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.
I pretty much don't like MLM and don't recommend it. That being said, I know boatloads of people get involved and nothing I can say will convince them otherwise.
The main thing is to make sure you are in control of you business, because most MLMers just "sell stuff" on Facebook and as soon as their friends and family stop buying stuff, their business dies.
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.
Nu Skin Review What is Nu Skin? An American direct selling company that operates using a MLM model and sells anti-aging products. Distributors earn money through selling product and recruiting others. Anti-aging is a huge industry, and seems to be growing over time. If you enjoy helping people look and feel younger, then selling anti-aging […]