Supported by Donald Trump, the real estate millionaire, the Trump Network has emerged with new exciting potential in MLM business niche. Grounded on the concept of direct sales of daily vitamins and nutritional supplements, this business program is in its commencement, and is planning to recruit motivated individuals who can contribute well in company’s evolution.
To get started with, the Trump Network has come up with two products. The first product is a test, known as the PrivaTest, and is modeled to make you aware of the kind of supplements you should have, for keeping a fit and healthy body. The second product is a month’s supply of the recommended vitamins and minerals for you. Every month, you will receive a box at your door that will contain pre-determined packets to facilitate you.
The scheme is still the elementary MLM business one which has been quite known by now. You start your business by invite and for a set price to have samples and marketing materials, then you recruit others to do the same. All direct enlistees make you have an incentive of 4% of their sales, their enlistees bring 3%, and so on going down the line. Once your recruits begin to get promoted to managers, then the earning possibilities also increase.
The most profitable way to get started with the Trump Network is the FastStart Way. It costs $497.00, and includes product, marketing materials, and instructional DVDs. The website enounces to have started other initiatory schemes too, but to ascertain them, one must approach a recruiter.
The biggest benefits to the Trump Network are, the credibility of Donald Trump behind the products, and that it is a start up company. Most individuals who get enlisted into new MLMs have the most profitable business with the company. Another profit is that vitamins get utilized over time, thereby establishing a foundation of having repeated business with your clients, and this will surely make prospects for more money in the future. The only drawback until now is the need of doing the initial investment of $500. Despite the fact that this amount is much lesser than the capital investment needed in building a conventional business, it is still more than the anticipated initial investments done by the new enrollees in other MLM companies.