An Unbiased Third Party Review Of Clever Container – Is It A Good Opportunity?
If you’re reading this, then chances are you’re doing some due diligence on Clever Container. Perhaps someone you know introduced you to the company and you’re thinking about joining. Or maybe you stumbled upon the company while surfing the Internet. Regardless of how you were introduced to the company, if you’re thinking about joining and becoming a distributor, it’s a good thing you found this review. Why? Because in it, I’ll share some essential information with you that you’ll need to know before joining. Before proceeding, I do want to disclose that I’m not a Clever Container distributor so you can bet that you’ll be getting a true unbiased third party review.
Who Is Clever Container?
First things first, let’s cover some details about who the company is and what they actually sell. Clever Container is a company that sells various ‘clutter reducing’ organizational products through a network marketing, or direct sales, business model. The company is based in Detroit, Michigan and has been around since 2006. It was started by Karen Eschebach and Jennifer Weaver. The company has been a proud member of the DSA (Direct Selling Association) since 2008, which is good to know if you’re seriously considering becoming a distributor.
As far as the products go, there are dozens and dozens of products ranging from kitchen essentials, bathroom products, products for your car and even products for your pet. The common denominator of all the products is that they are designed to eliminate clutter, which in turn allows you to get more organized. And being more organized allows you to be more functional and effective in whatever you do. From a business perspective, it’s good to know that these products already have an existing market you can position yourself in front of, should you decide to join.
How Do You Make Money In Clever Container?
As far as the business opportunity goes, Clever Container allows you to become a consultant, or independent distributor. The company operates on a ‘home party’ system, whereby you can invite people over and share the products and business opportunity with then in a non-formal environment. You can earn commissions, or Hostess Dollars, based on the sales made. And you can also qualify to get products at half-price, and get free shipping and handling. Overall, the compensation plan looks fair and it’s not hard to see how many people can get involved and make a part-time income promoting the products.
Is Clever Container A Good Opportunity?
In closing, it’s easy to see that Clever Container is a good company. They sell quality products and provide a fair compensation plan for their consultants. In my opinion, what’s most impressive is that they have been around for more than 5 years. Why is that impressive? Because 95% of start-up companies don’t make it past their first 5 years. They’re obviously doing something right. With that said, having a solid company in place is not enough for you to succeed. At the end of the day, your success will depend on your ability to sponsor other people, grow your organization and sell products to retail customers. My suggestion is to use online Attraction Marketing to generate leads, in conjunction with the ‘home party’ system. By doing so, you can very well be on your way to building a prosperous home business with Clever Container.
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