Multi-level marketing RVers find MLM a legitimate way to earn sales commissions and build an RV based business. Multilevel marketing is not the same a pyramid scheme. It isn't a get rich quick scam.
I hear from a lot of work campers who are independent sales associates of MLM companies. Some are working their business and making a substantial income. Others play with it and make a little. And, some do nothing and therefore make nothing.
Those who work their business as a business can make excellent money. They sell product. And they often sponsor others into the company.
As an independent sales associate, you are a business owner. Many multilevel marketing companies provide what you need for a solid business foundation. They have excellent products, good support, and pay decent commissions.
Illegal pyramid schemes are scams with no real product to sell.
Multilevel marketing companies are not all created equally. Some multi-level marketing (MLM) plans are better for RVers than others.
Multi level marketing companies often times get a bad rap. But, many of them are solid companies that have been around for decades. Many of the products are high quality and are in high demand.
Many of these multi-level sales programs and the recruiting that goes with them are good. They provide training, motivation, and a steady stock of merchandise to sell. They are profitable and convenient for RVers. The commissions they offer are attractive. Who can knock a residual income?
Scams exist, of course. If there's no product to sell, it could be an illegal pyramid scheme.
Real multi-level network marketing plans have real products to sell. You sell, you make a commission. Additionally, you benefit from bringing others into the company and helping them to sell the products. But that recruiting and building a down-line is an option, not a requirement.
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