Category: MLM

October 18, 2017

Kudos to you if you are currently online with a view to making as much money as possible. You are not being greedy. All you are trying to do like millions of others is to make a decent living from one month to the next. The stats in your state may suggest otherwise, but job security – whether you have a job or not becomes immaterial – is at an all-time low. And so here you are. You have cottoned on to the multi-level marketing scheme. It does not, however, need to remain that way. All you need to do is educate yourself a little bit more on what the prospects of online multi-level marketing proposals hold for you and how to avoid those so-called pyramid schemes or scams which regulatory bodies such as the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) are watching with an eagle eye in any case. 

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So, for the rest of the way, here is the briefest of intros to the concept of multi-level marketing for those of you approaching the subject for the very first time. The concept is a willful strategy conducted by companies that trade in direct sales to encourage their ever-expanding network of distributors – you could be one of them quite soon – to also recruit new distributors. A chain reaction is set in motion as the online band of network or sales distributors pay registered members a small cut of the company’s overall sales.

So, do be wise to that. It is going to be a very small cut, and you would have to work extremely hard to build up the sort of monthly income you might just have in mind for yourself. The job title given to you is that of downline distributor. To repeat; you are very much down the line. You are way, way down the food chain. It may seem harsh, but it is necessary to know that there are no get rich quick schemes ahead of you in this business. Take a business-minded approach towards sourcing the correct online network to work with.   

Doing this won’t be so easy for you if you are venturing into it for the very first time. But as you roll up your sleeves to get to work, you are already in business – no money having been made as of yet – as you dip your typing fingers into the good business practice of research and development (R & D). If you like, you can liken this to being the consummate deep sea diver in shark-infested waters. The waters are often murky along the way. But at least you know ahead of time that you do not need to make upfront capital investments.  

So, there you go. At least you know there is no risk of you losing any of your own money. And even if you find yourself right at home with the perfect company, promoting a product that you believe in, do not expect to be coining it immediately.

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