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Are you are risk taker, or do you prefer having a zone of comfort?
Be aware that most MLM corporations will fail during the first 2 years.
So the question worth asking is do you need to risk joining an unproven MLM company during its pre-launch, or would you prefer the safety of joining a long-standing and proved operation?
Lots of MLM corporations start out with a “pre launch” phase. Why do they do it?
Basically to create a buzz, and a lot of these companies allow new distributors to join without a buy-in.
Some will bring their own teams along also , so this is a method of getting free advertising and to whip up a large amount of excitement.
The enterprize model of an MLM company is designed so that the more distributors it has the more sales it will make. In this pre-launch phase the company won’t be making any money and its aim is to get over this unprofitable time as quickly as possible the more distributors it draws, eventually the more product it can get out into the market swiftly.
When any corporations starts out it’ll take them a number of months to reach a breakeven point and to start showing a profit, so glaringly enrolling as many groups of new distributors as possible the shorter that unprofitable phase will be.
Those distributors and their teams that do join up not only benefit because they didn’t have to pay a buy-in fee but also know that the company is striving to do anything to market the product and get it to the marketplace as fast as attainable.
A multilevel promoting company in pre-launch can save a large amount of money as there is no product or distribution at that point, all the teams are being formed and going through training.
Wow that sounds great or is it? Don’t rush into this too swiftly.
The plain fact is, that 9 out of ten MLM corporations fail during their first 2 years of business, so before you jump in, bear that in mind. During those first 2 or 3 years, just like if you had joined a longtime business, you will put a great deal of effort into expanding your business and your team, and all of that time you have invested will be wasted.
Conversely people who have been fortunate to join a company during its pre-launch which has become sucessful, have gone on to become extremely well off.
The success of an MLM company can regularly be traced to the quality of its products, how fairly its compensation plan is structured, and also the quality of its training. Management also plays a crucial role, and an MLM company has a better chance if it’s management staff have prior experience within multilevel promoting. Of course the product is also vitally important it’s got to be evergreen, of good quality and cost-effective not something that may be bought at the neighborhood shop for less. Evergreen means folks will always need the product.
An experienced marketing expert will be well placed to judge the company on several factors to decide whether he will join, but a newcomer to MLM may not have enough experience to be in a position to tell if this company will work.
You will have to trust your sponsor to do that for you, so always ask questions.
If the company takes off, you can reap great rewards by being one of the first thru the door, either by already having your own team, or by building a great down-line properly.
But that’s where the rubber meets the road with any internet promotion business – regardless when you join.
As it actually doesn’t make any difference if the company is new, in pre-launch, or has been settled for ages.
None of that actually matters. What matters is what will YOU do with the company? How can you build your new business?
Your success is at last in your own hands. Are you a risk taker, or would you be more comfy with an established business? Either way, this is your business, and it’s only you that will make it succeed so it’s up to you to choose in which situation you will be most comfortable