This thread isn't going to make me popular since
I'm "standing up" for the MLM niche in a sense.
In fact... it scares me
Ever since the second reply for this thread that
a newbie asked (very nicely, I might add) about
how to go about in internet MLM business, the
thread is littered with responses that discourage
the OP from pursuing that niche.
It's not the first time any MLM thread had it though.
Even though I believe they mean well but here's a
new person whose going into a niche and seeking
advice on how to go about it from people in this
forum... being knocked down from wanting to get
into the niche.
If you guys are wondering why there's a new flow
of people coming into the Warrior Forums asking
about network marketing, it's because of people
like Mike Dillard, Daegan Smith (just to name a
couple) who are teaching them how to use the
internet to build a legitimate online network
marketing business for THEMSELVES.
The sales model they teach is the exact same
thing in Affiliate Marketing 101 - Use squeeze pages,
use sales pages, learn PPC properly, learn how to
advertise, set up blogs, use autoresponders, article
Instead of outright telling them that MLM doesn't
work or it's a scam... isn't there a better way by
showing them how to build their own business instead
of saying that the niche doesn't work or it's a scam?
Who knows? These people might just turn out to
become your subscribers and buyers.
What are scams? Pyramid schemes, Ponzi schemes
and whatever P-schemes there are. There are "make
money online" scams too.
Infomercials with dumb blonde girls wearing low-cut
clothes that reveal Grand Canyon crevices selling
IM products - to me, are scams (or just good ol'
What do you think - is MLM really a scam?