I suppose all plans are different and there may be some that work. I've got friends that join every multilevel marketing plant they can find and they still live a paycheck away from homelessness, so I'd say that at the very least they should be approached with skepticism. Most plans seem to be more concerened with selling the marketing plan than with selling the product.
I do know that multilevel Marketing will make your friends avoid you.
I first came across multi-level marketing about 11 years ago when I was introduced to Amway although looking back my Mum was an Avon Lady when i was only seven years old so I guess it really goes back 47 years for me in any case.
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Yes it works, but are you or your friends willing to work? If they run it like a hobby and don't put in the hours and elbow grease it takes to run a business then they will fail. MLM has a very high turnover rate,
Most people think they only have to sign up a few people and sell them a bunch of products. In a perfect world maybe. But not typical. I'm with a company that has a few different products, I only concentrate on one product. The truth is, it's not a product. I donate meals to starving kids. The more kids I feed the more money I make. It's different than your normal mlm, but I love it. I get to help kids, make money, get huge tax write offs and I don't stalk up on a bunch of useless crap that I don't use anyway. I think it's one of the best systems I've ever seen. Just my 2 cents.
by Anita Saran 5 years ago
My new hub about using pyramid energy to improve life keeps showing me a warning about it containing multilevel marketing content - I wonder why. It certainly isn't that. http://anitasaran.hubpages.com/hub/Pyra … s-and-MoreThanks for any insightsBestAnita
by aka-dj 7 years ago
Perhaps I should rephrase that.Have you not achieved any success at these?If so, what do you put it down to?
by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
I saw someone advertising Ashmax and was wondering if anyone can tell me WHY it's a scam? There seems to be NO anti-Ashmax sites or pages out there. There's got to be some dirt on it somewhere....
by shauncr 6 years ago
Most skin care products promise the earth but deliver very little.Many are just placaebos that make you feel good because you are taking some kind of action to take care of yourself but most offer few if any real solutions.I believe that beauty products that say they can reduce wrinkles or give you...
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