Gallup, NM (PRWEB) August 21, 2006
Network marketing, the business of moving products and services through a network of distributors and customers, has come of age.
Paul Zane Pilzer, entrepreneur, economist and former advisor to two presidents writes in The Next Millionaires, “If you’re in the Direct Selling Business, Today’s Technology and trends are your friends. Be positioned to profit from the distribution revolution.”
Robert Kiyosaki strongly advises people in his “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” series, “If you want to be wealthy, start a part-time business. That to me is very smart.”
He goes on to say, “the idea of high paying jobs and pension funds that increase by 20% per year is an obsolete idea. America is at war, battling an invisible enemy, an enemy without a country. On top of that, China is expected to pass the U.S. as a world financial power in less than ten years. It does not take a crystal ball to see that there will be plenty of jobs in America, but fewer and fewer will be high paying. Why? Because the Chinese are smart, hard working, and willing to be paid less... much less. The reason I recommend network marketing is because network marketing is the business of the future. Back in the late 1990's, it was often difficult to talk to people about network marketing when the economy was so strong. It was hard to talk to people about network marketing when their mutual funds were going up by 20% per year. But those days are over. If you ever wanted to get ahead of the curve, now is the time to open your mind and look at this business of the future.”
“In my view, the problem with network marketing was its traditional method of distribution,” says Ouida Vincent, a medical doctor specializing in obstetrics and gynecology. “With a busy medical practice, it was next to impossible for me to take call, go without sleep and rush to weekly opportunity meetings even if they were local and, often, they were not. I began to scour the internet looking for a way for me to leverage my time and take advantage of a major business trend even with my busy schedule. I refused to start a network marketing business until I found a way to develop a business online.”
“When I put my online system together,” says Mike Ray. "I had been spending time stuffing envelopes and standing on lines at the post office getting decision packs out to prospects who had answered my classified ads. I got started in order to spend more time with my family…this was not the way to do that….Then one day I thought? What about the internet?…People get married online...I wonder if I can set up a marketing system online?”
Initially, Mike’s timing appeared off. The dot-com bubble had just burst in 2000 and people were saying the internet was dead.
“I decided to move forward any way,” he says.
Time proved Mr. Ray right. He now has an organization of 20, 000 associates and customers in 13 countries. His organization has been developed 100% online and he has become a top income earner in his company.
“When I decided to go public with my system, it was proven. 20,000 people cannot be wrong! And I also realized that what we do could be applied to any company in the industry. That is why we decided to create a space for people to learn this through our events, 'Putting the Net Into Network Marketing' and I decided to release my e-book also entitled "Putting the Net into Network Marketing". I just found that there isn't a single source for people to go to get this information applied to network marketing on such a large scale."
For more information about the strategies and techniques for building a network marketing business online, and about the e-book, "Putting the Net into Network Marketing", go to http://www.passiveincomesecretsonline.com/PNINWM/PNINWM1.html