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chase88
03-04-2014, 01:28 PM
I'm just wondering if anyone out there is a part of multiple MLM companies? I know people have tried various MLM companies over time (including me), but I was wondering if anyone actually sticks with multiple companies at one time?

For example, someone could be a part of a product-based MLM and also a service-based company. You wouldn't have much conflict of interest, and if you were a hardcore recruiter, you would have more options to offer people. If they arent in to nutrition, then talk about services, for example. It's always great to have multiple streams of income so I was wondering if it's viable to run two separate businesses and would like to hear some stories and experiences!

shyni11
01-12-2015, 12:26 AM
Thanks for your useful query. Long years, I involved in different network marketing companies but there I got bored also I canít earn profit what I expect. So, I regard as to purchase best mlm program from product based mlm company. For sure, at this time I contact at ARM Mlm Company after found through Google. I took reliable mlm site from there. They offer mlm script with various types of compensation plans. So, I believe you too start your mlm business from this company.

itsnotsobad
10-31-2015, 06:05 AM
You can have multiple streams of income without being in multiple mlm's. There are other ways to make money besides doing network marketing.

The only people who should be doing multiple mlm's are those that know how to multi-task, have a significant other or employee helping them, and/or those that have some kind of system in place that makes it easier to sign up people in these opportunities.

If you don't fall into either one of those categories then the odds of you having success trying to build multiple companies at the same time are pretty slim. That old saying that you can be the "Jack of all trades, but be the master of none" rings so true.

trishahicks
11-16-2015, 05:43 PM
Hello chase88

From my experience I can only share. I have three different companies I am representative for. However, I only actively market one. I love them all, but I am passionate about one. That is the key. Finding what you can be passionate about. As far as longevity, yes that is important. When you are checking out a company, ask people how long have they been in the company and using the products (if it's product based). That speaks volumes about a company and a product for that matter. In the company I work with many have been with the company in access of 20 years and taken the product for many more than that. That is exciting and something to be passionate about, something that isn't going to get old or go out of style. Blessings on your search. I'd be happy to share more if you'd like to connect with us at admin@bobandtrishahicks.com

Malik Suleman
01-06-2016, 12:27 AM
i have joined many mlm and reaing the expers advices on them

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dpkmlm
09-03-2018, 02:21 AM
We develop MLM Softwares for any type of plan for MLM business owners.

anggelina69
09-11-2019, 05:53 AM
Your job is just to set the course of the business and make sure everything goes according to the expectations and plans that have been made previously. Recruit employees, entrust certain parts of the business to others.

davidblack007
10-01-2019, 11:19 AM
Hi everyone! Thanks for information! :cool:

lishmaliny
01-27-2020, 06:02 AM
It is simply a bad idea. It will not only divide your time and passion but could send the wrong message to your downline, prospects and upline.

Lilykevin86
06-08-2020, 11:59 PM
Multi-level marketing, also called network marketing, referral marketing, and pyramid selling, is a marketing strategy for the sale of products or services where the revenue of the MLM company is derived

lishmaliny
03-01-2021, 10:00 AM
Yes, Before you start working with any MLM company do the due diligence and then decide which company you want to start with and then be with it 100%. It's not a try and succeeds field.