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Top 3 Sales Questions to Ask
By Joe McVoy  

If you are interested to setup your own food delivery service or maybe you are looking for a food delivery service franchise business, you need to make sure you are asking the right questions before embarking and investing on it.

No matter how profitable they say a business could be, there are 3 basic questions one should ask to determine if a business can sustain the financial, commercial and industrial aspects of the industry it belongs to.

These same 3 questions apply in the restaurant delivery service business. You may want to make sure that it is not a business fad but instead a sustainable business. And that it has a proven system that really works.

Listed below are Top 3 Sales Questions you need to ask to help you in choosing a food delivery service business plan that would best suit your business goal - and that is "to be continuously profitable."

Question #1: Do you have a business system and could you show me how it will make a profit?

You need to make sure that you fully understand not just how the system works but on how they make money out of it. It does not really have to be a complicated explanation.

Sometimes if the system or business flow consists of several processes then it may take time before you will actually generate income with the business.
And the more straight or direct their answers are with regards to this question, it is more likely that they really mean a profitable business.

Question #2: Will my sales depend on other people's sales?

This question is linked with the first one. You need to make sure how you will earn profit or make a sale. Sure enough, you do not want to be investing on another MLM or Networking business that depends on having to recruit others before you start making money.

If MLM is really a surefire way to become a millionaire, I would be surprised why there's no noticeable increase in the number of millionaires in United States, ever since this type of business mushroomed in recent years. Maybe it helped some to become millionaires, but not all.

Again make sure that the business do not depend on other people's sales before it allows you to generate your own profit.

Question #3: Would the cost and time spent on setting up and operating the business "worth it" compared to the business' estimated net income?

You do not want to spend time, effort and money on something that will not be profitable immediately. For long term business goals, you may still want to make sure that what you earn is way better than what you have taken out of your pocket. And that the effort and time spent in the business is worthwhile.

For all these 3 questions Dine in Delivery provides definitive answers to help you gather more information about the food delivery business before venturing or investing on it.

To view answers of Dine in Delivery on these sales questions, visit Food Delivery Service Business Plan. You may also want to download our free report on how you can Start a Restaurant Delivery Service
MLM Embraces Food Storage and Emergency Preparedness
By Irene Mori  

MLM, which is the short term for multi-level marketing often preferring to use the term of network marketing, is an industry in which millions of people become involved each year. Some even make it to the status of millionaire in the process. Almost every conceivable product may be sold and purchased through this avenue of sales.

This is a people business in which the distributor, consultant, or representative is said to be in business for himself but not by himself.

 There are people in his "upline" who will help him success. There are people in his "downline" depending on him for assistance in helping them to succeed. The terms are sort of self explanatory, but each company has its own compensation plan and pay structure. They all work to some degree, especially in making the founders of the company very wealthy bringing with them a few fortunate souls who make a good living in the industry. Although most people who being the business will fail without finding any measurable financial success with it, still it is a way for the ordinary person without a lot of cash to invest to be able to earn money.

Food storage and emergency preparedness are seen to be important in this day and age. Many people have suffered in the difficult economic times. As money has become unavailable, it has become evident that being prepared for emergencies and hard times is a good thing.

Several churches and community groups have long advocated the advisability of storing extra food for a family's personal needs. It may be difficult to achieve for most people on a large scale, but it is a good idea. It is something that can be started on a small scale and added to regularly as funds become available.

During natural disasters it has been shown that government relief generally takes three days to kick in to help victims. When there is a impending major snowstorm or disaster of nature reported as being imminent, store shelves are quickly depleted. It should not be difficult to store at least three days worth of food for safety's sake.

The MLM industry has several companies involved with cater to the food storage and emergency preparedness areas. People are able to earn money as they teach and help others to become prepared for the uncertainties of life. It is possible to get on a monthly purchase plan for as little as $50 a month in order to begin a food storage program.
Often the food items used for longer term storage are dehydrated and are not the foods that people normally eat each day. It is a good idea to use the food storage once a week with a family to get them used to the taste of the food so that they will eat it if and when it becomes necessary to depend on the food storage for sustaining life.

For people interested in food storage and emergency preparedness, getting into the business through MLM may be the way to go.

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