Why I Still Love Network Marketing
Written by Trent Brownrigg · March 21, 2013
When I first started my online business back in 2003 it was with a network marketing company. At the time I didn’t know anything about internet marketing or network marketing, but my sponsor in that particular company helped me along until I figured it out for myself. Had it not been for her I probably would have quit after a few months like most people do. But she helped me stick it out and eventually become a very successful internet marketer.
Anyway, I joined several more network marketing programs in the first few years of building my business. Some were great, some were alright, and some flat out sucked. Some didn’t last long and some are still around today. I did really well in a few of them and not very good in others, depending on how well the program was set up and how much effort I put into promoting it. Basically I have been there, done that!
There are plenty of bad apples out there, but for the most part, network marketing is a solid way to start your own home business. You can earn an incredible living from it if you do it right. But for whatever reason as I got better and better at internet marketing and my online business became more successful, I strayed away from network marketing. I mostly stopped promoting the programs I was still in and quit joining new ones. There were even times when I advised people not to get into network marketing for various reasons. I guess you could say, I forgot where I came from.
Now, it has been more than a decade since I joined that first opportunity that started it all for me. My online business has been doing incredibly well for a long time and I owe a lot of my success to some of those network marketing opportunities that I joined so long ago, especially the first one.
You might be wondering why all of the sudden I once again love network marketing? The reason is simple…
I sat back recently to take a long look at my successes and failures in my business up to this point, and re-evaluate the direction I want to take it in. When I did that, I realized that I was still getting paid every month from network marketing programs I joined back in the early days of my internet business, even though I had all but forgotten about them. Obviously I always knew the money was coming in every month, but I didn’t really take notice of where it was coming from anymore. I sort of just took the residual income for granted.
I’m still a member of that very first opportunity I started with and have been paid by them every month since I earned my first payment more than 10 years ago. And that’s not the only one I still get paid from monthly for work I did several years ago. That’s what you call true residual income!
Not to mention the fact that I made a lot of friends from some of those programs that I remain in contact with to this day. I have even partnered up with some of them on other business ventures in the years since we met and earned a lot of money from those partnerships.
Network marketing often has a negative association attached to it that makes many people run away as soon as you start to talk about it. And in some cases there is good reason for that. However, it can also be great and very positive. With the right opportunity and honest effort on your part, you can earn a lot of money and meet a lot of great people. And there are few, if any, easier ways for the average person to start a business of their own!
Basically what I am trying to say, in not so many words, is to have an open mind about network marketing and don’t write it off before you even give it a chance. There are plenty of great opportunities out there and earning a residual income is definitely a real possibility.
Dedicated to your success,
P.S. – If you want to know the business opportunity that I most highly recommend right now and am more excited about than any other one I have ever seen, you can find it at http://www.powerhouseprofit.com – It’s the only program I have found worth joining in a very long time and I evaluated it from every angle before coming to the conclusion that I had to get in right away.