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Why Choose Network Marketing Over a “Regular Job”

Traditionally, we are raised believing that we have to finish school and go to college to get a good education so that we can then get a good job and toil away the rest of our lives working for someone else.

It’s slavery with a paycheck.

Here are some reasons why building a network marketing business is much better than having a job.

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Blogging to Build Your Network Marketing Business

Get My WellnessI have been actively building my network marketing business online for just over 4 years now and the single activity that has brought me the most success is blogging. Blogging works to bring in traffic to your website from social media, like Facebook and Twitter. It works for getting your website to rank well on the search engines, like Google, to bring in organic search traffic. Once people are on your website, a blog is an excellent place to interact and build a relationship with your customers and prospects.

If it wasn’t for my blog I wouldn’t have a network marketing business.

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Stair Step Breakaway Compensation Plan

The stair step breakaway compensation plan is one of the oldest compensation plans in network marketing. It works just like the unilevel plan in that everyone you personally sponsor goes into your frontline of distributors and your frontline can have infinite width. The difference is that you advance through a series of ranks until you reach a point where your organization “breaks away” from your sponsor’s organization”.

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Binary Compensation Plan

There are many types of compensation plans in network marketing right now. One of the most common with newer companies right now is the binary compensation plan.

In a binary network marketing plan, you build your team by powers of 2. You have 2 people in your front line, then they each have 2 in their front line, and so on to an unlimited depth. You will generally get paid based on the volume of your weaker leg, so your goal is to try to keep the sales volume between your two legs balanced to maximize your compensation.

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