Sabika might be an interesting choice for people wanting to make a little money, especially those who like the jewelry the company has to offer. However, the nature of the company and its compensation plan means that actually making an income from the company would be extremely difficult for most people that tried.
Network Marketing Lists & Reviews
I'm not a fan of multi-level marketing, so if you read these articles and reviews, keep that in mind. That being said, there are people out there that generate tons of money in their multi-level marketing business. How do they do it? They generate leads with a website.
You absolutely need a website to brand yourself. If you're going to last in this business, you need to own your business and not just be a sales rep. I've heard way too many horror stories of people getting the rug pulled from under them because the company gets sued and goes under or they get banned for violating the terms of service (which nobody reads anyway).
If you really want to rock the world of online marketing, do a mix of network marketing and affiliate marketing side by side. Get paid from multiple companies and diversify your earnings for income stability.
To be honest, there isn’t a lot about Perfectly Posh that makes it stand out. Sure, the products look kind of cool, but there isn’t a shortage of soaps and body butter products already on the market. At the same time, the commission scheme for the company is pretty typical and certainly puts distributors at a disadvantage.
The products at Your Inspiration at Home are fairly unique and there would be some demand for them. However, the price point and the nature of the products does also limit demand to a degree, which is something any potential distributor does need to consider. Overall, there is some potential with the company but as always, the MLM model makes the process of actually earning money fairly challenging.
In general, I like Homemade Gourmet itself. Selling food in an MLM can potentially offer distributors an advantage and the party model for sales actually works extremely well for this type of product. But this is still an MLM structure and that structure can make it difficult for people to earn money.
LifeVantage wants you to think that their products are amazing, but honestly, there is little to suggest that they are. Instead, the company promotes similar products to most other health MLMs out there and you also have to pay a lot of the starter kit to even get going with the company.
Click Intensity is a new network marketing company set to launch March 27. Though the product that you’ll supposedly be marketing is “advertising” and clicks, the real appeal of joining this company is to recruit new members. You get paid 10% commission on all Level 1 recruits. Click Intensity is an outright scam, and there are many red flags I will discuss in my review.
Organo’s main focus is products containing Ganoderma Lucidum, which is supposed to offer health benefits. I’m far from convinced and the company offers little evidence to prove its point. Even though reviews seem to like the taste of the coffee, it would still be hard to sell and the company’s commission plan is average at best. Overall, Organo is just most other MLMs and you would be struggling against a challenging system right from the beginning.
Thirty-One Gifts has appealing products that do seem to be popular and unique. But, the company is plagued by poor quality products, which decreases its appeal. The commission structure for the company is fairly typical although the party-based focus does add to the challenge of being successful in it. Overall, Thirty-One Gifts might be a good choice if you love their products, but for the rest of us, it isn’t a particularly effective way to make money.
Vemma doesn’t have a great reputation right now and that alone makes joining the company unappealing. While the company’s products do look decent they are on the expensive side, and there are hundreds of similar products on the market. At the same time, the company has a fairly standard compensation plan, with an added complication as the result of the FTC’s influence. At the end of the day, there is little unique or particularly appealing about Vemma and a lot about the company that raises questions.
Alliance in Motion calls itself the ‘No. 1 MLM company in the world’, but that clearly isn’t true. The products look subpar and are heavily hyped, even though there is no evidence to back up any of the company’s claims. Members also have to buy the products in packages, which makes the process of successfully earning money that much harder.