Some Personal Tips For QNET IRs


Have you heard of QNET from friends or relatives? Well, if you think that it’s just another MLM company, then you’re in for a big surprise. I have been a member for 6 months and I have to say that while it has not been as easy than I first thought, the money is now starting to roll in.

Firstly, the QNET system is not an easy money solution – even if that’s the idea sold by your upline. You have to put in some effort on your side if you’re EVER going to see any serious income. If my own personal experience is anything to go by, I’ve learned that the amount of income is more or less directoly proportional to the effort invested.

Infact, you should treat QNET like a real business, even if it was meant to supplement and existing full-time job. Take the time to learn the fine art of persuasion selling and most importantly, be honest so that your downlines have realistic expectations and not perceive it as a make-money-while-you-sleep type of scheme.

You should also try QNET’s products and services so that you’re personally convinced of its benefits. When you’re convinced, you’ll sub-consciously sell better and as a recommendation, instead of merely hardcore selling for the purpose of making money. QNET has a huge range of products, from wellness to holiday packages, so you’re bound to find a (or a few) products that will interest you.

Finally, there are quite a number of promos by QNET for its products and services, and there are even incentives for QNET IRs from time to time. I would advise you to visit the official QNET Facebook, as well as, the official QNET Twitter page for updates so that you don’t miss out on any of these events. For example, the latest QNET Bonanza Extravaganza promises a guaranteed share of US$500 each and runs until this Friday, 21st January 2011.

Best of luck and power to my fellow QNET IRs!