When it comes to finding the best MLM (Multi Level Marketing) company to join, there are a number of factors which you should need to take full notice of before you make your final decision. First of all, what exactly is the product you’ll be selling? Is it an evergreen product, such as an internationally popular brand of cosmetic or medication? Or is it a “hot topic” at the moment, but one that will ultimately be a passing fad? It’s best to be conservative and choose the evergreen product if you want to stay in the MLM business without having to switch out your inventory or change your business direction every few years.
Oregano Gold is a company that was launched in 2010. The company deals with a product that is known and loved world wide: Coffee. Of course, Oregano Gold is a special brand of coffee. This brand incorporates an ingredient known as ganoderma, which they bill as a health giving herb that infuses their coffee with health giving powers. Regardless of whether the claim is true or false, it’s certainly true that this brand has gotten world wide recognition and mega powerful sales. The company’s MLM program offers up to 20% commission, with 7 different ways to earn money. This is definitely an MLM program to watch out for.
Empower Network is a company that is a bit more difficult to describe because they do not seem to follow the traditional MLM strategy. Rather than sell one particular product, Empower offers a whole host of products for its affiliates to try their hand at marketing. However, their main claim to fame is that they offer their affiliates a top notch Internet blog where they can write in great detail about the products they want to buy or sell. They can then share these items via the blog on to all manner of social media networks. The potential for sales is thus increased a thousand times over.
DS Domination might just be the world’s ultimate MLM strategy. The modus operandi is ridiculously simple. You just open an Ebay account, and list a host of items that you can find listed on a site like Amazon for a much cheaper price. The customer buys the item from you on Ebay, and you then take their money and buy the item on Amazon. After buying it, you have them ship the item to the customer’s address. Naturally, you pocket the difference.
The DS Domination scheme is a sure fire winner. Of course, it takes some skills and some common sense to become a serious money earner. However, the company offers a fully comprehensive, step by step, training program that enables you to master the details. This is one MLM program that you should definitely consider looking into.
Of course, there are many other MLM opportunities available on the Internet. Be sure to do the research before you agree to join any of them. It’s always better to be safe now than sorry later.
When it comes to working for an online based business, there are a number of steps that you can and should take before you decide to commit yourself to them. For example, you should definitely take the time to make sure that the business is completely legitimate, and not some shady “fly by night” operation. Here is a list of a few steps you can take in order to begin researching a home based business, and to ensure that you are working for a legitimate employer.
Do A Google Search For The Company’s Name.
Whatever the name of the company you propose to begin working for may be, type it into Google and see what comes up. Chances are, the Google search engine will return much more than the company’s own official website. For example, there should also be other, completely independent mentions of the company from all manner of other sites. Many times, people will post questions on sites such as Ask Yahoo to get reviews and opinions from other people. Check these and similar websites out before you commit to working for any online based company.
Check The COSE Website
The official COSE (Council of Small Enterprises) website has a host of information concerning smaller, Internet based, businesses. Make use of the information (if any) about the company that may be posted there. For example, you can research the company’s LLC, company ownership, and other related matters. If the company “checks out”, then they are most likely safe to work for. However, if websites such as COSE and the Better Business Bureau turn up no information concerning this company, you can certainly take this as a very bad sign.
Check The Company’s Invitation Or Acceptance Email
If you receive an email from a web based company, which either invites you to work for them or congratulates you on being accepted to work for them, research it. Copy and paste the email and paste it into Google or some other major search engine, and see what comes up. If nothing at all comes up, this is a sign that the email is very likely fraudulent. It could even be a phishing scam.
If The Company Asks For Money Up Front, Don’t Send It
If the company asks you for money upfront before you have even begun to work for them, don’t send it. Don’t reply to their email, either. Instead, report it immediately to COSE or the Better Business Bureau, and let them handle the matter. It may be that the company is fully legal and legitimate, but it may also be that they intend to rip you off. In any case, better safe than sorry.
These are only a few of the many steps that you can and should take when weighing the decision to work for an online based business. Be sure to use good common sense when making your decision. Never be afraid to refer to online authorities who can give you guidance in the matter.
There are many reasons why a person would want to work from home, rather than commute daily to a conventional full time job. For example, you may not have transportation to get you to a regular 9 to 5 job. You may not have the money to repair your vehicle. You may not have the money to afford riding the bus or train, or hiring a cab every day. Or, there may simply be a lack of work available in your area that you are qualified for. Regardless of the reasons, working from home can be a great way to earn extra money. However, there are several warning signs you should look out for when choosing to work for a home based business.
1. The business you are thinking of working for does not have a presence anywhere else on the Internet.
If a business is legitimate, they will not only have an official company website, but will also have a healthy presence elsewhere on the Internet. For example, there will be a listing for this business on the Better Business Bureau website or the SBA website. They will also be the subject of reviews, personal testimonies, and critical opinions (both positive and negative) on a host of other websites. Be sure to read these reviews and weigh your decision carefully before you commit to a decision. If the company has no other presence on the web besides their own site, this is a sure sign that they purposefully avoid it. And the reasons for this can only be bad.
2. Do they have a full support system in place?
Does the company you are thinking of working for have a fully comprehensive support system in place? Will you have an opportunity to ask questions and get to know the program before you commit to it? Do they have a support system through which representatives of the company can be reached? Can you contact this company help line at most hours of the day and night? If you have serious questions that you need answers for in order to do the job correctly, but are never able to contact anyone at the company “support center”, this is a very bad sign.
3. Does the company charge money to train their new employees?
Does the company charge money to train their new employees? If you have to pay money to get “Instant access to the Internet’s best kept secret”, this is a bad sign. Most reputable companies who need representatives to sell or advertise their products are chomping at the bit to get their new representatives fully trained, fully up to speed, and ready to sell. If you have to pay $50 or $100 just to get the company’s “Training Package”, this is probably because the company fully expects you to fail. In fact, the company is probably making its money by simply selling you the package and leaving you to sort it all out.
There are plenty of other warning signs to look out for, but these are some of the most obvious. Please absorb these lessons and apply them when you are researching opportunities to begin working from home.