The concept behind Pure Romance makes some sense to me and I can see there being some demand for the products and the parties. However, even with that, this is not something that you could turn into a long-term successful business. At the end of the day, the company uses a similar structure to other MLMs, one that places strong emphasis on recruitment and team building. That simply isn’t an effective way to make money.
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For my #1 recommended training course, I recommend Wealthy Affiliate. With more than a decade of success stories under their belt and a thriving community, it's clear why every other training program out there just cannot compare.
Those scammy $9 PDF guide with upsells to $10,000 coaching calls sound ridiculous when you can pay $1 per day to be part of a dynamic training program with a supportive and enthusiastic community of online entrepreneurs.
As programs go, Avon is a very well-known program, and there are many Avon reps out there who try to use Avon as a way to make money. There are many advantages of Avon, but as a money making tool alone, it is unlikely to be effective for most people. The problem with Avon is that you are responsible for getting your own customers through networking.
Many MLMs don’t hang around all that long, but Mary Kay is an exception to that general rule. Don’t let its long history fool you though, as the company is still similar to other MLMs in many ways. Certainly, it has a complex commission scheme that heavily relies on recruiting others and growing your downline.
Chalky & Company could work well for people who are already focused on crafts and want to make the process easier for others. There are some clear advantages to the company too. But, even so, it wouldn’t suit everyone as an income opportunity.
The product line of Damsel in Defense isn’t what you typically find at a MLM, but that’s where the uniqueness of the company ends. Essentially, the company is yet another MLM that is targeted at women and focuses on the idea of empowering. In this case, the products themselves are promoted as ways to empower women as is the opportunity. Realistically though, the chances of making money from this company are the same as most other MLMs, slim, at best.
Creative Memories can seem like a great choice if you’re already into scrapbooking. And, it actually has some key advantages over other similar companies if you’re wanting to earn some income.
Mōdere Review Company Name: Modere Costs: $29.95 Rating: 41/100 Do I Recommend Modere? Yes, you can make money with Modere. There is a decent range of products, and customers who are willing to buy them, even at the high prices. That being said, I don’t recommend Modere as a good way to make money. There […]
Deadbeat Super Affiliate Reloaded is jam-packed resource of information on how to build websites according to the “deadbeat style” that Dan Brock sets out for you. He really over-delivers with high quality video, accompanying text, and an active forum.
However, I just have very strong doubts about how well these websites will rank and earn, since I’ve tried and failed with similar business models.
My review of Empower Network. Spoiler: It’s a pyramid scheme disguised as blogging!
Jessica Larrew and crew deliver a super high quality course specifically for people interested in starting a business dealing with Amazon FBA. The main thing lacking in this course is the ability to ask questions on the training modules.