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Multiple Streams somehow gets over 100,000 visits a month blogging to network marketers.

You might like our training because it teaches “the good life” without peddling overpriced products to your family and friends.

Wow, this has turned into the most popular MLM article on the internet.

15k+ Facebook shares, 950,000+ views – thanks for the love!

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A mobile app that lets you bet on your favorite sport teams and interact with other fans?

Seems interesting enough.

And you make money when your friends join?

Yup, and that’s exactly why FireFan is getting so much buzz right now. While they’re technically not a fantasy app, you still earn rewards based on your correct predictions.

So am I involved?

Check the video:

Only schedule if you’re serious:

All good? Now back to the FireFan review, enjoy.


In 2016, United Games developed and launched an app that allows you to make real-time sport bets right from your smartphone.

So why all the hype for just another fantasy sports app?

Well, it’s not quite a fantasy app. You compete against an online community of your friends, family, and celebrities in real time during a game. You answer questions and make predictions and are rewarded based on the results of the sporting event.

As you watch a sports game on TV, the FireFan app will prompt you with questions that you can answer with your predictions. Based on how well you compete against the others determines how much your winnings are.

Similar to sports betting in Vegas, the more probable outcomes yield less reward than if you predicted an unlikely outcome that actually ended up happening.

For example, if you predicted your team runs it back for a touchdown on the initial kickoff, and it really happened, you would earn a huge reward. If you predicted that your team runs it back to the 20 yard line (a much more probable outcome), your reward would be much smaller. Make sense?

They claim they are “not a gambling app” but rather a real-time interactive sports game app.

So far, the app will cover sporting events in the NFL, MLB, NHL, MLS, and International Soccer Leagues. More sports are in the works.


The app is free to download right to your iOS or Android smartphone.

After registering with FireFan, you can begin answering questions and making predictions to earn points or tokens. Your tokens can be used to enter certain contests and unlock certain features in the app.

When you rack up enough tokens, you can use them for fan apparel, gift cards, electronics, and even tickets to sporting events.

There are in-app purchases that are available, but you can earn free tokens just by watching the advertisements during the game you’re watching. And of course, you earn tokens by winning competitions against your friends.

But wait, there’s more. FireFan allows you to earn money as an affiliate, where you can get paid for every person you bring on board. But is it legit?

Compensation Plan

This is where things get a little interesting. FireFan offers referral commissions if you can get others to join with you.

Sports betting meets MLM?

Pretty much.

First, in order to become an affiliate of FireFan, you pay a one-time $39.99 business suite fee.

This gets you in the system as an affiliate and allows you to start earning money referring other people using your unique referral links and codes.

After that, you must pay a monthly fee of $9.99 to maintain your affiliate status.

Each person that you personally refer is added to your downline or “line” and you earn commissions based on:

1- how active they are in the app

2- how many tokens they acquire or buy

3- how many people they refer

This is a pretty typical comp plan structure for a multi-level marketing company.

You can also earn bonus checks if you have people in your downline also earning commissions from being an affiliate, starting at 20%.

For example, if you have someone in your downline that you personally referred (tier 1) and they earn $100 this month in affiliate commissions, you would get a bonus check of 20%, or $20. Just from that one person. See the potential here?

Bonus checks pay 20% for your tier 1 affiliates, 10% for tier 2 affiliate commissions, and 5% for tier 3 and tier 4 affiliate commissions.

As an affiliate, you would want to recruit people in your downline that would be active users in the app, and you would want to offer training resources to help your downline succeed at recruiting.

Might be MLM 101 tips, but would be a game changer if you’re looking to go the affiliate route with this company.


FireFan is going where no app has gone before, combining sports betting with an MLM comp plan. If you’ve ever wanted to get paid for your sports trivia knowledge, now could be your chance.

So far, they have pretty good reviews and you could probably make some decent money if you figured out a way to get fellow sports enthusiasts on board.

Just don’t expect to quit your day job anytime soon.

From a passive income point-of-view, the company is still very young and will probably face legal allegations, as most sports betting companies and MLMs have to endure.

I’m not saying they’re going to fall off, but statistics would indicate that it would be rare if a company like this is still standing in 5 years. Too harsh?

While I used to be a 1%-er in a hot MLM, I have changed my ways. Since then, I have quadrupled my income, traveled the world and now make more money than most doctors and lawyers.

In other words, you might like our training because of social proof. And by that I mean other people like it, a lot.


AMOREPACIFIC embraces the power of green tea to offer “the ultimate indulgence for authentically beautiful skin” without any need for distributors, downlines and anything remotely MLM-ish.

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Is Isagenix on that Advocare level?


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Aerus is a network marketing company that sells home cleaning products, especially products that combat airborne allergens.

It even lists “outside air” as a threat.  I’m not making it up.  Am I on board? [click to continue…]


Job Killing is an internet marketing coaching program that teaches people how to generate leads on the internet.

They really dial in on the local aspect of lead-generating.

Think: doctors, lawyers, landscapers, etc, etc. They’re not marketers. These businesses wanna spend time doing what they do, and that brings a huge opportunity for people to serve up leads in these industries. [click to continue…]


Essante Organics is a toxic-free health and wellness MLM company.

People seem to love the products. Does this mean I’m involved?

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I saw it all go down, the rise and fall.

You see, I was a former 1%-er in Empower Network, but knew I had to get out.

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The Cambridge Diet is a weight plan and subtly a multi-level marketing company, too.

Their diet gives you 415 to 1500 calories to be consumed per day – mostly from their own products. They’ve had a good run, but am I on board?

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Essential oils? Yeah, they’re kinda hot right now.

Thanks to meet-ups, home parties, 3-way-calls, and good ole’ fashioned word-of-mouth marketing, essential oils are being lit and inhaled in households worldwide. Business is booming.

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So you’re probably here to get some small business ideas.


Remember, you’re either building your own dream or you’re building someone else’s. #truth

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If you’re not participating in the digital economy, you gotta ask yourself why.

More bluntly: If you’re broke or hate your job but you’re not doing anything about it, you’re being selfish (sorry not sorry).

That’s where some online business ideas can help.

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I work in my ultra-soft Billionaire Boys Club drawstring shorts most days.

But before you make fun of me for spending $110 on a pair of shorts, adjust your mind a little.

Most business people (attorneys, sales directors) drop “thousands” annually for their work uniforms, why wouldn’t I invest in the comfiest, work-from-home shorts in the world?

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Digital Altitude is an e-learning personal development program focused on digital business for budding entrepreneurs.

Super big-ticket. People are dropping 25k on this stuff.

Think: Empower Network-type digital products, but 10x more expensive.  [click to continue…]