I hate selling!

I’ve researched over many network marketing businesses, the majority of which all required direct selling. In fact, I can guarantee you that if it has to do with nutrition, health and wellness, direct sales is a given. It’s a well known fact that selling to your family and friends through home parties or by harassing them until they agree to place an order or attend an “opportunity meeting”, is a great way to shoot yourself in the foot.

 

Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t

 

Many network marketers are stuck in the stone age. Their told to buy product packs, pay enrollment fees, meet monthly quotas, buy leads, make cold calls, push product on friends and family. I can tell you that these tactics will quickly backfire on you and ruin your relationships. All the while, you’re striving to break even, never mind make a decent profit. Is it any wonder that these types of businesses have high turnover rates? Maybe you’ve gone through something like this.

 

A Better Way to Conduct Business

 

This begs the question, “don’t all network marketing businesses sell product?” Most do, but not all. It took me a while to find it. That’s why I’m telling you about it.

There is at least one honest to goodness MLM out there for those of us who have an aversion to selling anything. I’ve spent hours, days, weeks and months researching many different network marketing claims. Then I decided to set up a web site with my findings and “no nonsense” truth about each one in the form of a comparative directory and a collection informative articles. Call it the “consumers report” of MLM plans.

 

The best network marketing business plan I’ve found belongs to Escape International. It reigns as number one so far. Founded in 2001, this company is just starting to rev it’s engines on the internet. In 2007, the company made the list of top 500 most promising home businesses listed in Inc. Magazine.Their service is Aisle19.com, an online discount shopping mall that lets you shop from most of the same online stores you already shop at but with a difference. Here are the basics.

 

When you go through the Aisle19 portal, your favorite stores now give you cash back on all of your purchases ranging from .05% to 5% or more. Aisle19.com is a free service that everyone can use. There’s no membership fee, no purchase limits, no expiration dates or anything like that. It really is free.

 

A Fair and Balanced Business Plan

 

Independent Business Owner earn commissions on the total purchases of those whom they invite to use Aisle19.com. To keep track of each Independent Business Owner’s consumers and down-line, accessing the online portal is by invitation only using the Business Owner’s ID number. Signing up as an Independent Business Owner is also free. It’s very easy to use and explain to others. I’ve had very positive feedback so far.

 

This company’s business plan is designed in such a simple and easy way that there’s no pressure to sell anything. Instead, you just give it all away. Some of you may be interested in signing up to the business end of it, others just want to shop and get the discounts and cash back. Either way, everyone wins. 

 

The consumer wins because they receive cash back and special online discounts shopping where they normally shop online. The Independent Business Owner wins because in addition to his/her own cash back, they also receive 10% of the purchases of those he/she has invited. Everyone is looking for ways to earn cash and save some money along the way, right? Well, I just handed you one.

 

A Profitable Business Arrangement

 

I wondered how this company is making any money at all. So I spoke with the East Coast regional manager, John Costino. Basically, retailers pay Escape commissions for every online shopper that goes through Aisle19.com. By promoting Aisle19, they are pointing shoppers to the retailer’s site stores. As incentive to shoppers, these retailers offer Aisle19 consumers cash back incentives and special discounts.There are over 600 major retailers including Macy’s, Sears, Walmart, Home Depot, Old Navy, Best Buy, Verizon etc. These are not unknown mom and pop stores. They are retailers you are already well acquainted with but if you do not go through Aisle19 you will not receive the same online discounts or cash back.

 

My research on this company is fairly extensive, I’ve provided you with a basic overview. To find out how you can access Aisle19.com or if would like to read my full report, visit the site http://www.buildmynetwork.org. There you’ll also find an MLM plan directory that lets you easily compare the most popular network marketing plans advertised online today all in one place.

Network Marketing at Its Best – Cleaning Up the Industry

Network Marketing at Its Best - Cleaning Up the Industry