Empower Network - Review
Review Empower Network. What can anyone tell me about Empower Network? Have you had success or know someone personally that has had success with the program? I think that it's not really worth the benefit. Their blogging platform gives you your own website. So does Blogger and they give you one free. Both sites own your content. Also, they claim 100 percent commission which is false. I know someone who tried it, and they paid 25 dollars for the blog. I believe they had to pay another 20 dollars to become a paid affiliate or something else, and then another 20 dollars for a capture page to collect leads. That's already 65 dollars. They also have a 500 dollar club you can join and you get the works for 5000 dollars.
So how did Empower Network become popular so fast? Was it all hype and extremely good marketing? Or is it genuinely a way to make a decent income online. I read some scam reports and found nothing bad.
What I don't like is they say they pay 100 percent commission, when it's clearly more like a 30 percent commission. Of course they have multi levels where they charge more money and you get higher commissions.
I'm not asking if it's a scam because I know it's not. I know they also give a genuine opportunity to make money. But are they being too greedy and charging too much money and not giving enough love to their affiliates in return? And how good are their products and blogging platform?
Ugh. I am always getting emails about this because people want to capitalize on my youtube or blog following and they know I could probably get a handful of people to sign up. Apparently they just launched a new product recently "Blog Beast" and so people are promoting it like crazy.
I don't like any program that is vague about what they offer on the sales page and then they don't really tell you until you buy that the best way to make money is to recruit other people. So you really have to become a salesperson to make worthwhile money. Plus all that hype drives me nuts.
I know people do well and that's good for them, but I don't like anything that resembles MLM (even though they don't tell you it's MLM.)
The best way to make money with these kinds of programs is to recruit others to sign up under you for the highest level of membership and then you train/coach them to recruit more people. What really bothers me is that you rarely see anyone who is making money because of their "blogging product" meaning the product taught them how to build a website on fishing, golf, or something NOT related to recruiting other people to EN. If you go on YouTube, everyone is always promoting the sign ups because that's where the money is.
Everyone who joins is trained to promote more people. So you're really working to make the top guys rich.
I think the only reason they have a "blogging product" is to keep it from being classified as a pyramid scheme.
I'm just tired of all the unsolicited emails.
Not a fan.
I understand what you mean totally. I actually believe that the program could be great. But they are vague on the products that are being offered. 1 product is $5000.00 dollars that I mentioned previously, which appears to be a club that gives you better training. It's clear that these guys are about money. I think if the focus was more on helping others to really obtain wealth and help people make money online, then it would actually be something that works a little better. From what I hear you have to keep spending money with them and spend your own money to promote their product, which they call their "viral blogging platform."
The big mistake I see with these guys is that they promote their juice from being a large website. But I really don't think that's a benefit to other websites they put on their domain. Google bots will be able to distinguish which blogs they will send traffic to. Yet and still, I admire their advertising. I think it's brilliant.
I believe legitimate money can be made online once the focus is less on the business and more on the people that the business serves (or should serve). Once the focus is on the people, then everyone can benefit from a great service that actually works. That is what adds value to the internet. Once the value is added to the internet, it truly becomes a better and more enjoyable environment.
I personally wouldn't sign up with them myself. Not saying they are bad or the system doesn't work. But I feel like they don't offer enough value in their products. But that's just my opinion.