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There is a common misunderstanding about multi-level marketing (AKA network marketing) companies.
Most people think that they are scams and they should be avoided at all cost.
While some might be scams, there are many MLM companies that are honest and trustworthy companies. In all instances you should do your research before starting a business on your own.
In a nutshell, what is MLM?
A MLM business involves the direct sale of a product from a personal recommendation. In return you would get a commission for making that recommendation that led to the sale of the product or service.
Let's compare it to an online shop. The owner sells products and they get paid when they make a sale. The biggest difference with MLM is that you can enroll other people that want to sell the products. You can also earn commissions from sales that you make, or from people that you directly or indirectly enroll.
That's the beauty of MLM. It's one of the few ways that you can make a living and earn income passively through team efforts.
Here's a popular quote from John D. Rockefeller:
"I would rather earn 1% off a 100 people's efforts than 100% of my own efforts."
The answer to this question is no, but it is commonly thought of as a scheme.
When it comes to business scams, MLM often becomes part of the discussion. Some people equate the tiered system to a pyramid shape, and therefore an illegal scheme. That's a simplified way to think about it, but that's a narrow-minded interpretation.
In an MLM, the sales reps are promoting a product and giving their personal recommendations in exchange for a commission on the sale. MLM companies have multiple levels where commissions are split.
You'll have to do you due diligence. While some reps have said that huge commissions can be earned through the initial launch phase, creating wealth for the long-term should be your goal if you're focused on long-term financial freedom.
Yes you can. Many reps are trained the traditional way.
They've been told that they have to only focus on their warm market. They'll tell you that if you focus on your friends and family, that you can recruit tons of people and make a living just on doing that.
That does work for some people, but it didn't work for me.
I had to go beyond my warm market. While I've done cold calling and knocked on doors, I don't push that and that's not what this website is all about.
So yes, you can enroll reps without chasing after your friends and family. You can enroll reps without using cold, rejection-prone techniques.
My friends and I have enrolled multiple thousands of reps by using these geometric-growth strategies, across a wide-variety of network marketing companies.
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