There are some interesting objections to network marketing. The video below provides some responses that addresses those issues head on.
Did You Know?
According to the Direct Selling Association, “U.S. direct sales totaled about $32.67 billion in 2013, with 72 percent of the American public having purchased goods or services through direct selling.”
The Main Problem That We All Face
Have you ever been approached about the topic of networking marketing in a way that made you feel uncomfortable? Are you opposed to networking marketing altogether?
The objections below are some of the most common ones I’ve experienced and what I’ve learned along the way in my own journey.
Top 6 Objections To Network Marketing
1.) “This is one of the pyramid scams!” – Pyramid schemes are illegal and network marketing today is focused on the exchange of actual products and services that add value.
2.) “Is this some MLM or multi-level marketing thing?” – Yes, but corporations and family trees resemble a similar structure and have an exchange of information or money in some way, shape, or form.
3.) “This is just some get rich quick scheme, right?” – No, most people just use the product and that’s perfectly fine. A small minority of people do it for income purposes which is also okay and it usually takes about 1-3 years to see the results you’re looking for.
4.) “Well, I’m not buying products that are way too overpriced just so I can pay for all those levels.” – So does this mean I’m going to stop buying iphones, stop paying my cell phone bill, and stop shopping at Costco because they have a more premium product that pays other people’s salaries and wages? Uh, no.
5.) “Whatever, most distributors lose money anyway.” – I never had a problem with shopping at Costco and buying organic and non-GMO figs and not “making any money” with them. This is also true with most people in network marketing. They are perfectly fine with the product or service because it adds value.
6.) “There’s way too much hype from biased people.” – Google “law of diffusion of innovation” and see how products go from a “crazy idea” to generally accepted by the public (with the exception of a few “laggards”).
Whether you are for or against network marketing, one thing is for certain; it’s here to stay. Network marketing provides a great way for people to use products they believe in or earn an income and work from home.
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