Is Infinity Downline Oversaturated?

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Or is there too many people in Infinity Downline?  I get asked this alot and I really don’t know why but I’ll try to answer once and for all with this post.

I’m assuming this question comes from people who wonder if there are so many people promoting Infinity Downline, do they even have a shot at being successful?

When I joined Infinity Downline, there were approximately 200,000 members.  Does that sound like alot of people?  Let’s think about it.

200,000 people approximately is roughly the population of a small city in the U.S.  Infinity Downline is a global business.  How many people are there in the world?  There are 7.74 billion in the world as of the end of 2012.  Does Infinity Downline sound oversaturated now?  How many of those 7.74 billion people have an internet connection and may possibly want to make more money than they currently have now?   I hope you are getting the point…

Is Infinity Downline Oversaturated in the U.S.?  Are there too many people in Infinity Downline in the U.S.?

Approximately 200,000 members in this opportunity compared to the population of the U.S., which is 314,667,190…. I hope you are seeing the possibilities.  There will never be enough people to talk to about this opportunity in your lifetime, especially right in your area locally.  How many people do you know personally that constantly complain they don’t have enough money and could learn more about computer software, marketing, etc.?  This is the opportunity of Infinity Downline…

I hope this post brought things in perspective, there will never be enough people to prospect this opportunity or any opportunity to.  The secret is just to get your opportunity in front of as many people as you can, with as many strategies as you can at the same time.  This is how big business is built, whether affiliate marketing, network marketing, traditional business, etc.  The principles are all the same and great marketing is what makes you a fortune!

To YOUR Success,

James Matthews
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