MLMs Are Dead, The Internet Killed Em

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by MLSmith, Jan 22, 2007.

  1. MLSmith

    MLSmith New Member

    Yep you heard me right. With attrition at around 50% people come and go in MLMs very very quickly.

    With all the options out there if someone doesn't find instant gratification then they are gone, just like that.

    It's simple to see because people mainly are just buying hope when they join your business. They buy some product, try for a couple weeks and then just quit. Mainly they will say something like, "Well I tried." But essentially they were just using that as an excuse to stay in their current situation.

    For that reason MLMs will never be the same and you can't do anything to stop it. That is why I stopped building my MLM and started building a program where I get paid first and not the company. One where I don't have to pass up any sales.

    I started in MLM and after I realized that it was going to take a long time to make significant income I went to find something else. This isn't saying I failed, not it was quite the opposite but I realized that it wasn't going to be a quick journey to financial freedom.

    I have reviewed TONS of programs online like Emerald, PAS, Predator, Liberty and I chose WMI for a few reasons.

    In the sea of potions, pills, and powders, WMI offers a product that
    actually makes a difference in peoples financial wellness. You will learn how to manage the money that you have already while you also learn to make more.

    You can make a ton of money, but keeping it, protecting it and growing it is quite another story.

    This industry does NOT teach you how to handle the money you make, and how to make it grow for you. Just having money doesn't make you wealthy.

    Think about a broke lottery winner, my point exactly.

    These skills are vital and are really never taught to home business
    owners who are susceptible to the pitfalls that come with new money.

    WMI was created to change that, to educate you in the ways of "money." So now you can truly be wealthy.

    From Day 1, WMI was legally structured with the expectation that the company will be taken public in a few years, which could mean
    significant dividends for company distributors.

    I urge you to check out other large up front commission companies
    compensation plans like Costal, Emerald Passport, Liberty League,
    Predator, etc. You will soon realize why I chose WMI over all of them.

    Do your due diligence, you owe it to yourself.

    If you have any questions,
    Let me know

    Mike Smith

  2. malibumentor

    malibumentor New Member

    Jaguar Marketing System, which I promote is a little different from the other companies you mentioned... its designed to market multipl eincome streams, so owning a Predator system in no way conflicts with promoting other programs..

    I promote LLI with my Jaguar system and the extended closing program will soon be adapted by me to make my LLI distributorship a "hands-off" program.

    For me with Jag its not an either/or question. I have BOTH a primary and the Jag system. Its a business model that makes sense in that context.

    WMI has a lot to offer though. Main issue I have with it is their marketing platform bashes compensation plans that aren't like WMI...
  3. MLSmith

    MLSmith New Member

    Thanks for the reply malibumentor. Yep I understand where you're coming from. It's really just a matter of what you like best. I encourage all of my prospects to check out other opportunities then come back to me if they like what I have to offer.

    I actually work with Jay Kubassek, who used to be with LLI.

    He said he enjoyed his time with them (I guess he should've he was one of the top income earners).

    Anyways, in the end thats really what it boils down to, present people with the info and some take it some don't.

    I really enjoy what I do because I don't try to sell anyone, that is what was so appealing to me.

    Honestly I just really enjoy helping people make money and move towards their ultimate "why." Why they are doing a home business in the first place, thats what it's all about.

    I hope you much success mali.

    Take it easy.

  4. robertarcter

    robertarcter New Member

    Greetings, MLSMITH -

    I noticed your brief thread with MALIBUMENTOR about WMI and am wondering if you might share a quick insight with me.

    Of all the online / home business opportunities I have been researching, WMI seems to offer the most "tangible" product.

    I've tried MLM and other forms of downline systems, so like many others out here in cyberspace, I've grown a bit cynical toward the whole gig, especially ones that rely so heavily on ebooks.

    My quest for an honest answer from someone is still unsatisfied; what is it that is actually making you successful with the WMI program?
    What tasks are you doing specifically day in and day out to earn your income?

    Through several other threads people go back and forth either trying to discredit one another or convince the readership to check out THEIR link / affiliate message, but nobody has once (at least that I have found yet) described what it is they are actually doing.

    I haven't joined any system yet, but frankly WMI has quickly jumped toward the head of the pack for no other reason than I can actually see and agree with the "product."

    Hoping you might be able to share some real information at your convenience.

  5. thevossman

    thevossman New Member

    I like the fact that what I am selling is not a one time sale. When I make a sale, the buyer ordes consumables every month, it is not just a one time thing. Once I sing them up, they make a purchase every month, and I get a commision from those sales, every month.
  6. pingbotan

    pingbotan New Member

    i think
    mlm is a topic that has to be discussed face to face.
    it's very hard and intangible to be discussed online.

    simply because they're too many extremes with regard to mlm.
  7. robertarcter

    robertarcter New Member


    Are you referring to WMI in terms of it not being a one time sale?
    I'm not sure I read anything about purchasing consumables....

  8. PT Dude

    PT Dude New Member

    No Robert he was just saying he preferred having he and his downline to be on an autoship monthly to get some sort of product rather than a pay plan like WMI.
  9. robertarcter

    robertarcter New Member

    Hi PT DUDE,

    Thanks for helping clarify that.

    Do you have any insight on WMI? I am still researching it and am not sure I fully understand by what you mean "a pay plan like WMI."

  10. PT Dude

    PT Dude New Member

    Meaning with WMI there is no monthly auto ship. It is more closely related to direct selling with residual income. Ive looked into the program a bit as well. I came upon another "similar" program called financial destinations inc. (google for a website)It looks like a good program but i cant find much info on it. Anyone know anything about this program?
  11. robertarcter

    robertarcter New Member

    Thanks, PTDUDE.

    I'll google it and see what I can find.


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