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  • September 27, 2013

    Make Sure Opportunity Knocks! By Bob Hipple

    In the MLM business, of course, you have to have a great product! That is very, very important. But really, the best product you have to offer is the business opportunity because, at the end of the day, that is what’s driving a direct sales business. What people really want and need from you, even more ... Read more ›

  • September 27, 2013

    Network Marketing Success: Putting Your Prospects First

    Jane and Mary are both in network marketing. They both possess equal talent, resources, and motivation. However, their approaches to recruiting and business-building are quite different. Jane is determined to enroll as many new business partners as possible into her organization each month. So far she... Read more ›

  • September 25, 2013

    Prospecting for Customers and Distributors

    I believe that anytime we’re working on a project—no matter what the project may be, we are representing that company/project. The first thing we have to do is become our own best customer. By that I mean that we have to really be committed to using our product or service. Once we’re able to be comm... Read more ›

  • June 4, 2013

    The Buzz about Buzz–Influencing Your Relational Network through Word of Mouth Marketing

    Talking to friends and family (or social networking) about a new product or opportunity is not new.  Researchers have looked at word of mouth advertising since the 1950s. Further, word of mouth marketing has been used in direct selling, at least, since the 1940s. Corporations have started (or restarted) ... Read more ›

  • December 29, 2011

    The Most Critical Yet Overlooked Prinicple in Product Sales-by John Boe

    One of the most critical, yet overlooked principles in the selling process, is the power of self-discovery through customer involvement. Regrettably, many salespeople use a "show and tell" presentation style and babble on hoping they might say something that will generate a sale. When you show or tell you... Read more ›

  • October 11, 2011

    Soliciting Your Team for Another Business is Unethical

    In other words, the direct seller in question was working two businesses, and was soliciting people in one business to join the other. The leader who had been approached was annoyed. She was very dedicated to her business. She also didn’t want to lose the effort and attention of her existing team by hav... Read more ›

  • September 16, 2011

    The Key to Being Truly Successful in Direct Sales and Network Marketing

    Why are some people so much more successful than others in direct sales? Level of effort certainly has something to do with it. But it’s more than that. The most successful people care deeply about their business and the impact it can have on people’s lives. They’re not just in it for themselves (ev... Read more ›