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Submitted by LawerenceTorre
Mon, 10 Dec 2012

For many people, multi level marketing can be summed up as providing both a positive and negative element to the online world. At this point, you might know what this means. Basically, it is the pyramid structure that MLM operates on.
You hire people to work under you and they do the same until it continues on to other people. Anyone who works at the top or bottom of the pyramid will receive a portion of the sales that are made. But, things never go as planned. This shows that it would be wise to figure out what is really going on with MLM before you get knee deep into it.
One of the worst lies told by MLMers is the "you can do this in your spare time" lie. If the things that they were saying were not made up, the multi level marketing industry would be on top of the world instead of falling on its face.
If the basic concept wasn't so messed up, then this might be a good way to make money. Besides, the concept indicates that you must hire other people to do the work on your behalf. But, the drama begins whenever people put most of their time into getting new people to join instead of selling products, which means that not that many sales are being made. Also, there is no such thing as making a decent living in your spare time. Doing a good job will take time, effort and commitment. Many people have stated that "network marketing is one of the most popular ways to get new products on the market" - many businesses have said exactly that. Actually, it is a bold faced lie. Doing door-to-door retail sales that was done 20 years ago by most MLM people is now a thing of the past. The old way of selling no longer exists. In fact, new ways that are much more efficient are being used to promote services and products everyday. If you have not figured it out, MLM relies upon other people doing most of the work for you. That's how you make a profit. Most of the people that get in believe exactly that, and therefore no one does any work at all.
A lot of multi level marketers will tell you that this business model is risk free. This is because if you don't sell the product that has been delivered to you, you can always sell it back to the company and get your investment returned to you. When it comes to returning products, a lot of programs ' policies are not easy to decipher in terms of product returns. The programs do not give members an adequate amount of time to return products. They very rarely pay you back the exact same amount you paid in; it is usually quite a lot less. Making money online is a goal that people, at different times during their life, try to achieve. Your quest for Internet riches will inevitably lead you to MLM websites that will promise to help you make money through their company and their products. Stay away if possible! Even though MLM companies look very inviting, you should try to find some other way to make money on the Internet as there are so many to choose from. Basically, don't waste your time with these companies. The reasons we've outlined in this article are just the tip of the iceberg. There are lots of other reasons to avoid it too.


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