Network Marketing is simply a concept of product distribution. The concept itself could be used for any type of consumable product or service. Telecommunications companies, food products, cosmetics, personal care products, Insurance, Security services and similar products are marketed using a Network Marketing model of distribution.
Health products would be the largest single product lines to be offered through a Network Marketing system. There are many positive benefits for this.
Despite attempts at building Network Marketing businesses using single purchase or capital products, the concept can only work where repeat purchase is necessary. Health products are obviously highly consumable making them an ideal product to flow through a Network Marketing system.
Baby boomers are a huge target group. Baby boomers were born Post World War 2 up until around 1970. There was a huge spike in births around this time. This group of people is approaching retirement age now and will be for around the next 30 years.
Baby boomers are a huge growth area for health based businesses to focus on. These nmn hong kong people will be focusing on preventative health measures as well repairing health from a life well lived. Baby boomers are also looking for ways to increase their income and the Network Marketing model is an ideal way of providing a needed product to a target group and increase income at the same time.
Health issues of today and environmental factors give health products a huge market. Health related products are a very timely product to offer.
From a business point of view, Postage is a huge cost to Networking and Mail order companies. Although customers and distributors do pay a price for postage there is often a large subsidised postage fee paid by the company. Postage is also often free with specific sized orders.
Health based products sold through a Network marketing model are usually lightweight, which reduces the postage cost. The consumer pays less for postage and the price of the product remains lower as postage rates do not need to be subsidised.
The Networking concept works best when the products are unique. If the same or similar product can be purchased at the supermarket, it probably will be. For a product to be unique, it does not need to be unavailable elsewhere. Its manufacturing process could be different or the extraction process of the raw material could be unique. Health products have often come onto the mainstream market after being made popular through a Networking model. Noni Juice is an example. Goji Berries are another example.
Eric J. Smith is a qualified Horticulturalist and Permaculturalist. Eric writes about his interest in many areas of Environmental concern and brings into focus Changing Economic paradigms. Eric has a passion for Organic Gardening and Permaculture with an emphasis on the sustainable use of environmental systems.