If you already have an existing business, you can choose to expand your market by selling your products and services online. This opens your business to a wider range of consumers, both local and international. You may also opt to start a new business online, and start advertising on your site.
If you do not know how to create a website, or do not have the time to do so, you should consider checking out certain sites that specialize in selling and auctioning different products. Sites such as E-bay allow you to make money by selling an extensive array of products, both old and new.
“The BIG push means being able to develop and sustain momentum toward your goal; it is the process of actively replacing excuses with winning habits, the ultimate excuses blockers. Moreover, it is being willing to go to the wall for what you want or believe in, to push beyond your previous mental and physical limits, no matter what it takes.” -? Lorii Myers, No Excuses, The Fit Mind-Fit Body Strategy Book
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Yesterday, I received a Compliance email from the Network Marketing company that I had violated their representative policies or regulation. What is sad is that I have been using this form of method (through article, social media) to market the product and re-directing visitors or prospects to my business link for almost 2 years by now.
Restriction From Your Network Marketing Company?
This is like you are selling something from your pushcart and was told that one of the items you sell cannot be marketed “off-the-shelf’ as it has breach the supplier regulation. Either you stop selling it or sell it through their “designated shop front” which you are not aware of or comfortable with.