I Am A Network Marketer: Ojijo’s Network Marketing Guide
Posted on: Aug 19, 2012
I Am A Network Marketer
This Book is the leading reference book for anyone who wants to know more about network marketing from a neutral perspective and an industry player.
I need to be well learned in network marketing, with special reference to the three points listed in I Am A Network Marketer: Ojijo’s Network Marketing Guide; thus,
Step 1: Determine that I want to join a distribution/network marketing business, which requires me to prefer a product to my people (family, friends, clients, and colleagues). This is also the process where I write the amount of money that I want to gain form the network marketing business.
Step 2: Learn about network marketing, about the various companies in the market, and choose the one whose compensation structure will make me achieve my preferred monetary goals. In particular, I want to be sure to understand the business model of network marketing (which is a distribution business); to understand why companies, and individuals choose network marketing (for companies, it is reduced costs of distribution, while for individuals, it is the passive income); and finally, to understand the compensation methods, that is, how I finally get to be paid by network marketing companies. Some require me to recruit forever, while some require me to only bring the first two or so people, and the earning starts.
Step 3: This step is the action, since knowledge without action makes no difference on the part of the ‘literate’ person. I need to act. And I act in three steps. The first step is to clearly write down my financial goal, that is, how much money I want to acquire with this particular network marketing company. When my goal is SMART, it will also indicate what I need to do to earn the money. The second step is to identify the network marketing company I want to deal with, and join, by paying registration fees, and purchasing the product to qualify to refer other people. The third step is the three (3) Rs, which are to retail the product to someone so they are registered; the recruit the person to be my downline; and finally, to retain the person by mentoring and leadership lessons.