MLM Tools To Generate Repeat BusinessWritten by Daegan Smith
The MLM tools to grow your MLM home business can be simple and affordable. The best way to generate repeat and follow-up business is to be friendly and offer good customer service first time. It doesnít take a lot of expense to make a business prosper, but poor customer service can kill a business without spending any money at all. Often best marketing is marketing that is spread by word-of-mouth. Getting customers to talk about you and your services to others just takes a little extra effort on your part. Here are some MLM tools to help your develop a loyal clientele.
One no-cost MLM tool to generate repeat business is courtesy. Thatís right, just simple kindness. Talk with your customers while you are selling. Listen to their problems. If they are under weather; send them a get-well card. If they are about to celebrate a birthday, drop another card. Send a thank-you note for their purchase. All these show you care more for person rather than sale. Most of time your competition doesnít.
Beware of MLM Scams!Written by Daegan Smith
Most MLM programs are legitimate businesses, however consumers must be aware of MLM scams. A true MLM program will sell products to general public without requiring them to pay anything extra or any hidden costs. They will not force consumers to join MLM system to be a distributor themselves. These types of systems pay commissions to distributors based on actual product sales, not for recruiting. However, there is a danger that any program that concentrates more on new members rather than product sales could be a MLM scam.
An example of a MLM scams is an illegal pyramid scheme. This is where a company promises huge profits from investments into their program. The money is actually made from drawing new people into scheme rather than actual retail sales of real products. Many pyramid schemes pretend to sell actual products, they actually donít. A signal that a program is such a MLM scam is when you never see actual products. Products consistently on backorder or orders that never arrive are also signs of a scam.
Another MLM scam is called a Ponzi scheme. This is very similar to a pyramid scheme, however main difference is in a Ponzi scheme there is not an actual product to begin with. Also, no commission is paid to recruit new members. The operators make their money off sting by promising huge, quick returns from an investment. The money collected from new members is used to pay off other members that have been in program longer. They are given a small return compared to huge promises. The largest part of money goes into promoterís pocket.