At its heart, NuCerity is a fairly standard MLM and it has all of the issues that go along with that. The company also has products that are overpriced with little to make them stand out above all of the other skincare products on the market. While the lucky few might be able to make money from this company, the vast majority of distributors wouldn’t be able to.
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.
Unilever doesn’t offer much information about its direct marketing side and seems to focus primarily on providing information through its distributors rather than online. The opportunity does seem to be focused in India, at least at present, suggesting that it won’t be relevant for anyone in the United States. While the company does offer good products, it is unclear what is in their MLM program or what prices they are sold at.
Sanki Global isn’t exactly well-known as a MLM, and it’s easy to see why. While the company’s products have these fantastic health claims behind them, there really isn’t much indication that the products are better than anything else in the market. Instead, it is yet another MLM with a complicated commission plan and a strong emphasis on recruiting.
Reviewing New Life was kind of like re-watching a movie. There are just so many similarities between this company and other health and wellness MLMs, especially in terms of the products and lack of scientific support. There is nothing that makes this company stand out from the pack, and it is just simply a rehashed version of dozens of other MLMs. To make matters worse, the name isn’t well-known, so distributors don’t even have reputation on their side.
The large product selection from Nature’s Sunshine does make it seem like an appealing company, but it still has all of the challenges of a MLM. That includes not one but two complicated commission schemes and the standard emphasis on recruitment. While the product selection makes the company better than many MLMs, members still face an uphill battle in making money.
Surge 365 holds back a lot of information about what it offers, forcing potential buyers to dig deep for information or rely on distributors. The company even offers very little information about the types of prices available in its service, even though it charges $349 for that service. It seems likely that distributors would have a hard time finding anyone interested in actually purchasing, which makes the whole income opportunity rather unappealing.
There is a lot of hype with Mannatech and the company has faced some challenges in promoting their products without making illegal claims. The site certainly implies that their products offer substantial health benefits, even though the science is limited at best. The company’s history doesn’t exactly inspire me with confidence, and at the same time, they have a complicated compensation plan and the prices of the products would make them hard to sell.
XanGo has cultivated a lot of hype surrounding its product and its health potential – but the evidence simply isn’t there. There is no real evidence suggesting that the fruit is any better than many other antioxidant-containing fruits, yet distributors continue to push the ‘amazing’ health benefits of the products.
The products from Zurvita aren’t too bad, but there are a lot of similar products on the market, so distributors face a whole lot of competition. At the same time, the commission scheme for the company has many requirements and is difficult to progress through. All of this means that the chance of making money through the MLM is much lower than the company and its distributors imply.
I’ve very unimpressed by the products that Nikken has to offer. Some of them are downright suspicious and there is a lot of mixed reviews about the products online. This makes it a concerning MLM to get involved in. The company also isn’t very clear about its compensation plan, but the information that was available suggests that the plan is just as complex as most other MLMs.