Exercising Caution With A Pre Launch MLM!


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Exercising Caution With A Pre Launch MLM!

  1. 1. Roll up! Roll up! Do not miss this brand new MLM opportunity! Do not get left at the back!
  2. 2. Are you are risk taker, or do you prefer having acomfortable zone? Be aware that most MLM corporations will fail during the first 2 years. So the question worthasking is are you wanting to risk joining an unproven MLM company during its pre launch, or would you prefer the security of joining an entrenched and proved operation?
  3. 3. Having a pre launch phase for an MLM company can beparticularly beneficial. So why do they do it? They do it as a promoting ploy - to create interest and also to draw innew distributors without or with their own teams into thebusiness without needing to pay a buy-in fee. The more of a stir that may be created, and the more distributors drawn to the opportunity, the more free advertising the company will get.
  4. 4. The business 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 will not be making any money and its target is to get over this unprofitable time as quickly as possible the moredistributors it pulls, finally the more product it can get out into the marketplace swiftly.
  5. 5. When any companies starts out itll take them numerousmonths to reach a breakeven point and to start showing a profit, so clearly signing up as many teams of newdistributors as feasible the shorter that unprofitable phasewill be. Those distributors and their groups that do join upnot only benefit because they did not have to pay a buy-incharge but also know the company is trying to do anything to market the product and get it to the market as quickly as possible.
  6. 6. A pre launch multilevel marketing company will bekeeping its operating costs down in the initial phase as it is unable to yet get its product out into the marketplace to earn a profit.
  7. 7. It all seems too good to be true . In a few cases it may be.
  8. 8. The plain fact is, that nine out of ten MLM firms fail during their first couple of years of business, so before you jump in, bear that in mind. During those first 2 or 3 years, justlike if you had joined an established business, you may put a good deal of effort into building 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 successful, have gone on to become very wealthy.
  9. 9. Dont be in such a hurry that you fail to take a good lookat the product, the training the company offers and , the sort of compensation schedule they are offering. Management of a new MLM business is very important and you have to discern whether the management teamare experienced in the MLM business model. The product again is another vital factor, is it high quality, is it something you can purchase anywhere, and will you be proud to push it? Is it something that will be obsolete in just a few months?
  10. 10. Experience social marketers are able to judge certain facets of a new MLM business fast and they look at a number of things before they join, newcomers to theinternet marketing business may not know the easiest wayto judge a brand new business as effectively . Your sponsor should be someone that you can trust and pose questions of, and you must always ask questions.
  11. 11. The plus side is if you join a social marketing companyduring pre launch youve an great opportunity to find success, but on the other hand it can be risky.
  12. 12. As with any business there is risk involved and it doesnt matter if you join an established business or crash a prelaunch. The fact of the case is if you do not have the right attitude you will not succeed in either situation. Established or pre launch it truly isnt important. Whatdoes matter is how you manage your business. Have you got the ability to build a successful business?
  13. 13. That is it in brief. Its down to you to judge if you can take the danger of joining a brand new MLM company during pre launch or whether you would prefer the to be in a more stable and established situation. Most folks will choose the second choice, so the percentages will be in their favor right from the beginning.
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