MLM Suggestions

Discussion in 'Network/Multi-level Marketing' started by Casper, Aug 4, 2008.

  1. Casper

    Casper New Member

    We have heard how some MLM's are not worth joining because some offer products that are out of reach to the average consumer or consumers simply don't want to use, I was looking at finding another business to suplament my affiliate marketing websites, I was just wanting to know are there any MLM's out there that actually provides products that consumers actually want to use as I don't want to do one of those cash programs as they are a bit like the MLM's that tend to be totally useless.
     
  2. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    You could try Cognigen - they are free to join and mainly deal with products in the telecommunications industry, although they have some other products as well.
     
  3. seeyalater72

    seeyalater72 New Member

    Hey Casper,

    You should take a look at My Power Mall. With My Power Mall you get a free online mall with over 1200 stores to shop from. Your mall has every conceivable product you could ever want or need. Send me a private message if you want to learn more.
     
  4. westfam11

    westfam11 Member

    Casper,

    You could join Trivita. They offer products that the customers purchase month after month. You purchase the customers and you receive the commission rights of those customers for life.


    Becky
     
  5. marperrr

    marperrr New Member

    Check out Herbalife. The've been around for 27 years, do business in 67 countries, traded on the NYSE, have 7 of the top ten nutritional scientests in the word (including a Nobel Prize winner) desigining their products, did 4 billion in business last year and paid back 70% of their profits back to their distributors....
    Of course it isnt a "free" business and has start up fees and advertising expenses, but it is what brought Jodi home from our jobs forever (after only 4 long years of working our tails off) and is worth every second of your time if you dont give up and chase after the "flavor of the day."
     
  6. cybermommy

    cybermommy New Member

    Hey Casper!
    Nice to see you here again [​IMG]

    Traverus is a service/product that everyone wants and uses.
    My business has grown amazingly well in recent months and now with the added enhancements to the payplan its even better.

    There is also the new launched OceanSideWealth which I have added as an investement venture.
    It combines the best of MLM with Forex trading.
    Exceptional payplan and product/training.

    Feel free to shoot me a pm if you want more info [​IMG]

    Regards,
    Kara
     
  7. TimothyCarter

    TimothyCarter New Member

    Casper, our company has products that people love to consume on a daily basis and reorder (or autoship) on a monthly basis then become wonderful word-of-mouth referral specialists because of it.

    The reason I came out of retirement from FT Inter-network marketing to build our UriLife business is because our product line is ahead of the wave of massive growth, is unique in the network marketing industry, and is the future of nutrition because it's convenient, incredibly nutrient dense and lifestyle friendly that is affordable.

    So the product got me back into the industry...at first...then the comp plan combined with our hybrid network marketing business method, we expect to be in 100 countries in the next year on top of running our radio infomercials for our flagship product building a great customer base and pool of potential distributors of the future.

    Feel free to shoot me an email or phone call if you have any questions. I'm interviewing people on a daily basis to make sure they qualify as the type of person I want to work with. I've only got so many hours in the day. [​IMG] LOL
     
  8. Casper

    Casper New Member

    marperrr: Check out Herbalife. The've been around for 27 years, do business in 67 countries, traded on the NYSE, have 7 of the top ten nutritional scientests in the word (including a Nobel Prize winner) desigining their products, did 4 billion in business last year and paid back 70% of their profits back to their distributors....
    Of course it isnt a "free" business and has start up fees and advertising expenses, but it is what brought Jodi home from our jobs forever (after only 4 long years of working our tails off) and is worth every second of your time if you dont give up and chase after the "flavor of the day." I did look at Herbal Life but I found not only there fees were hight but to pay out $48.00AUD to find out more about the company is un-ethical.
     
  9. madblogger

    madblogger New Member

    Multi Level Marketing meets Social Networking! Check the sig!
     
  10. annadenise

    annadenise Active Member

    westfam11: Casper,

    You could join Trivita. They offer products that the customers purchase month after month. You purchase the customers and you receive the commission rights of those customers for life.


    Becky
    Trivita is the only company I know of where no matter when you come in and whether you just buy customers or refer others you can make an exceptional income. The products are all pharmaceutacal grade and some are patented. They've been in business 9 years, and the best part is this is cooperative marketing where Trivita gets all the customers through infomercials and print advertising then follows up with customers 18 times a year. We just buy the customers.

    Now everyone should certainly do what is best for them, but Becky and I both are thrilled to have found where we want to be and where we have control of our destiny by directly joining a company with a business model like Trivita has.

    Good luck deciding!!!
     
  11. WARRANTIES4LESS

    WARRANTIES4LESS New Member

    Interesting,

    I agree, most MLM's don't offer real value, or at best, subjective value based on supposed higher quality, but overall, it is rarely going to be less costly than similar non MLM products.

    Having researched thousands of online and offline offerings, very few get my serious interest, until now. lol We are all potential customers, as in the whole internet community will convert to this new T-1 super high speed internet ISP once they here the price of only $19.95 per month.

    Talk about value, what do you pay for T-1 access? I know what I was paying, and it was hundred every month, so how many who are using dial up at $9.95 to $19.95 would switch to T-1 super high speed for $19.95?

    Simply put, once you research this technology, the free offer to become an affiliate, the potential long term income with international expansion, I am sure you will agree, there is no better opportunity on the whole internet. How many people do you know who would convert from the big providers when presented with a far superior high speed wireless system which has no dead spots, is available in every corner of the world, so register for free to see.

    Good luck to all, Mike
     
  12. z2ac2k

    z2ac2k New Member

    casper try mysite it does pretty good it not mlm but its more bang for your buck and time
     
  13. alexa

    alexa New Member

    LOL, is anyone going to reply to Casper's legitimate question other than people trying to interest him a business opportunity? [​IMG]

    I think at the moment, the answer's "yes": quite a few MLM's are not worth joining because some offer products that are out of reach to the average consumer or products consumers simply don't want to use. And when the economy's in a delicate state, even though people want to earn a bit of money, that's very relevant because nobody wants to take chances. Even if people are willing to buy something expensive themselves for the sake of setting themselves up in business, they rightly worry about selling the same thing to other people, which won't be too easy in times like these.

    Programs that flourish in this sort of economic climate are really low-cost ones with the possibility of fast returns and no monthly outgoings at all. People can see themselves doing those, and they can see others doing them too. And they're right. And in reality there are many MLM companies to which that just doesn't apply!
     
  14. brt

    brt New Member

    I'll put in a 3rd vote for Trivita. Cooperative Marketing: Purchase your customers instead of trrying to find them!

    Brendan

    [​IMG]
     
  15. Casper

    Casper New Member

    alexa: LOL, is anyone going to reply to Casper's legitimate question other than people trying to interest him a business opportunity?

    I think at the moment, the answer's "yes": quite a few MLM's are not worth joining because some offer products that are out of reach to the average consumer or products consumers simply don't want to use. And when the economy's in a delicate state, even though people want to earn a bit of money, that's very relevant because nobody wants to take chances. Even if people are willing to buy something expensive themselves for the sake of setting themselves up in business, they rightly worry about selling the same thing to other people, which won't be too easy in times like these.

    Programs that flourish in this sort of economic climate are really low-cost ones with the possibility of fast returns and no monthly outgoings at all. People can see themselves doing those, and they can see others doing them too. And they're right. And in reality there are many MLM companies to which that just doesn't apply! You are so right I'm currently with MPM which is a really fantastic company because they sell products that consumers actually need or want to use on a daily basis plus you can market this business in so many ways it's not funny, Start up cost are important to me as I'm on disability which only gives me enough to survive on a 2 week basis. I was with EDC but when you look at those kinds of cash programs they only sell crappy e-books & software that the average person wouldn't use.
     
  16. alexa

    alexa New Member

    I can see the attraction of that, Casper. Hope it goes great for you. (My only reservation about it would be that I think many people have put in a big number of hours worked and if they work out their incomes from it in terms of the hours put in, it always seems to come out to under the minimum wage!)

    But I do take your point. When you look at the MLM companies with "autoship" some of them don't have any genuine retail customers at all, the sales are just to people forced to buy every month by the company in order to get paid.

    I think in these economic times, people are looking for an opportunity with a tiny set-up cost and no regular monthly outgoings or qualifying at all. It ought to be about making money, not spending it!
     
  17. ouzo12

    ouzo12 New Member

    Well, since you want a direct answer ... YES! You can join FM Group. They promote well known perfumes and cosmetics at the 1/4 of the price of the ones you find in the market. Very cheap to join and very easy to sell. I was ine Herbalife for 2 years and I know what I am talking about!
     
  18. Casper

    Casper New Member

    I was looking at something similar to Trivita simply because they would offer a lot more products & I think I'd be able to use some of these products which I think is important then I would be able to recommend them to other potential customers, The only problem with Trivita is that because I'm In Australia there is to much mucking around in terms of shipping as the business is not here in down under yet.
     
  19. RICH4NURICHE

    RICH4NURICHE New Member

    Casper: I was looking at something similar to Trivita simply because they would offer a lot more products & I think I'd be able to use some of these products which I think is important then I would be able to recommend them to other potential customers, The only problem with Trivita is that because I'm In Australia there is to much mucking around in terms of shipping as the business is not here in down under yet.
    THAT'S UNDERSTANDABLE CASPER. SHIPPING DOES NEED TO BE FACTORED IN. JUST KEEP SEARCHING AND I'M SURE YOU'LL FIND ONE.
     
  20. Tech Maish

    Tech Maish New Member

    For me MLM is very tap job.
    I am still trying to take benefit from MLM tactics
     

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