My experience with the program so far
Let's get one thing out of the way up front: A lot of marketers are advertising this as a way to "make $2000 without enrolling anyone. "
While that is a mathematical possibility, it's not going to happen. No one is going to make $2000 per month just by joining. I'm sure that's going to upset some folks, but we need to be real.
Having said that, if you do market this program, you will make money. No program ever created by Ben Glinsky did not make people money. This one will be no different.
The Powerline fear of loss model is very convincing and will convert lot's and lot's of people.
What nobody is talking about is that there are some very good products that are reasonably priced, especially for an MLM. Ben has a licensed pharmacist on staff that probably wouldn't risk his professional association if the products weren't legit.
I also like the fact from a marketers standpoint is that you can promote this without any additional tools, which makes it very newbie-friendly.
The email follow-up provided by the company is also very good, again, using the fear of loss as a very compelling motivator. What I Like
You might not really understand what we have here with LiveGood...
That is, unless you see it like I do.
You see, I've been an on and off member, fan, and yes, victim of the MLM/network marketing business model for more than 3 decades.
This is not my first rodeo.
In all those years I, like many, have searched for "the unicorn. "
The company where the average person can actually win.
It never really existed.
Don't get me wrong, there are some really great companies occupying the MLM space.
The problem is, they're filled with roadblocks that keep the average person constantly chasing a dream that never comes true.
Expensive starter packs, where you are encouraged to buy huge qualifying product purchases if "you really want to succeed... "
Overpriced products so they can pay commissions to the top, like hundred-dollar protein shakes that you can buy at Walmart for 22 bucks...
Monthly autoships that can cost hundreds of dollars just so you can stay active in the comp plan.
Monthly recruiting quotas that the average Joe (no relation) just can't keep up with.
You get the picture.
With LiveGood, they literally threw out the old, broken MLM model.
Instead, they took a page from the Amazon book. This is the Amazon Prime Business Model.
Charge a small monthly membership fee ($9.95) and sell quality products at below-wholesale prices.
You only buy products when you want to and when you need to. No quotas. No autoship.
Does it work? Ask the 100,000 people who joined in the last 90 days. Get on the Zoom calls and watch the countless people that never had success before and are finally winning.
So even if you've seen it before and you think you know, watch the video and take the free tour. This time, pay attention to what's really going on here. What I Dislike
I find the company provided websites a little cheap-looking but since most of us create our own marketing, this shouldn't be a deal breaker for you. Final Verdict
What we have here though, is a no-brainer.
For just $10 bucks a month you have a very marketable program and get to buy some very good products at very-wholesale prices.
Imagine if you had the opportunity several years ago to market "Amazon's new Prime Membership Program. "
Now imagine if you were getting paid $.25 per month for all the Prime memberships active today...
This might be the closest thing ever to the elusive unicorn.
I look forward to winning with you!