Issue 7 - Friday
2nd June 2000
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Herbalife Founder Dies
Mark Hughes, President and Founder of Herbalife International Inc, died in his
sleep at his Malibu, California home on Sunday 21st May. Mr Hughes,
44, founded Herbalife in 1980.
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.
Started: How To Approach People
Everyone on your contact list can be placed in one of four
categories. As Peter Clothier explains, each category
requires a slightly different approach for maximum effect.
Truth: What Are They?
Most people are really good at making snap judgements. We all make
thousands of small decisions every day. Paul Nicholson
tells us about Moments Of Truth and how our customers decide whether to
buy from us.
Share Your Experience
We're always 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.
people to bring us rumours about network marketing companies. Paul
Nicholson describes how we try to be fair both to the companies
concerned and to their networkers.
Smoke Without Fire?
We've been hearing rumours of troubles afflicting a major networking company. Our mole mentioned top people leaving, cashflow
difficulties, and late payment of distributors' commissions. So we immediately emailed their head office to ask
if there's any truth in what we'd heard. A week later we got a reply
strongly denying the rumours. Unfounded stories can do a lot of
damage - even to a sound business. So, in the absence of
independent confirmation, we won't name the company concerned.
But does anyone else smell smoke?