Get Rich Through Multi-Level Selling: Build Your Own Sales and Distribution Organization

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Self-Counsel Press, Incorporated, 1998 - Business & Economics - 257 pages
You begin by selling a product or service to a few people. Next, you create a marketing group by recruiting and training others to sell. Before long, you are at the center of an ever-growing network of people involved in distribution. This is multi-level sales, an exciting and profitable marketing strategy that can be adapted to your personal goals.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
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b The power of selling with a sales team
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Two steps to success
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Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Gini Graham Scott has published over 50 books with mainstream publishers, focusing on social trends, work and business relationships, and personal and professional development. Some of these books include The New American Middle Ages, The Very Next New Thing, The Talk Show Revolution, The Privacy Revolution. The Battle for Personal Privacy, and Fantasy Worlds. She has gained extensive media interest for previous books, including appearances on Good Morning America, Oprah, Montel Williams, CNN, and hundreds of radio interviews. She has frequently been quoted by the media and has websites to for her books at www.ginigrahamscott.com and www.changemakerspublishingandwriting..com. As of this writing, she has about 100,000 listings in Google Search Results. She has become a regular Huffington Post blogger since December 2012, and has a Facebook page featuring her books and films at www.facebook.com/changemakerspublishing. She has written, produced, and sometimes directed over 60 short videos, which are featured on her Changemakers Productions website at www.changemakersproductions.com and on YouTube at www.youtube.com/changemakersprod. Her screenplays, mostly in the drama, crime, legal thriller, and sci-fi genres, include several that consider the social implications of science and technological breakthroughs and changes in society, including The New Child, New Identity, Dead No More, Tax Revolt, Deadly Affair, and Suicide Party. All of these are in development with trailers, business plans, and interested directors and talent. She has a PhD in sociology from U.C. Berkeley and MAs in anthropology, pop culture and lifestyles, recreation and tourism, and organizational/consumer/audience behavior from Cal State, East Bay. She is getting an MA in communications there in June 2016. Additional bio and promotional material is at her websites at www.ginigrahamscott.com and www.changemakerspublishingandwriting.com.

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