Are you someone who wants to build your network marketing business online?
Are you someone who wonders if it’s even possible?
Well, it definitely is.
But, just like building your network marketing business offline, there are some things you need to learn how to do, right?
After all, you still have to do the work in order for your business to grow.
Why Did You Start Your Business?
Was it to be able to make more money, and have more freedom so that eventually, you could quit your job (or work less), and have more time to spend with your family?
That’s the reason why I started a home based business.
Starting a new business is exciting. Getting setup online on the other hand, can be extremely overwhelming. There is so much to do, so many tools you “need”, and even more to learn.
Whew…exhausting just thinking about it, right?
Most entrepreneurs know they need a blog site, and a social media presence online. The majority go with the easiest option first, creating profiles on whatever social network is popular at the moment.
Of course, if we want to grow our business online, we should be on Facebook, at the very least.
But then what?
Most of the people you are connected with are who? Your family, friends you’ve known since high school and co-workers. We all know they are so not interested in our business endeavors.
Nowadays, more and more individuals are looking for ways to earn extra income, without having to pick up a second job. People are realizing that “trading hours for dollars”, is no longer enough.
Even with two jobs, they still struggle just to make ends meet.
According to the Direct Selling Association, Over 18 million people (18.2) were involved in direct selling in the United States alone, in 2014. Up by 8.4% compared to 2013. It was estimated that retail sales reached $34.5 billion, and continues to experience steady growth, as more individuals generated more revenue in 2014 than any year previously.
Clearly, the network marketing, direct sales industry is not only allowing average people to earn extra money, but it will continue to grow.