ACN Business MLM Review – What Really is the Deal With This MLM Company?

There has been a considerable amount of buzz in the last year or so about the ACN business, a rising MLM company. They have been dubbed as the latest “can’t miss” opportunity. But what really is the deal with this company and is it legitimate or just a scam?First of all, what is the ACN business? American Communications Network was founded in 1993 by Greg Provenzano, Robert Stevanovski, Mike Cupisz and Tony Tony Cupisz, and formerly backed by Donald Trump himself.What exact products does the ACN business market? ACNInc is actually the worlds largest direct seller of telecommunications equipment in the world, specifically focusing on what normal people use everyday, like distance, internet, wireless communications, satellite TV and home security.The ACN company in fact has some very cutting edge digital phone service and video phones as well. One of their featured digital phones is the IRIS 3000 video phone which is a desktop combination of a video phone and telephone, all of which you can access from your home.So, the American Communications Company does seem to have really top of the line products which would be in high demand today.But, how about the ACN business opportunity? Yes, its the largest seller of direct seller of telecommunication equipment, but how can you make money with it? According to their website, they feature two means, both a initial bonus for quick income and residual income for long term continued profit. Their business model is to introduce people and help them save money on services they already use, and then combine that with cutting edge technology like the ACN video phone.So, ACN does indeed seem to have a competitive traditional network marketing compensation structure.In summary, is the ACN business a scam? No, not at all, it is an up and coming network marketing company which markets excellent products with a good compensation plan.However, as with any business, the true test for the ACN business will be its marketing. How well will they effectively market the product and opportunity? That is the true indicator or any companies success, no matter what technology or opportunity they offer.If you are an ACN business representative, I highly recommend you learn how to properly market either the opportunity or cell phone in order to be truly successful. This is what generates prospects, leads and sales.If you want to learn more about growing your ACN business, read below and click on the link for more information.

Conversations With CEOs – Why Business Savvy Counts

“But I know my profession inside out,” says my next door neighbour. “I don’t understand why this particular contract eluded us.”

Most of us can checkmark the long list of reasons why clients do business with us. Besides establishing rapport and long-term relationships, providing excellent quality of service and technical accuracy, often there is one important criteria that hasn’t been given consideration. This is most true when dealing with senior executives. Decision makers gravitate to professional experts they trust to understand their business and the particular industry issues that can make or break their success.

They appreciate that you are an expert tax advisor for example, and wouldn’t see you if you weren’t. However, they are most interested in how you can help them navigate industy issues inside and outside of what you do as a professional. What do you actually know about business and particularly theirs? How conversant are you? Can they introduce you to their investors? Their Chairman of the Board?

Now you ask, “How can I keep up with all the nuances related to a multitude of industries when I can barely keep up with all the ongoing changes related to my own profession and staying at the top of my game?”

Here’s a few suggestions:

I. Identify the industries your top 20 clients and top 10 prospective clients come from?

II. Start with prioritizing a few industries to learn more about based on who you do profitable business with now.

III. Keep files of newspaper and magazine articles, industry journals and anything else you can find that’s pertinent for easy reference as required. Read them, think about them, make connections to your services.

IV. Ask clients about their industry issues. What level of knowledge would distinguish you from a competitive service provider and why is that important to them?

V. Finally, as you learn about the top issues currently affecting your clients, explore your expertise can help turn issues into opportunities rather than threats. Quantify how your services can minimize risks and make a difference in the achievement of the client’s objectives.

VI. File your stories, either your own or those that you hear about. For example, if you have a client who was able to retain one staff member that saved them $200,000. in recruitment and training costs, not to mention preventing loss of knowledge and clients, as a result of your consulting or coaching services, then be sure you find a way to save that story. Get a testimonial or at least be able to talk about the bottom line results that your client achieved as a result of working with you, Business Savvy Professional Extraordinaire!

VII. Have fun – part of lifelong learning is getting outside of our own boxes and jumping into other’s now and then to truly empathize and problem solve with clients.