I think there is some potential to be had with the Send Out Cards subscription service, and the MLM portion of their business is downplayed compared to other opportunities (which is good). However, I think there are much nicer greeting cards available from other places for similar prices. I also think something like a greeting card is an especially hard pitch to sell to folks, since for most people, sending regular greeting cards is not a high priority.
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.
Sell vacation packages as a ‘travel agent’ and recruit members into Paycation as travel agents. Honestly, I think the product isn’t that bad, and could be a pretty good business idea if it weren’t for all the MLM junk tied up in the program.
I have made over 50 websites with different domain extensions over the years and would not touch a .ws domain. No real webmaster would. Your potential customer base there is the uninformed person. There is a pretty good emphasis on recruiting, which makes Global Domains International very pyramid-y, but if they would focus on just hiring affiliates to sell their .ws extension I would give them a better rating as being just a normal affiliate program.
AdvoCare Review Company Name: AdvoCare Costs: $79+ Rating: 45/100 What Is It An MLM company with health and wellness products. The flagship products are Spark energy drink and the 24 Day Challenge (weight loss program) Short Review Their products get mixed reviews, but a good amount positive reviews from non-affiliated reviewers. I do not recommend […]
There are much cheaper and more highly rated products available from other stores (namely Amazon), and the compensation plan for Nerium is unbelievably complicated. There are bonuses available which seem to sweeten the deal, but I’d rather focus on actually make sales than worrying about jumping through hoops to win a free iPad. The sales numbers required to actually obtain these things are astronomical.
Video in email is as simple as uploading your video to YouTube and pasting a link into Gmail. This is free, so I don’t see any reason to buy a product that focuses on Video Emails except for small businesses. Talk Fusion has way to much emphasis on their compensation plan and recruiting. Although they are a member of the DSA, it’s clear that this is an MLM recruiting company, AKA pyramid scheme.
Product Name: Stream Energy Product Owner: Mark Schiro Advertised Price: $329 plus $29 monthly Rating: 30/100 What Is It? Stream Energy is an American energy provider to commercial and residential customers in six states as well as the District of Columbia. It is one of a few retail energy startups that was created out […]
Ambit Energy is an electric and natural gas service provider to residential in deregulated energy market areas in the U.S. They boast having over a million customers in these 14 states. The company was founded in 2006 by telecommunication energy industry veteran Jere Thompson and Chris Chambless of Texas. Their business model is lowering energy bills for their customers and providing a way for their direct sales consultants to earn extra money and incentives through a multi-level marketing (MLM) plan. But are they a legit company and/or business opportunity?
MonaVie is just like all the other MLM companies out there and dramatically exaggerates the likelihood of any distributor actually making money through the company. The complex compensation plan and range of terms and conditions places a lot of restrictions on people trying to earn money – which is one of the reasons that most people joining don’t make much (or any) profit.
MLM companies focusing on internet marketing are typically very manipulative and misleading, and Neucopia is no exception. While it is presented as a fantastic program, the reality is that members pay for the ‘privilege’ of being an affiliate. It is an approach that can quickly get expensive and in reality it is not easy to earn money through Neucopia or to recruit other people into the company