MLM compensation plans are not simple
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San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) January 28, 2009
Today, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and state attorneys general strictly scrutinize MLM network marketing sales to ward off "get-rich-quick" scams and unethical pyramid type practices. That is why MLM network marketing companies must adhere to legitimate pay plan structures that balance out and endure the test of time.
Rod Cook, owner of America's MLM Consultants, says that every MLM company, product and marketer requires different adjustments to make the MLM compensation plan balance out. With more than a million MLM companies in the global marketplace this can be a daunting task. For this reason he engineered, and recently launched, two unique compensation plans to help new and existing companies succeed. The bottom line is that compensation plans have to provide a fair share for the new person starting out as well as for the recruiter and top-end managers.
"MLM compensation plans are not simple," Cook explains. "Too many companies start out by copying another company's plan and this often results in failed businesses as some top-end sales people bail out taking huge revenues with them."
Cooks new patented customer-driven Binary Pay Plan has eight secret safeguards to prevent his clients from imploding. Whether it is a full matching binary, a 1/3 - 2/3 binary or single-legged binary with matching bonuses establishing a proprietary MLM network marketing pay plan, new network marketing companies can attract promising distributors, build lasting businesses and help promote new sales jobs even in poor recessionary economic conditions. By viewing Cook's MLM-Network Marketing Pay Plan Laboratory, these results can be clearly demonstrated.
The new patented customer-driving Unilevel Pay Plan is another preferred MLM network marketing pay plan that Cook adjusted to gain measurable results. It completely complies with federal and state regulations and guarantees to balance out based on each company's business model. The purpose of this pay plan is to give the middle person a path to grow. Many company owners might prefer the MLM Unilevel Pay Plan, as it seems less complicated to activate.
Based on annual market surveys, Cook discourages traditional Matrix MLM pay plans or Stair Step Breakaways. According to Cook, "Very few Matrix Pay Plans survive." Having tracked more than 1,700 MLM companies on his broad-based MLM Company Directory over a ten-year period, he discovered that the survival rate was dismal at best - more than 60 percent buckled. (Check http://www.mlmconsultant.com/mlm_company_list_directory.htm and discover how Matrix Companies barely last eight to 14 months.)
With billion-dollar startup MLM companies under his belt, Cook sticks with his motto for growing any successful MLM business venture. Base your business principles on "Do Good, Make Money." Having Cook as an MLM Consultant and top "Master" pay plan designer is like having the "MLM Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval."
marcie (at) mlmconsultant (dot) com