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What is Network Marketing and How Does it Work?

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What is network marketing and how does
it work? Is it a pyramid scheme? Is it a scam?Is it illegal? I get a lot of questions
about network marketing on this channel. And in this video, I’m going to address
exactly how it works. How you get paid, what it is, what it’s
not and I’m going to go over 3 specifictactics that you can use to blow up your
network marketing business, automate itand make tons of money. Let’s get it. Okay,
so this is a big pyramid. And this is thecompensation structure of network
marketing. “Doesn’t that mean it’s apyramid scheme?” Okay, hold on, hold on. This
is a pyramid and this is thecompensation structure for any company
in existence today. Okay? Any companyworks with the compensation structure
where the people at top get paid morethan the people working at the cash
register, okay? Every single company I’veever seen in my existence. The person who
owns amazon. com makes way more moneythan the person who you know, the
executives running Amazon. And theexecutives running Amazon in Seattle
make way more money than the driversactually delivering the product to your
doorstep. So, just to kind of get rid ofthis idea, everything’s a pyramid scheme
people. Donald Trump is one of therichest people in America. He’s also the
most powerful person at top. Look at anyworld leader. They’re generally richer.
Most world leaders are richer than thecommon folk. So, everything is a pyramid
scheme by that. The second thing you haveto understand what network marketing is
not. It is not taking advantage offriends and family if you have whatever
most people have like 5 friends. Ifyou have 5 friends you get all of
them become customers and you make $100each, your business is done then. You
aren’t going to make any extra money. Whatnetwork marketing is not is. . . It’s you
know, it needs to be a sustainablebusiness out and it you have to go
outside of your friends and families. So,selling to friends and family is not
even a question. It’s not even the wayyou should do network marketing. It’s a
tactic but it’s not a sustainable tactic. Now, the third thing that work marketing
is not. It is not get rich quick, okay? Youcan get rich quick but generally
speaking, this is a business. This is aself-employed business where you have to
work hard to sign up people to buythe product or the opportunity. I’m
going to go into compensation structurein just a second here. Okay, so in network
marketing, you can make money 1 of 2different ways, okay? On one hand, you can
sell the product. For instance, Herbalife. You’re selling protein powder and
supplements. Other companies you can sellskincare. Whatever it is. On the other
hand, you could sell the opportunity. Andselling the opportunity is getting other
distributors, is what they’re called orother people signed up to sell products
for you, okay? You’re creating a team justlike any company has a manager and they
have employees under them. So, you’recreating your own little business. Iit’s
one of the fastest ways to create yourown little business. Now, before I get too
deep into things. If you do networkmarketing, type in the company you work
for or you did work for in the commentsbelow. And if you did work for a company
or tried it, let me know how many yearsago you worked for that company. You know,
there are a lot of companies out there. And an interested to know if any of you
have done it before. And if so, whatcompanies you worked for. Now,
let’s say you’re up here and you sell. . . You get 2 customers that buy the
product from you, okay? So, you get acustomer right here that buys the
product and then you get a anothercustomer who’s more interested in
starting their own home business sellingthe opportunity, okay? So, either way, you
get 50. . . . Generally speaking the compensation plan
looks like 50%. So, you earn 50%. So, let’s just say. . . Let’s make the
numbers easy or $50, okay? Every monthfrom this person. Now, with the second
person, you’re selling the opportunity. You’ll make $50 a month.
You know, you’re making 50%. But let’s saythey also signed up to people under them,
right? Now, you are making 25% of whateverthese people make. So, in essence, this one
customer, you’re earning $50 a month plus$25 a month times 2. So, you’re earning
$100 a month off of this one person. Now,here’s where it gets a little crazy is
if those 2 people sign up, if those 2people decide to start their own teens
and bring people under them to startselling the product, then you make a
percentage. Something like 5% ofthose customers. Now, this is what it
looks like when you add like a 3rd tieror something like that is that you start
making money from those people you sold. But then you start making money from the
people they sold and then you startmaking money. People built teams under
them. So in essence, you know, I just didsome quick math here. But you would make
$50 from the top person whereasyou made from the one customer
who bought the product whereas you make$130 a month
from the person who’s selling theopportunity. And from that person selling
the opportunity, they’re signing up morepeople. So they’re expanding. And that’s
where the forms of leverage of networkmarketing come about is that you can
sign up a lot of people and it willcontinue to grow even if you’re doing
nothing. That’s the dream. Now, this isstarting to look a little a
pyramid-shaped, right? It’s just peopleselling people selling people selling
people. Now, where network marketingcompanies become pyramid schemes is when
all they have is an opportunity? Theydon’t have an actual product that is
being sold. So, if you are only selling. . . Ifall the company does is have an
opportunity rather than an actualfundament of. . . You know, whatever that’s
education or a physical product orsomething to. . . You know that. . . That’s
the real thing they’re selling. Then it’sjust a money gameand that’s a pyramid scheme now the other thing you’ll notice is this is not affiliate marketingalthough network marketers, shame on you
if you’re calling it affiliate marketing. It is not affiliate marketing because
affiliate marketing doesn’t havemultiple tiers of referrals.
Generally speaking, affiliate marketing,you only get paid if somebody buys the
product. Some companies have a secondtier where they pay the people who refer
the affiliates like me, okay? Because Irefer a lot of affiliates to a lot of
companies. But that’s where it stops. Affiliate marketing and network
marketing are different because networkmarketing has so many different layers
whereas affiliate marketing, 95% of thetime it stops at one layer. Oh, sorry. Did
I just get a phone call that you want tolearn the 3 ways to start getting
customers in your network marketingbusiness, okay. Okay, I’ll get to that
right now. Here, let me get to that. Okay. So, let’s get to the 3 ways that you
can examples of how you can sell and getcustomers to your network marketing
business. Okay, but first there’s a quotefrom John Rockefeller which is
I would rather earn 1% of100 people’s efforts rather than a
100% of only my own efforts. This is an interesting quote. And the
richest man who ever lived in the worldsaid this. And the reason is is because
if something happens to you, you get sick,your mom gets sick and you want to visit
her. Your car breaks down, you justfeeling low-energy you’re exhausted at a
particular day. You’re hungover. You feellike going shopping. There could be a
million reasons why you don’t want towork. When you have other people working
for you, you continue making money nomatter what. A network marketing is the
fastest way to build teams, to build yourcompany and have people working for you.
Let’s move onwards. Okay, so now we see. . . Check this video out and now this is a
girl. You can see she has a YouTubechannel. Her name is Amy Darlie or that’s
what she says her name is on YouTube. And she’s 68 thousand subscribers and
she is selling the product. She works fora company called Rodan and fields. And
you’ll see here, she is talking she isshowing her actual skincare routine.
She’s showing how the product works, whyit’s better.
She’s showing how she applies it. She’steaching how she uses it and she even
scrolls through and shows you theingredients and what other people are
saying about the product. So, this is agood way of selling the product. And
again she’s doing it through YouTubebecause people want to see how something
is applied when they’re buying skincareproducts. Let’s move to the second
example of how you can sell networkmarketing by selling the opportunity. If
you saw the math that I just did, youwould have seen that you actually end up
making more money if you sell theopportunity than if you sell the product.
And it’s because you’re building a teamand you’re utilizing leverage. So, you can
make almost three times as much sellingthe opportunity which is why many people
sell the opportunity. And also, we’re partof a growing trend. A wave that is going
to continue taking over where peoplewant to work for themselves. People want
to go back to being in control of theirlife. And if you are committed to taking
back control of your time from the fakenews media, from the social media and
from the corporate world who wants youto be a slave, write in the comments “take
back control” #takebackcontrolbecause this is a serious much bigger
discussion we should all be having butthis is one of the methods that you can.
Let’s go into how to sell theopportunity. Okay, so here we are in a
video for again Rodan and fields andit’s a video by Sarah Robbins. Notice
it’s opening with nice cars showingluxury items and because it’s selling
the opportunity. And here is one of Iguess one of the top network marketers
in the world. Sarah Robyn showing how great this
company is Rodan and fields and talkingabout how it’s changed her life and how
it canfor you too. One quick note about network
marketing which is kind of interestingis that there’s more women that tend to
be in network marketing because I thinkwomen are better at social
media, they’re better at networking. Idon’t know why. Sorry I’m generalizing
but it is something you tend to see. Now,she’s selling the lifestyle and the
opportunity, that’s great. YouTube’s great. Let’s go on to the third method that you
can sell network marketing and getcustomers. But this time I’m going to look
at a man at Instagram and his name isBrandon Tieger, okay? Right there Brandon
Tieger. Asian guy from Australia. And yousee. . . What do you think he’s selling? Do
you think he’s selling the opportunityhere or do you think he’s selling the
product? I don’t even know what theproduct is in this. It looks like there’s
two cute blonde girls. You know, I don’tthink he could sell those. So, he’s
selling the opportunity and he’s sellingthe lifestyle. And you can see, he likes
fancy cars, expensive sneakers and goodlifestyle, palm trees and all that jazz.
The way to sell the opportunity is toshow off the lifestyle. You want to show
the money that people can make with thecompany if you’re going to sell it
correctly. No, I don’t sell networkmarketing but I would be good, I think.
It’s selling it. If I like, if I were toget into it. Boom baby! So, that’s how it’s
done. You saw a couple examples. You learnthe compensation structure. You learn
most importantly what network marketingis not. Now, if you enjoyed this video,
make sure you subscribe, hit thatnotification bell and join the money
club. You can click join on the moneyclub if you want to be a part of my
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message Tony Robbins for me, send him adirect message on Twitter and say, “That
you should feature this guy in your nextvideo, okay?” Just do this for me.
First off, that is your homework andthat’s going to help you and it’s going to
help me. And I’d love to move thiscommunity to the top. So, I’ll talk to you
soon. Make sure to subscribe. Excited tohelp you make money and once again, if
you’re committed taking back control ofyour life type in “take back control”
because we’re gonna do this, baby. Let’s get it.

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