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First and foremost, Empower Network is not the first of it’s kind in regards to the concept or the services, and it certainly won’t be the last.
I must say that even before I had to do my own write-up, there are plenty of great articles out there to read.
A lot of what I was going to write-up was already written by the above blog.
The bigger issue is that anyone can copy this model, and there goes your team. I know that they probably had a huge wave of people joining but then again, a LOT of people quitting hence more casualties and the reason why the average for retention is 8% on the DSA.
The problem comes down to no actual product being sold. And please don’t try to justify the blogging product because I can get free blog’s online like wordpress which I used myself previously.
Companies like Empower Network, once they’ve reached the masses, and people start quitting will lead to many others to quit because no one is making money, and no one is actually getting anything of value, and the bubble that grew big starts to deflate even quicker.
I can only see thousands if not more casualties being left behind and another bad hit on the MLM industry but that’s just my opinion. Frankly, if you want a long lasting MLM income, at the very least, you need a product, something tangible!
Lastly, the compensation plan doesn’t really need more explanation then the one above in the link. The idea is that you bring in others into the company that pay the $25. Of the people you get to sign-up, you keep 1,3,5, 7-10, 12-16, etc of the people you introduced the $25 that they paid so they say 100% commission. I will say that this is misleading to say that one gets 100% commissions because you’re not getting 100% commission on everything. You’re only getting it on the 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th-10th, 12th-16th etc…
Now if you’re wondering what happens to the people in between, so the 2nd, 4th, 6th, etc… that gets paid to the person who introduced you. And here is a diagram I got from the website above.
So it’s basically a sign-up game. But it’s interesting because they say $25 like it’s nothing but to get paid commissions you have to get your e-Wallet which costs about $19.99 a month. Then they promote other things to you (again not a product), like the Inner Circle ($100/month) which you want to do to maximize your commissions, Costa Rica Incentive $500 and the $15K formula ($1,000 one time payment) and again another one of those that make it seem so low-cost, you feel like a sudden surge of hidden fees after.
I can foresee Empower Network basically taking its toll one city after the next and the original city that got hit is basically gone by now except for those at the top making a lot of the incomes. In any case, I can’t see how anyone could even compare EN to GWT because GWT pays 10% commission on your first person down to infinity! And if you look carefully at the top diagram, the very very top spot most likely belongs to the company who is making a KILLING because they’re getting a share of everyone’s 2nd person, and the 2nd’s 2nd person and the 2nd 4th’s person and etc… So my point here is that it’s not paying 100% because if you factor how many people you’re not getting paid from, and the bigger your team grows, the lower the % of pay out from your team you’re getting.