be successful
4. Low investment options
5. Best training & support for a private industry
6. 90% biased reporting on MLM companies
What Network Marketing Professionals been saying all these years
Honest network marketing professionals have been telling everyone for years to do their own research. Look into the individual companies, ask questions of the company members and dig deep into the history. Transparent companies are very easy to find information. The serious MLM companies that are on the market and being traded publicly are the ones to look into. Their financial records have to be made available to the public. Continuing onward into the conspiracy of traditional Media, they wanted people to fail and turn around and blame MLM for the problem. Most marketers turned this around over the last two decades by offering in depth training with the help of technology and on demand information. Is not technology a bit awesome, but it is not our saving grace.
It is not enough to accept what anyone has to say about network marketing, not even so called testimonies. Most of the time, these “testimonies” are made up and hired out to cheap writers to create. It is best to dig around and get more information from reliable sources. Government sources and other third parties are usually the best to use to find out more about an Mlm company. Checking with the BBB for latest reviews and comments. Avoid places like Angie’s List; these sites are not reliable at all. Keep in mind a clear set of questions that you want answered, and you will be fine.