Why Is My Company Not Listed On Best-MLM-Opportunities.com?
Here are some possible reasons:
Tupperware and Avon
are examples of two companies compete against their own distributors. In
other words, they each sell their products through other channels, e.g., retails
outlets, online, corporate sales.
It's hard enough sometimes to compete against
other companies with quality products, let alone compete against your own
Any Company Under 5 Years Old
-- The failure rates of even very good companies is so high in the first
five years that it is too much risk for the average network-marketer to take.
There are promising companies, which are probably worth the investment for
someone with network marketing experience and extra funds he or she can
afford to lose.
I Haven't Heard of It --
Therefore, if you are a distributor for an established network marketing
company, use the form on my
Contact page to
tell me why I should include it. I might very well agree with you and you can be
the first distributor listed on the Distributor Directory for your company.
Wild, Unsupported, Pseudo Scientific
Claims -- In the health and wellness area in particular this is a
major problem. While I might not agree with the efficacy of all the nutritional
products sold by the health and wellness companies listed on
Best-MLM-Opportunities, they by and large sell quality products without
extravagant claims. Disagree?
Tell me why.
Use Questionable Sales and Promotion
Approaches -- The best example of this is Amway/Quixtar. Now I know
there are lots of Amway fans out there and I don't think the company is "evil."
However, it's hard to avoid the fact that they hurt our industry with their
high-pressure tactics and training-materials-as-profit-centers strategy.
"Amwayed" has become a verb for a reason.
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