Tuesday, May 10, 2005

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In network marketing, the work you put in today will provide a residual income for you and your family for years to come.The distribution process, used in traditional marketing, moves a product from the manufacturer to the warehouser to the wholesaler to the retailer to the end customer. On the other hand, network marketing companies use a network of independent marketers to move the product directly from the manufacturer to the end customer.As one of these independent marketers, you earn a percentage of the profit on all sales you make. Of course, it’s quite possible for you to earn a good income by selling the product directly to the customer, but the real punch in network marketing lies in the power it gives you to build a downline. You have the freedom to build a downline of other independent marketers below you. As a result, you stand to gain by earning a percentage of their combined sales.Give it some thought. As a traditional marketer, you may be quite happy with the handful of existing customers you already have. But imagine the potential of having a downline of, say, a hundred people who also make some sales and you’re earning a percentage of all those sales!! By having a downline working under you, you can effectively multiply the time you put into your work. Imagine having a downline of 1,000 people each putting in only an hour a day five days a week. In one month 20,000 hours of work would be done. It would take one person alone 10 years to produce the same amount of work.So it IS possible, you know, to make huge amounts of monthly incomes from network marketing. It isn’t all hype. All you need is some hard work and basic intelligence, as in any other job. So why not try and make this work? After all, you won’t have to do the 9 to 5 grind five days a week. You’ll have more time for your family and yourself. Don’t you find that wonderful?*You have permission to reprint what you just read. Use it in your ezine, at your website or in your newsletter. The only requirement is including the following footer with it... About the AuthorLana Hampton build

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