The Business For Home Team like to keep our publications and poll neutral – positive, however at times we are wondering why people “fail” in the Network Marketing Profession. Our question to Network marketing professionals in this Poll might give an educated answer “why people fail”.
If you like a product or service you can sign up as a customer. If you like to participate in the business, then you are able to sign up as a distributor.
A network marketing distributor has in general 2 income streams:
- Profit from a personal product or service sale through their website.
- Commission over their team, if any 🙂
Profit from a product or service sale, most people understand, the commission part is more complex, and requires a different approach from distributors.
In our opinion to “Fail” in Network Marketing as a distributor is hardly possible, as most companies have a buy back policy for products and the start packages are in general in the $100 – $500 range. Return your (un-opened) products to the company, get your money back, and you are all set.
“Fail” in Network Marketing refers often to someone who is not able to set up a team, a downline, and therefore does not enjoy the benefits of commissions and a residual income.
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The Top 12:
After 233 votes:
Total voters: 233
Could not handle the inevitable rejection
(21.9%, 51 votes)
Did not follow the system
(18.9%, 44 votes)
Wrong mindset and does not want to change
(13.7%, 32 votes)
Did not take any action
(12.9%, 30 votes)
Expect others to build their business
(10.3%, 24 votes)
Try to learn everything before taking action
(6.4%, 15 votes)
Not coachable, knows it all
(3.9%, 9 votes)
No mentor to help, or no upline support
(3.4%, 8 votes)
Is annoying prospects
(3.4%, 8 votes)
Is not willing to develop the skills
(2.6%, 6 votes)
No inventory at hand
(1.7%, 4 votes)
Product or service did not met expectations
(0.9%, 2 votes)