How to Find the Best MLM Business For You – And Maximize Your Chance of Success

It’s the “holy grail of MLM” – the quest for the best MLM business opportunity. I must get this question at least twice a week, either from emails or from my blog. “Dr. Bob, what do you currently think is the Best MLM Business?” The answer is always the same.

It depends.

It All Comes Down To You

You can evaluate an MLM business based on many factors, such as the product line, the compensation plan, the leadership, company plans for expansion, and many others. But more importantly, it depends on YOU and how you “fit” with the business.

Let me explain.

To be successful in any business venture, including MLM you must love what you sell. This is not negotiable. It’s almost impossible to successfully market a product that you feel ambivalent about. If you aren’t 100% sold on your product as something that can truly help your customers, you have no business selling it in the first place and chances are very high you won’t have much success.

What might be the best MLM business for me could be the very worst MLM business for you. For example, I am really into financial education and products that help people get out of debt. I searched and found an MLM company that marketed these types of products and began my research. On the other hand, you may be a health nut and feel very strongly about the value of organic nutritional supplements. An MLM business that markets these types of products would be more suitable to you.

Now It’s Time To Do Your Homework

Once you’ve found a business that sells products that interest you, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and do your homework. You should evaluate the company’s compensation plan to be sure it is fair and equitable. You need to research the company leaders and be sure they’ve have a track record of success in the MLM industry.

Next, take a look at the training and support offered by the company. Here is another example of personal choice when it comes to the best MLM business. If a company primarily trains their members to market using traditional approaches like buying leads, making a list of family and friends, and holding home parties, but you are eager to learn how to market on the Internet, then this company may not be for you.

On the other hand, if the very thought of computers makes your blood run cold, than an MLM company whose training focuses on Internet Marketing would not be a very good fit for you.

The Bottom Line

There is no such thing as the “best” MLM company for everyone. You need to decide what’s important to you and then search for the company that most closely fits your needs. Once you’ve found the best MLM business for you, with products that you truly believe in and a company that you’ll be proud to represent, then your chance of success in MLM greatly improves.

If, however you choose a company based solely on media hype or some review you read on the Internet (usually done by someone pitching their own business), then it’s quite likely you’ll be yelling “scam” when you don’t get the results you desire.