Aspiring entrepreneurs in Bhutan can generate major money with multi-level marketing (MLM) opportunities. Recruiters and sellers in Bhutan can make multiple revenue streams with network marketing, including prosperous passive income monthly while working online from home or on the go traveling throughout Asia.
But which MLM company should you join if you live in Bhutan and want the most profits? Here are our ten favorite MLM businesses to think about signing up with in Bhutan to maximize your chances of success in 2023 and 2024:
Top 10 Best MLM Companies In Bhutan For 2023
2. My Daily Choice
6. Nu Skin
8. iCoin Pro
9. Jeunesse Global
10. Perfectly Posh
There are other top MLMs to consider joining in Bhutan for 2023 or 2024 as well such as BeachBody, Tupperware, Youngevity, Monat, avon, Total Life Changes, Arieyl, Young Living, Arbonne, Organo Gold, Isagenix, Primerica, and Forever Living. Do your due diligence on the multi-level marketing company you choose to join in the Thimphu!
Leverage LinkedIn And Top Tech To Make More MLM Money
Social media platforms like LinkedIn help many MLMers succeed in Paro and Jakar. Recently on the Best Business Builders Blog we discussed how understanding the LinkedIn algorithm tells us what to do with our LinkedIn profiles to maximize the chances of us being found. It was part of a full-day article writing blog blitz, and was one of several content pieces about LinkedIn artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence and machine learning have made major steps forward in the last year alone in Punaka.
What was surprising was how many of the other LinkedIn articles out there don’t use insights gleaned from how LinkedIn’s AI functions. The company (owned by Microsoft) has not been shy about how their new technology system works; their engineers have been on podcasts and livestreams, their engineering blogs talk about their work in machine learning, and their patents, both pending and granted, are full of juicy technical details that tell us clearly how their systems make decisions in Wangdue Phodrang.
Big Tech Explaining Their Technology
This new tech transparency isn’t only true of LinkedIn or Microsoft either. Facebook, Google, and many other tech companies publish academic papers, research, patents, and other documentation that states clearly how their systems work; for some things, there is definitely more of a broad-strokes outline than nitty-gritty technical details, but overall, these companies do a decent job of explaining how their technology works. This is why it is so vital to understand how these systems work, how the algorithms and models work, so that we tune our efforts to work with them, not against them in Phuentsholing or Samdrup Jongkhar.
The Cooking And Tech Analogy
It is important that big tech explains its new technology to the Asian masses, because when people don’t understand then things get ugly. Imagine not knowing how a microwave oven worked. You would just randomly throw foods in it, pick random times, and hope that it worked for the best. Over time you might learn what did and didn’t work from anecdotal evidence (“hey, it was a real bad idea to put the leftovers in a foil container in there”), but if you don’t know the guiding principles of microwave energy, you would still be flummoxed every time you ran across a new situation as an ambitious Asian.
Contrast that with understanding that microwaves vibrate polar particles, like water. A microwave oven functionally boils food from the inside by vibrating the water particles so quickly that they heat up. Once you understand that a microwave in Asia is the same as steaming a food, it becomes clear what you should and shouldn’t use it for. Reheating something? Sure. That is no different than putting the food over a pot and steaming it hot. Cooking vegetables? Same as steaming. Cooking meat? I can’t think of many recipes that call for steamed meat. Baking bread? Not many breads do well steamed, although some buns do actually in Bhutan.
Do you smell what we are cooking? Tech needs to be taught to the end users and developers and not just tampered with until eventually it is eventually figured out.
LinkedIn Leveraging Graph Networks
When we look at how LinkedIn uses graph networks for everything, and we understand how graph networks work, suddenly it becomes clear that if we want to be known for something, we need to build our networks around that thing, connect with other people also in our space, and critically, create and engage with content relevant to what we want to be known for. If you are posting cat memes and political rants on LinkedIn and your business doesn’t do either, then you are diluting your reputation in its graph network, making the algorithm less likely to display your content to the kinds of professionals you’d want to have viewing it. Knowing how graph networks operate guides our strategies, tactics, and execution.
Make More Money With MLM And Top Tech Today
The takeaway is this: if understand how the AI behind your favorite modern marketing channels works, then you will have the wind at your back rather than in your face for the new economy. Artificial intelligence and MLM aren’t going anywhere, so you need to learn how to embrace these technologies and use them to your advantage in business.