Three Types of Direct Sales Compensation Models

Compensation is the payment or profit given to someone in exchange for a work or sales done to a certain company or business. It could be in a form of salary, incentives, commissions or percentage, benefits and so on. In direct sales industry compensation models are set up as single level or multi level compensation. In single-level compensation plan representatives are paid solely on one’s sales while in multi-level compensation plan they earn commission on both their sales and of those they bring into the company. Direct sales business needs the right compensation model in order to work, MLM software companies offer these plans with a suitable MLM software pricing created for specific clients. There are a lot of variations of compensation plans out in the market and each one of them also has its different MLM software pricing depending on the model and the software company that created it. Each of these compensation plans are extracted from different major types of compensation models.

Let’s discuss 3 types of compensation models. First is the Unilevel or single-level plan this is also associated with the so called stair step break away plan, here the recruits or representatives does not grow or advance in position other than as distributors, so basically they just earn according to their performance without any promotion or advancement. However a breakaway plan is still considered unilevel but with the flexibility to encourage and motivate distributors to perform well in order to advance in rank after meeting a certain goal. Next is the grid or matrix plan the representatives here is limited only to a certain number of recruits. There is practically an automatic filling of spots; usually it works well with companies whose products are used personally by the distributors than being sold to other people. Lastly we have the so called binary or multi-level plan the distributor here is allowed to occupy one or more business centers each limited to two down line legs. Compensation here is based on group volume rather than percentage of sales of multiple levels of distributors. Meaning payment is volume driven and not level driven. Sales are being balanced in both legs to qualify for commissions, which in turn are paid at certain points when target levels of group sales are met. Here group cooperation is encouraged it requires team work because payout is on group volume and requires balance in each leg to be eligible for payout.

Choosing the right compensation model and software that has the ideal MLM software pricing offered by different software vendors is an important factor to consider guaranteeing success in the direct sales industry.

Extreme Performance 9.5M ASIS PRO. Boat for Adventure Experts in French Polynesia

Extreme Performance 9.5M ASIS PRO. Boat for Adventure Experts in French Polynesia

ASIS Boats has just completed the delivery of an ASIS 9.5m RHIB to the Tahiti Exclusive Expeditions company, the only Tahiti-based company that offers private luxury yachts and superyachts in French Polynesia.

The new 9.5m RHIB will be used as their new versatile adventure custom RIB Boat.

This 9.5m Adventure Boat comes with the exclusive ASIS Air Hull®, a deep V shaped GRP light weight composite reinforced reverse chine hull, guaranteeing unparalleled performance, outstanding handling and the most comfortable ride.

Certified to transport up to 15 passengers, this Rigid Inflatable Boat can be used as tour boat discovering the island’s hidden gem. Also being equipped with a skiing point and an integrated foldable ladder and platform, it can be used for all kinds of water sports activities.

Moreover, a dive bottle rack for 8 bottles has been installed, making it the perfect boat for diving.

Optional Accessories added to the RHIB

Tow post
Customized HD extended T-Top
S.S. Tube ladder
S.S. HD A-frame with skiing point & integrated foldable ladder and platform
U Bench seat at bow that transform into a day bed
S.S. Leaning post with back rest double for navigator and crew
S.S. Bench seat (removable) with GRP storage box under seat for 3 to 4 pax
An Aft Bench seat for 3 to 4 pax

This ASIS versatile RIB Boat has a stainless-steel built-in fuel tank with the capacity of 2x225L and is powered by twin Mercury Mariner 4 Stroke F250 Hp V8 engines allowing the RHIB to reach a top speed of 48 knots.

Basic Elements in Measuring E-Mini Market Strength

There are very few e-mini trading sources that don’t, at some point, emphasize the importance of trading with the trend. This article is no different; I highly recommend focusing on trading with the trend. However, not all trends are created equal and every trend begins to falter and finally reverse. Obviously, the best time to be trading the trend is when it is peaking and not when it is declining and strength.

But how do you know when and e-mini trend is especially strong and when it is entering a weak phase?

Interestingly enough, I generally show a high level of disdain for indicators and oscillators as primary tools for entering and exiting e-mini trades. On the other hand, indicators and oscillators are especially useful in developing an understanding of the underlying strength of a trend. As a trend lengthens, I tend to look to my indicators to see if there are any divergences in trend indications and price movement. For example, if the price has been rising in a trend and been confirmed throughout the course of the trend but began to show divergence (divergence would be an oscillator moving in a direction opposite the price movement, in this case) I start to become suspicious about the strength of the trend. While divergence signals may not point to the exact bar where the trend will in end, it should put any competent trader on notice that the trend is weakening.

When divergences begin to develop, there are two possible outcomes; the trend will resume in direction and strength or the trend will continue to falter and decay. Of course, repeated divergences in succession and on different indicators or oscillators would certainly put me on notice that the possibility for a trend change could be in the offing.

Additionally, I think it is important to keep an eye on volume during a trend. When I see a marked change in volume, especially with an increase in volume, my suspicions become even more pronounced.

A simple observation of the price action as the trend progresses can also yield significant clues as to the strength of a trend. Usually the end of a trend is marked by ragged price action and deeper retracements. You will often see the divergence of price action and an indicator as the price action becomes more ragged. A trend line will emphasize the weakening price movement, especially when the retracements stop at closer and closer intervals to the trend line, or temporarily violate the trend line.

As you can see, there is no single factor that I use in determining the strength of a trend line. I use a constellation of factors that relate similar information to determine the underlying strength of a market trend.

In summary, we have had a very brief look at market strength and trends and identified some factors that may indicate the weakening of a trend. Those factors are divergent indications, volume fluctuations, and erratic price action. Once the directional movement has slowed it may form a channel or reverse direction. Only observation will give you, as the trader, the proper information on which to act. Don’t trust any one indication of a weakening trend, but look for concerted indications of a change in price direction.