QNET Embraces Direct Selling as Central Business Model

The business writers of Forbes magazine recently singled out the Southeast Asian direct selling company QNET as a well-managed firm that both treats its employees well and has provided superior service to the consumers who buy its products.

Direct selling is often incorrectly conflated with a similar commercial model known as MLM or multi-level marketing. It’s why some misinformed sources have intimated that “QNET is a scam.” However, it’s clear that QNET is not a scam. Direct selling plays a central role in how the company operates. There are three basic kinds of direct selling.

Single-level marketing is when direct selling professionals concentrate on creating a customer base for themselves rather than cobbling together a sales team. In short, a single-level direct seller is an independent salesman or saleswoman who simply wants to complete as many transactions as possible to maximize their income.

A second method of direct selling is party planning. This is when the seller organizes a house party or hosts an event at a hotel or some other public facility. The idea is to get as many like-minded people as possible to attend so that the host can pitch products and make sales to them.

Now let’s talk about the third method of direct selling – the much-misunderstood Multi-Level Marketing. This is when a self-starting seller seeks to recruit other salespeople to “work under him or her.” That usually means the first seller gets a cut of everything his or her sales network makes.

Please note that MLM can be done the right way and the wrong way. The fact is, not all MLM structures are pyramid schemes. For example, if the seller is not required to buy products upfront from the parent company before these products are sold, that’s a sign that the firm is legitimate. Follow this page on Instagram, for related information.


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