Over the last couple of days, I’ve been getting several calls and emails about a company called iWowWe. And after taking a good look at their website and some of the other details I’ve been given, I decided to write a review on them that may be helpful to those that are seriously thinking about joining. If that’s the situation for you, I want to encourage you to take some time to go over the information below so that you’ll be more equipped to make an educated decision.
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Who Is iWowWe And What Do They Sell?
First things first, let’s go into the company itself. In my opinion, if you’re thinking about becoming a distributor, this is where you should start your due diligence. Why? Because if a company isn’t structured to last long term and does not have solid marketable products, then compensation plan really is irrelevant.
As far as the company goes, iWowWe is a company that sells Video Email and Video Meeting services through a network marketing model. The company was started in 2007 by Bill Starkey. Besides being the founder, Starkey is also the company’s CEO and inventor of the company’s products. Starkey is no new-comer to the industry as he has been in the industry for over 20 years and was a big player in Amway back in the days. In addition to Starkey, the company just added Steve Little (who was most recently the #1 income earner at WorldVentures) to the corporate team. While the company has been around for 4 years already, the company created an affiliate platform a few months ago to reach more customers. Based on some of the information I’ve received, the company has over 11,000 affiliates already and has paid commissions to people in over 24 countries. I’ve also heard from very reliable people that the company is debt-free and that the owner and investor’s have access to $100 million to grow the company. Of course, while this information is coming from a very reliable source, it’s not on an official company website so take it for what it is. It goes without saying that if you’re really serious about joining, you should do some research so you know exactly what you’re getting into.
How Do You Make Money With iWowWe?
You can become a iWowWe distributor for only $70 upfront and $20 a month. The compensation plan is a 3X7 Forced Matrix. Based on information I’ve seen, the compensation plan pays out 80%, which is pretty generous compared to the average MLM company. While there is no sponsoring requirements to get paid residual income from the forced matrix, you can get paid up to 100% Matching Check if you do decide to bring people on board. Overall, the compensation plan looks pretty generous and can be quite lucrative for the right person.
Should You Join?
In closing, iWowWe looks solid and set up for future growth. There are very experienced people at the helm, a very marketable product and a generous compensation plan. Unfortunately, these things alone will not guarantee your success. At the end of the day, the biggest factor to your success will be your ability to market. My suggestion is to use an Attraction Marketing system that will help you brand yourself and generate leads. If you can use an effective online system, and combine it with effective offline marketing techniques, you can very well be on your way to building a prosperous business.
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