One thing that people who are experienced with the markets are going to say is that there is no getting rich quick scheme. However, this doesn’t mean that one can’t search for the quickest way possible to make money.
It does not have to take an extremely long time to make money from anything other than a job. For one thing, there are certain companies that are legitimate in what they offer. One example of a company is Market America, a product broker that is involved in many different industries. One good thing about Market America is that they handle most of the marketing. All that is needed is for people to bring in the customers.
When trying to figure out the fastest way to profit with Market America, one of the factors to look at is what one is comfortable with. Different marketers have different levels of comfort. However, there are other factors to look for like effectiveness of each method. One thing that is certain is that the days of using article sites for links are over. These days it is better to use social media. One thing that is for certain is that the algorithms make it so that people have to use social media as the easiest way to make money from their site.
Fortunately, it is easy to gain followers. All that is needed is for one to engage in topics that are related to the product they are selling from Market America. One of the best things about social media engagement is that it can be very fun. It is easy to become a very popular member of the communities of the chosen platform. Before one realizes it, he will have a large following that can bring him a large amount of income for his business.
JR Ridinger is Market America/SHOP.com’s founder, chairman and CEO. The New Jersey native founded the company in 1992. The company now has operations in 9 countries and annual sales of over $1 billion. The Market America CEO always believed in putting people first. His fells by building their own company, changing the economic paradigm and the way people shop, anyone can attain financial independence.
As early as the mid-1980s, when computers were still rarely used in business, Ridinger predicted everyone would eventually own a computer and be able to shop for the things they need without leaving their homes. He also foresaw a world in which consumers’ collective buying power would drive the market.
Ridinger’s the goal was to create a business model that was lucrative, realistic and rewards both entrepreneurs and consumers for turning their spending into earning using SHOP.COM’s 80 million products and the company’s exclusive brands. That model is now driven by the company’s revolutionary Shopping Annuity® system. With each entrepreneur having their own SHOP.COM website, they are now connected to consumers economically.
Market America/SHOP.COM is using their referral tracking system to change the way people shop. The company has generated more than $3.5 billion in profits and commissions and in excess of $6.4 billion in retail sales and created hundreds of millionaires. The company has indeed changed the world.
Today, the Market America CEO, Ridinger lives in Miami Beach and spends time with his wife, daughters and grandchildren in New York during the summer.
Market America CEO JR Ridinger recently sat down with the Triad Business Journalto discuss how his company managed to rise from humble beginnings to the billion dollar industry it has become in and of itself today.
As a retail and online marketing company, Market America had a rough beginning in the early 90s. When the company was first founded, it only had a handful of employees working around the clock to help the business thrive. In reality, the only asset the company had was the belief in it that each employee brought to the firm. Remarkably, that faith managed to help Market America overcome its early struggles to become an incredibly successful firm today.
Interestingly, Market America CEO JR Ridinger has recently made several changes to the company’s hierarchy, with his brother-in-law being named the president and chief operating officer, and his other brother-in-law being similarly named the president and chief operating officer of their site, SHOP.COM.
According to Ridinger, these shifts represent a broader plan for the company as a whole. Since the company began as a close-knit family, it only makes sense that the succession plan would incorporate familial elements throughout each facet of Market America as a whole. It will be interesting to see what the future holds for Market America, as its employees and operating officers continue to bring their enthusiastic spirit to every component of their ventures.