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Their compensation plan is also much better. First of all it is a forced matrix program. If you aren't familiar with what a forced matrix

is it basically means you have the possibility of getting spillover. The whole point of these MLMs is to get people to join under you.

Well, if you are in a forced matrix it's possible that you will receive spillover from your upline thereby earning commissions without even

doing anything. This isn't only a great benefit for you, but it is also a huge selling point for future potential recruits. Everyone loves

forced matrices, so if you aren't in one it will likely be much harder to entice people to join as there are so many forced matrices now.

As for compensation, you earn up to 6 levels down, unlike GDIs 5 levels. Further, Teamwork Revolution give you $2 per month per

person for the first 5 people which means once you have 5 people on your first line you break even, unlike GDI where you would need

double that (ie 10 people) in order to break even. Moreover, Teamwork Revolution give you $2/person per month commission for the

recruits on your 4th line as well. All in all, the commission structure is far superior to GDI's.

The only advantage GDI have over Teamwork Revolution (and pretty much every other competitive company) is their bonus scheme. I

already said that GDI pay $100 for every 5 people sponsored within 1 week on top of the $1/person per month residual commissions.

Teamwork Revolution don't offer this so if you think you can sponsor 5 or more people per week into GDI then GDI is definitely for

you. However, for most people, 5 people per month is hard enough never mind 5 people per week. So for these reasons I would

recommend Teamwork Revolution over GDI any day. I hope I have given you some food for thought if you happen to have been

considering GDI as a way to make money online.

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Now you may be wondering if I think it's such a great company and money making opportunity why did I leave? The main reason is

that it didn't quite work for me personally. I tried it out for about 5 months and I was able to personally sponsor about 10 people but

the problem was is that's where it stopped. Those others weren't able to replicate the process. Possibly because they didn't bother

trying (an unfortunate drawback with forced matrices is that they attract lazy people who think they can get rich purely on spillover –

impossible!) or it's possible they did try but they just didn't succeed. Whatever the reasons, eventually the people I recruited dropped

out after they didn't see the expected or hoped for success. This is a huge challenge with these monthly payment matrices. You feel

like you are constantly bailing water out of a leaking boat. Although you have no boss or anyone telling you what to do and when to do

it, you still feel under a lot of pressure to recruit quickly. If you don't keep the ball rolling then it's very likely your matrix will implode

as people drop out. If you aren't able to keep recruiting new people and providing spillover then people drop out, which in turn causes

others to drop out as they see their own downline dropping out. So for this reason I decided to give up all together on the monthly

payment matrices. I don't like working hard to build a business only to see it collapse. It feels like you are building a house on water. I

prefer to build on concrete (so to speak).

Where I have had most of my success and profit is with 1 time payment matrices. These are great and also have excellent potential.

You can make just as much money with these MLM programs and possibly even more. What I like about them is you only ever make 1

payment so your risk is limited entirely to that 1 payment as apposed to monthly payment matrices where your risk is dependant upon

how long you stay in the program. Further, with 1 time payment matrices if you decide to take a months holiday there is no risk.

People don't drop out of 1 time payment MLMs. If you stop marketing for a while, there's no leaky boat feeling. Theses MLMs never

implode or go backwards, this is like building on top of concrete.

One of the successful programs I tried was 4x1 Fortune. It is only $11 to join and it is a "Cycler Matrix". What that means is you need

to "cycle" before you make any commissions. Once you make 6 sales you will cycle and earn $30. So you nearly triple your money

after only 6 sales which is pretty good. If you make 5 sales you earn nothing. The commission doesn't happen until the 6th person. It

is also a forced matrix so you will possibly get spillover or spillunder once in a while but I always stress this should never be relied upon.

If you do this you won't get anywhere. Although it's possible to get spillovers I recommend just carrying on as if this didn't happen

that way when it does it's just a nice bonus. The "product" in this case is just some e-books and videos and stuff to help you with online

marketing. Most people don't care about the product, they just want the chance to make some money. So if you are looking for a

simple program with low risk and one that actually works and pays, then 4x1 fortune is definitely one to consider.

If for some reason you don't want to risk $11, or you want to try something that is even easier, then I recommend Work for $3 (WF3D).

This is only $3 to join as the name implies (well there is a $0.40 alertpay fee). This is basically a mailing list builder. This is a highly

useful tool especially for online marketers. As you recruit others to join this list you earn a little bit of money. It is by no means a lot

of money but it has the potential to turn into millions. For example, if you recruited just 3 people in your first month and then never

recruited again ie retired, and everyone else did the same thing, then in your 11th month you would earn almost $18,000. It seems

crazy but it's a fact. Only 3 people in the first month seems easy, especially considering I recruited about 30 people in my first month.

However, I am in my 7th month or so and the reality is that other people are not able to recreate the same success I had. In fact there

are many who after 7 months haven't recruited a single person. Possibly because they haven't tried or perhaps they have tried and

failed, and then there are others who consistently get signups every week which is contributing to the growth of my downline. I have

personally now recruited about 100 people, but my downline is about 500 because some of the 100 that I recruited have become

successful recruiters themselves. It's all about what you put into it.


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