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My Views On Multi-Level Marketing

Published on 8/22/2015
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Multi Level  Marketing continues to be the subject for much discussion. There are those who are skeptical  and continue to believe that it is  a pyramid scheme.

Is it a Pyramid scheme? I say No. Is it direct sales marketing  I believe it is so.
For those who continue to think of multi-level marketing as a pyramid scheme I want you to think on this:

The head of a sales Company for example is the Chairman, then there are board members who are mostly directors of the company; Chief executive, sales director, marketing manager and below those are other staff members - sales person, administrative staff, just to name a few. Is this a pyramid? multi-level marketing?  If so, how is it then different from the online structure?

If you think about it companies have been structured, functioning and continue to operate along the lines of multi-level marketing for years on the model of pyramid and multi-level marketing that is really no different to what presently pertains online - so I believe.

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What is important is that you carefully do your research so you do not fall prey to those who would otherwise not be honest in their dealings, trying to make a quick buck and then disappearing.

Recently there was an article in Forbes magazine authored by Robert Laura and titled:"Would You Join A Multi- Level Marketing Company for Retirement Income." In his article Mr. Laura mentions the AARP's statistics which estimates that half of all baby boomers (76 Million) are interested in starting a business.  This is being shown to start a massive trend in the online business.

A number of retirees, potential retirees, are seeking reputable Multi-Level Marketing companies to  begin their from home business as an alternative to the daily grind of the corporate world, as a safety net for their fast disappearing hard earned savings and to stem its outflow, and their disenchantment with the corporate world. Fueled by these reasons they are sometimes easy targets.

The best time to start thinking about your retirement is before the boss does.
Author Unknown

Retirees are targeted with many offers being pitched to them and they are often confused about choices to make.  Some continue to believe that multi-level marketing is a scam. I however feel that  the requirements of compliance by the FTC will make it difficult for companies to resort to or continue with scams. You should nonetheless be cautious and do your due diligence.

In conclusion, multi-level marketing contributes to a feel good feeling.  For retirees it is not always or is entirely about making money. Meeting and communicating with some amazing new people from around the globe, traveling to places you have not previously been, something different and challenging, while making money, learning new things and acquiring important information, are just a few of the benefits most retirees reap.

“A man approaching retirement called the retirement office to inquire about his pension. Afterward, he was asked if his wife worked. “She’s worked all her life making me happy”, he replied. “Yes sir, but has she earned money to receive her pension?” “When we got married we agreed on an arrangement”, he said. “I would earn the living, and she would make the living worthwhile”.

“Make the living worthwhile”…have we forgotten the very essence of that? Have we forgotten to live for someone else, that doing so IS what makes a living worthwhile?”
? Kelly Crawford


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