With all these different options the question is which system is the best? Its hard to pinpoint down which system is going to be the best. But I can give you a few tips on what a good system should look like.
There are a few principles that you can look for when evaluating a good network marketing system.
The first principle in a good system is simplicity. A network marketing system should be very simple. The system should be so simple that its easy for someone new to pickup, use, and then duplicate. Network marketing is about duplication and the more you can help someone duplicate the bigger your downline will grow.
Someone new to network marketing is looking for a way they can make it work for them. A simple system will let the new person plug right in. Just about everyone who gets involved into network marketing has no clue what to do. The upline leaders usually are just as new and are trying to figure it out themselves. If you were to build a network marketing system, keep the new people in mind when creating it. They need something simple and easy to duplicate.
The second principle in a good network marketing system is to keep it focused on the main opportunity. The company you joined has internal system like marketing and tools. These are things you have no control over. What you do have control over is the system you get involved in or you create.
There are many system out there that are totally generic, I would suggest staying away from these. Generic system only attract people to join the system and they forget about your main opportunity. People think that if they just join a system it will work for them. And most will just waste more money and move around until they quit. The system you want is one that is tied into your main network marketing company.
If you create a system, have it to were people have to join your main opportunity first and then get your system once they are in your downline. In other words, tell people you have a system, and they only way to get it is to join your main network marketing company.
This is a very focused system because it ties in well with your main opportunity.
Third principle to a successful network marketing system is to set the price point high enough. If people are serious about building and duplicating there business then they will pay the price for this. A system should not be free and it should not be cheap also.
You only want to work with people who get it, and are taking massive action. Your time is valuable and cant help everyone. If you have a system with a price point of $50 or more per month, then you weed out the people who will drag you down. People need to make a commitment and paying for a system with a high price point will get them to take action.
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