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What companies have you been involved with in MLM in the past?

  1. moonlights_rain profile image59
    moonlights_rainposted 7 years ago

    What companies have you been involved with in MLM in the past?

    Have you been successful in an MLM and if so what made you successful? I'm in a company that's in launch stages but find myself having trouble getting started. Just looking for some insight from someone with a little more experience.

  2. mainstreetcm profile image59
    mainstreetcmposted 7 years ago

    I have not been involved with any online MLM companies, but if they work similar to how offline MLM companies do you will want to begin recruiting your down-line immediately. The more people you can refer to your "team" the more you can get paid.

    It is important that you are being extra careful when it comes to MLM programs as they border on being classified a pyramid scheme, so keep that in mind. Additionally if you are looking for ways to make money online there are far easier ways to do so.

  3. angelacarpediem profile image57
    angelacarpediemposted 7 years ago

    Launch can be rough but if you believe in what you're selling or promoting then just stick with it till corporate gets stronger and ready to get past launch phases. I have to disgree with mainstreetm on 1 thing.

    Only network marketing companies who outright PAY for recruiting borderline on pyramid schemes because of you are paying existing reps for recruiting new reps that's similar to a ponzi scheme in that there is essentially NO real revenue being generated (because it is just churning from new rep to old rep)

    The strength of a network marketing company depends on how heavily it relies on external consumers. If reps are the biggest revenue generator then run. In my company you can make money without recruiting a SOUL. We earn $1 per person per month who uses our free search website. Come visit me for more insight on the industry and how network marketing works at the blog in my profile

  4. blindguy profile image59
    blindguyposted 7 years ago

    I have been in MLM for 39 years. I no longer get involved with start up or pre launch companies. I have seen to many crash and burn.
    I am is a sleeper company that has been around for 6 years and now hitting a large move.
    Also if tomorrow the company paid you ZERO for promoting the product are you in love and phave the passion for the product that you would keep promoting it? If not find something you are in love with. Thanks Dr Robin Rushlo

 
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