Understanding Spillover

What is spillover and how does it happen in a network marketing matrix?

TheOnlineAdNetwork.com uses a 3×10 Matrix structure which means your first level will hold 3 sales, your 2nd level will hold 9 sales, your 3rd level will hold 27 sales, and so on through 10 levels.

The term “spillover” refers to someone that can “spill over” to a level in the 3×10 Matrix.

Here’s an example:

You refer 3 sales. They each go on your first level:

 

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You

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Level 1: Earn Six Dollars for every active sale on your first level. Each first level sale pays six dollars. Cover your monthly subscription costs with just 3 active sales on your first level.

 
 


 
 
When you refer another sale, your first level is already filled with sales so that new sale “spills over” to your Level 2 which causes them to fall below your first referral:

 

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You

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Level 1: Earn Six Dollars for every active sale on your first level. Each first level sale pays six dollars. Cover your monthly subscription costs with just 3 active sales on your first level.
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Level 2: get paid to build your email marketing lists

 
 


 
 
This is an extremely simplified explanation of how spillover can take place but gives you the general idea of how you can create spillover in your organization by referring new sales.

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