Questions About Mlm

David asks…

What is DUBAI MLM ?

Pl. visit da site

Is it genuine ?



means multilevel marketing..
It has its pro and cons
But as a business development manager….I will advise you not to get exploited by such things…because it has a hidden cost which the company never pays.

Thomas asks…

what is MLM?how does MLM work?


Multi-level marketing (MLM) is a business model that combines direct marketing with franchising.

Multi-level marketing businesses function by recruiting salespeople (also called Distributors, Independent Business Owners, IBOs, Franchise Owners, Sales Consultants, Beauty Consultants, Consultants, etc.) to sell a product and offer additional sales commissions based on the sales of people recruited into their downline, an organization of people that includes direct recruits, recruits’ recruits, etc. This arrangement is similar to franchise arrangements where royalties are paid from the sales of individual franchise operations to the franchisor as well as to an area or region manager, but in some MLM programs, there can be seven or more levels of people receiving royalties from one person’s sales

Donald asks…

what is MLM?


MLM can be an abbreviation of:

* Mail List Manager
* Marxism-Leninism-Maoism
* Multipurpose Laboratory Module, planned Russian module of the International Space Station
* Multi-level marketing
* Morelia International Airport in the IATA airport code
* Military Liaison Missions, an American Cold War unit, in the Group of Soviet Forces, Germany

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Questions About Network Marketing Books

Mary asks…

What a musician should listen to in the car a good audiobook or a good record?

Hi guys i’m a full time musician and i like listen audiobooks in my car about my profession, like marketing, networking, goal setting etc stuff that help me eventually my career develop the problem is that i need also to listen good records for more “musical” reasons, what should i do? It’s not only the drive time that i can use but cannot know how to find other time to do that..
Any help?


I have an incredible musician friend, a guitarist virtuoso, who actually limits the amount of new music he listens to so they avoid being too influenced, That said, I always found that a bit odd. I know of no writers who do not read, for instance. But it works for him, and I am no musician.

I am a big fan of both music and audio books. I would suggest that you get a portable MP3 player or use your phone to include files for both audio books and for music. That way, it is easy to switch back and forth. I am never without mine. I often prefer audio books while driving, and use my MP3 player while shopping, etc. I can accomplish more while listening to music without being distracted by an audio book. Perhaps you could also listen to your audio books in the car, and start listening to music at other times?

You could also try the radio for some music, if you have a good station in your area. There’s a lack of interesting new music on the radio in my market, sadly. When I am at home, I use my XBox 360 or my laptop to listen to music on I have found some of my favorite bands using And it’s free!

Good luck in your career!

John asks…

What is an easy online grade book for middle school teachers?

I am teaching multiple grade levels 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math and wanted to use a web based grading book that allows you to print up reports for each student. Thanks in advance!!


I’m sure it’s not the most powerful grading book, but I have been using Edmodo ( for a little over a year.

Essentially, it’s a secure social network designed for classrooms. You can post assignments and interact with students who have to be given password access to your online classroom.

The gradebook allows you to monitor grades, has a few nice charts and graphics and also allows the kiddos to check their own grades at any time, day or night. To me, that’s the best part. It almost entirely eliminates the constant “What’s my grade?” questions we all know and love.

Now, the conversation goes something like this:

“What’s my grade?”
“Have you checked Edmodo?”
“Well… Check.”

It even has a decent smartphone app on the Android/Apple market.

Betty asks…

How does someone get a book published?

I’m finishing a book I’ve been working on for a while now, and I am interested in getting published but do not know how to do so. What channels do I go through? How do I get published?


To get a book published (not self-publishing)-

- Finish the book. By that I mean proofread it a couple of times, make sure its perfect. You only get one chance to make a first impression.
- Get a copy of something like Writers and Artists Yearbook (UK) or Writers Markets (USA). The book will have listings of reputable publishers and agents. Check their websites for their submission details and make sure you follow them to the letter.
- Usual practice is to send a query letter first, along with a full synopsis. Sometimes they also ask for sample chapters and / or your writers CV. There are a number of sites and books that tell you how to write the perfect query / synopsis / CV.
- They will take up to three months to respond with a yes or no answer, sometimes asking to see the whole book if they’re interested. This isn’t a guarantee of a yes; they sometimes still reject you afterwards. If you haven’t heard anything after about two months, you can send a polite enquiry and ask if they have had the chance to read your work yet. Some don’t like multiple submissions to other publishers at the same time, so check their rules and regulations.
- When you finally get a yes, and an offer of a contract, read it carefully. Make sure you have no doubts about anything in it. Publishers are happy to explain points to you if you are unclear (after all, they’re there to help. Without your book, they don’t get their percentage). There are also many websites that can help you out with understanding contracts. If you have an agent. They can do this for you too.
- Once you’re signed, the publisher will start with information and cover designs etc. You have input in the cover from the questionnaires they get you to fill out but they get the final decision.
- Then the editing begins. You can go through rounds of edits before both you and they agree that your book is ‘finished’.
- After that its a case of waiting for the release date and following the marketing ideas that the publisher sends you, networking, posting on blogs and sites to get people to know your name and book.

People will tell you that you need an agent. You don’t. I have two publishers for two different books and I don’t have an agent; I deal directly with the publishers. Many of the larger publishers are unwilling to read unsolicited material but there are a lot out there who will if you look for them. An agent will make things easier for you, and they will be able to open doors that you can’t on your own, but it is possible without one. If you do decide to try for an agent, then it’s roughly the same procedure but be aware that there are many more writers looking for agents than there are places at agencies.

Other things-
Don’t take rejections to heart. I have piles of rejection letters that I have received over the years (yes, years) and if I took them personally, I would have given up ages ago.

If a publisher says that you will be charged a reading fee or such, stay clear. A good publisher does not ask you for money; the editors and such are in house and it is part of your contract with them. That’s part of what their percentage pays for. The same with agents. They shouldn’t be charging you reading fees, and also look at what percentage they take. Most take about 10-15% but I’ve seen a few who take 20%.

Hope this helped.

*note this is a copied and pasted answer that I use each time this question comes up*

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Questions About Mlm Leads

Mandy asks…

MLM LEADS HELP!!!!!!!!!!!?



My name is Adam….I’m 20 years old and i am trying learn how to get MLM leads. I already know about the capture page and auto responder. I have already tried to buy leads. Also I have tried to use MLM Lead System Pro. Both didnt work and im stuck…..I don’t know how to get leads for my business. What are the best way to get leads online and offline??? please let me know….

From Adam


Well how is your upline support. If this is good then your upline should be helping you out. If no support then it’stime to find another program. You should always put your upline to work for you. That is a sign of a great mlm

Ruth asks…

Is MLM Leads System scam or not?

I was going to join them. Are they honest or they just scam?


Not legitimate. They promise that they will provide leads but they don’t deliver. They just want your upfront money. Do not give them a credit or debit card number or any personal information.

Joseph asks…

Anyone Familiar with I am considering them to order mlm leads from…?

They state in terms and conditions that they are for use of mortgage contact specifically, that is not my intentions or purpose…the telephone on the site is not valid, however when I registered for more information, they e-mailed me the same telephone for contact with them.
Just want to know info on anyone’s good or bad experience with this company.
Thanks for any help!


I find that it is far better to attract your own leads. If you can not get in contact with someone from the site, I would say that is a bad sign. If you are interested in learning ways to attract your own leads, you can take a look at the system that I use. You can contact me anytime as well. Http://

Best Regards!

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Questions About Network Marketing Magazine

Mandy asks…

Do anyone know a great place where I can order a amazing giant birthday cake in Augusta, Georgia?

I need to know by the 4th of July!! I looking for the type of cakes you see on the Food Network (ha ha) No seriously!! Help


I personally recommend “Very Vera”. Voted Best of Augusta 2007 as well as being featured on The Food Network, Southern Living, Saks Fifth Avenue, Family Circle, Redbook, Better Homes and Gardens and so much more!

Very Vera has also received numerous awards and recognition including some of the most recent ones:

* February, Editorial in Macon Telegraph & News – February, Addy Awards, received for our Website and an Honorable Mention for our 2000 Vera Vera catalog at the Annual Addy Awards. The website will go on to the state level.
*May, Editorial piece in American Home Styles & Gardening recognizing our contributions to the American Cancer Society through the sales of Strawberry Layer cake.
* October, New Logo introduced. Opening of our new retail space.
* November, Editorial in InStyle Magazine, Gourmet Magazine and the New York Times Magazine.

* February, featured on, May/June featured in, August, featured in Entrepreneur, November featured in Celebrated Living magazine on all flights of American Airlines through February 2002.

* Filming done for Ron Hazelton’s Network, home improvement editor for Good Morning America -Featured on the Atlanta NBC Super Shopper Saturday morning segment.
* Featured on a Holiday Shopping Special on CNN. – Featured as a great gift in a USA Weekend article

# Featured on The NBC Today Show as a great Mother’s Day gift idea
* December, editorials in Traditional Home, Southern Living

* – Featured in Southern Lady Magazine in January
* Featured in InStyle Magazine in February
* Featured on the Today Show in February on “A Girly Valentine’s Day Party”
* Vera featured in University Senior Club Magazine in August
* Featured in Cottage Living Magazine in November
* Featured in Parade Magazine in November
* Featured in Better Homes & Gardens in December

* Featured in Food Finds on Food Network January 17
* Featured in Town & Country Magazine
* Featured as the Perfect Birthday cake in InStyle’s Party Book
* Featured in Bon Appetit Magazine

* Featured in InStyle Magazine
* Featured in Coastal Living Magazine
* Featured in Family Circle Magazine
* Featured in InStyle Magazine in May with an endorsement from
Oscar de la Renta
* Opened a satellite location in Surrey Center Pharmacy in Augusta
* Featured in InStyle Magazine’s December issue
* Gourmet to Go line featured in Atlanta Magazine
* Voted Augusta’s Best Caterer by Augusta Magazine

National Mail Order line begins to branch out and expand further
*Two casseroles begin selling in MacKenzie, Ltd. Catalog in February
* Featured in InStyle’s April Issue
* Voted Augusta’s Best Caterer by Augusta Magazine
* Nominated Metro’s Best Caterer by Metro Spirit Magazine
* Cakes began selling in Saks Fifth Avenue’s catalog & on their website in September
* Featured in Veranda’s Winter 2007 Issue
* Holiday website with launches in October
* A second satellite location opens in the Vineyard Wine Market of Evans, Georgia
* Chosen as one of The New York Times’ Top 24 Mail Order Companies

Professional Organizations

Metro Augusta Chamber of Commerce
Coordinator- Small Business Roundtable 1997-98, 1996-97
Member – Small Business Roundtable 1995-96
Member Georgia Hospitality and Travel Association
Member National Federation of Independent Businesses
Have had a letter published in their national magazine
Member National Caterer’s Association

They are awesome! They make glorious gourmet cakes and I use them for everything from cakes to catering. I HIGHLY recommend if you are looking for a well designed, gourmet cake as you would see on Food Network

Carol asks…

How do I get across to an American market to sell African fabrics and clothing from Nigeria?

I’m into the business of selling fabrics here in Nigeria and I’m very familiar with the tailoring of beautiful African designs and clothing. I’m pretty sure that there are a lot of Americans both white and black that are interested in African clothing and jewellery as well. I live and work in Nigeria.


You need to look for a business contact. Try, or a business network or try an on line trade paper or magazine. There are always people looking for new and innovative ways to sell clothing and fabrics. If your creations are unique and good quality, you will get contacts.

Charles asks…

As aspiring magazine journalist Im looking for internship opportunities in my area. Im beginning freelance?

work but I am looking for more internship type possibilities to add to my resume. I am an English major in college and the local papers have already filled their spots for their summer programs

I found an internship for a Marketing/Public Relations Position for the local Opera company. Should I apply? I know I want to write or be an editor for a magazine so would this position be way too off base from Cosmo, Seventeen, etc?


You should certainly apply… Internships fill up fast. Even if it’s not exactly what you want to be doing professionally, it will help you make connections. Everything is about networking these days.

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Questions About Mlm Companies

David asks…

Which is the best MLM company around?


With this kind of question, you must be aware. So many will tell you that their MLM company and opportunity is the best yet. To find the best you must look further within. It helps to understand the basics of the industry and how it is set up. In MLM you can find a company and opportunity that best matches your interests and the interests of others. You must look into the compensation plans. That is how you will make the money. Understanding how you get paid will help you to understand how your efforts will be best compensated. Appeal of the product or service to others is also important. There is a lot of useful info out there on how the industry works and how to read into the compensation plan. Beware of the hype. It is just that.

Best Regards!

Linda asks…

how much work is involved in setting up a MLM company???

A brand new one…….


For an MLM / Network Marketing opportunity to work you need Affordable Products That Sell Well And Marketing Systems That Work !!

1. You need products that sell like Chocolates at Easter-Time, Toys at Christmas, Turkeys on Thanksgiving or Cold Drinks during a summer heatwave.

2. The products must be AFFORDABLE to most people, EVERYBODY must be able to afford to buy them and the products MUST be consumable, so they generate REPEAT BUSINESS (this is SO important!)

3. You can’t be asking your prospects to pay anything up-front, like an associate joining or registration fee, or be made to buy some kind of “Business starter kit”. No !

4. The business system, support system and marketing plan must be SO SIMPLE and is MUST BE very EASY TO FOLLOW, so that even a complete novice should be able to get to at least $500 per month in on-going earnings within just a few short months !!!

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Laura asks…

No-1 MLM Company in india

No 1 MLM Binary plan in india, maximum payout open chalange in indian MLM industries, compair any types, any view, any side please try and get most powerfull system


Doesn’t matter the mlm company.

The big money is made by selling the mlm system that will help Paradise LifeCare distributors to make money.

The MLM SYSTEM makes the money, not the mlm.

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James asks…

How is the job market and salary range in counseling and psychotherapy?

I want to get back to college and get my master degree In counseling and psychotherapy ,does anybody know how the job market is and what is the salary range?


Employment for counselors is expected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations through 2016. However, job growth will vary by location and occupational specialty. Job prospects should be good due to growth and the need to replace people leaving the field.

Overall employment of counselors is expected to increase by 21 percent between 2006 and 2016, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. However, growth is expected to vary by specialty.

Employment of substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors is expected to grow 34 percent, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. As society becomes more knowledgeable about addiction, it is increasingly common for people to seek treatment. Furthermore, drug offenders are increasingly being sent to treatment programs rather than jail.

Employment for educational, vocational and school counselors is expected to grow 13 percent, which is about as fast as the average for all occupations. Demand for vocational or career counselors should grow as multiple job and career changes become common and as workers become increasingly aware of counseling services. In addition, State and local governments will employ growing numbers of counselors to assist beneficiaries of welfare programs who exhaust their eligibility and must find jobs. Other opportunities for employment of counselors will arise in private job-training centers that provide training and other services to laid-off workers and others seeking to acquire new skills or careers. Demand for school counselors may increase due in large part to increases in student enrollments at postsecondary schools and colleges and as more States require elementary schools to employ counselors. Expansion of the responsibilities of school counselors should also lead to increases in their employment. For example, counselors are becoming more involved in crisis and preventive counseling, helping students deal with issues ranging from drug and alcohol abuse to death and suicide. Although schools and governments realize the value of counselors in helping their students to achieve academic success, budget constraints at every school level will dampen job growth of school counselors. Federal grants and subsidies may help to offset tight budgets and allow the reduction in student-to-counselor ratios to continue.

Employment of mental health counselors is expected to grow by 30 percent, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. Mental health counselors will be needed to staff statewide networks that are being established to improve services for children and adolescents with serious emotional disturbances and for their families. Under managed care systems, insurance companies are increasingly providing for reimbursement of counselors as a less costly alternative to psychiatrists and psychologists.

Jobs for rehabilitation counselors are expected to grow by 23 percent, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. The number of people who will need rehabilitation counseling is expected to grow as advances in medical technology allow more people to survive injury or illness and live independently again. In addition, legislation requiring equal employment rights for people with disabilities will spur demand for counselors, who not only help these people make a transition to the workforce but also help companies to comply with the law.

Marriage and family therapists will experience growth of 30 percent, which is much faster than the average for all occupations. This is due in part to an increased recognition of the field. It is more common for people to seek help for their marital and family problems than it was in the past.

Job prospects. Job prospects vary greatly based on the occupational specialty. Prospects for rehabilitation counselors are excellent because many people are leaving the field or retiring. Furthermore, opportunities are very good in substance abuse and behavioral disorder counseling because relatively low wages and long hours make recruiting new entrants difficult. For school counselors, job prospects should be good because many people are leaving the occupation to retire; however, opportunities may be more favorable in rural and urban areas, rather than the suburbs, because it is often difficult to recruit people to these areas.

Median annual earnings of wage and salary educational, vocational, and school counselors in May 2006 were $47,530. The middle 50 percent earned between $36,120 and $60,990. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $27,240, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $75,920. School counselors can earn additional income working summers in the school system or in other jobs. Median annual earnings in the industries employing the largest numbers of educational, vocational, and school counselors were as follows:
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Laura asks…

Why does there appear to be extreme negativity to home business opps.?

A “real” and proven home business opportunity, in the form of network marketing, requires focus, positive thinking, hard work, brain power, creativity, salesmanship, honesty, client service, a high level of personal ethics, dedication to “cold” market lead generation, and consistent follow up with leads. Is there anyone that believes otherwise? I make a very good living at what I am doing, yet the common perception is that it is all a scam!



I’m happy to hear that you are having success, good news is always nice to hear. The problem with the home business is not neccessarily the business itself, but all the scams that commonly do come with them. I have been looking for a home-based business that doesn’t come off as a scam for quite some time. Unfortunately, most opportunities either don’t give enough information (scary, lack of info=bad idea in my opinion), just want your money (several places I’ve tried to contact don’t exist, the “business” was a front to get people to send them money for the idea, or to ‘take over’), or the company you are going to do the work for has lackluster help if any at all. Also, network marketing is a rather new term I think, that used to be called pyramiding, which isn’t allowed anymore. I know the set up is different than the old pyramid idea, but the concept is still kind of the same, and a lot of people never did like the old Amway way of doing things. From what I have seen, as soon as you mention a pay off that is ‘pyramid’ in shape, you will loose people. But, if you fully believe in what you are doing, then don’t worry about the opinions of others, your success will eventually show through and those people will be regretting not hearing you out. Keep up the work, and send me some info on that business!

Nancy asks…

What is the process of having companies buy ads on your website?

Internet marketing: You know the side ads on a website that help pay to keep the site running, what is the process involved in selling ads? How does that work?


..assuming you want to do this from scratch

1. You must have a historic traffic report. This means you need to know how much traffic will flow through your site and be able to back up claims to advertisers. This will lead to the creation of your ‘rate card” – which is the amount each ad will cost and how much traffic people are buying.

2. You must specify the size/format of banners. I strongly recommend using standard sizes so that it’s easy on advertisers. Google adsense formats are the de-facto size standard. There is little reason to go off the standard.

3. You must set pricing based on your traffic levels, cost per click, or cost per action. To track this, you’ll need an ad rotation script with reports that let the advertiser log in and see their ad performance in a tansparent fashion. There are ad rotation scripts that lare less than $100 so don’t build it from scratch.

4. If you plan to just do period-of-time ads, you don’t need the script but you do need a lot of discipline in your process to be sure to put up and take down ads on schedule.

5. You need a way to accept payments. Ideally you have an auto-renew process that charges their credit cards on a schedule until they renew.

7. You need a legal agreement for advertising services.

.. Ad networks make this all easy but take almost all of the profit out of it. With your own setup, you get all the profit for the ad-runs.

…the hard part is finding advertisers. Most will expect a lot of traffic and costs between $20 and $30 per thousand impressions.

….if you don’t see 1000+ unique visitors per day ads are a waste of time in my opinion. Fill the spaces with high quality, relevant, affiliate program marketing that’s far more profitable.

Scott Clark

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Questions About Mlm Scams

Maria asks…

Online Travel Agencies, MLM, or piramid??

Can anyone give me the scoop on these???


MLM means multi level marketing. Legal businesses can use this tier system to pay people on volume driven in the company.

MLM is also popular for scams because word of mouth is easy and fast. Thus, the confusion about MLM being bad when its not necessarily true for companies that are very good.

MLM is regulated by the FTC and world court systems to make sure its legal.

Everything is a pyramid structure. I.E. Jesus at the top, the apostles and then they told people who told people and thus, a pyramid. A corporation is also a pyramid.

On line travel agencies that are MLM are not all alike. There are about three and two heavily promoting right now.

Only one has a compensation plan that is reasonable for the part timer and is a low cost, low risk 100% money back guarantee investment.


Remember this when looking at MLM. The company drives the behavior of people out in the field.

Meaning, MLM gets a bad name from companies who’s compensation plan drives a recruiting or high pressure sales behavior to primarily rely on their source of income. That’s why you have to know how to analyze a company, because you want your career to keep your reputation a good one.

95% of the population hate the behavior of high pressure sales tactics. So, make sure its an MLM that has something that is in demand that sells itself so that when you educate someone, they make their own educated decision and feel a sense of pride and joy partnering with you to help you share the opportunity or benefits of the program you have to offer.

Betty asks…

Is Market America (or MLM) really a scam?

A very good and dear friend of mine recently started telling me about joining Market America, and let me make this very clear, I am not here to attack nor offend anybody, if you have succeeded in MA I applaud you, otherwise hear my opinion out.

In my opinion I feel like Market America along with other MLM are scams. I do not have physical evidence of that, but I believe in common sense – and that is, if it’s too good to come true, it’s probably not real. I’m in my 3rd year of an elite University, and I work so hard in school all for a better future. I thought that if it just took some cash and some dedication then I too can become a millionaire and retire by 30 (MA’s claim) then wouldn’t everybody be jumping on board with it? Heck, I’d drop out of school right now if that was true.

Long story short, I firmly believe that MA is a scam, while very FEW will make profit from it, I don’t think most people would. My biggest fear is that my friend would be brain-washed (and I already see him being semi-brain washed) and one day losing all his friends and family because he will be too desperate to sell his products.

Has anyone ever had any experiences with MA? Please let me know, or give me an idea to stop my friend before it is too late (he has already put in $1000)…I feel so powerless.


It’s another pyramid scheme. It may well be technically legal, but few “investors” will ever make significant money. As in all of these, those at or near the top of the heap will reap the profits, while those near the bottom will just get reaped.

This company is being sued by one of its top employees. See:

If you google “Market America scam” you will find a lot of articles about this. Some of them are undoubtedly planted by MLM shills. People should do thorough research and decide for themselves.

In conclusion, please be very suspicious of any scheme that promises big profits off small investments. If it is too good to be true, it is probably NOT true.

Ken asks…

What would you consider the best method for setting appointments for MLM?


MLM is a scam. Stay away from that stuff.

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Questions About Multi Level Marketing Products

Maria asks…

Is Network Marketing/Multi Level Marketing a scam? please answer?

Yea my friend is trying to get me to join this network marketing company, I have no doubts that the company its self is a legitimate and legal and whatnot but. . . .

my question is this, is network marketing legitimate business practice???


Yes, network marketing is a legitimate business practice. Look at Amway the company has been around for years. In stead of giving money to the big ad agencies, network marketing companies pay people to promote the products and/or business opportunity and it create a lot of leverage for people who stick with it. You will find bad rep in every industry. Just make sure the company has a product and your not making money from recruiting. Your friends opportunity may or may not be right for you but just do some research until you find the company you want to represent. I wish I got involved in MLM sooner. Good Luck!

Robert Kiyosaki has a great book and audio called The business of The 21st Century

James asks…

Are Multi-Level-Marketing companies a bit like religions or cults?

They do try to ‘convert’ you…


Some more than others. There are a few good companies with a great product.

The best ones focus more on selling their product than recruiting new members. If you find a company the focuses primarily on recruiting and not much on their product.. RUN.

Charles asks…

What does the Bible say about MLM (multi-level marketing)?

The Book does not hote mani-emnet cheapstowing ahonely, but it does give some eldertruths about forseeing goods or besteadings in ermen and our onlinking in them. MEC businesses have been an oft subject of controversy and lawsuits because of their alikeness to unrightful pyramid schemes, price-fastening of their goods and besteadings, high first start-up outlays, underscoring on inspanment of lower-tiered saleslede over wary sales, tharfing yea-ferers to buy and brouk the business’s wares, thwartingly complex meed schemes, and the cult-like techniques which some samenings brouk to “hook” and keep those in lower tiers.

There is nothing unrightful about most MEC businesses, but are they a good fit for a Christian?

These statistics alone say something about a business that brouks the mani-emnet cheapstowing technique as its erst way of selling its forthmade.

As with any business/goldlorish dare, the Christian’s first answer is to hear the Lord’s behest that we love one another (John 13:34) and Paul’s manition to “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or cocky conceit, but in lowlayth bethink others better than yourselves” (Philippians 2:3). Seen from that onsight, for the Christian, MEC would seem to be a less than ideal undertaking.


With proper discernment, we can act in harmony with Jesus Christ’s words: “Keep on, then, seeking first the kingdom and God’s righteousness, and all these other material things will be added to you.” (Matthew 6:33) Jesus also said: “The lamp of the body is your eye. When your eye is simple, your whole body is also bright.” (Luke 11:34) The eye is a figurative lamp. A “simple” eye is sincere, focused. With such an eye, we can show discernment and walk without stumbling spiritually.
Instead of keeping their eye simple, some have complicated their lives and the lives of others with tempting business dealings. But we should remember that the Christian congregation is “a pillar and support of the truth.” (1 Timothy 3:15) Like a building’s columns, the congregation upholds God’s truth, not anyone’s business enterprise. Congregations have not been established as locations to promote commercial interests, goods, or services. We must refrain from pursuing personal business affairs at Christian gatherings or the like. Discernment helps us to see that these places are for Christian association and spiritual discussion. Congregational connections should never be exploited for financial gain.
Some have used Christian contacts to sell health or beauty aids, vitamin products, telecommunication services, construction materials, travel plans, computer programs and equipment, and so forth. However, congregation gathings are no place for selling or promoting commercial products or services. We can discern the underlying principle if we remember that Jesus “drove all those with the sheep and cattle out of the temple, and he poured out the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables. And he said to those selling the doves: ‘Take these things away from here! Stop making the house of my Father a house of merchandise!’”—John 2:15, 16.

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Questions About Network Marketing Quotes

Linda asks…

What is the cheapest option for me if I want a cell phone plan with unlimited texting and I also?

want a small amount of minutes for talking. I don’t really talk that much.


Boost mobile unlimited talk, text, and web for $50 ….no contract….

The Monthly Unlimited plan which is $50 for unlimited nationwide talk, text, mms, and walkie-talkie includes calling any phone in the usa – whether mobile or landline. No hidden fees, contracts or credit checks.

It runs on the Nextel iDEN network – which is a strong nationwide network. Here are two quotes to consider:

“Based on an independent third-party drive-test study of the top 50 most populous U.S. Markets as of Oct. 2008, there is an imperceptible difference – less than one percentage point – among the dropped call rates of the Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile wireless carrier networks and the Nextel National Network.”

Boost Mobile Has Fewest Dropped Calls, as compared to Cricket and Metro PCS:
• Cricket has more than 4x as many dropped calls than Boost**
• Metro PCS has more than twice as many dropped calls than Boost**

*Coverage not available everywhere. Network reaches over 274 million people.
**Based on independent third party drive test data from Feb-Oct 08 for the 19 common Boost/Cricket and the 9 common Boost/MetroPCS markets within the top 50 most populous U.S. Markets

Hope this helps

George asks…

What is the difference between selling bonds and trading bonds in the growing liquid balance?


Selling Bonds:

1.Investors purchase bonds as investments for earning interest. When they want money, they sell them. This is selling bonds. When companies issue bonds to investors, this is also selling bonds.


Trading in Bonds:

2. When the intention is to hold bonds for short periods and sell them at a profit, it is bond trading. In this case, the trader earns from price differences, that is by selling at a price higher than the purchase price.

2.1 Trading bonds is an important aspect of global economic markets. Bonds generally can trade anywhere in the world that a buyer and seller can strike a deal. There is no central place or exchange for bond trading, as there is for publicly traded stocks. The bond market is known as an “over-the-counter” market, rather than an exchange market. However, bond futures, and some types of bond options, are traded on exchanges.

2.2 While investors trading bonds can trade marketable bonds among themselves whenever they want, trading is usually done with bond dealers, more specifically, the bond trading desks of major investment dealers. The dealers occupy center stage in the vast network of telephone and computer links that connect the interested players. Bond dealers usually “make a market” for bonds. What this means is that the dealer has traders whose responsibility is to know all about a group of bonds and to be prepared to quote a price to buy or sell them. The role of the dealers is to provide “liquidity” for bond investors, thereby allowing investors to buy and sell bonds more easily and with a limited concession on the price. Dealers also buy and sell amongst themselves, either directly or anonymously via bond brokers. The objective is to take a spread between the price the bonds are bought at and the price they are sold at. This is the main way that bond dealers make (or lose) money. Dealers often have bond traders located in the major financial centers and are able to trade bonds 24 hours a day (although not usually on weekends).



James asks…

Why is it that in America Education and Health Care are one of the lowest priorities, What future awaits us ?

There will be lots of uneducated, ignorant people and sick …not prepared to work and succeed. I think we should pay attention at what the legislators are doing about these issues And get them out of office if they don’t care about their constituents …They should be giving these two issues top priority. What do you think ?


Actually education and health care are two of the most MEDDLED with areas by the feds. What you see are the RESULTS of governmental interference.
The government refuses to do its actual job–law enforcement–and instead keeps cutting bogus deals that only special interests benefit from. On health care, for example:
We need to enforce CONTRACT law so that legit claims do NOT get denied. We need to enforce ANTITRUST law so we taxpayers don’t keep getting taken to the cleaners with bogus costs. We also should reform all these unconstitutional federal programs–like Medicare–that don’t do anything for anyone other than big pharma.

When 75% of the people who declare bankruptcy over medical bills ARE INSURED, then insurance is CLEARLY not the answer.
“Aldrich’s situation is “asinine” but increasingly common, said Dr. Deborah Thorne of Ohio University. Thorne, co-author of a widely quoted 2005 study that found medical bills contributed to nearly half of the 1.5 million personal bankruptcies filed in the U.S. Each year, said that ratio has likely worsened since the data was gathered.

Like Aldrich, Thorne said, three-quarters of the individuals in the study who declared bankruptcy because of health problems were insured. ”

Linda Peeno, MD testified that SHE had often denied treatment JUST to save the insurance company money

“the vast majority of health insurance policies are through for-profit stock companies. They are in the process of “shedding lives” as some term it when “undesirable” customers are lost through various means, including raising premiums and co-pays and decreasing benefits (Britt, “Health insurers getting bigger cut of medical dollars,” 15 October 2004, That same Investors Business Daily article from 2004 noted the example of Anthem, another insurance company. They said the top five executives (not just the CEO) received an average of an 817 percent increase in compensation between 2000 and 2003. The CEO, for example, had his compensation go from $2.5 million to $25 million during that time period. About $21 million of that was in stock payouts, the article noted.

A 2006 article, “U.S. Health Insurance: More Market Domination, More CEO Compensation”
( notes that in 56 percent of 294 metropolitan areas one insurer “controls more than half the business in health maintenance organization and preferred provider networks underwriting.” In addition to having the most enrollees, they also are the biggest purchasers of health care and set the price and coverage terms. “’The results is double-digit premium increases from 2001 and 2004—peaking with a 13.9 percent jump in 2003—soaring well above inflation and wages increases.’” Where is all that money going? The article quotes a Wall Street Journal article looking at the compensation of the CEO of UnitedHealth Group. His salary and bonus is $8 million annually. He has benefits such as the use of a private jet. He has stock-option fortunes worth $1.6 billion.”
–Save America, Save the World by Cassandra Nathan pp. 127-128

“Insurance Companies Robbing Patients
Robbing patients to pay CEOs leads to unprecedented medical insurance corporation greed.
Thursday, January 3, 2008 8:52 AM
By: Michael Arnold Glueck & Robert J. Cihak, The Medicine Men”

Oh and let’s stop a little something INSANE called “compassionate entry”:
“Dickson emphasizes that not all the free care is going to illegal aliens passing through on their way to other states. About half goes to Mexicans who use the Copper Queen as their personal emergency-care facility. In effect, the hospital, which performs general surgery, has become the trauma center for that stretch of northern Mexico. If an ambulance pulls up to the border-crossing point near Bisbee and announces “compassionate entry,” the border patrol waves it through, and the Copper Queen is compelled to treat the patient. It is one more program that Congress mandates but does not pay for. “If you make me treat someone,” says Dickson, “then you need to pay me. You can’t have unfunded mandates in a small hospital.” Although the Medicare drug act that passed last year provides for modest payments to hospitals that treat illegal aliens, Dickson says there is a catch that the U.S. Government has yet to figure out. “How do I document an undocumented alien? How am I going to prove I rendered that care? They have no Social Security number, no driver’s license.”,9171,995145-7,00.html

How about a sensible, FREE MARKET plan that would not only reform ALL government-run health care ON THE WAY TO PRIVATIZING IT, but address the above problems and more:

the NEED for more homegrown, US-educated doctors and nurses (we turn away THOUSANDS of well-qualified students each year, while for doctors, our system REQUIRES because of so few docs being allowed into med school, that 25% of ALL our residencies be filled by graduates of foreign med schools. Not only is that stupid for OUR patients, but it’s THEFT from countries that ALSO have doctor shortages. AKA evil.)
Reduce costs to med students–student loans now average $130K upon graduation–that’s stupid when we give slackers highly subsidized rides through college even if they keep flunking or take pointless classes like Women’s Studies at OUR expense. We HAVE the money to get more med schools, dental schools, nursing programs–stop WASTING it on PC idiocy.
Reduce prescription drug costs by BULK BUYING so it doesn’t hurt pharma which does spend a lot in R&D but doesn’t break the backs of some 80-year-old struggling to stay alive.
That sensible plan?
That means preventative care (physical with follow up). Real medication (no Medicare “donut holes” the really ill are ripped off again.) No bogus ridiculously low “caps” on needed medical procedures. No abuse of the ER. No paying for the silly with the sniffles to go to the doc for free. No more bankruptcies over medical bills. I want THIS plan that ends abuse of the taxpayer, takes the burden off employers, provides price transparency, and ends the rip-off of the US taxpayer at the hands of greedy insurance CEOs (which has been repeatedly documented).


Read the PDF, not the blurb, for the bulk of the plan. Book is searchable on
Cassandra Nathan’s Save America, Save the World
It means after the physical and follow-up you PAY YOUR OWN WAY until med expenses become an actual BURDEN, then insurance kicks in–exactly as it was designed HUNDREDS of years ago when people had more common sense.
Ed should be handled LOCALLY with more input from PARENTS.

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Questions About Mlm Leads

Jenny asks…

Where can I find quality mlm leads?

people looking to start a home business


Better to generate your own. Why?
1) Targeted
2) Branded to YOU
3) Fresh
4) NOT shared
5) Specifics (industry, company…)

I teach this using free training.

Lawrence Tam
MLM Engineer

Paul asks…

MLM Lead Generation Techniques?

What are your top 2 choices to generate leads for your MLM business?


MLM is illegal. If in doubt, ask why Amway went to Canada’; because of a consent decree; go to
prison or to Canada.

NO firm may focus on down line generation.

Charles asks…

how do you create or start a mlm lead generator business?


The first thing you need to do is get educated on marketing and sales. The best thing to do is give away free information, then offer a reasonably priced information book.

If they buy the book, you know you have an interested lead and is more likely to buy into your opportunity

Here is a link for a great 10 day boot camp of exactly what I am talking about

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