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What is the best MLM compensation plan?

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Compensation plans in our industry are the least understood aspects of network marketing opportunity
asked Nov 18, 2016 in Business Opportunity by quidec IBO Master (6,770 points)
The best MLM compensation plan is one that pays it's distributors fairly for the business they bring into the company.

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Binary MLM Plan is one of the basic Compensation plans in MLM. Binary Compensation Plan eliminates many of the demerits that comes in traditional network marketing plans. The design is more simple here.The major distributors in this plan are also known as Business Centers. Binary Plan can be called as a 2 x n matrix plan where n corresponds to the number of levels. Commissions can be derived from the corresponding levels. We get the value of ā€˜nā€™ as infinite in most compensation plans. The distributors generally owns the Income or Business Centers (BC). The major specialty of the business centers is that it can recruit only two direct sponsors, when joining in a network marketing company, we should always consider the compensation plan. Before a final decision is made, you should also consider the products and the practicality of the business model.In binary plan new organization members are introduced into a binary tree structure.In a Binary you would have two Legs.It is a multilevel marketing compensation plan which allows distributors to have only two front line distributors. Here, the distributors must balance their two down-line legs in order to achieve commission.

answered Nov 19, 2016 by ebest IBO Specialist (79,000 points)
The binary compensation plan is not for everyone because the business model is ongoing sponsoring. Ask yourself this question: Does the income stop if you stop sponsoring? If you answered yes this means you can never ever retire.
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I think there is no ''the best'' compensation plan. They all are just different. Like us. No one is the best but we are all unique and different.
answered Nov 26, 2016 by Sany Fox IBO Guru (2,380 points)

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