Is MLM a Buyer’s Club or a Financial Opportunity?
Posted March 13, 2009on:
This was the title of Kim Klaver’s survey that she did in January 09.
A total of 13 questions were asked in the survey, and the results (you can see them yourself here), are quite startling. I have not been able to find a corresponding survey in Malaysia, though.
The ones that interested me were:
a) What’s keeping you with the company more? Product (61.0%), The money (22.8%)
b) Are the products alone worth being part of the business? Yes (82.1%), No (14.3%)
c) What’s easier in this economic environment: To sell product or to recruit business builders? Selling Product (23.7%), Recruiting (20.9%), Both are hard (43.0%)
So it seems (though the sample size was 250), that most people get into MLM because of the product. Later they find out or feel that it is tough to sell the product or to recruit. This is something that we shall talk about more in coming posts.
It also makes absolute sense, since if there is a lousy product to market, how on earth can we make a business opportunity out of that product.
I entered into this SCORE A opportunity because I think this is a fantastic product. A product that my family has been using since September 08 and on a grand scale since November 08.
I am convinced that there are a lot more people like me out there who would feel the same way about the product if I could get through the thick defence shield they put up once they hear the word MLM!
In the meantime, to those of you who are interested, I do have an opportunity that may make a lot of business sense to you. It does to me. It’s a business opportunity for all Malaysians. It’s a way to earn passive income for Malaysians or a way to earn part time income for Malaysians.
It’s SCORE A, an online educational portal that now allows everyone to score!!!
Read about some of the characteristics of the product here.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you.
Thank you for reading this post.