How to build a downline of a 100-500 members in less than 60 days.

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Do you want to learn how to build a downline of 100-500 in the next 60 days entirely ONLINE?

Yep, no calling friends and family or any of that dumb shit lol.

There was another post on here where the guy was asking some help, but I decided to create a new thread on it so it'll benefit all of you.

I got started in MLM a few years ago, worked hard on it for two years and had built only a team of 5 people...(who quit very early too).

Then I joined a few different groups, learned about CPA, became a master at printing cash through advertising and then decided to play with MLM recently when one of my friend re-invited me to join this new company that's famous right now.

Within no time I was on the leaderboards even though I had no list, no fan base, no credibility or whatever.

I had to do it from scratch.

In this post, I'm going to tell you what I did to make it happen step by step:-

1. I created a landing page and offered a bribe of a Free Webinar which will help them build a passive income stream online...

2. The Webinar consisted of my own slideshow presentation where I was branding myself and not the company.

3. I spent $2,500 on Solo Ads from the best solo ad expert suggested by one of my mentors to this offer. (I ended up paying $0.40/click - super cheap price)

4. I made an offer of a $37 product which includes access to a private Facebook Group.

5. I instantly generated close to 116 sales right on the webby and another 148 through the E-mail Follow which made me close to - $9,768.

6. I Indoctrinated the FB group by adding my previously successful students in there to vouch for me and create that social proof! (You don't even need to do that - just put out great content) .

7. After giving them 4 weeks of value and motivating them to feel excited, I sent them another Webby Registration Link.

8. We did another webinar, and group closed 124 people to join our team instantly! Which ended up making me a lot of money...but even more cool thing is that these guys started adding more people into our team.

9. And according to this company's comp plan, I was building a team from my member's downline as well.


That's how I crushed it!

I got bored of the MLM model again and went back to undercover travelling + CPA mode as it's much more peaceful...

But anyways, that's what I did guys - just do it in the same way or in a much powerful way and you'll definitely get results.

Thanks
Aron
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    Here is where MLM falls down most a shonky and only the person at the top makes the bucks! but with a good list you make the same in a week with just one blast

    Guess thats why MLM is not a big thing on this site most are just Pyramid schemes
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    • Profile picture of the author aizaku
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      • Profile picture of the author Tsnyder
        Originally Posted by aizaku View Post

        another MLMer,

        I swear its like whack a mole around lately.

        This is going to shock you but we agree 100% on this guy. The is exactly how MLM
        should not be done. This kind of crap is why guys like aizaku think all people in MLM
        are scammers.

        Anyone interested in building a successful long term MLM business should totally
        ignore everything the OP posted. This is not how it's done.
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        • Profile picture of the author Jonathan Mizel
          Originally Posted by Tsnyder View Post

          This kind of crap is why guys like aizaku think all people in MLM
          are scammers.
          What about the OPs post don't you like? I ask because if I were getting into MLM, I'd do exactly what he recommended.
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          • Profile picture of the author aizaku
            Originally Posted by Tsnyder View Post

            This kind of crap is why guys like aizaku think all people in MLM are scammers. Anyone interested in building a successful long term MLM business should totally ignore everything the OP posted. This is not how it's done.
            Fair enough...

            For argument's sake then why not just make it 'direct selling' and let your autoresponder/content be all the downline you need..

            Wouldn't the product take a backseat once you put priority on expanding your downline?

            Originally Posted by Jonathan Mizel View Post

            What about the OPs post don't you like? I ask because if I were getting into MLM, I'd do exactly what he recommended.
            That's what I'm saying. If a business model depended on a downline to increase profits and not on the product or it's demand. If the product was a buy-in to the business model.

            then why wouldn't the OP's post be the move for a MLMer.

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            • Profile picture of the author Tsnyder
              Originally Posted by aizaku View Post

              Fair enough...

              For argument's sake then why not just make it 'direct selling' and let your autoresponder/content be all the downline you need..
              Exactly. Why rope in a bunch of people you know you're going to abandon
              before long? That's just plain wrong.

              Wouldn't the product take a backseat once you put priority on expanding your downline?
              The product never takes a back seat in legitimate MLM. You guys
              really don't understand this business model and that kinda mystifies me.

              MLM is nothing more than a method of distributing goods and services
              from producers (manufacturers) to consumers (retail customers).

              No different than Costco or WalMart albeit on a smaller scale.. You build
              a network of people who each go out and gather a few customers. Those
              customers buy the products or services. The bulk of the profit from the sale
              goes to the distributor who signed up the customer. The rest of the profit is
              then paid out to those in the distribution chain according to whatever volume
              qualifications are specified in the distributor agreement.

              It's no different than any other distribution model in just about any other
              industry. The difference being that in MLM everyone has the same opportunity
              to build a distribution network without investing thousands or millions of dollars.

              Yes... there have been idiots and scam artists who misrepresented the system
              but that occurs in every industry. Not a day goes by that we don't see some sad
              tale of woe on the Warrior Forum about someone being scammed or someone
              misrepresenting something.
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          • Profile picture of the author Tsnyder
            Originally Posted by Jonathan Mizel View Post

            What about the OPs post don't you like? I ask because if I were getting into MLM, I'd do exactly what he recommended.
            I don't like the fact that he roped a bunch of people in
            who likely had very little experience and no previous success
            and then abandoned them shortly thereafter.

            If you're simply in business to sell a product and earn a one off
            retail profit this method is fine but MLM is not that.
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        • Profile picture of the author AronParker
          Originally Posted by Tsnyder View Post

          This is going to shock you but we agree 100% on this guy. The is exactly how MLM
          should not be done. This kind of crap is why guys like aizaku think all people in MLM
          are scammers.

          Anyone interested in building a successful long term MLM business should totally
          ignore everything the OP posted. This is not how it's done.
          Tsnyder, I don't think Aizaku has anything against the strategy - infact he spoke positively of it.

          He's against the MLM biz model, which is totally understandable.
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  • Profile picture of the author AronParker
    I don't really support MLM's too but hey if someone thinks it's the only way they can make money, I gotta help them!
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    • Profile picture of the author aizaku
      Originally Posted by AronParker View Post

      I don't really support MLM's too but hey if someone thinks it's the only way they can make money, I gotta help them!
      You have a solid plan for an affiliate marketer or product creator..

      the minute you start roping in people into some sort of wonky legacy downline where the product becomes an afterthought then you bring out the worst in people.

      anyways, best of luck with your affiliate endeavors

      take care,
      Ike Paz
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  • Profile picture of the author AronParker
    I'm not at ALL A MLM'er actually, it's just that there was a thread where a few guys were desperately begging for help and I decided to create an entirely new thread instead to help you out
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  • Profile picture of the author ghost209
    Great post Aron! What you just shared was gold. It was a solid formula that people can use to sell more of their stuff and could be applied to a ton of different things.

    Not sure why anyone's hating. There's no reason for it. You shared a great model. They could use the exact same thing to sell more affiliate products, their own product, coaching services, etc.

    You tapped into a great traffic source (high quality solo ads), you engaged them with a webinar, you offered them an irresistible offer at a low price, which built you a buyer's list and engaged - rabid cult like followers. Then after establishing more trust, you did another webinar, hit it out of the park, and sold higher ticket stuff to them.

    Bro. it's a SOLID plan and thanks for sharing. I'm sure this can definitely help some people get the wheels churning.

    While I'm not a huge fan of MLM's, there ARE some great ones out there that do have awesome products.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    I thought MLM stuff was banned from WF? Or has that changed?
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by Michael Meaney View Post

      I thought MLM stuff was banned from WF? Or has that changed?
      It was when a certain company recommended the "strategy" of spamming the WF with junk threads and shills. For awhile, it was some kind of digital septic tank backed up on the main forum.

      As far as I know, there's still a ban on linking to company provided landing pages in sigs. Might be why so many bit.ly links lately, especially among relative newbies to the forum...
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  • Profile picture of the author AronParker
    I don't think so, as there's another post where a guy was asking for advice and I decided to just do a post instead.

    And that's not just for MLM, it's for everyone who wants to sell products/programs online in an easy way.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnVianny
    The good fact is that you use a clever strategy that works.

    The sad fact is that you use it in MLM...lol
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  • Profile picture of the author madstan
    OP

    As a fellow network marketer I aplaude you for sharing your secret to success with MLM marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author AronParker
    Thanks guys! I learned it from a guy named Ace Reddy, gotta give him credit.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    I thought MLM stuff was banned from WF?
    You really have been away...

    This is not the "Allen Owned" WF, or anything close.
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    • Profile picture of the author aizaku
      Originally Posted by Michael Meaney View Post

      I thought MLM stuff was banned from WF? Or has that changed?
      Originally Posted by Brent Stangel View Post

      You really have been away...

      This is not the "Allen Owned" WF, or anything close.
      Ok, I'm not sure anymore. I could have sworn there was an MLM section/sub category here on the WF.

      but then they got rid of it and banned it, Is that right?

      Thanks,
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  • Profile picture of the author AceReddy
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    This is a great technique honestly, I've used it to make hundreds of thousands in the Coaching space for myself and my clients.

    I think Aron is agains the idea of MLM too but since MLM guys are more like a cult and want to stay loyal to their cult, he wrote this to help them out.

    Here's what I'd use the MLM bizopp model for honestly,

    I use it to amplify my following and fans.

    Your team members bring in more team members and if you are the guy who creates the system for the company, all their team members now know you too and will buy from you in the future.

    The "great product" thing doesn't even matter, make your bonus more valuable than the product itself if that's really your concern.

    I'm sure most Aff Marketers/CPA Marketers got started with bizopp models and that's where they learned mindset stuff, etc.

    But here's what I'll tell you.

    If you're doing MLM to make money through it long term, your business will die.

    But if you're the MLM business model as a front to sell high end coaching programs and to amplify your following, it's an amazing strategy.

    Thanks
    Ace R
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrewsfm
    This is a good method for an affiliate system with upsells and high ticket products, rather than MLM.

    MLM requires big teams and team building where as affiliate systems like above don't.
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  • Profile picture of the author AronParker
    Tsnyder, i'd like to ask you a simple question - how much money have you made so far online? and when did I ever speak about "Abandoning People"?
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    • Profile picture of the author Tsnyder
      Originally Posted by AronParker View Post

      Tsnyder, i'd like to ask you a simple question - how much money have you made so far online? and when did I ever speak about "Abandoning People"?
      I've earned a full time living working very part time online
      since the old days of local bulletin boards and Usenet.
      If I told you how much you wouldn't believe me anyway.

      My MLM income... residual since the mid 90s... is the current
      subject of your dreams.

      As for abandoning your people... John McCabe answered that question.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Originally Posted by AronParker View Post

    I got bored of the MLM model again and went back to undercover travelling + CPA mode as it's much more peaceful...

    Thanks
    Aron
    Any of this sound familiar? Maybe that's where he got the idea you abandoned them. That's what it sounds like to me.

    Sounds like "I did this, made some quick money, got bored and went back to something else."

    What does it sound like to you, remembering that all we have to go on is what you post?
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  • Profile picture of the author AronParker
    That was just what I did, and No I didn't abandon them - they were still receiving my support, it's just that I didn't want to continue making money with that biz model.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by AronParker View Post

      That was just what I did, and No I didn't abandon them - they were still receiving my support, it's just that I didn't want to continue making money with that biz model.
      Fine. Good on you for not abandoning them. But I have to ask again, since you seemed to think the question was a personal attack...

      What does it sound like to you, remembering that all we have to go on is what you post?

      (You don't need to answer if you don't want to. I'm making the point that there are posters who write something and then get bent out of shape or offended because responders responded to the content of the post, not the unknown and unrevealed context.

      In your case, had you simply wrote something like 'while I still support the people who signed on with me, I no longer build using this model', it wouldn't have been as issue.)
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris-
    Interesting discussion about MLM.

    Personally, I want a business, not a job . . . I am defining a business as something that can be outsourced or sold, and a job as something that cannot . . . so MLM is not an option for me. I want to set up an income-source, then outsource nearly all of it, and move on to other projects, and travelling etc. That's my aim.

    I did get one good idea from the original poster . . . I am trying to build a Group right now, and I realized that I can post all the positive comments on all my IM products, as social proof is often a good thing to do. So I'll be trying that later today, thanks for the idea

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  • Profile picture of the author maxsi
    Think OUTSIDE the box <= for me it's the best thing in internet marketing

    Make $5K - $7K per month is pretty simple with the right strategy
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    • Profile picture of the author myob
      Originally Posted by Srikanth Reddy P View Post

      if you have plans for your Affiliate Marketing better do it that but i would like to suggest the other way which is offline marketing where you can build above mentioned leads per month without spending a penny for advertising through offline marketing.

      For more regarding MLM/Network Marketing feel free to subscribe
      There are quite a few MLM marketers right here on the forum generating online leads without spending a penny (sig files for example), and without using such blatant and offensive methods as above. This type of spamming does not work and only gives MLM an unfavorable image.

      [Note: Link modified for educational purposes]

      [Edit: post removed by mods]

      This is one of many examples of why MLM has been given a bad rap. It has such a low cost of entry that most people don't treat it like a serious business, and throw out all but the most insane marketing gimmicks.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnVianny
    COOL BRO!

    Can you tell us who's that reliable solo ad seller?
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