FREE Internet Business Course -- $295 Value!Written by Arnab Basu
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Is a 2-Tier Program Affiliate or MLM?Written by Clay Mabbitt
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So where does a 2-tier program fall? Almost every program that describes itself as 2-tier, does not require any fee to participate. Given definition of affiliate programs and our more detailed definition of MLM above, a 2-tier program does not comfortably fit in either category. So what is it? A 2-tier program is actually a multi-level affiliate program. What do I mean by that? Like MLM, you will be rewarded for introducing new sellers to program, usually by receiving a small percent of their commissions. Like an affiliate program, your profit is based on sales you and your referrals generate as opposed to membership fees or referral bonuses. As with an affiliate program, participation in a 2-tier program is also completely free.
Distinguishing multi-level affiliate programs from MLM In theory, if a program meets two requirements of basing revenue on sales and allowing free participation, it is a multi-level affiliate program whether it has 1,2, or 10 tiers. Conversely, a program that only offers 2 tiers but charges a membership fee is an MLM attempting to disguise itself. So when investigating online income opportunities, don't get caught up in hype of number of levels a program offers. The real litmus test of a sound compensation plan: your revenue should be based on sales. When you get a check, either you brought in a paying customer or someone in your downline did.
Clay Mabbitt writes articles about online income opportunities. He is the founder of a community of Internet entrepreneurs sharing knowledge and experience at http://www.affiliatescreen.com