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WAHM > Direct Sales Articles  > Which is the best direct sales company?

Which is the best direct sales company?

There are many excellent direct sales companies to choose from and there are likely at least a few companies that sell the product or service you've decided to promote.

Here on some factors to consider to determine which is the best company for you:

  1. A well established company with a long history of success is less risky than a new company that opened for business with in the past several years. But if you get in on the "ground floor" of a new company you have a better chance of quickly rising in the ranks of consultants. Evaluate your tolerance for risk and the benefits of joining a company in it's new growth stage.
  2. Publicly or privately owned? You will have access to financial information about a publicly traded company that will help you assess the financial health of the company. Privately held companies are not required to divulge any financial information, but you can often ask some pointed questions that can help gather some useful information.
  3. Find out what you can about the management of the company. Who owns and runs the company? What previous experience do they have?
  4. What are the company policies regarding use of the company name and logo? Do they allow you to promote using the company name?
  5. Will you be permitted to promote and sell online through your own website and other online sales methods?

You will be making an investment of time and money to start your business so you want to start out with a company that you believe you can successfully stick with for the long term.



 

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