According to the Better Business Bureau (BBB), the number of people earning a lot from multi-level marketing (MLM) is small, while others don’t succeed at all.
One of the women involved in MML says she’s a full-time stay-at-home mom and a part-time business woman. This allows her the freedom to work as much as she wants or as she wants. She finds it great she can earn extra cash while being at home with her daughter. According to her, this is a calculated choice with minimal risk.
Another woman tells she has a full-time job and is involved in an MML. She’s selling makeup and skincare and is happy with the results. She is planning to quit her full-time job and focus on the MML. She thinks she cannot be sure success will be guaranteed, but she’s confident this is the path leading to her success.
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Multi-level marketing companies are the pioneers of recursive marketing or social media as it’s called now. In the 80’s and 90’s, there were no Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. So companies like Avon and Amway were training their representatives to organize real-life gatherings or parties for their family and friends to showcase the products they offered. Then, they’d ask for the sale and invite their guests to work as company representatives.
No matter your MML experience ends in success or loss, one thing is sure for both distributors and marketing professors in the field: MML thrives on social media. Some claim their marketing primarily takes place on social media. Others say they have both a Facebook page and a Facebook group that they post in daily.
It’s important to remember that MML companies will get you rich fast. Both business experts and distributors are sure success is the result of great efforts.