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Discussion in 'General Advice' started by Louisa, Oct 24, 2013.

  1. Louisa

    Louisa New Member

    Hi peeps,

    I just wanted to ask, what separates your MLM company from the rest and why did you choose to go with it?
  2. Conner Hogan

    Conner Hogan New Member

    Which mlm company is that?
  3. Anders J

    Anders J Member

    After some time getting experience online I came to realize that the actual work is the same regardless of what MLM/direct sales opportunity you want to be a apart of.

    With the income opportunities being the least amount of sales needed with a product that everyone needs and a company all the biggest in the industry have been a member of at sometime in their online experience gives it credibility enough for me to pick the one I have. Ad the marketing system that works and you do not need anything else. The most reason for the biggest has left is that they have branched out to other options.
  4. PeterMFL

    PeterMFL Active Member

    The reason I joined my company (MyFunLife) is because:
    - It is NEW so that means I start from the top if I joined early.
    - There isn't a team in my country doing it yet. Trying to build the first team.
    - There's spill over so people have been placed under me without me having to do anything.
    - Good travel deals... Everyone loves Travel! and I use it often.
    - Cheap! Only $25 and can quit anytime you want without any Fee's
    - Has attracted a lot of successful leaders.
  5. discrat

    discrat Member

    I tried MLM but honestly it is just not for me. I did it offline in the Nineties and online in the 2000s.

    The thing with MLM is even though you can build a huge downline it can erode straight beneath you. I have witnessed this with my own eyes. It is like a dominos effect !

    You become dependent on other people's work. They get excited at first but when they realize there is going to be work then they start to exit. Soon others follow

    Btw, please do not use Spillover as a marketing point to secure future prospects. Spillover can be an added benefit but if you tell everyone that they can make big bucks with Spillover then you will get a bunch of people doing nothing and waiting for their uplines to put members in their downlines.

    Its a recipe for disaster.

    Just my 2 cents.
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  6. PeterMFL

    PeterMFL Active Member

    I strongly agree! I've had so many people trying to pull me out of my successful business by saying things like I'll be making up to 6000 in my first month just from Spillover...
    I just laugh and wish them luck...
  7. Anders J

    Anders J Member

    That is why you should build your list before they get into your opportunity.
  8. robinincarolina

    robinincarolina Silver Member

    As an online marketer, I am constantly approached by MLM opportunities. Every single one of them almost always go on and on about how great and different their company is. For some reason, this just does not inspire me to want to participate. I would be far more interested in the products.

    Recently, I contacted a young woman about the product of her company for I was truly interested (in the product). She told me nothing of the product and went into a sales pitch of how this opportunity would be so great for me and all about the company. She lost a sale there. The last thing I wanted was to be pressured to join her MLM company.
  9. elizabeta

    elizabeta Banned

    i work on line for some time now.i would say that every business needs hard work.i love advertising and work with people and for people.but to find the right business it could take years too.i also think spillover dont mean anything if people dont work

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