How to Fill a Network Marketing Matrix

Feb 11 09:30 2009 Nathan Gurley Print This Article

In the movie Pay it Forward, Haley Joel Osment's character begins a 3 x infinity matrix plan to spread a message of good will to help people. Today, countless network marketing companies use this clip in their marketing material, but are these compensation plans really helping people by promising an easy wealth solution?

Copyright (c) 2009 Nathan Gurley

In the movie Pay it Forward,Guest Posting Haley Joel Osment's character begins a 3 x infinity matrix plan to spread a message of good will to help people. Today, countless network marketing companies use this clip in their marketing material, but are these compensation plans really helping people by promising an easy wealth solution?

A vast majority of these plans claim "No Sponsoring Required" to make money online. Get in quick to get rich quick is the implication. As of this writing Push Button Xtreme comes to mind, last month it was Web Prosperity, and before that it was Lawn Chair Millionaire. These so called business opportunities are rampant on the Internet yet they never seem to stay around for extended lengths of time.

Granted there are reputable network marketing companies with legitimate products that do stand the test of time, but you still have to fill your matrix one way or another.

Many matrix compensation plans promise spillover, which is where other members spill into your matrix from the efforts of your upline as their levels fill. The problem occurs when MLM companies promise spillover and members rely on it. This is a recipe for failure. In order for any network marketing to succeed, people have to actually treat it like a business and help build the network.

It is not netfree marketing or netplay marketing; it is netWORK marketing and it requires well, work.

Forced matrices are workable business models provided there is proper team support and motivation for all involved fostering an environment of synergistic team building. An ideal situation is to develop business relationships and team building outside of a specific business opportunity and move as a group when opportunity presents itself.

This is achieved by providing workable, teachable and proven solutions to help team members duplicate efforts and reach higher levels by encouraging leadership. In this environment spillover will occur but it is vital to emphasize that work is involved and help is available for those ready to put on their game face and get after it.

In the end, building a network marketing matrix is like any other business in that it requires hard work, dedication and determination. Those ready to work together to achieve long-term residual income must stay on task and stick to the game plan. Those who think they can get something for nothing will not work and will net what they started with - nothing!

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Nathan Gurley
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Nathan BF Gurley is a real estate appraiser, musician, blogger and social networker. Please visit NathanGurley.com For more matrix information please visit MatrixTruth.info

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