RISE of MLMs… How Multi Level Marketing Blew Up | #ANTIMLM

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I couldn’t help but wonder how mlms grew to be as prevalent today as they are, so today I thought I would examine that. Multi Level Marketing originated with Nutrilite, virtually accidentally. Then with the rise of internet and social media, it became even easier for hun bots to spread through social media. MLMs grow through word of mouth marketing, which is known to be one of the most effect forms of marketing. Today I talk about these topics and much, much more!
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Sources:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-level_marketing
https://www.managementstudyguide.com/multi-level-marketing-history.htm
Vice Segment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_eikkwz8nc

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cows2cow says:

Is cutco a "sheme"?
And I'm really wondering about world ventures because I have my own experience with them.

Olga G says:

I'll have to rewatch. I was too busy starting at you cat 🤣

kakumee says:

Sadly you can make more money playing the lottery or picking up Penney's in the street… ( P.s. I don't recommend the lottery thing, be careful with the picking up of money and coins on the street…) So yah…

Lucia Mičurová says:

You are so beautiful, the videos are pleasant to watch and listen to 🙂 great and enjoyable content, and you sound very genuine…keep it up and please keep creating 🙂 I will be happy to say in a few years when you have milions of subscribers that I was there (almost) since you started YT 🙂

Emily Marchildon says:

I’d love to see a video on Scentsy or it works! I’m from a small town in Ontario, Canada and I see there two companies pop up everywhere!

Clair Lovelle says:

Please do one a video on Beauty Counter! I was so interested in their products until I learned they use a MLM model. I was kind of irritated and emailed them 😂

H A says:

Are you familiar with mobe?

Hippie Homesteader Wannabe says:

I'd be curious to know how Avon compares to the mlm model. It seems to be a little more ethical, and I've known several people who've sold it for a long time and didn't seem to be going in the hole.
Personally, I've joined Stanley (I know–I'm a fossil), Discovery Toys, Tupperware, and DoTerra. Lost money on all of them. Wound up with some cool products, but also a lot of products I never got any good out of. I think part of how they "succeed" is by creating a dream that strokes your ego regarding the products themselves, that they are somehow much different and impressive to the outside world when compared to stuff you can buy in a store. Anyway, keep it up!

kaylashalaylaaaaa says:

oh man i want to write an essay on the psychology/philosophy of why people get sucked into and stuck in MLMs.

Fawn Parker says:

Please do Thirty One!

Mayra Lutteral says:

I couldn't pay attention to half of what u said bc i was busy looking at your cat. thank you

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