The One Bite At a Time Principle

Written by Albin Dittli

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If you are on a tight budget, don't worry about anything except your first company. Just promote it until you are breaking even. Use your favorite marketing method(s) to introduce people to your program. I'm not going to go intorepparttar different marketing methods in this article, however I have addressed this subject in some of my other articles. You can read them at

When you are at break even in your first program you need to do three things.

First is to continue to promoterepparttar 122534 program. From here on out any new people will put you into profit, and you are on your way to building a residual income in that company.

Second, you need to work withrepparttar 122535 people that you have sponsored. Let them know what you are doing to sponsor members. Answer questions they have, or passrepparttar 122536 questions on to your up line if necessary. Support your people torepparttar 122537 best of your ability. You cannot be truly successful without them also being successful. (Really, you should be doing this starting as soon as a new member joins.)

Third, start looking for your next company. It should meetrepparttar 122538 same criteria as your first company. When you find it, go and join it. Then, add it to your marketing promotions. So now you are marketing two programs. It should be easier to start marketing this second program, as you will have more marketing experience then when you first started.

When you are at break even, startrepparttar 122539 process over again. Keep doing it until you have five or six programs in which you are making money. Byrepparttar 122540 time you haverepparttar 122541 fifth program working good you should be making a fair income onrepparttar 122542 first programs.

Five or six programs are a good number to stop and stay with. At this point devote your time to supporting these programs and youre down line in them. Continue to study marketing. When you find something that works good pass it along to your down line.

You have now established several residual income streams. You did it with a fairly small investment. And is not hard to supportrepparttar 122543 various programs because you built up to where you are gradually. You did it all one bite at a time.

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The Multi Level Affiliate Program (MLAP) FAQ

Written by Terence Tan

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How is a MLAP better than MLM for merchants?

MLMs, while a very effective and profitable means of product distribution, have been getting a bad reputation because ofrepparttar poor execution by some companies. The need to first buy a product or pay a joining fee has drawn some criticism, as well as hampered many would be "salesmen" from joining these programs. MLAPs allow merchants to much more effectively win affiliates, withoutrepparttar 122533 risk of being labelled a "MLM company".

Where isrepparttar 122534 best place to find MLAPs to join?

As MLAPs are still relatively uncommon, it is very hard and time consuming to find them online. An effective way would be to go to a specialised MLAP directory, like , which continuously combsrepparttar 122535 web for such programs to list in an organised manner.

Where can I get affiliates for my MLAP?

While it is possible to sign up affiliates by listing your MLAP in normal affiliate program directories, it is also very useful to list your MLAPs in specialised directories like . This is because this is where most affiliates interested in MLAPs go to locate new programs to join.

Where can I learn more about MLAPs?

Go to our extensive resource bank and discussion forum designed specially to help both affiliates interested in learining how to make money using MLAPs, as well merchants thinking of setting up their own MLAPs.

How popular are MLAPs?

While still relatively new, these programs are quickly gaining popularity because ofrepparttar 122536 distinct benefits they offer to both affiliates and merchants.

(Please feel free to to freely reproduce and distribute this article, so long as it is reproduced in full, includingrepparttar 122537 hyperlinks, and no modification is made)

Terence Tan is the founder of, a website dedicated towards the development of Multi Level Affiliate Programs as an alternative system of business. Visit to learn how MLAPs can multiply your affiliate referral commissions.

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