MLM is a term that can be applied to any type of business model that is built around a one-size-fits-all model.
There are two main types of MLM, the ‘traditional’ and the ‘alternative’.
Traditional MLM has been around since the late 90s, when it was first used to generate income for companies like Wal-Mart.
This is where you recruit, run and manage the business through a series of different business channels, such as social media, online shopping, digital media, and more.
Alternatives to traditional MLM are the ‘Alternative Entrepreneurship Model’ (AEM), which is an all-encompassing strategy that seeks to increase the value of a business by attracting new customers, creating a business that can scale and generate more revenue than the company was originally built to manage.
In India, the traditional MLG model has seen its share of growth, as a growing number of startups have attempted to compete against it.
However, this growth has come with its fair share of challenges, particularly when it comes to the rules of the game.
AEM is also an emerging strategy that has seen the likes of Amazon and Flipkart taking a stab at it.
In 2017, we asked the top 10 MLM companies in India to tell us how they stack up against AEM, and which strategies are most suited to their strengths and weaknesses.
Here are the answers.1.
Traditional MLG CompaniesIn the past, MLM was mostly seen as a ‘business management’ strategy that had been around for decades.
Today, it is still a key way to make money in India, but is becoming increasingly relevant to startups and entrepreneurs as the growth in the country has slowed down.
Traditional MLG companies are the most successful of the three types of companies we looked at in the above article.
MLG is a strategy that involves investing in a company, marketing it through various channels, and then marketing the products and services to a wide audience through social media.
This approach allows a company to gain customers who would otherwise not have purchased the product or service, and to create a product or experience that attracts more people to buy the product and to continue using the product.
Traditional businesses can make more money by targeting existing customers or existing existing brands that are also selling products or services to the same customers or brand.
MLGs can also earn extra income by targeting customers outside of the traditional market by offering products and/or services that are not directly related to the brand.AEM companies, on the other hand, have a much more flexible strategy that allows them to target customers outside the traditional marketplace.
Instead of building a business to attract customers, they can also target existing customers.
These are customers who have bought into the brand and/and brand’s social media marketing, or who are also fans of the brand on Facebook, Instagram or other platforms.
These customers may not necessarily be interested in buying products or other products from a company like Amazon, Flipkarts or any other traditional MLGM company, but they are willing to spend more for products or marketing that appeal to them.
AGE companies are also often found in traditional MLGs, as they are often able to create new products and products for a wide customer base that are designed to appeal to these customers.
In 2017, AGE MLG businesses generated revenue of $11.2 billion, up from $7.6 billion in 2016, according to an estimate by Bewkes.
These companies are much more likely to be profitable than traditional MLMG companies, with revenue growth of 17.7% in 2017.2.
Alternative Entrepreneurs and MLG AlternativesAs mentioned above, the main strategy of a traditional MLC is to recruit and manage a small group of people to help manage a business.
A new product or business is launched, and they all try to make it to the market in the shortest amount of time possible.
In the alternative MLC, the business is then sold through various online platforms and is sold at a premium.
The business owner has no control over the products or service sold, and the business does not have to rely on existing customers to continue operating.
However it does have to sell to a wider customer base, as the business has to be in the same league with existing customers in terms of revenue.
These businesses also have the advantage of being able to market products and provide marketing to a broader audience than traditional businesses.
They can also offer a broad range of products and offer a wide range of services, which helps to attract new customers.
Alternative MLMs have an advantage in that they do not need to rely solely on existing employees or existing brands to attract a wider audience, and can also have an opportunity to expand into new market segments.
They also have a greater chance of attracting new people into the business.
The alternative MLM industry in India has grown significantly in the last five years, and now accounts for