The odds in MLM are dismal overall which makes me all the more impressed when someone does well. 95 out of a hundred people in direct sales fail in their home-based business and 90% of all new distributors never make a list of people to contact about their business. So your odds aren’t great. Probably because everyone is self-taught or trying to figure it out on their own with limited sales ability or experience.
If you’re a blogger, I recommend signing up under another blogger because they help you sell and market online rather than having in person parties or bugging your friends. If you want to join our team, contact me through my contact form or ping me on Facebook. There is no monthly minimum order required so you’re not paying while you’re learning, so this is the only MLM that interests me at all. Plus I’ve been a happy customer for many years.
The internet has made it easier than ever for people involved in multilevel marketing (MLM) to find leads or people who might be interested in your product, service, or business. Instead of just reaching out to people you know or approaching strangers, you can create a website, build an email list, leverage social media, and develop referral programs to generate solid leads that can eventually translate to sales.