With inflation in the Philippines running over 6%, many people would be looking for extra income to augment the rise in consumer prices and maintain or improve their lifestyles. Considering some 88% of Filipinos are classified in the income range of DE (lower income), most will resort to selling products using credit lines extended to them or low capital businesses, […]

Many people aspire to have personal freedom and financial independence or want to be an entrepreneur but do not have huge capital. The route is typically via trading (buy and sell), opening a small neighborhood store or eatery, getting a franchise kiosk, or becoming a multi-level marketing (MLM) distributor. MLM, also known as network marketing, is a modern direct sales […]

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Q1 Question to Max VP for Asia Joey Sarmiento: Using layman’s terms, what is pyramiding and what’s the main difference between legitimate multilevel marketing (MLM) and pyramiding? Answer: Network marketing or MLM is a legitimate mode of business wherein products are sold via person to person selling instead of the traditional way of selling from a fixed retail location; the objective is to sell products […]

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MLM is an acronym for Multi-Level Marketing, also known as network marketing. It is a form of direct selling but with the compensation plan as its core innovation; rewarding sales from people directly and indirectly recruited. The MLM compensation plan is designed in a way that network members will recruit their own downlines, which used to be the never ending […]

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My article, “Identifying Pyramiding Scams”, has become the most popular entry in my blog www.josiahgo.com to-date.  As network marketing or multi-level marketing (MLM) becomes more popular, so are the numbers of unscrupulous companies calling themselves ‘MLM’ increasing, when they are actually scams. Some readers may be curious about binary plans that balance the number of recruits on your right and left sides, […]

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Among the multilevel marketing (MLM) or network marketing compensation plans being used (and abused) nowadays is the binary plan. This kind of plan allows distributors to have only two direct or first-level distributors. Any additional distributors sponsored have a “spillover” effect, meaning, they are placed at levels below the sponsoring distributors’ first-level. Compensation is paid based on balancing volume on the right and left leg. […]

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