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Is Network Marketing Really Something I Should Avoid?

Published on 4/16/2019
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I've heard from some people, that network marketing is a scam.

 

Not always a specific company, just the industry in general.

 

But is this true?

 

Is there some truth behind it?

 

Well, let me give a breif explanation on a few facts, that may bring to light why some may believe it is.

 

 

Most People Fail

 

The reason many say that network marketing is a scam, is because most people fail.

 

Of course, excpet the few at the top, they say.

 

This is true. Many will fail. But, we need to break down a few things first.....

 

Where do most people succeed? In what industry, do most people succeed? Since we hold network marketing to these standards, shouldn't everything else be held to those same standars?

 

Pro Sports?

Hollywood?

Music? 

Entertainment?

CEOs?

Mega Billionaires?

 

No industry is packed with people who all got to the top, and only a few fell off.

 

No, it's EVERY industry where most fail, and a few who work the hardest and put in the most effort, make it.

 

 

But What Does Fail Mean In Network Marketing?

 

Many of the people who say network marketing is a scam because most people fail, actually mean.....

 

Most people don't make millions of dollars like a few do.

 

So how many people in network marketing, are happy making only $500 a month? Even though they have "failed" at getting rich, doesn't mean they are unhappy or scammed.

 

What about those making only $100 a month extra? Did they fail?

 

And of course, if we take the ones who purchase product for consumption use only, why should they "fail" when they aren't even trying to make money with it?

 

 

Yea, But The Product Cost Too Much

 

Says who?

 

Compared to what?

 

I purchased calcium tablets from a network marketing company, and paid almost $25 for 90 of them.

 

I also later purchased from a local store, 120 tablets of calcium for just $9.

 

Most would say, the network marketing company overcharged me, and ripped me off.

 

Truth is, the $9 bottle was the rip off.

 

I paid $9 and got no results. I am sure after a few days of taking them, they had no calcium in them.

 

I went back to the $25 bottle, and again, got the results I needed.

 

So yea, when you buy "real" products, you pay more. Trying to go cheap, usually leads to you believing you're getting a good deal.

 

 

A Real Scam

 

So the bottom line is this....

 

Saying network marketing is a scam, is more then wrong, but way off the true path.

 

A scam is when someone takes money from you, and does not deliver on their promise. They simply take the money and run.

 

In network marketing, you get a real product for your money, and as far as I know, they delivered.

 

You are offered money if you get a person to also see the value you did. If you can't get a sale, it's not the company's fault.

 

But if you did get sales, and the company pays what they promised they would pay, then a scam is the wrong word to use.

 

 

What Most Network Marketing Critics Mean

 

What they mean to say, is they don't like it.

 

They mean to say "I was no good at it, and it's someone else's fault, not mine, I should've made a lot"

 

Most of the time, the critics of the industry are people who hold a grudge against the entire industry, because they were not successful, yet see many others making big checks.

 

Whenever someone tells you it's a scam, remember what a scam actually is. 

 

That's about all I have to say on this topic!

 

 

Thanks For Reading! It Was Fun!

 

 

P.S If you want to enjoy a network marketing experience, and let me build you a team of downline, take this free tour here and I will place people under you that can help you earn the money you are wanting to make!

 

 

 

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