When discussions of networking marketing evolve, I often hear the phrase “you must love the product.” I do agree with this, but with a slight twist.
Trusting the company to make a quality product and to stand behind that product is more important than “loving the product.”
The reason there are so many different brands of products on the market is because not every person has the same preferences and tastes. What I just love and can’t live without may be something you don’t wish to purchase, however something you must have may be something I tried once and am ok to never purchase again.
Have you personally used the products of the company you are considering joining? Would you purchase the products even if you were not a distributor?
There is a world of difference between loving your products and trusting the company.
I do not use every single product my company manufactures. I do however trust them to make a quality product and to stand behind that product.
If someone has a question about a product I don’t use, I can ask another customer or another distributor for a testimonial and I would feel good to relay the information based on my trust of the company.
Ask the following questions when making a decision about joining a company:
1. Does the company offer a guarantee on their products?
2. What type of quality control does the company offer?
3. Where are the products made?
4. Where are the products being shipped from?
All of these questions can help you to feel good about representing the company and their product line.
Enjoy the product or even love the product, but trust the company and the quality they provide to their customers.
Audrey Okaneko has been in direct sales since 1983. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can Become a Tupperware Consultant Article Source: http://www.wahm-articles.com