If you’re checking out this review of AdJuice, chances are you’re looking into the company and contemplating whether or not you should become a distributor. If that’s the case, I want to encourage you to go over this short but detailed review before making your decision. I’ll be going into some relevant information about the company, their product and compensation plan. I’ll also cover whether or not AdJuice is a good business opportunity. Before going on, I want to disclose that I am not an AdJuice distributor so you can bet that you’ll be getting a true unbiased review of the company.
Who Is AdJuice And What Do They Sell?
First, let’s cover some information on the actual company. In my opinion, this is the most critical area of the business you should look into if you’re seriously looking to join. Why? Because if the company isn’t solid enough to be around long term, then having the greatest products or having the most generous compensation plan means nothing.
AdJuice is a new network marketing company that offers discounts at local stores, theatres, spas, restaurants and other businesses. The company leverages group buying and provides savings of up to 50%-90% to it’s members. It’s a simple concept: AdJuice uses group buying to get the very best deals from local business… and local business are positioned to get more exposure since their deals are promoted to AdJuice members. The company is based in Henderson, Nevada and is owned by a company called Beyond Commerce, Inc. It’s management team is led by Robert McNulty, Mark Noffke and Melody Guest. It’s important to know that AdJuice is the company formerly known as Kaching Kaching. Several months back, Kaching Kaching was getting a lot of buzz online but eventually fizzled out. Of course, that doesn’t automatically mean that the same thing will happen to AdJuice but it is relevant information to know if you’re looking to join.
How Do You Make Money With AdJuice?
As far as the compensation plan goes, you can earn income a few different ways. You can earn a $100 Bonus for every new person you personally sponsor into the business. The company will also put $25 for every new person enrolled into a Quarterly Bonus Pool you can participate in. It’s important to note that you’ll be required to refer four merchants to the company. You’ll be able to earn 15% on every merchant you personally refer to the company. There’s also a Profit Sharing Pool you can participate in based on your production. Overall, the compensation plan looks fair and can be quite rewarding for the right person.
Is AdJuice A Good Business Opportunity?
In closing, AdJuice may be a good fit for you if you’re looking to offer a service to people that allows them to save money on their shopping. While the group-buying concept certainly makes sense, it’s certainly too early to tell if AdJuice will be the next big thing in the network marketing industry. But judging by the success of companies like Groupon, group-buying is certainly getting more and more popular. If you do decide to join, it’s important to know that you will need to know how to market if you want to increase your chances of success. My suggestion is to use Attraction Marketing to brand yourself online and generate leads. If you can do that, you can very well be on your way to building a profitable AdJuice business.
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