The binary MLM plan is defined as a compensation plan that consists of two legs (left & right) or subtrees under every distributor. Upon adding subtrees, a binary tree gets formed. New members joining after them are spilled over to the downlines or next business level.
Binary MLM plan is a network marketing compensation strategy used by many top-performing MLM companies. The new members sponsored by distributors are added either on the left or right leg. Upon adding two new members on either side of the subtree, a binary tree gets formed. All the new members referred after forming a binary tree gets spilled to the downlines. Note: Distributors become a part of the binary plan by purchasing an enrollment package. The enrollment package here means either a service or a list of products. The distributor buys the package and becomes a part of the binary MLM company.
Unlimited depth: Binary plan allows distributors to add members to unlimited levels and earn a high income. Group work: With left leg or right spilling preferences, the distributors become active as they have to balance the tree for compensations. Quick growth: Binary plan offers quick business growth opportunities. Carry forward: Unpaid sales volume (SV) after present binary payout cycle is carry forward for the next binary payout cycle. Spillover: New members after completing the first level is spilled over to the unlimited downline levels.
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