Anti-MLM? I Was Too Until…

If you’re anti-MLM, I know where you’re coming from. I was too.

After spending several years working a traditional network marketing program that nearly everyone is familiar with, I realized that although I was seeing results in the eyes of other people involved with the company — my business wasn’t really growing. In order for a network marketing downline to truly duplicate, there are certain things that need to take place and they weren’t in my business. To sum it up, I developed the mindset that success in network marketing deals just wasn’t easily duplicated and therefore became “anti-MLM”.

Recently however, I was exposed to a new breed of network marketing opportunity. One that incorporated something that I was familiar with, the Internet. This particular program removed all of the barriers that were typically met by newcomers to a multi-level marketing program by boiling success down to a formula, automating it, and opening that system up to it’s members.

The result is a program that produces a consistent result no matter who is promoting it. By taking the human element out of the equation, it levels the playing field and allows anyone who is willing to focus on promoting the opportunity a real shot at building a serious downline.

With the rise of the Internet, the MLM industry has been revived and given new life. For the first time in ages, brand new network marketers are coming out of the woodwork with inspiring success stories due in part to powerful online marketing techniques and systems.

Hopefully this article has given you some food for thought if you’re anti-MLM as I was. The days of hounding your friends and family are over, and being involved in a network marketing opportunity has never been more fun or rewarding.

 

 

“Building Leaders To Lead”  — Jason Paul Smith

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