Ann Sieg is someone whom we can say that has “been there, done that” in the world of network marketing. With almost twenty years of experience in network marketing, she has already experienced a lot – what works, what does not work, the ups and the downs. And a lot of the downs.

Because of this, she thought of reinventing the traditional network marketing ways that actually work. She has authored two great but controversial books about network marketing: the “Renegade Network Marketer” and the ì7 Great Lies of Network Marketing. Below are the detailed reviews of her books to see why.

The Renegade Network Marketer

In this book, Ann Sieg has created a new way towards multi-level marketing success. She worked very diligently to research and tested various marketing techniques and strategies that will work for an MLM business. She then created her own way of using attraction marketing techniques to draw network marketing prospects into her business. She used these techniques in her own business and now, shared it with the world by writing this book.

The book talks about what your upline is not telling you. It tells you that traditional marketing methods and techniques are not helping you in your network marketing business and is in fact, hindering you towards success. She says that almost everything you learn from basic network marketing is useless. To sum up, she has one advice for struggling network marketers: betray the traditional MLM ways.

She has written ways that will make sub-representatives and clients come to you, not the other way back as have been taught. She calls every network marketer to unlearn the traditional ways and equip them to another strategy that works. The Renegade Network Marketer offers a step-by-step process that shows you how you can get a constant flow of quality prospects that need not to be forced in order to generate sales and how to manage a big downline, among others. It will spill all it takes to run a successful MLM business. Although this book has had its shares of controversies (because of its strolling away from traditional network marketing ways), read it. Then, you will know for yourself if this book is in fact, effective.

The 7 Great Lies of Network Marketing

Like the Renegade Network Marketer, this book has also been controversial. This 35-page book has the same view on traditional network marketing ways: abolish them. Here, Ann Sieg opens your eyes on, what she says, lies that have been taught to you by your upline. She said that there are a lot of misleading claims and half-truths that are being told everyday to both distributors and prospects and that this book will show you what they are. And this book will tell you what and why.

Ann Sieg’s books aim to help the network marketers out there who are struggling to get past the lows of the business. She says enough is enough for them, thus, the books. Although she does not plan to target any upline marketers, she has ruffled a few feathers with her books and their titles. You may still be struggling in what network marketing ways to employ. The MLM business is a trial and error process so why not try them both? Then see for yourself who is lying and who is not.