Mondelis is a very interesting company that is capitalizing on the social media craze.
With the incredible success of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, it was only inevitable that there would be many copy cat companies that try to capitalize on the recent social media frenzy.
This is one of those companies.
Don’t get me wrong, there is no Mondelis scam. They are a legitimate business model that entices people to join their social networking site and then recruit friends and family to join as well.
You can join for FREE and take advantages of discounts on shopping, online gaming and other social networking aspects.
When people in your “network” make purchases on the Mondelis site, you can earn cash from those purchases.
All sounds great but…
If you know anything about network marketing, you know that in order to build a secure, long term residual income… you have to have people purchasing something on a consistent basis.
This means there has to be so much value in the purchase, the customer cannot help but buy those products or services over and over again.
This is where the residual income plays out.
Shopping and games are everywhere, especially online. Mondelis would really have to offer some jaw dropping value in order for people to purchase every month.
Maybe they do? If you think so… please leave a comment and let us all know.
The biggest reason I didn’t join this company is the fact that people really only need a few social networking sites at most.
If you’ve got all your contacts on Facebook already, which the vast majority of people do, why would you want to move to a social network with far less people and start yet another social site to maintain?
To make a lot of money, especially in network marketing, you’ve got to have something that is unique and high value.
I just didn’t see those aspects in Mondelis.
That being said, I’m a firm believer that you can make a lot of money with any opportunity IF you have leadership and know how to market.
With leadership, you can spin your message to be incredibly powerful and pursuasive, despite having a mediocre product or service.
With marketing, you can communicate that message to thousands of people. The law of averages states that if you get to enough people, you will sell to some of them.
Most people completely overlook the marketing aspect of network marketing and that’s why they fail.
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