In Part 1 of our series on Salesperson Types for Network Marketing we discovered that there are seven salesperson types that take part in the complex sales process happening between large companies. As the size of the business gets smaller, the sales process gets less and less complicated, which is a wonderful thing when it comes to the business of Network Marketing. This is because, by the very definition of Network Marketing, when we are actively involved in this business we are simply referring people on a one-on-one basis to take a look at our product or service. What can be more simple than that? Working one-on-one with our local and extended network of contacts.
So why is it that 94% of all Network Marketers fail to build a business of more than a few hundred dollars a month? If the sales process is as simple as it sounds, why can’t everyone who tries to build a business in this industry become financially independent, as the opportunity originally presents itself? There is no one answer to this question, however, the bottom line is our own effectiveness as a salesperson.
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