When to say “Direct Selling” instead of “Network Marketing”

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Network Marketing Success Tips: “Direct Selling” versus “Network Marketing”
A Mastermind Event Original Series.

When you first heard the phrase “Network Marketing” what did you think it meant?

What do prospects think we’re talking about when we use the words MLM, Multi-Level Marketing or Network Marketing? What if we used Direct Selling instead? Would our prospects react differently, possibly in an even more positive manner? Could it help us attract higher quality prospects?

In this episode, live from the famous Jamaa el Fna square in Marrakesh Morocco, I share when and why it may be better to use the words “Direct Selling” instead of “Network Marketing.”

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One thought on “When to say “Direct Selling” instead of “Network Marketing”

  1. Start a chain of schools to teach Network Marketing (Direct Sales). Focusing on leadership, self motivation, ethics and money management. All tuition payed from commissions earned while in school. No one is allowed to get student loans.

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