"Your help in the launching of the Zig Ziglar Network was invaluable. You helped steer us through some high waves and rough waters. Your consulting advice was helpful each step of the way. You made us feel like we were more than 'another client,' and your help in obtaining some significant publicity was a real bonus.
“We want to thank your team for all the great work you all have done to help us launch. We could not have chosen a better team of consultants than The Sheffield Group.”
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What is Multi-Level Marketing? A proven strategy for success, Multi-Level Marketing is a way for people to achieve their objectives and goals more effectively. By leveraging their time, people using this system are able to build a network of dedicated, like-minded individuals. Sponsoring the efforts of others allows Multi-Level marketers to distribute at a higher level, expanding and growing at a rapid rate.
Direct sales involves a person selling a company’s products or services for a commission. Customers receive their products directly from the company and the salesperson receives a percentage of the cost of the product that he or she sold. Direct selling can be done on a part-time or full-time basis, and can be very profitable with the proper training.
While network marketing, people often achieve rapid growth and success using this strategy. Network marketing is contingent on finding others to help distribute, creating a team working towards the same selling objectives. The formula allows distributors to increase productivity by expanding their network.
Social selling is a way for salespeople and distributors to find prospects through their social networks. It involves cultivating relationships with customers providing a background for successful interactions and exchanges. As a consultant, salespeople work closely on advising their customers and helping guide and ease the decision making process.