hi tell me about your company..i want mlm company
iwant working in mlm company.
A multi-level marketing (mlm) company is a scam. It is also known as a pyramid scam. It starts with a person at the top. He recruits two people. They both pay him. Each individual recruits another two who pay him and the top person. The top person profits the most, of course, because it's his scheme. Often, there's no real product. It's just a scheme to get more people to add money.
I'm a freelance writer and am not associated with any MLM company.
MLM, multi-level marketing companies are in business and extremely successful worldwide. The majority of these companies are legitimate as they do have products that they sell. MLM in some places and companies are now being referred to as "network marketing" or "affiliate marketing". Wherein the products, goods and services cannot be purchased in a storefront, but directly from the company itself through the brokers or distributors that have access to said products, goods and services.
The concept of multi-level is in everything, all companies and businesses are built around the theme of a triangle or a pyramid. Just as most faiths and religions have a power at the top and then everything else flows under. How many companies have multiple CEOs? The CEO may have multiple responsibilities, but even if there happens to be two CEOs everyone else who works for the company is on a lower level, which in most cases means lower salary.
Granted there are people who will set up scams and schemes and call it multi-level because it is. The pay structure is what makes it be a scam or a scheme for the people who initiated the program. Network marketing should neither be confused with gifting programs that is an entirely different answer and possibly a Hub unto itself.
In network or affiliate marketing, the compensation plan is what makes it be a business just like any other traditional storefront business. When you first get started, you have to start at the bottom, where there may be more work to do and less pay with a lower commission. In network marketing it is entirely possible, according to a company's pay structure to be on a lower level and make more money than the person who recruited you. As you accomplish designated goals, you move up the ladder and the higher levels bring you more responsibility and higher pay. Just like on a regular "job", network marketing just moves along faster.
Network marketing is a multi-billion dollar industry and there are people who have worked hard and have become millionaires and billionaires as a result. Network marketing is a great way to meet new friends and build networking relationships.
The key is finding the company, the product that you like and believe in, which will enable you to be successful, as you will not be nearly as excited about something that you don't believe. You can do research on the Internet to see which company is right for you.
I'm sorry to say Shades7, that you seem very uninformed. Social commerce and social networking (networking and marketing) is the way of the future...straight from the mouths of Donald Trump (who has his own MLM company) and Facebook billionaire, Mark Zuckerberg. The only people who do not make money in MLM are those that stay on the bottom, but with a little work moving up is very doable. Think about this...the only people who don't make money in a McDonalds franchise is the cashier. As the cashier moves up in the company they make more money (and people work under them). Would you call McDonald's a pyramid scheme?
As far as the products being useless, the MLM company I'm associated with is a sponsor of the Miss American pageant, providing scholarships and provides the number 1 and oldest vitamin brand.
by Fel Amejan 4 years ago
Please share your thoughts, experiences and ideas so that others may have some ideas before joining.
by George Poe 8 years ago
Why is multi level marketing derived by the majority of people online - feedback appreciated!?I have been involved with network marketing on and off for a number of years with some success and some failure and as I travel the internet I observe a high level of bad press and criticism for the MLM...
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 Timid Networker 3 years ago
Just wondering if there are some folks out there who have made it big in the MLM world ...
by IncomePowerBoost 8 years ago
I see alot of talk about straight affiliate marketing and it really baffles me why people would put so much effort into something they only get paid on once .So I pose this question.You have product A (for this example assume “A" is a real consumable product you like of...
by dont1040 8 years ago
Question: Is your Network Marketing Busniess costing you money? yes? It's not your fault it's just that nobody has ever shown you how to do things right. They've never given you the keys to unlock your full potential online with MLM.
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