Issue 4 - Friday
14th April 2000
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Maybury Shuts Down
sorry to report that jewellery manufacturer Jessica Maybury has been
forced to shut down. It seems they weren't selling enough products to keep the factory
Cotterell received two life sentences for the brutal murders of two Norfolk
women. The case has implications for networkers who deal
face-to-face with customers.
Legal Victory Against Spammer
court in Virginia, Georgia has handed down a landmark ruling against a
Tell Us Your News
Do you know about something new in network marketing?
If so, email us about it at email@example.com,
and we'll run a front page story about
it. You can be credited as our reporter - or remain a secret
"mole" - whichever you prefer.
Businesses - Succeed Or Fail?
You must take care when choosing your
home business. What you choose can make the difference
between success and failure. John Burdis shares his basic
check list for analysing a new venture.
You Need To Succeed
actually very few qualifications required if you're to develop a successful network marketing business.
Peter Clothier describes what he has found the key attributes to
Many networkers have had to try several
opportunities before finding the one that worked for them. Rowland
Pantling describes his false starts and eventual success.
Postage Rates - April 27th
Mail postage rates go up on from April 27th. First Class post for ordinary letters
will rise by 1p to 27p. Second Class letters stay at
19p. But, as Carol Nicholson explains, for weights over 60
grammes the price rises are steeper.
Number Day - April 22nd
UK telephone numbers are being reorganised
yet again! Cardiff, Coventry, London, Portsmouth, Southampton and
Northern Ireland are particularly affected. Paul Nicholson
explains how we'll all have to update our records.
Share Your Experience
looking for experienced networkers to write
feature articles. Why not share what you've learned with the
rest of us? Tell us what worked for you - and what to
avoid. If you can make sense for 1000 words we'll be
happy to put your article on the front page like this. In return you can
place a free advert at the foot of your article. How about
that for a good deal? If you're interested check out Authors
Wanted or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Us What You Think
This website is intended
for you - the ordinary network marketer. So tell us what you think
about network marketing and the companies and schemes you have
tried. Or if you've got a bee in your bonnet - let it out!
We really welcome your comments - and will happily publish them -
provided they are not too extreme! Just email us at email@example.com.
We think companies should be
offering their customers the choice - order through their personal contact
(the networker) - or direct from the company - whichever the customer
In an email to all DKFL
Advisors, Peter Kindersley has announced that he will retire from
Dorling Kindersley at the end of April - once the handover to Pearson
has been completed.
Tell Us Your Gossip
you heard any good rumours? Has anyone you know done something
interesting? Tell us the juicy details so we can spread it around.
taking a short Easter break so Issue 5 will be published on the website at 6pm on Friday
5th May 2000.
Contributions and adverts need to reach us by 6pm on Wednesday 3rd May.
Happy Easter to everyone!