Which Network Marketing Company?

Which Network Marketing Company? : Beware! Make Sure You Get It Right!

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This book neither names nor recommends any company or opportunity, but explains the fundamentals a networking company must have if it is to deliver on its promises. There is more to it than just a compensation plan! Therefore, the book also contains a unique, comprehensive checklist of what to look for when checking out a network marketing opportunity. The $182 billion direct selling industry involves tens of millions of people worldwide. Network Marketing is the fastest growing branch of the industry. But why do most network marketing businesses fail? Yet around the world, there are millions of network marketers with secure, long-term incomes and financial independence. Why? Is there a secret? "Which Network Marketing Company?" authors Sylvester and Miriam Hillyarde draw from nearly three decades of experience to write the first-ever book to analyze the fundamental criteria required of a successful network marketing company. Is it the system? The products? The compensation plan? Is there, by any chance, a "magic ingredient" setting successful businesses apart? "Which Network Marketing Company? "will give seasoned veterans new insights into their business and enable those just starting out to enter this challenging, inspirational and rewarding world with renewed confidence.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 4mm | 118g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514251167
  • 9781514251164

About Sylvester and Miriam Hillyarde

Sylvester and Miriam Hillyarde have been successful network marketers for almost three decades. It has been their sole source of income for over twenty-five years. Having seen countless network marketing businesses fail, they are convinced only a handful of companies can survive long-term in this field and deliver on their promises. That is why there is the need for a book with a new approach-because anything looks good on paper.show more