Downline building seems to be difficult

by sundaram 1 replies
Don't you feel that it is very difficult to build downline in any affiliate business? Well, once we build good downlines we are bound to earn residual income too. The problem is in the building up of downline. This is because many referrals remain inactive.
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    ya your are right its very hard to build downlines in affiliate marketing, i also joined as an sfi affiliate last month..and i already build 20 in my downline, but many are inactive...
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