Clever Container is one of the better MLMs out there, with a strong emphasis on its products and a product selection that is actually appealing and not too badly priced. While consultants still face many challenges and costs involved with being successful, Clever Container might be relevant for people passionate about the products that the company sells. However, for those who aren’t, there are other opportunities out there.
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.
This particular MLM can’t even make it clear what products you are supposed to be promoting or what is involved in promoting them. Instead, the site offers two different sets of products, one set that looks sub-standard and one set that isn’t even properly explained. This would make it very difficult to make any sales or make any money with the company.
Life Shotz doesn’t offer a lot of products and there is no real evidence that the products work better than anything else in the market. Additionally, they are highly overpriced, making them challenging to sell. The business opportunity is nothing special and members have to stay active to earn money. This means purchasing products or making sales and it can be difficult to do this consistently.
Arbonne’s opportunity is similar to most other MLMs, and most members simply aren’t successful at making money through the company. The only real advantage that the company has is the natural emphasis of its products, but even then, its products tend to be expensive, making it hard to make sales.
Vfinity is a typical MLM company, with the same types of products and approaches as countless other companies out there. With expensive products, a very limited selection and no proof of benefits, making any sales at all would be difficult and getting a full business going would be so much harder. To make matters worse, the company doesn’t even make its compensation plan clear until after you have signed up.
TruVision Health is an MLM weight loss and health company. The products seem OK, and have decent reviews online. However, there are lots of small complaints I have that add up.
Melaleuca is a very secretive organization. Product prices not listed on the website, a full compensation plan is not linked, and they deny being an MLM company. Their customer representatives attitudes give the company a bad name. There are many alternative green product creators out there which have much more transparent policies, and are not associated with the negativity of MLM cult mentality.
Reviews of Royal Prestige cookware seem to be on both far ends of the scale – some people love it, some people hate it. But in combination with deceptive marketing tactics from distributors and other high end brands with much better reputations, I don’t see this as a good opportunity to join.
Though there seem to be no real complaints about this company, it’s very clear that this is a recruitment based MLM and not something you should get involved in. They seem to offer nothing new to our health or the MLM world.
There are many competing services in the ‘deals app’ industry that do not require such a fee to join. There are also many affiliate programs that are free. I don’t think this is going to be an easy sell for folks that simply want to do deal shopping by themselves.