Multi-Level Marketing. A sales system under which the salesperson receives a...
Multilevel marketing (MLM) plans, are a way of selling goods or services through distributors. These plans promise that if you sign up as a distributor, you will receive commissions -- for both your sales of the plan's goods or services and those of other people you recruit to join the distributors. Be careful of plans that offer to pay commissions for recruiting new distributors. This is called "pyramiding" and is illegeal in most states.
Multilevel Marketing is selling products by using independent distributors and allowing these distributors to build and manage their own sales force by recruiting, motivating, supplying, and training others to sell products. The distributors' compensation includes their own sales and a percentage of the sales of their sales group (downline). Another description is any business where payouts occur at two or more levels; i.e., if you make a sale, both you and the person above you will get a portion of the proceeds.enjoy demonstrating your products to a group of people (if required);
Multi Level Marketing. A form of distributorship in which you receive commission on your own sales and on the sales of others whom you sign up as distributors. Some MLMs are considered pyramid schemes and illegal in some states. Some are legitimate business opportunities. Any business of this nature should be investigated closely.
Multi Level Marketing. This is any marketing structure that has 3+ levels. This type of marketing generally has strict regulations and should be entered into carefully.
Multi-Level Marketing. These are the pyramid schemes your teachers warned you about in school. They promise you'll make money with almost no effort. Don't believe them, and don't advertise where they do.
Acronym: Multi Level Marketing. A pyramid based marketing scheme like Amway or Quixtar where individual agents recruit other agents and receive commission from both their own sales and the sales of the agents they recruited. ODP does not list the sites of individual agents in MLM schemes, because their sites do not meet the unique content criteria for an ODP listing (i.e. every agent's site sells the same thing). See also: Business: Opportunities: Networking-MLM, Guidelines: Affiliate Marketing Schemes
(Multi-Level Marketing) A scam similar to pyramid selling, much in evidence on the internet, particularly in spam.
(multi level marketing). Marketing of a product or service at various levels in upward and downward directions.
MULTI LEVEL MARKETING. Another name for network marketing. ( See “Network Marketing”)
An acronym for multi-level marketing. Network Groups of computers linked to each other to share information resources, but physically in separate locations.
Multi-level marketing; also called Network Marketing
Multi-Level Marketing A legitimate means of merchandise or service distribution where members can actively engage in sales or in sales force recruitment. For every sale made by a salesperson you recruited or anyone under him, you receive a portion of the commissions. Because of improprieties in the past, the US Government tightly regulates the ways in which MLM operators can present their business. Multi-level marketing opportunities are considered jobs on the newsgroups, and should be reflected as such when posting.