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MLM Opportunities - How to Choose Find the BEST MLM Opportunity For You

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Author: Joshua Fuson

There are literally thousands of MLM opportunities available, and more coming online each month. There are MLM opportunities that pertain to:

Health and Wellness

Rebate programs



Pet care


Weight loss


Motivation & Self-Help

And a host of other niches as well. However, when looking for a great opportunity to get involved with. There are a few guiding factors that should be considered before joining a business:

1. Skill-Set - This is THE question to ask before joining a business. Do you have an understand of marketing and how to use technology to grow a business? Most MLM companies still rely on training their distributors to recruit their friends and family members (which they nearly all do, and then run out of people to talk to) so you'll need good marketing skills to move beyond your "warm market". This one thing alone is many times the deciding factor between success and failure in a business. There are some distributors that join great companies, with great products, and never make a dime. Then there are some distributors in lame companies with terrible products, and they make six or seven figures. The difference? The skill-set of the distributor.

2. Passion & Interest - This is the second biggest variable to consider. In order to be successful with a business, you must be passionate about what you are marketing. Just joining a company to "make a bunch of money" is a bad idea. You can make a bunch of money marketing toilet paper. In order to build a large, people-based organization, you have to believe in and be passionate about what you are marketing. This comes through in your prospecting and closing, and makes the difference between mediocre results and outstanding results.

3. Time Management - Many would-be entrepreneurs underestimate the time required to start and run a successful business. At first, it will be maximum investment of time and energy, and prioritizing that time and ensuring that the new venture gets the attention it deserves is critical. If you don't have a minimum of 10 - 20 hours of week to invest into your business, it's going to be tough to see substantial results in a short amount of time.

As with any venture, there are other factors to take into consideration. But by taking these into account before you start your business, you'll be far ahead of the competition out of the gate.

About the author: Joshua Fuson is a professional marketer, and has participated in the generation of over $14 million dollars in the direct-marketing industry in the past 4 years alone. To find out more about Josh, see The Truth On MLM at

You can also learn more about building a successful business, get The Ultimate Free MLM Success Guide by visiting

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