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Thursday, June 29, 2017

How To Manage Your Monkey Multi Level Marketing

One old way to raise your available income is by pursuing
multi-level marketing. 

You don’t see multi-level marketing as much today, but it is still around.

Many people confuse multi-level marketing with the old
pyramid scams.  There is a very fine line
between them.

In multi-level marketing, a person sells products.  He makes money by selling the products.  He also recruits others to sell the
products.  He makes money off the sales
of the people he recruits. 

The more people he recruits, the more he makes.  Meanwhile, those he has recruited are
the product.  They are also trying to
recruit more people to sell the product.
This may go several layers deep. 

The problems start when those people start recruiting people
to recruit people and no one is selling the product.

We were involved with Amway many years ago.  We made a pretty decent business and never
signed up one person.  Not a one.  We made money from our sales.  It worked well for us. 

We got out when David changed jobs and we got
pregnant again.  There just was not
enough time to work the job we had going and tend to our other needs.  It did work for us. 

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