Is it because saying “This is not about Multi level Marketing” is such a great line to prospective recruits?
Catchy isn’t it?
You say, and I quote: “Lets break down the phrase Multi-level marketing. It means in its most absic [I think you mean basic] form, that you market to multiple levels. Meaning that you buy somethign [sic] and then re-sell it.”
“Multi level means that you market to multiple levels… that you buy something and then re-sell it” ???????
What a pathetic definition, Mike. Could you not come up with something better.
I’m sorry, I have to say it again, “… that you buy something and then re-sell it.” Oh, my god, you crack me up.
I suppose that means all retailers are MLMs???
They all buy stuff and then re-sell it.
MLM is making MONEY from multiple levels. Just like you can in Melaleuca – you know, all those generations you try to recruit and then SELL them on your products and then SELL them on the opportunity.
Melaleuca is no different from any MLM; Amway, Herbalife, DS Max etc etc – they are all the same and offer no better or worse opportunity then any other business. You even support this claim yourself Mike. You say, and again I quote: “Dont forget folks just like any business, you have to work at it.” Exactly, Just like ANY other business. No work, no money. So, why bother joining; and having your friends and family hate you and be embarrassed at how you constantly SELL SELL SELL your OPPORUNITY to every single person with whom you come in contact.
I am happy for you all to succeed, and I sincerely hope you do, but please do not insult my intelligence by saying something is not what it most assuredly is.
- Mark – Sydney, Australia