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The Binary plan is an organizational plan used by multi-level marketing (MLM) organizations wherein new organization members are introduced into a Binary Tree structure, or a left and a right subtree.
Normally, one subtree is referred to as a Power Leg while the second subtree is a Profit Leg.
The Power Leg structure has automatic placement of new members, even by members previously enrolled, or ancestors, to the current member. Since any new members must be placed below their enrolling member, they naturally must fall to an available leaf node of the Binary Tree. Order of placement may be any of Preorder, Inorder or Postorder as determined by either the organization or the enrolling member's nearest ancestor.
The Profit Leg of the Binary Tree normally contains those new members who are personally enrolled by the member.
Some members below any node on the tree are automatically placed by a member's ancestor, while other subordinate members are placed at a specific location in the tree by the member himself.
Compensation in a Binary plan is based upon a formula dependent upon a certain value of sales in the Power Leg matching up with a certain value of sales in the Profit Leg.
Infinite MLM Software supports to setup your own Binary Compenation Plan with two simple steps. This MLM Software is the complete online solution for managing your MLM BUSINESS with a simple Binary Plan Calculation. The admin control panel makes easy for administrating your network using simple user interface so that any one can operate easily.
In step one enter your personal detail and select your plan as binary from.
In the second step enter the following Binary MLM plan details.
First pair: 1:1 or 2:1
This is the first pair either 1:1 or 2:1 If the plan is 1:1, the first pair calculated based on one user in left and one user in right ,the following pair is same as 1:1
If the plan is 2:1 or 1:2, the first pair calculated based on either two user in left and one user in right or vice versa. The following pair is same as 1:1