multi-level marketing or mlm is a business strategy in which sales people recruit other individuals to sell products or services for them in order to earn a portion of their sales in addition to his or her own direct sales. however, recruitment offers greater profit potential as the sales person can have multiple income streams. mlm distributors are usually encouraged to use personal relationship ? to find recruits. for example, john ? an entire factory of ?. john decides to service ? directly, but also ? mlm business model. john hires his four younger brothers to sell his ?. in exchange, john receives a portion of his brothers direct sales. however, he tells his brothers ? also recruit their friends to help sell the ?. ?, john's brothers can collect a portion of the sales from their recruits, a percentage of which will then be added to the portion that is paid to john. muti-level marketing is a legal business practice, but it is similar to illegal pyramid schemes in it's recruitment strategies and business structure. however, there are some key differences between a legal mlm model and pyramid scheme. mlm emphasizes sales of goods and services to the consumer. pyramid schemes focus on recruitment first. mlm goods are similar in price to traditional retail ?. pyramid products are likely to cost significantly more than comparable products in retail ?. mlms have little or no startup costs. pyramid schemes may have expensive membership fees and charge you for sales training and materials. mlm can be a good source of income. however, be careful not to confuse it with a pyramid scheme. make sure to do your research first before committing both time and money.
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