CieAura – Is It A Credible Company Or Just Another Scam?

If you follow the network marketing industry, or if you’re thinking about getting involved with a network marketing company, chances are you’ve heard of a new company called CieAura. In the past couple of months, CiaAura has been able to create quite a buzz because of it’s unique product line and because it’s in it’s early pre-launch stage. In this third party review, I’ll go into the company, the products and the compensation plan. I’ll also address whether or not CieAura is a scam and what it takes to be successful with the opportunity.

While CieAura reps are aggressively trying to build their businesses, CieAura’s actual pre-launch event is scheduled for October 2010. The company’s products are pretty unique considering that they are holographic chips that are said to be beneficial to your health. While it seems that the company is adding to it’s product line, there are actually three different chips they are promoting. The first one is called PureEnergy Plus, which is a chip that offers not a burst of energy, but a subtle increase of consistent energy and alertness all day long. The second chip is called PureRelief, which is supposed to reduce or eliminate discomfort in your body by redirecting it’s energy flow. The third chip is called RestQuiet, which is supposed to allow you to get a deep restful sleep at night, without medication. Now, while there may be skeptics to what these holographic chips can actually do, there are five doctors on CieAura’s Medical Board, ancient eastern wisdom and modern technology that are said to back up the products. It’s critical that if you are thinking about joining CieAura, that you do your own due diligence on the science behind these chips so you are comfortable talking about them.

Now, let’s talk about the compensation plan. While the compensation plan allows reps to get paid in seven different ways, the different ways can be categorized into two forms of income: immediate, upfront income and long-term, residual income. Assuming you can successfully sponsor new reps into your business, effectively market the holographic chips and train your team to do the same, you can very well make a great income with CieAura. It’s also important to note that getting started is pretty easy considering that you can join for as low as $120. With that said, there is also a $360 Business Pack and a $1,440 Premium Pack.

In closing, CieAura is not a scam. With three physical offices across the United States, and plans to open up more within the next 24 months, it’s clear to see that CieAura is a credible, new company in the network marketing industry. However, simply joining CieAura will not guarantee you success.  All CieAura provides is a distributor position and an opportunity for you to build your own business. Ultimately, your success will rely on your ability to brand yourself, market and generate more leads than you can get to. It’s critical, if you’re serious, to obtain the knowledge and skills that will allow you to personally sponsor 10-20 reps a month. Without this marketing knowledge, even though CieAura is a solid business, you will be dead in the water.

CieAura can be a great opportunity if you understand how to build a network marketing business correctly. Most people who join CieAura will never achieve the success they want because they simply lack marketing skills. To learn how to properly build a CieAura business, visit Jaime Soriano’s MLM Training

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