This is the Part 2 of the article ‘Forced Matrix Programs: the Old Tale in a New Way’. To read the Part 1, please follow the link.
Matrix turns out to be an ideal money machine. What’s the trick? There are definitely some.
- What happens if a participant will not be able to invite two partners at some level. Estimate how much profit you will not get. But that’s nothing as you can personally invite more people initially for the system to run more reliably. Some branches will disappear, but the other part will develop successfully.
- And how many participants totally are required for the completion of the cycle, for example, of 2×6 Forced Matrix (which pays 2 levels wide by 6 levels deep)? Making a quick calculation, say, 127, but this is a mistake. 127 participants will be needed to make 63 people have sold two keys of the first level. And for you to have the key to the 2nd level bought additionally 4*2 = 8 people are required who have been invited by your partners, otherwise they will be satisfied with keys to the 1st level. Thus to sell keys to the 2nd level, you must have completed the 3rd level. You will start selling keys to the third level only when your structure has been filled up to the 6th level (3+2+1) … We get 1-1, 2-3 (2+1) 3-6 (3+2+3), 4-10 (4+3+2+1), 5-15 (5+4+3+2+1), 6-21 (6+5+4+3+2+1), thus to complete the cycle you should have involved 2 ^ 22 – 1 = 4 194303 men, and this is a serious figure.
Since matrices are built on the pyramid principle, there are always twice as many those who will be in the red more than those who will be in profit. Therefore, none of the matrix can exist forever. In this example, 2 million participants will be left without income, having lost $10.
With a Forced Matrix, you stand to earn an income faster, but increases in income are slower because your referrals get forced further down the line from you. With regular MLM you have a stronger base, and sustaining it is generally easier…but first profits can be slow. If you want a little income faster, go with a Forced Matrix. If you want big profits and are willing to work a long time for it, go with regular MLM programs.