The Network Marketing Effectiveness Formula Part 2

by louabbott on November 3, 2009

Network Marketing Success can now be expressed in a formula.

Here is where you can find Part 1 of the formula

Part 2: Network Marketing Effectiveness Formula
In this part, I clearly explain the the 4 factors in the formula.


Part 3 reveals the inside scoop on how one million-dollar-per-year earner did it in record time – less than 6 years from newbie to guru! How Ken Dunn got to over $1 million per year in less than 6 years.

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admin@plannedprofits.com May 3, 2010 at 5:58 pm Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

This is one of the most insightful network marketing success observations I’ve seen. We’ve all heard it is a “numbers game” but that falls short when you have no communication skills. It also falls short when the product, company or compensation plan is lacking. We’ve also heard it all about relationships – that people are buying YOU, not so much the company or comp plan. But this falls short when the company or comp plan is lacking. And it falls short if no contacts are made beyond our warm market. So it is this exact COMBINATION that make sense. All parts adding up to one cohesive whole. Yet if any one part is missing – the house of cards comes tumbling down.

Great work. Thanks so much.

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Craig Mattice January 14, 2010 at 7:32 am Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I see a very applicable and beneficial pattern developing here which makes a great deal of sense. This presentation brings many “suspected,” yet hard to identify, elements into clarity where only a haze of something’s there, existed previously.

This presented paradigm is the result of some serious life experience and study to produce this information. Because, I thought I was well read on the industry but I am finding this information a revelation. That in itself is very exciting and opening up a whole new way of thinking about how one should approach this journey of discovery.

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