An Unbiased Third Party Qnanza Review – Should You Join?

By:Jaime Soriano July 14, 2011

MLM Reviews



If you’re reading this review, chances are you’re either a new distributor or you’re looking to join Qnanza and build a Qnanza business. Before you do, I want to encourage you to take a moment to read this entire review so you’ll be more equipped to make an educated decision as I will cover the company, the product and the business opportunity. In addition, I’ll also cover whether or not Qnanza is a credible and viable business opportunity.

First, let’s cover the actual company. Qnanza is actually a newly launched company and sister company to another network marketing company called AdzZoo. They market online coupons for traditional businesses through a network of distributors. The owners and corporate team are one and the same, which is a positive thing since the AdzZoo owners are experienced and have created a lot of success with AdzZoo over the last few years. In fact, AdzZoo has paid out several million dollars in commissions to the field and has hundreds of satisfied customers. Of course, that doesn’t automatically mean that Qnanza will be successful. However, if Qnanza can help business owners reach more potential customers through it’s online coupon concept, much like AdzZoo did with it’s local search marketing concept, then they are in good shape. Overall, the company certainly seems solid and looks to be prepared for future growth.

Now, let’s cover the product. Qnanza markets online coupons to traditional businesses. With Qnanza’s online coupons, the traditional business owner gets a couple of benefits. First, Qnanza does all the marketing for the business and drives potential customers to the business’s website. And second, it doesn’t cost the business anything upfront to have Qnanza do this for them. That alone is extremely effective since there’s literally no upfront risk for the business owner. It’s also important to note that if you’re looking to join Qnanza, a little company called Groupon has had tremendous success with the same coupon concept. Groupon’s popularity is a nice indicator that the market place is not only open, but receptive to the concept. And that is critical if you’re looking to market the online coupons as a distributor.

Lastly, let’s go into the actual business opportunity. Just like most network marketing companies, there is an initial start-up you have to pay to get started. Now, before you throw your hands up, it’s important that you understand that you are starting and building your own  business. If you look at it from that perspective, then the initial investment isn’t big at all. The compensation plan actually pays four ways. The first way is through a Personal Sales Bonus when you personally enroll a new client in the program. The second way is through Sales Renewals (or Residual Income) which pays you every month when one of your personal clients renews their program. The third ways is through Binary Commissions (or Override Income) which pays you a percentage of your small leg’s volume. It’s important to note that there are advantages and disadvantages of a binary. The advantage of a binary is you can potentially get spillover distributors from your upline. The disadvantage is you can get stranded all alone if you’re placed in an undesirable spot in your upline’s structure. For example, if you are placed on the “inside of an inside leg”, it is highly unlikely that you will get spillover. Of course, this doesn’t take away from the Qnanza opportunity. Why? Because if you’re serious, you should have the mentality that you will personally build both of your legs, and any spillover should be considered a bonus. The last way you can get paid is through Matching Bonuses on the enrollment team you personally build. All in all, the compensation plan looks quite fair and can be lucrative for the right person.

In closing, it’s easy to see that Qnanza is a credible company with a viable opportunity. The company has a solid ownership team, a needed product and a generous compensation plan. Because the company has all that in place, it should be a given that you will be successful if you join, right? Wrong… At the end of the day, your success will depend on your ability to get customers and sponsor distributors into your business. And having a good marketing and lead generation system will help you do both. My suggestion is that you incorporate Attraction Marketing into your business, even if you’re focus is offline marketing. If you can combine effective offline marketing and online Attraction Marketing, you can very well be on your way to building a prosperous Qnanza business.

Success with your Qnanza business requires a working knowledge of personal branding and lead generation. Learn to build your Qnanza downline by being an Alpha Networker both offline and online.

Additional online training to help you Sponsor Qnanza Reps is available with Jaime Soriano.

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