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Day: March 27, 2017

Monat Global Review – Can You Get Rich Selling Hair Products?

So lately there’s been yet another start-up network marketing company that I’ve been seeing on social media sites and getting a lot of buzz. The company is called Monat Global. And chances are if you’re reading this, you’re looking for some information on Monat Global before joining the company. If that’s the case, look no further. In this third party Monat Global Review, I’ll cover information on the company, the products they sell and more importantly the actual business opportunity they offer. Before proceeding, I want to disclose that I’m not a Monat Global distributor so it really doesn’t matter to me one or another if you join or not. This is important because you can be sure that you’re getting an unbiased perspective of the company and the opportunity available for distributors.

Who Is Monat Global?

Monat Global is a Florida-based company that markets high-end haircare products through a Network Marketing business model. The company is extremely young but unlike other start-up companies, the company is actually owned and operated by the Urdaneta family. The Urdaneta family have been involved in Direct Sales for decades and run a huge company called L’Eudine Global. From the looks of it, Monat’s products look to be very high quality. The products are paraben-free, Gluten-free, ethanol-free and sulfate-free. Having premium products to market is essential if you’re looking to build a business because without satisfied customers re-ordering every month, you have no chance of building a residual income.

How Do You Make Money With Monat Global?

As a distributor, you can earn income 5 different ways. You can earn immediate income retailing products and acquiring VIP Customers. But just like any other Network Marketing company, the true potential lies in building a rep base and customer base. As you grow your group and accumulate customers, you can earn between 7{4917788a0bd7aa7369c2a945027b4fe6c9853cda4150a24fe1255b18ce3083dc}-12{4917788a0bd7aa7369c2a945027b4fe6c9853cda4150a24fe1255b18ce3083dc} on your group’s volume every month. You can also earn 5{4917788a0bd7aa7369c2a945027b4fe6c9853cda4150a24fe1255b18ce3083dc} through 5 Generations. Overall the compensation plan looks to be fair and lucrative. There’s both upfront and backend income potential which is what you need if you’re going to build a business.

Should You Join?

Well… only you can truly answer that question. The management team is experienced and solid. The suite of products are premium and high-quality. And the compensation plan is lucrative. Surely, you’ll see success if you join, right? Nothing could be further from the truth. You could have the best opportunity and products in the Industry, but if you don’t have a single person to tell about it, you’ll make no money. At the end of the day, your success will come down to your ability to sponsor people and get customers. And at some point, your warm market will run out. This is why I suggest you learn how to market online and learn Attraction Marketing. If you can position yourself in front of a highly targeted audience you’ll have more leads you can handle. And when you’re in a position where you have people chasing you, …

Four Ways to Cooperate With Other Businesses to Grow Your Business

Many small business owners spend a lot of time, effort and money doing things to grow their business that could be done more effectively in conjunction with another business. By this, I mean forming partnerships with other businesses can not only improve a small business' marketing, but it can also improve the business itself.

In this article, four ways to grow a small business through networking and cooperating with other businesses will be discussed. Each, of course, has distinct advantages and disadvantages. They are: 1) cross-marketing, 2) organizing an event, 3) forming a support group, and 4) sharing resources.

Cross-Marketing
In any community, there are numerous opportunities for businesses to cross market their products or services. Here are some examples. A souvenir shop in a resort community that gives its customers a discount coupon for a local restaurant would encounter no additional expenses. The restaurant, of course returns the favor, by giving a discount coupon to its patrons. A graphic designer, for example, may be able to cross promote services with a local print shop or sign maker. An oil change shop could give a coupon for a car detailer and vice versa. The key is to find reliable businesses that honestly view this sort of cross-promotion as a win-win activity.

Organizing an Event
There are many ways for a group of businesses to organize an event that will help each business grow. Farmers markets, street fairs, community events, etc. Are a great way for local merchants to realize the benefits of cooperating to bring customers to the area. A health club, for example, may hold a health fair in partnership with a local health clinic. A restaurant and a local wine shop may cooperate to have monthly wine and food tasting events. A web development company could partner with a local photographer to give a demo on shot-for-the-web techniques.

Form a Support Group
It is easy to become isolated as a small business owner. Between the late hours, the stress and need to make payroll, there seems to be little time for anything else. Not unexpectedly, the small business owner next door, down the street and across town probably is dealing with a lot of the same issues. One way to network and support other small businesses is to form a weekly or monthly coffee club. You could even introduce a topic of week and share ideas on one them each week.

Share Resources
A great way to lower expenses and strengthen your systems is to share resources. Even a simple thing like buying in bulk and splitting the order can have a big impact on the bottom line. Almost everything is less expensive in bulk, but many small businesses do not have the need, space or financial resources to buy, say a pallet of paper, but three or maybe. Another thing that many businesses can share is business intelligence. This may include a mailing list or information about reliable suppliers.

Sharing resources or expertise does require mutual trust …