The MLM industry is exploding with great opportunities, and finding a good company is imperative to your success as an independent business owner. Check out the guidelines below to determine what the top MLM companies are:
Product, product, product!
If the product the company is selling is not top notch, it will be hard to sell and even harder to recruit others to sell it with you. Try to find something that isn’t readily available in the general marketplace and that you are genuinely interested in top mlm companies.
Good Customer Service
When you have found a potential product, call the customer service line and ask some questions about both the product and the business. Call three separate times; you should get through on at least two of the three calls and the customer service reps should be able to fully answer your questions. If not, pass on the product.
All the promotional materials, website, and product information should look professional and well organized. First impressions are incredibly important and people will not be interested in your product or business opportunity if the corporate materials do not excite them.
Minimal Start-Up Costs
Studies show that MLM businesses that cost more than $200 to start are harder to recruit new prospects into. Ideally, top MLM companies will allow distributors to start a business with no upfront fees (only a reasonable personal purchase minimum) or a small one time fee. New business prospects are more likely to try a business with little to no financial risk.
Good BBB Report
Look up the business at the Better Business Bureau and make sure the company is making the grade. Top MLM companies will usually have an A or a B rating. However, the grade isn’t the most important part (as MLM companies often get hammered by unhappy distributors that were mislead about the effort an MLM business takes by lousy sponsors). The most important part of the report to look at is the complaint list. Make sure most of the complaints have been resolved. Complaints are okay as long as the company makes an effort to fix them.