Some people have the misconception that SiteSell is a Multi
Level Marketing Program (MLM). It’s not. SiteSell is the maker of Site
Build It!, the do-it-yourself, online course that teaches you
step-by-step how to build a successful e-business.
SiteSell has an affiliate program, but it is not a Multi Level Marketing program. An affiliate program is a way for webmasters to earn income from their Web site traffic by recommending products to their visitors. The income they earn can be in the form of commissions for leads or a percentage of purchase.
The SiteSell affiliate program is an attractive one. The product gets great results and is backed by a highly ethical company. Many people sign up because of the generous commission structure, but most become affiliated because they know the company is honest and their referrals will be treated well.
SiteSell offers a 25% commission on sales of Site Build It! (SBI!) as well as repeat purchases sales commission bonuses. Affiliates can also earn a percentage of earnings from sales by team members but they do not earn any percentage of sales generated by their affiliates’ affiliates (that is Multi-Level Marketing and that is where people sometimes misunderstand the difference).
Additionally the idea that there is a SiteSell MLM is often due to a lack of understanding of what an affiliate program is. Affiliate Programs are very a legitimate and common way of earning online income by monetizating Web site traffic.
Ken Evoy, the founder of SiteSell wrote a course for affiliates that can be downloaded at this link. It is called the Affiliate Masters Course and is free to download at any time. It is highly regarded and referred to by many across the Web as a comprehensive training manual for affiliates.
After reviewing the commission structure and taking a look at that course, you will see that the SiteSell MLM is a myth.