Market America

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by SELESSARD, Jul 3, 2009.


    SELESSARD New Member

    My sister introduced me to Market America and now I'm doing some research. I have used and do like the products.
    Has anyone had any experience with this company? Good or Bad
  2. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member


    If you like their products and find MLM appealing then you might like to try it out.

    Personally, I wouldn't bother with that or any MLM program. Be advised that to get bonus level payouts, you have to consume X dollars of their own line each month (or week) to qualify.

    I find that particular setup to be very annoying.

    They are typically hyped like most MLMs. They focus far too much on the earning potential and don't talk much about their products.

    I looked into it because someone I know was interested in it. I told them not to join.

    But, like I said, if you really believe in their products and like the idea of network marketing, then consider giving it a go.

    ~Newbie Shield~
  3. kyrash

    kyrash New Member

    Newbie Shield: They are typically hyped like most MLMs. They focus far too much on the earning potential and don't talk much about their products.

    I looked into it because someone I know was interested in it. I told them not to join.
    Oh you see that too? Just like when i joined some 6startravellersclub and you know the rest of the story blah blah after 1 month. I got nothing and since then i kinda hate MLM with a passion...
  4. Craig

    Craig New Member

    We have 10 years experience with this company and its a sound company. They have always sent the checks that we have earned and I've been to corporate where I talked with vendors that produce the products. They all speak highly of the companies integrity(getting paid promptly ranks up there with me).

    There are two basic ways to build a business like this 1)retail to recruit 2)recruit to retail. The way I suggest people to start out is finding a product(s) they like and they feel very comfortable (#1) mentioning to the people they know, at the appropriate time. In other words, if someone has migraines they most likely won't be interested in something for losing weight. And I don't give product away; its no way to run a business. Only wholesale or retail

    If you have people that are open to trying the particular product, and like it, (say..3-5people) then- and only then-should you consider being a distributor. This company is a stickler for being in compliance with FTC regs and if you don't have regular customers you can forget making this work. Always lead with the products!
  5. FreeCashMan

    FreeCashMan Well-Known Member

    If you like it then pursue it. No reason to hate mlm, most just can't commit to do what needs to be done long enough to be successful. Mlm, networking has produce more self made millionaires then pretty much any other homebased opportunity.

    What you want to looking for is what is the marketing success training and strategy. That is what dictates success.
  6. MomEO

    MomEO New Member

    I have been with Market America for 4 years now. The first company I have made money with. It has many professional divisions, which I love. I have a background in pharma, so the nutraMetrix division was a natural. It is the only company I have ever been able to recruit and sponsor someone, besides my mom lol. It eliminates some of the things that frustrated me with mlms.
  7. talfighel

    talfighel Silver Member

    I agree with Newbie Shield too. If you like their products and like the concept of network marketing then get into it.

    Network marketing is a real business.

  8. carterstory

    carterstory New Member

    We've been with MA for about 1 year now (And haven't been doing what we should be doing). It's a GREAT company, the local support is great, and helpful, they really want to see people do well. It is work but there are lots of people that have been successful.
    It is MLM, and it is Network Marketing.. you need to buy and sell products, and sign up new distributors in order to star making real money

    I really haven't worked on how well online recruiting translates to MA which is more focused on local people. But am planning on building a strategy shortly.
  9. mtran2000

    mtran2000 New Member

    The products have to be good to be successful in MLM. Also you need good upline support and a solid marketing plan.

    If someone tries to push into signing up quickly and gets upset if you ask questions, find another sponsor.

  10. carterstory

    carterstory New Member

    I agree with Mark.. Your upline should be about helping you not getting you signed up too quickly.. MY UL didn't let me sign till I had some people buying first.

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