Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Fortune Hi Tech Marketing - Is It For You?

By Barb Arakelian

If you have been approached by someone who wants you to join Fortune Hi Tech Marketing (also known as FHTM), there are some important points to consider before signing the dotted line:

1. Who you join under is extremely important. FHTM is a multi level marketing program where your success is determined by your efforts and the efforts of those in your downline whether or not you personally recruited them. At the beginning, your UPLINE is critically important because those will be the people you will need to get yourself trained and get the information you need. Since part of their success will be due to your success, you want to be sure that the person you join under is someone you can work with and can provide you the tools, time and motivation you need.

2. Money can be made in this business in a multitude of ways. You can determine how you want to run your business regardless of how the other members of your upline or downline are running their business. But for ultimate success, aligning with people who share your basic work ethics, styles and commitment levels is beneficial.

3. This program originated in Lexington, Kentucky. There are significantly more agents in Kentucky than in other parts of the country, or world for that matter since FHTM reaches across our borders. FHTM members number less than 100,000. Compare that to Mary Kaye Cosmetics whose representatives exceed 1 million. You haven't missed the boat. Plenty of opportunities are available.

4. Don't join FHTM until you are ready to commit to action. While the initial investment in joining the organization is manageable for many people at $299, there are certain milestones that must be achieved before making any money. There is a 60 day window to satisfy the first level requirements. FHTM in many respects sells and promotes customer loyalty to many widely recognized national companies. Everyone who signs on with FHTM should expect and be prepared to be their own first customer.

If you have been hurt by MLM's (multi-level marketing) in the past, it is worth your time to give FHTM a look. Perhaps your dissatisfaction with MLM's was because the people you joined with didn't share your point of view or you really didn't ask the questions you needed to ask. If you are new to MLMs, this could be the opportunity you are looking for.

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Barb Arakelian,, is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Finance.

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