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December 19th, 2016

Multi-Level Marketing Tips

by Rahimah Sultan

 

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For those who have not saved enough there is a need for alternative ways to either save more or generate supplemental income starting now, and continuing throughout retirement. You may be one of those people for whom multi-level marketing is a good fit. Or you may just want to be involved in activities that keep you busy, relevant, in good health, and connected to others.

 

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April 22nd, 2016

Multi-Level Marketing

by Rahimah Sultan

 

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Multi-level marketing companies are legal although structured almost exactly like a pyramid scheme. A pyramid scheme is a non-sustainable business that involves the exchange of money, usually in the form of a sign-up fee, and usually has no product or service.

 

Some major indicators of a pyramid scheme in multi-level marketing are:

 

1) Focus on recruitment of new people rather than product sales
2) Claims of making money through growing a downline rather than your own product sales
3) Asking distributors to purchase expensive inventory
4) Asking you to sign a contract or pay money before you have time to read all of the paperwork
5) Products that may serve as a cover for recruitment

 

The ongoing debate is whether these companies and programs are legitimate business opportunities.

 

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December 2nd, 2015

5 Tips on Multi-Level Marketing Pyramid Schemes

by Rahimah Sultan
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There has been a lot of confusion about multi-level marketing. Although multi-level marketing follows a concept similar to a pyramid scheme, it is legal. You just have to know what to look for. “A pyramid scheme is a non-sustainable business that involves the exchange of money, usually in the form of a sign-up fee, and usually has no product or service.” For the 5 Tips on Multi-Level Marketing Pyramid Schemes Read more

 

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July 20th, 2015

Multi-Level Marketing for Additional Income

by Rahimah Sultan

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Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) is a marketing strategy in which the sales force is compensated not only for sales they generate, but also for the sales of the other salespeople that they recruit. This recruited sales force is referred to as the participant’s “downline”, and can provide multiple levels of compensation. You might be interested in pursuing multi-level marketing for additional income.

 

In multi-level marketing, companies basically promise a chance to leave your 9-5 job, be your own boss, make lots of money and to make new friends in the process. There is an ongoing debate as to whether these companies and programs are legitimate business opportunities or not.

 

The reason for most of the confusion is that multi-level marketing companies follow a concept similar to a pyramid scheme, except for two significant differences. One being members at any level of a multi-level marketing model can theoretically make income through the company’s products and/or services without signing up any new members. The second difference is that members of any level in a multi-level marketing plan can earn more than the people who signed them up.

 

For those who have not saved enough there is a need for alternative ways to either save more or generate supplemental income starting now, and continuing throughout retirement. You may be one of those people for whom multi-level marketing is a good fit. Or you may just want to be involved in activities that keep you busy, relevant, in good health, and connected to others.

 

Multi-level marketing companies are legal although structured almost exactly like a pyramid scheme. A pyramid scheme is a non-sustainable business that involves the exchange of money, usually in the form of a sign-up fee, and usually has no product or service. Following are some major indicators of a pyramid scheme.

 

* Programs that focus more on recruitment of new people rather than the sale of a product or service to an end-user consumer.

 

* Plans that claim you will make money through continued growth of your “downline” rather than through your own sales of products.

 

* Programs that ask distributors to purchase expensive inventory. There are horror stories of people with a basement or garage full of merchandise that no one will buy.

 

* Plans that ask you to sign a contract or pay money to participate in a multi-level marketing program, or any business opportunity, without taking your time and reading all of the paperwork. Talk the opportunity over with a spouse, knowledgeable friend, accountant, or lawyer. If you feel that you are being subjected to high-pressure sales tactics or are not being given enough time to review the details, go elsewhere.

 

* Products or services are simply vehicles for recruitment. The products may be gimmicks and/or overpriced, but even high quality products may serve as a cover for recruitment activities.

 

Once you have found a legitimate multi-level marketing company that you want to be a part of, you must put in the work to make it profitable. If you want to succeed be disciplined and treat it like a business and be willing to follow advice from others who have made it. Although using Multi-Level Marketing for Additional Income can be a good plan, know that it will take time to be able to replace your full-time income.

 
 

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December 27th, 2014

Multi-Level Marketing

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According to Wikipedia Multi-level marketing (MLM) is a marketing strategy in which the sales force is compensated not only for sales they generate, but also for the sales of the other salespeople that they recruit. This recruited sales force is referred to as the participant’s “downline”, and can provide multiple levels of compensation. Most commonly, the salespeople are expected to sell products directly to consumers by means of relationship referrals and word of mouth marketing. Some people use direct selling as a synonym for MLM, although MLM is only one type of direct selling.

 

I have participated in a couple of MLM companies over the years, but it was not beneficial for me nor did it suit me. Multi-level marketing is the term used to describe the compensation plan. In case you are not familiar with the term MLM, you probably recognize these companies which are a few of the top reputable MLM companies: Amway, Melaleuca, USANA, Legal Shield, Herbalife, and Shaklee. These companies sell real products. I still use products from the company I was associated with, which is in this group. I was just financially unable to keep buying the product each month to stay eligible as an associate. So whenever I see an email Ad to join a multi-level marketing venture, I ignore it. With so many scams and pyramid schemes abounding, most people shy away from MLM companies.

 

I had become so accustomed to ignoring these Ads that I almost missed out on something huge. I kept seeing Ads for a one-time $18 dollars, and I thought it must be a scam—for such a low fee. I only paid attention when a reputable friend introduced me to the program that has a ONE-TIME only fee of less than twenty dollars and an income potential in the thousands. It got my attention and I signed up!

 

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September 4th, 2013

What’s the entire buzz about GVO?

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GVO (Global Virtual Opportunities) formerly Kiosk is a company owned by Joel Therien who has a 14 year track of experience in the network marketing and internet marketing industries.

 

GVO has rapidly created a big buzz in the internet marketing and the MLM , Network marketing arenas due to the fact that it is the only company online that has the knowhow and the expertise to join these two very important business models in a once in a lifetime opportunity.

 

What makes GVO such an incredible business opportunity?

 

The answer to this question is twofold:

 

First of all when you get your hosting package through GVO you will get several services like unlimited autoresponder system, complete video marketing system with easy video producer and video hosting, full audio and video conferencing system, downtime monitoring software, that not only are included but that will also mean significant savings compared to buying all these services separately.

 

Second, you will have the opportunity to participate in a MLM compensation plan that is much more than a simple affiliate program and makes it an entire business in itself, let me explain:

 

How do I get compensated?

 

To motivate you to promote the business, GVO pays you 50% commission on the first month of every person that is directly sponsored by you.

 

Then we have the Unilevel Matrix Plan that will pay you 5% per month of up to levels down making this a full matrix of 2,046 people and that alone will earn you $4,600.00 per month!

 

Wait! It gets even better because you will also get a 20% matching bonus on your personal referrals down to 10 levels.

 

Once you have a downline of 14 people or more then you earn a new profit position in the matrix that you can also make money off of.

 

What guarantees that people will stay?

 

If you have been online for some time and you are serious about building an internet business, you know that in today’s market, these are tools that you or any internet marketer can’t afford not to have and that you will be using on a daily basis and that is the key that makes the compensation plan a very successful one.

 

With this business model you will build an organization of avid and constant users who will be using the services everyday to run their businesses and therefore will be happy to keep paying their monthly fee!

 

How do I join?

 

At GVO we even give you the opportunity to try us and fall in love with our services before you commit to a longer stay.

 

Just pay $1.00 today and this will give you full access to all the services and features for a full 14 day trial period.

 

Hope you find everything you are looking for under one roof with unsurpassed quality, see you inside!

 

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