This LiveGood review is here to inform you of our experience with LiveGood. Let’s begin by saying right off the bat: a lot of marketers are pushing this as a means to “make $2,000 without enrolling anyone,” so let’s get that out of the way first.
Although there is a mathematical chance of something happening, it won’t actually take place. Simply signing up will not result in anyone making $2,000 per month on their own. It’s inevitable that this may offend some people, but we can’t avoid facing the facts.
Having said that, you will certainly be successful in making money if you advertise this programme. Ben Glinsky has never developed a programme that did not result in financial gain for its users. This one will be the same as the others.
The fear of loss paradigm that Powerline uses is quite persuasive, and it will win over a significant number of individuals.
No one is talking about the fact that there are some extremely good items available at prices that are reasonable, particularly for a multi-level marketing company. Ben has a licenced pharmacist working for him at all times, and it is quite unlikely that he would put his professional reputation at danger by selling fake goods.
I also like that from a marketing aspect, you can advertise this without any additional tools, which makes it incredibly user-friendly for people who are just starting out in the industry.
The company’s email follow-up service is also quite strong; once again, it uses the prospect of losing something as a very powerful incentive to encourage people to take action.
What We Like
It’s possible that you don’t fully comprehend what it is that we have going on with LiveGood…
Unless, of course, you see it the same way that I do.
But see, I’ve been a member, a fan, and yes, even a victim of the multi-level marketing (MLM) and network marketing (network marketing) company structures for more than three decades.
It’s not my first time at the rodeo.
During all of those years, I, along with a lot of other people, have been looking for “the unicorn.”
The business where the common person has a chance to genuinely come out on top.
It was only an illusion all along.
Don’t get me wrong—the multi-level marketing (MLM) industry is home to some very remarkable businesses.
The trouble is that they are rife with impediments that force the normal person to continue their never-ending pursuit of a goal that will never come true.
Expensive starter packs, in which you are pushed to make large qualifying purchases of goods if “you really want to succeed…” the company claims.
Products that are overpriced in order to pay commissions to those at the top of the company, such as protein drinks that cost one hundred dollars yet can be purchased at Walmart for twenty-two dollars…
You are required to purchase monthly autoships, which can cost hundreds of dollars, just to be active in the compensation plan.
There are monthly recruiting targets that the typical Joe (no relation) just isn’t capable of meeting.
You are beginning to understand.
They figuratively threw the outdated and ineffective MLM model out the window and went with LiveGood.
Instead, they decided to take a page out of Amazon’s playbook. This is the business model that Amazon Prime utilises.
Charge a cheap monthly membership fee of $9.95 and sell high-quality products at prices lower than wholesale at the same time.
You never buy things until you absolutely have to or unless you absolutely desire them. No quotas. There is no autoship.
Does it work? Ask the 100,000 new members who have signed up in the past three months. Join the Zoom sessions and observe the innumerable people who have struggled throughout their lives but are now finding success for the first time.
View the video and go on the free tour, regardless of whether you’ve seen it previously and think you already know everything there is to know about it. Pay attention, this time, to what is actually taking place in this area.
What We Dislike
Although I think the corporate websites have a slightly unprofessional appearance, you should not let this deter you from working with the company because most of us handle our own marketing.
What we have here, on the other hand, is an obvious choice.
You can have a highly marketable programme and the opportunity to get some pretty good things at very wholesale costs for the low, low price of just ten dollars dollars every month.
Imagine that some years ago you got the opportunity to sell “Amazon’s new Prime Membership Programme.”
Imagine for a moment that you were entitled to a monthly payment of $0.25 for each and every Prime subscription that is currently active…
This may very well be the most similar object ever seen to the legendary unicorn.
I am looking forwards to our success together.