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 […]
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.
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
Sisel International is just another copycat MLM business, trying to get their hands on the money that companies like Amway and Herbalife leave behind. They sell all the typical products like health, beauty home care. But the real product is hype and hope. They want to recruit new members who can recruit new members by selling them a dream, which only turns into a nightmare.
I don’t know where Matt Lloyd’s work starts and ends, but I do know that this is an extremely deceptive way to market a program. There are numerous complaints about the high ticket items sold within the members area, especially when some of the steps are presented as “free”. Even if you accept the $49 charge for a ‘free’ program, you’re in for an unhappy surprise when the first ‘one time offer’ is going to cost you $2000.