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The Psychology of Network Marketing
By: Brent Payne
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    The Psychology of Network Marketing

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    The general public usually misunderstands the network marketing industry.When they hear of network marketing opportunities their biased perceptions of the industry can cause them to avoid these opportunities. This negative reputation has been brought about by information about organizations within this industry that are perceived as being unscrupulous and deceptive. And as we all know, negative word-of-mouth can travel quickly.

    However, the publicís perceptions of network marketing are beginning to change. This is largely due to changes in behavior by the network marketers. Today, enlightened network marketers have made the subtle change in focus from building sales to building relationships. This new breed of network marketer is involved in building, not only relationships, but long-term relationships that are mutually beneficial to both parties.

    In many cases network marketing has turned into a full-fledged mentoring system. When you take the risk to grow your own business channels the risk is greatly reduced when there is someone there to guide you and offer advice, making this is a true business relationship.

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