Should You Join More Than One Network Marketing Opportunity?

There comes a time in every ‘work from home entrepreneur’ will face, and that is the idea or consideration or idea of joining more than one network marketing opportunity.

Inside this video, I’ll be sharing my take on this and what a home based business owner should do if they should ever come across this challenge.

It’s your turn!

What’s your opinion on home based business owners who join more than one opportunity?  What about those who hop from company to company?  I would love to hear your feedback on this subject.  Feel free to leave your feedback in the comments section below!

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4 responses to “Should You Join More Than One Network Marketing Opportunity?”

  1. Nick Wilkins says:

    Nate,

    I agree with you on this, that one who is looking to take care of their family and put a roof over their head should do whatever it takes to make a sustainable income. With that said, I don’t believe in hopping around from company to company. Sometimes, it takes awhile to find one that resonates with you and also to stick with a company longer than 6 months. Thanks for the video!

  2. Vicky says:

    Hi, Nate,
    Most (if not all) companies do not allow you to promote more than one MLM company. With that being said, that doesn’t mean you can’t promote affiliate offers. You just have to check the TOS and see if they allow it or contact the support center. The point that I wanted to share if that is the case, who cares if you are promoting more than one income stream. It doesn’t matter if people agree or disagree with your views. As I always say, try it out and see what happens. In life you don’t have success without having trial and error.

  3. Chuck Holmes says:

    For most people, promoting more than one company would not work. There are some exceptions though. For instance, if you are doing your business as direct sales, not MLM, I don’t see anything wrong with doing multiple companies at once. Also, if you own different websites in different niches, I don’t see anything wrong with promoting multiple companies. For most people though, it will be extremely hard to do. Heck, even building one company is hard. Just my two cents.
    Chuck

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