How to accumulate PVs in Longrich


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The Longrich is all about the PVs.  They differ from level to level and product to product.

Every Week, you are paid based on the number of PVs accumulated within that week. Your Longrich rank, which qualifies you for incentives as travels, cars, houses, and scholarships, also dependent on the total PVs amassed. In essence, PV can be said to be the unit of measurement of success in Longrich. Hence, it is important to know how to accumulate PVs in this business.

1) Switch Your brand

Longrich, as it is widely known and has gained the credibility for its high-quality products. They have over 2000 products in various categories. Interestingly, most of these products are daily needs; they are not luxurious. You need them, your family, friends, neighbors, colleagues, and coworkers equally need them. 

A Longrich toothpaste has a PV of 3.5 and the mouth freshener has a PV of 2.2, etc. so imagine you brush just your teeth every day. it means each time you get a new Longrich toothpaste for your teeth, you get to accumulate 3.5PVs.

2) Recommend Longrich products to others

Recommending Longrich Products to your people yields the same results as usage. This happens as you remain the channel through which all these products are gotten as you will get PVs attached to all orders.

3) Build a network

Building a network is the most important way to accumulate your PVs.

A network makes you duplicate yourself. This implies duplicating your time, efforts, and resources. Indeed, you can estimate the outcome of just 10 times of what you alone are able to do. If you work 12 hours a day and hence 240 hours in a month (without weekends), you now have times 10 of that (thus, if you have 10 people in your network), which is 2,400 hours every month! Doing it alone, you would have actually used about 10 months at your rate of working to do the same amount of work. However, this has been done in a month due to leverage.

The richest people in the world look for and build networks, everyone else looks for work.
Robert Kiyosaki

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