MLMLegal.com offers over 700 MLM, direct selling, network marketing, and party plan company profiles, highlighting each company’s founding story, impact on the industry, products, discussion of opportunity (compensation plan), and a discussion of distributor base and sales volume in the U.S. and abroad.*

Our newest company profiles include:

Bioceutica

NV3 Club

Simplexity

Vidacup

New MLM company profiles are being added and updated all the time, so check back often. We hope that these MLM company profiles help visitors learn more about a variety of direct selling companies. Visit our MLM Company Profile Page to learn more.

*At MLMLegal.Com the intent of MLM Company Profiles is strictly educational, and, to provide insight into the broad array of Company

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Most direct selling, network marketing, MLM companies will be lucky if they can retain 15 to 20 percent of their recruited consultants on a long-term basis. Therefore, MLM company owners and their consultants should consider this information of great importance.

How do you retain your distributors? Special treatment can make all the difference in whether a consultant or customer stays or leaves the company. It’s important to encourage upline distributors to give their downline consultants and customers attentive treatment and service in order to ensure that they will stick around. The handling of people through quality service is priceless where advertising and marketing costs may not produce the same effect.

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Consultants often hit a dead end once they’ve exhausted family and friends as their first customers. Yet, some consultants make tremendous amounts of money without having rich (and supportive) relatives. How do they do it? Here are a few tips on how you can grow your MLM business:

1)      Never stop selling. Connect with people at the park, at your kid’s school, at your church, at parties, and at any other event where networking happens naturally. Ask for email addresses and phone numbers and make sure to keep a stockpile of catalogs, newsletters and business cards handy.

2)      Create goals for yourself. If you want to make “X” amount of money per month then do the math. How many parties will you need to have and what are the average sales you’ll need for each party? If you need two successful parties per month, then you set a goal and stick to it.

3)      Reach out to your customers. Keep track of your customers, what they bought, and when you think they might run out of product. Be sure to touch base with them to make sure that your customers become and stay repeat customers.

4)      Get organized. Use a business journal or computer program to keep track of your customers, including their names, what they’ve purchased, when they’ve purchased it, their contact information, and your general thoughts on their interest in the product and being repeat customers. At the very least they will appreciate that you’ve kept them in mind.

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According to the Direct Selling Association (DSA), shares of wellness and services products have gradually increased over the past several years. This, of course, doesn’t mean that wellness and services are always going to be the most successful products in an MLM business model but they are right now. The DSA states the following about current MLM product success:

Wellness (including weight management products, nutritional supplements, health foods and beverages, etc.) and Services (including utilities, and financial products) has steadily increased for the last several years…

Easy access to information about health and wellness has contributed to increased consumer interest in such products… Direct sales not only offers desirable products in this category, but has the value-added benefit of personal interaction with a knowledgeable representative to help the consumer make their purchasing decisions.

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MLMLegal.com offers over 700 MLM, direct selling, network marketing, and party plan company profiles, highlighting each company’s founding story, impact on the industry, products, discussion of opportunity (compensation plan), and a discussion of distributor base and sales volume in the U.S. and abroad.*

New MLM company profiles are being added and updated all the time, so check back often. We hope that these MLM company profiles help visitors learn more about a variety of direct selling companies. Visit our MLM Company Profile Page to learn more.

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Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn’t

be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t

know it so it goes on flying anyway.


Mary Kay Ash

Humble Beginnings – Don’t Sell Yourself Short

Can you be the “million dollar earner?”  Don’t sell yourself short just because you’re starting small in the direct selling business. History tells us that, in America, many billion dollar businesses have been started on a shoestring in garages and in back bedrooms. Cases in point: Bill Gates of Microsoft, Phil Knight of Nike shoes, and Steve Jobs of Apple Computer. There are also countless inspiring network marketing success stories about individuals whose companies or distributorships had very humble beginnings.

Amway/Quixtar… from the Bathtub!

Take, for example, the co‑founders of Amway, known more recently as Quixtar – network marketing’s largest multi-billion dollar company.  Rich DeVos and Jay Van Andel mixed their first product, LOC Cleanser, in their bathtubs to start their business. Starting out as distributors for a vitamin company, Nutrilite, their Amway Corporation later bought Nutrilite, which today is their division for nutritional supplements. Amway has gone on to become the largest seller of dietary supplements in the world with consistent sales in excess of $5 billion.

Avon…Door-to-Door Bibles…

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