So what are the Ardyss compensation plan pitfalls you ask?
Well, let me first say this. Ardyss international is a solid company that manufactures high quality products. They really are a great company that fills a huge need in the marketplace.
Let me also say that many people have made a lot of money with the ardyss compensation plan.
So what’s my beef?
Well, here’s the thing.
MY BIGGEST PET PEEVE
I love FREEDOM. That’s really what network marekting is all about right? Freedom is what this industry has given to me. Time to be with my family. Time to do the things that I really want to do like spend time with my wife and kids.
You really have to be careful in this industry because there are company’s out there that tend to preach freedom on the one hand and then turn around and take it from their reps on the other.
I’m not saying that Ardyss is one of them. I don’t believe they are.
However, while reading the ardyss compensation plan, I did notice a few pitfalls that I would tend to shy away from.
Once again, people are making money with this plan. You can make a fortune with it too if you know how to market.
That being said, you should be aware of some of these aspects of the plan before you commit to building a long term business with Ardyss.
SO WHAT ARE THE PITFALLS?
The Ardyss compensation plan is composed of an 8 level unilevel. This simply means that anyone you personally sponsor will be placed on your first generation and you can go as wide as you want.
If you sponsor 100 people, your front line could potentially have 100 spots filled.
When your personal sponsors enroll people, they are then placed on their first generation. That would be your 2nd. generation.
Thus, the plan fills out.
So what’s the problem?
There are 2 policies in the ardyss compensation plan that I don’t really like.
The first one is the volume requirements put in place in order for you to get paid on levels 2 through 8. Let’s say you enroll someone, who enrolls someone who enrolls someone and that duplicates out to 8 levels very quickly.
If you don’t meet the group volume requirements put in place by the company, you’ll only get paid for order of that first distributor you brought into the company.
That doesn’t sit well with me.
None of that business would have come to the company had you not enrolled that 1st distributor so why shouldn’t you get paid on it?
Here is the other stipulation.
In order to advance and get paid on more levels than 1, not only do you have to meet the volume requirement set by the company, no more than 40% of the volume can come from any 1 leg.
So lets say you start a leg that goes crazy. You enroll a superstar that brings 100K in volume.
There is a good portion of that volume that you won’t get paid on.
In all fairness to the company, they make the products, they provide the opportunity so they have the right to set quotas and stipulations.
And certainly, you can make a lot of money with the Ardyss compensation plan if you are able to play the game by the Ardyss rules.
If you know how to market and get people to come to you none of these stipulations will be a problem for you.
If you are stuck in a position where you are struggling to find new people, these stipulations will be a big problem for you.
I choose to build my business in a way that is fun and easy. I have developed myself and my marketing to a point where people come to me, credit card in hand ready to buy.
If you would like to learn how to do this… I’d be happy to show you.
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