A Hybrid can be a dramatic improvement or twist on a common old-style plan, or it can be a combination of features from different MLM compensation plans that create a new plan design altogether. Whatever the case, the goal of a Hybrid compensation plan should be the increase in fair compensation to the entire distributor base, while leaving enough working capital for the company to run profitably. There are 2 hybrid compensation plans that have Millionaire’s Code System recently emerged as excellent examples of how to achieve these goals.The first of these is a variation and improvement of the Unilevel compensation plan. It is basically a 2 tier compensation plan (with a roll-up feature for the pros) that places the bulk of the compensation percentage on the first 2 levels of the plan. There are quite a few network marketing companies that are beginning to either switch to this style plan or launch with it from the start. This is a very good thing for potential distributors, and I'll explain why.
First, by placing a large payout and unlimited sponsorship positions on the first level, new reps have a BIG incentive to sponsor consistently -- negating the laziness factor of the Matrix. This is great for the company for increasing business volume, and it's great for the rep because sponsoring new reps into the company is the name of the game if one wants to build a solid recurring income from their business. Secondly, the new rep has a big reason to help their new reps get started because the 2nd tier percentage -- the commission on the folks their new rep sponsors -- is quite large as well. This helps build morale and also a strong, solid group built on relationships. In addition, it is common in these types of plans to have a roll-up commission feature based on personal sponsoring, which is attractive to the professionals as well.The second of the Hybrid MLM compensation plans we'll touch on is what could be called a Matching Matrix. In this plan, as with all Matrix plans, the distributor is allowed a specific number of sponsorship positions on the first level.