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    Dec312009

    How To Build And Retain A MLM Downline With Your Eyes Close

    As most everyone knows. Building a downline is one thing but retention is another thing. Retention is the dagger in the back for every mlm network marketer. It appears that you all you do is build a downline and watch them vanish in smoke.

    Retention is a problem with everyone. If you build a downline of 100 people, in a years time, it's  estimated that you will retain 6% or 6 people. Some people have tried social marketing taking the long route of building a relationship with every member that joins your team. The only flaw is that while you build a relationship, your monthly autoship is still recurring debt for you each month and you go farther into debt.

    Dream Team Formula has come up with a system that allows each and every member share the profits as it insures that every new member is able to share in the profits of the whole team by helping "every member" build their downline. Couple this with a viral system advertising system, you can really have 90%-100% retention of your downline and this is with your eyes close.

    Just don't take my word for it. If you were tired like i was of rebuilding downlines in my mlm every year. take the FREE tour and see for yourself. Just click on the link below.

    http://www.simplemlmsuccess.com

     

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