So lately, I’ve been getting a few messages about a new Travel-based Network Marketing company called Plannet Marketing. In fact, even when some small companies did attempt to offer products and services through websites in other countries, they probably got a very bitter response. This company is determined to be a leader in Health and Beauty products in the United States. If it includes pay per click or other similar tricks, then you can earn very good income.
It mainly focuses on prospecting, closing, and using online marketing sequences to target interested prospects. And that’s where the important second aspect of network marketing’s “higher price” comes in: the added value which you as a “distributor” add to the specialty products you sell.
They are higher priced products to begin with, having more costly ingredients and more complex designs or formulas; they are simply more expensive to make and package. Plannet Marketing is a company that sells travel through a Network Marketing business model.
Online MLM marketing systems have been a pretty big hit lately. There is also a greater value, beyond the “specialty products” issues of ingredient quality, cost of manufacture and so forth and that’s the education, information and service delivered by the person-to-person distribution network.
Let’s look at a comparison of one single product offered through the conventional manufacturer-to-retailer distribution system and the exact same product sold through network marketing. If the networking company’s product sells to consumers for $15.00 it will have an average retail commission to the networker of from 20 percent to 40 percent.