The study by marketing analytics firm NSCOM, conducted by Nielsen, found that the most money a person earned from a network marketing marketing network was the amount they spent on food, drink and entertainment, compared to those who were not.
Network marketing groups in the US have increased by more than 50% since 2000, and have more than doubled in size to more than 11 million people, with over half of the group’s members in the top income bracket, the study found.
The report also showed that, although the majority of groups are small, the number of people in the middle and upper income brackets are also increasing.
The top 1% of earners have more in common with the top 1%.
This is likely due to the way that income is distributed.
Network marketing groups have a lot of influence on the way people spend their money.
They are more likely to be used by younger people who tend to be more dependent on cash, and people who are more prone to spending on things like food and entertainment.
The study, published in the journal Marketing Intelligence, found people in these groups spend more on food in general, with the most spending on the food items on the top two pages of the marketing funnel.
In the case of alcohol, the most spenders on the first page of the funnel were the most affluent, the report said.
Other items in the funnel that were the top spenders included drinks, cosmetics, travel and leisure, and tobacco.
The highest earners were in the bottom two categories of spending, with people earning over $50,000 a year spending over $10,000 on food items and over $60,000 spending $30,000 or more.
This study also found that there were more men in the groups that had higher spending on alcohol than women, but it is not clear if this was due to a greater proportion of women in the group.
However, the research found that men in these network marketing group were more likely than women to be in the highest income bracket.
The researchers said it is possible that women may be more likely spend more than men on the second page of their marketing funnel due to higher spending in their social circle.