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Successful Amway IBO

After its establishment in 1959, Amway continued to grow across its borders into countries like Australia, Europe and even Asia. The pace at which Amway has expanded is credited to their brilliant marketing strategy. Amway took care of the manufacturing and distribution of a product range, and then assigning a network of IBOs (independent business owners) to help grow the brand and sales of products. This organizational functioning was aimed not only to aid Amway in the increase of its sale rate, but also to help people from all economic backgrounds make a living for themselves.

So successful is Amway in its IBO scheme that in 2008, the company reported sales of around 8 billion. With its products flourishing in over 58 markets worldwide, successfully running its business in 98 countries and manufacturing of more than 450 products, Amway has definitely got it right!

Over time Amway has gotten only better. Even with the change of ownership hands from fathers to sons, Amway’s core objective of setting the American Way of life has been a success.

Becoming an IBO with Amway doesn’t require a lot of your time. But it does require your dedication and will to do well for yourself. Anybody from housewives to entrepreneurs can join Amway into making a successful independent business of their own.

Independent Business Owners (Amway IBO’s)

For a very long time (almost 60 years) Amway has been considered to be one of the most desired forms of a home based business choice. With over 3 million Independent Business Owners (IBOs) worldwide, there is proof enough that Amway is one of the best known names in the multi-level marketing industry today.

Amway’s popularity stemmed from their diverse selection of products that includes a health and nutritional enhancement line called Nutralite, Personal care products, Beauty products, Home care products and more!

An IBO doesn’t need to be someone with lots of business experience and a huge capital backing. Anyone from housewives to college students who have a little time to spare can build a fruitful business through Amway. Quality is not an issue with Amway. Almost all their products are self grown/produced in their own factories and organic farms.

On every successful sale of an Amway product you receive commissions. All that is required from you is some effort and basic marketing skill to help boost demand for the Amway products that you offer. As an IBO, Amway provides the products to you at a certain rate of discount, that you can in turn sell at retail rates for a profit. Another incentive to look for is the performance bonus that ranges from 3% to 25% depending upon the volume of business you conduct per month.

Exercise any marketing tactics and exploit on good personal relations to sell your Amway products. Your friends, colleagues and family will be more willing to listen to what you have to say about the Amway products you sell than listening to a sales-man banter endlessly about all the good qualities and benefits of its use. Belief in what you sell goes a long way. Any level of disinterest or lack of faith in the product you sell immediately reflects adversely on any sale that you attempt to make. To make a good sale you need to promote yourself and your products in a healthy light. When questions rise about the quality of Amway’s products you need to be certain of its reliability. In fact, Amway encourages IBOs to test/use their products for themselves so as to gauge performance levels of a product.