Nurses and Network Marketing

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    Any nurses involved with MLM and have you had any success? For those with their own companies, how do you market your product/service? Your contribution is greatly appreciated.

    Kijana, RN, BSN
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    Hi, Did you received any information? It looks like no one posted a response.
    I just wanted to let you know there are some nurses that work with M.D.'s in their business. They provide a service with their products.The majority of people shy away from MLM due to a lack of knowledge. Most of the products offered aren't marketed a great deal in mainstream,so direct selling becomes a solutuion. If you'd like more information, I can give you detailed info. Contact me @ bcollins185@hotmail.com . Good Luck!
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    I work with a company that dovetails nicely with my nursing expertise. For me, this is much more about helping provide preventative and restorative health care than it is about driving sales.
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    Hi everyone, I have an idea for a business and I have searched the web and have been unable to locate anyone doing it.

    After witnessing all of the problems in long term care I am thinking of contracting with patients families on a one on one basis to check on their loved ones in facilities when they are unable to be there (living out of state, on vacation, ect.). Not a sitter but more medically comprehensive visit.

    Is any one out there doing this?
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    I think this would be a good business overtime. I do not know of anyone doing this but it for help families especially out of state. Good luck nurse K.

    Kijana
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    "Hi everyone, I have an idea for a business and I have searched the web and have been unable to locate anyone doing it.

    After witnessing all of the problems in long term care I am thinking of contracting with patients families on a one on one basis to check on their loved ones in facilities when they are unable to be there (living out of state, on vacation, ect.). Not a sitter but more medically comprehensive visit.


    Is any one out there doing this?"


    I just started a business and will be providing similar services [in-home (or in-facility) care and case management to those in need]. I will also be offering consulting services. I'm certain that there are more people out there doing this, but I don't think they're marketing themselves well enough because I've also been unable to find anyone. I hope to have my website finished within the next 2-3 weeks

    Good luck to you!
    Amanda
    Last edit by sirI on Jun 16, '11
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    Quote from Kijana
    Any nurses involved with MLM and have you had any success? For those with their own companies, how do you market your product/service? Your contribution is greatly appreciated.

    Kijana, RN, BSN
    Hi, I have a pt biz with a network marketing company. Products are health and wellness. Fits nicely with my nursing background. I make about 2k/month
    lindarn likes this.
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    Quote from RNKatrinaK
    Hi everyone, I have an idea for a business and I have searched the web and have been unable to locate anyone doing it.

    After witnessing all of the problems in long term care I am thinking of contracting with patients families on a one on one basis to check on their loved ones in facilities when they are unable to be there (living out of state, on vacation, ect.). Not a sitter but more medically comprehensive visit.

    Is any one out there doing this?

    Here's a list of Senior Services franchises
    http://www.entrepreneur.com/business...ies/seniorcare


    You could call some of the franchises and see if any offer this service, but your concept could be unique


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