Network Marketing – The Hype?

No-HypeNetwork Marketing and the Hype Behind the Machine!

Maybe you can identify with me here.
I received an email the other day from a marketer. Like any other email, it was about a person and their story. It was actually some pretty good stuff until it came down to the selling of the product.

I’m usually up for a good read. Heck, I enjoy checking out what my fellow marketers are doing and what’s working. This was a little different and not from my usual pool of emails, you know what I mean…a straggler.

The pitch line was that the person was going to teach me how to make FIVE FIGURES in the the 30 days. This is where I had to put on the brakes. I went to the site and sure enough, that’s what was being promoted.

There are huge implications in this sort of marketing, for the marketer, the prospect and the industry as a whole.

The fact of the matter is, it’s not your fault. You figured, it’s on the net and people are openly promoting this, must be good…right?

Check out the video below as I dive into this subject much deeper. I think you’ll dig it.

In order for us to keep our industry safe, we must work with an unspoken code of ethics.
This industry can be the most lucrative income you have ever dreamed of. It’s up to you to make the right choices.

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10 thoughts on “Network Marketing – The Hype?

  1. Dana Scranton

    Good points, Steve. The hype level does seem to be increasing the more people adopt online marketing.

  2. Jenni Ryan

    Awesome post and video> I totally agree. MLM recruiting is not about hyping people into something because you attract all the wrong people that way.

  3. Daniel Olise

    Great video Steven, I agree that using hype to build your business is the fastest way to shoot yourself in the foot long term.

    Yes you may get small short term success but at what expense? Complete instability in your business and a reputation for under delivering…

    … not the formula for success if you ask me. Another great post bro 😉

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