Lazy MLM wrote:Like Ray Higdon mentioned earlier in this thread, like 3 years ago (haha), the comp plan, while important, isn't the be all, end all everyone thinks it is.
An outstanding, in-demand product comes first.
Great support, superior customer experience, etc, gets sprinkled in too.
Then, sure, somewhere you've got the compensation plan.
I don't really get all into the complex lingo and such -- I look at how much I can potentially make per customer, what type of residual money I can earn and as long as I'm not merely making my sponsor rich, I'm happy.
But again, the product and experience comes way before...
Great post and I agree with you in lots of respects, however the pay plan, is fairly important, because you want to get the highest level you can, for the product you are endorsing
My business has upfront leveraged and residual, combined with excellent products and services right the way through it.Applied Education
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