Social Network Marketing is the Future

Network marketing is becoming more and more of a hot topic when it comes to business and finding ways to supplement income in these times. Social networks and social media are becoming bigger and more important parts of our lives every day that passes. Seeing as how social media brings people from all around the world, from different societies and professions, together in one common place, it makes sense that the entrepreneurial within us are using these networks to tap future buyers and sellers for their network marketing companies. The smartest people are already tapping into their social networks and finding huge returns. Are you going to join them in this renaissance?SocialMedia_Marketing

There are currently over 800 social media networks, including mobile and digital platforms, and each one is a treasure trove of contacts and ideas. As social networks keep growing, multi-level marketers and direct sellers will continue to use these networks to their advantage — they are good for both recruiting new sellers as well as advertising your products and selling them themselves. Within the next 4 years, social media is only going to pick up in importance and popularity, meaning that getting in earlier rather than later is only going to help in the long run.

As of now, the top social media sites include Facebook, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Twitter. Almost all of these (aside from more professional ones like LinkedIn) can be tailored for incredibly effective social network marketing and direct selling. Through the use of targeted ads and leveraging the connections that you already have, you can find scores of people willing to buy what you’re selling, as well as people who will be interested in your business and might be willing to join in with you. As these social networks begin to orient more and more towards commercial pursuits, this will only continue.

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Direct Selling Has Huge Potential in India

India is a country that poised on the edge of massive growth, both in terms of population and in terms of economics and GDP. Actually, India has already been booming and if this path continues, it doesn’t seem as though it will stop any time soon. The population is young and hungry and looking to change both their situations as well as the situation of their country and their families. Because of all of these circumstances, India is an almost perfect place to start a direct selling business and, as seen in recent news, the direct selling companies that exist there have been doing incredibly well for themselves and their associates.

A recent report from KPMG, one of the largest tax and auditing services in the world, goes far to show just how much potential direct selling has in the Indian market place and economy. The report says that the direct selling and multi level marketing industry has the potential to become a 645 billion rupee industry by the end of 2025. Not only is this a huge number with the potential to help the Indian economy grow on a more localized level, it’s also a market that has continued potential for further and further growth.

Indian culture is very community and family oriented. With a population that is growing quickly and a culture that is so focused on people close to you, direct selling is a fantastic way to make money for yourself and your family while working together towards a common goal. While the KPMG report doesn’t go any further than 2025, it’s easy to assume that the more the Indian population grows, the more potential direct selling and multi level marketing have to improve the lives of thousand, if not millions, of Indians and their family and friends. While all of this remains speculation and has to be seen before official decisions can be made, this might be the perfect time for people who are ok with risk to get involved in the Indian direct selling market.

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For Direct Sellers, More Emails Means More Money

Emails are a tricky business, especially when it comes to business. As many people involved with both direct marketing and multi level marketing know from personal experience, spam emails can inspire feelings ranging from rage to disgust to resignation. Even sellers know how obnoxious unwanted emails can be; after all, they’re people just like everyone else. However not all emails are unwanted and many people can speak from personal experience about how emails can offer things that you never even knew you wanted. Hence, emails can be both good and bade. They are a double edged knife that needed to be treated carefully so that they can be used effectively without crossing into the realm of annoyance.robert proctor multisoft, robert proctor, florida, multisoft

A recent study by Return Path, a company focusing on email analytics and helping businesses, shows that most MLM and direct selling marketers are erring on the side of caution when it comes to the number of emails they are sending in the effort to move products and produce more business. Return Path looked at over 600,000 email users and found some interesting information about both the people who complain the most as well as the people who buy the most. It turns out, that they are one and the same. The people who complain the most about emails to do with selling and sales are also the ones who read the most emails and, ironically enough, buy the most from these emails. This means that the most vocal opponents of this form of direct selling are also some of the best customers.

The study found that most people say that 5 emails a week from a single marketer regarding marketing and products are ok with them. While that seems like a lot of emails to most, the study shows that this is the most you can send to maximize your sales while minimizing how annoying people see you or your business. This is great news for everyone out there involved with direct selling and multi level marketing who were wondering what the prime number of emails to send is. Now that you know, go ahead and send those emails!

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