If you’re reading this third party review, chances are you’re looking for information on iZigg and you’re probably thinking about becoming a distributor. Before you join, I want to recommend that you read this entire review so you can position yourself to make an informed decision. In this simple review, I’ll go into the actual company, the services, the business opportunity and whether or not it’s a good business opportunity or not.
Who Is iZigg?
First of all, let’s go into the actual company. iZigg is a relatively new company that specializes in selling mobile marketing services through a network marketing, or direct sales, business model. The company is based in Atlanta, Georgia and is operating all over the US. The company is being led by Co-founders Brian Underwood and David Liniado, who have previous experience in leading direct sales companies. From a marketing perspective, it’s good to know that there is a huge market for the services that iZigg markets since traditional businesses are constantly looking for better, more effective ways to advertise and get customer exposure.
What Does iZigg Market?
As far as their services go, iZigg markets two different mobile marketing services. One of their premiere services is the iZigg mCard. The mCard offers people, and businesses, to share info and promotions through text message. Thus enabling them to reach potential customers through mobile phone, which minimizes the need for paper advertising. The other service is iZigg 90210, which basically allows businesses to connect with people and promote their business, using keywords that the business owner chooses. The iZigg 90210 plans range from $99.95 a month to $1,500 a month, with the bigger plans offering more bells and whistles, of course. From a business perspective, there are 4.1 billion mobile phones used around the world, and people are more likely to check their text messages than opening their email messages. In a nutshell, mobile marketing can very well be the wave of the future when it comes to advertising for businesses.
The iZigg Business Opportunity
Now, let’s cover the compensation plan. iZigg’s binary compensation plan allows you to make money 5 different ways. The first way is Retail Profits, where you can earn up to 25% commissions on your personal customers. You can also earn a 25% Direct Bonus on all the personal distributors you sponsor. The third way you can get paid is through Team Overrides, where you can earn 10%-15% on the volume of your smaller leg. The fourth way is Matching Bonuses, where you can earn up to 20% of the binary income of people on your team, all the way down to 5 levels. Lastly, based on your rank and performance, you can also earn a $1,500 a month car payment, and a $3,000 a month lifestyle bonus. Overall, the compensation plan looks to be very generous for the right person.
iZigg is definitely a good company. They have good corporate leaders, a good marketable service, and a generous compensation plan. However, having all that in place isn’t enough to succeed. While it’s clear that having a stable and credible company is critical to your business, at the end of the day, your success will rely on your ability to sponsor new people into your business, market products and get customers and build a productive team. One of the key components to accomplishing those things is the ability to market and generate leads. My recommendation is that you use a proven Attraction Marketing system that allows you to brand yourself, generate leads, make money even when people don’t join your business and sponsor people on the back-end. If you can incorporate online attraction marketing and branding with a solid offline system, there’s no telling how successful you can be with iZigg.
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