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The cost is way out of proportion compared to value of product. You can join thousands of safelists for free or for about $10 per year. So product is only an excuse to have a program.
These programs either promise that it will be easy to promote program or that they will do all work and place people under you. These promises are much like promises of a typical ponzi or pyramid scheme. There is a very good chance that these programs are illegal and will face federal scrutiny.
These programs feed on desire for quick riches without doing any work.
As one of these programs grows they must recruit an ever larger number of people every week (for a weekly program) to keep program working. In fact they must, at least, double every week. Many of people that join cannot afford to pay $150 a week with out seeing a quick return on it. So if they do not receive promised two signups quickly they may drop out of program.
There will be a constant battle to get new signups under a new member before member drops out. When a member does drop out that member must be replaced quickly before his upline decides to drop out. Thus, if growth does not double every week, program could easily start collapsing on itself. As a program grows it will become increasing harder, and eventually impossible, to maintain growth. Then it will start to collapse.
Those that start program or join program near top can make some very nice money. However, those that join later will have a hard time to just break even.
These programs violate work ethic. Men are to work for their bread. To expect it to be given to them with no work on their part is wrong.
I think that we will see more of these member-to-member programs appearing on Internet. Many of them will not last long. Other will stay around for a long time, but with an ever changing membership.
When you are introduced to one of these programs you will have to decide what you want to do with it. As for me, I will be staying with traditional network marketing programs and affiliate programs. Programs that have a legitimate product that offers a good value for cost. Programs that pay you on your marketing efforts and are likely to be around for a long time.
Albin Dittli has been writing software for the network marketing industry for 12 years and marketing on the Internet for over two years. Please visit his web site at http://www.The-Home-Business-Center.com. You can subscribe to his free ezine, eBiz Marketing Tips, by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.