There are a lot of misconceptions about network marketing out there. Network Marketing is not seen as a respectable way to earn a living by many and most might think they know enough about it to pass judgment. But do they really? Here are five of the most common misconceptions about network marketing with information to dispel them all.
Pyramid Scheme: The #1 Misconception About Network Marketing
1) It’s a pyramid scheme. This is probably the most common misconception about network marketing that possibly stems from the way distributors explain their compensation plans. To explain the company’s profitable payouts, the distributor will place a circle at the top, then will draw lines (or legs) to more circles underneath the first and so forth until the diagram drawn looks like a pyramid. In actuality, network marketing is more like a spider web where everyone connected with one another and the top people are only as strong as the people below them.