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A friend asked me today: "what is the empower network? Not heard much about it" …

A friend asked me today: "what is the empower network? Not heard much about it"

Great question. It's the type of question that if you ask 1,000 people, you will likely get 1,000 different answers.

And those answers might depend on their current level of success with the system, with their propensity (or non-propensity) towards bending the truth in an effort to get someone in their downline, or their current understanding of the system (or lack of).

Also, it certainly means different things to the owners, the leaders, and those that are just entering into the system.

Plus, it'll mean something different to a blogger, to an affiliate, to an affiliate blogger, to a network marketer, and to a scam artist.

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  • 1. What is the Empower Network?
  • 2. A friend asked me today: "what is the empower network? Not heard much aboutit"Great question. Its the type of question that if you ask 1,000 people, you willlikely get 1,000 different answers.And those answers might depend on their current level of success with thesystem, with their propensity (or non-propensity) towards bending the truth, ortheir current understanding of the system (or lack of).Also, it certainly means different things to the owners, the leaders, and thosethat are just entering into the system.Plus, itll mean something different to a blogger, to an affiliate, to an affiliateblogger, to a network marketer, and to a scam artist.Before I answer the question: What is the Empower Network? as I see it...first, a little about me, and where I am at with the Empower Network.I have been working online for many years, probably close to a decade. In thattime I have been in and out of 9 to 5 jobs,and I have also earned residual incomefrom web sites while primarily lookingafter my children, not working/earningmuch during that time... I just let thesystems run themselves.Now, I am back at it full time, working onways to create more leverage in an effortto spend less time on the Internet but stillearn large revenues. I have zero desire tobe married to the computer, but I want tomake money in a completely honest ethical way, or I dont want to make it at all.
  • 3. I am putting multiple streams of income in place, income streams that providevalue in honest, ethical, legal ways. Additionally, I want them to be largely onauto-pilot, and manned by employees, and just be the one overseeing the workbeing done. Thats what I am working on now.To get the most leverage in any business, I feel, is to have systems and peopleworking with and for you. Thats probably common sense. Multi-level marketingtype businesses provide that leverage.I have been with the Empower Network since mid-December of 2012.What is the Empower Network?Im not going to talk about what the Empower Network isnt, nor am I going todefend the positive and negative claims. Im just going to talk about it in a waythat can generate money in a leveraged, honest and ethical way, from an affiliatemarketing perspective... the way I see it.Empower Network provides multiple products that range in price from $25 to$3,500 (as of this writing). On the higher end there are training products thatyou buy for a one-time cost and get access to all of the updates for the training asthe market changes. The training is essentially for Internet Marketing... formaking money online.On the lower end there are two products, the blogging system and the "InnerCircle membership." Both of these carry a monthly fee, $25 and $100respectively.To the experienced, the blogging system has no real value except for perhaps twothings. One, you can use it as a feeder blog for SEO because it is on a highauthority (high Alexa that is) site. Additionally, marketing is in placeimmediately to resell the blog for commissions, providing you are an affiliate of
  • 4. the Empower Network.Being an affiliate of Empower Network lets you re-sell all of the EmpowerNetwork products that you own. To be an affiliate, you are required to pay a$20/month fee for an e-wallet merchant account. Then you refer people to themain sales video seen here (or others) and if/when they purchase (regardless ofwhen), you are given a commission. The commission is 100% minus some smallaffiliate (or e-wallet) fees.Secondly, the blog can be looked at as another sales vehicle once it gets tractionin the search engine listings (or if promoting the posts directly). The blog isbranded out of the box. Here is an example (mine) of a default EmpowerNetwork blog with sales branding in place.To the inexperienced, the blog has an "easy mode" which hides any of the non-important stuff getting the user right down to blogging. The easy mode is veryrestrictive but it is valuable for the inexperienced blogger. Oh, and the lazyblogger has a blog ready to go within minutes, but the same could be said ofBlogger.com blogs, and others, too.The Inner Circle membership offers weekly motivational calls with the leaders,and success stories with newer people in the system. They talk about whats new,and whats exciting, plus theres a healthy dose of sales pitches (for upsells).They do have value but after awhile (after downloading the past archives, andtapping into the new calls when they go live every Monday), the only real valuein keeping the membership afterward is to get commissions for re-selling it.With that said, by listening to some of the talks I personally have felt veryinspired to get out of my comfort zone and try new things (like video, etc.) sothere is value there on its own (for a $100 one-time fee, and as an extra from the$25 monthly fee that is).
  • 5. More than getting commissions for direct sales, it is also a multi-tieredmarketing system. So, in the same way you will "pass-up" 1/5 of your sales to theperson that referred you into the system, the people you refer will pass up 1/5 oftheir sales to you as well. So, if a new product is introduced into the system forexample, a flood of commissions will arrive virtually overnight.The nice thing about the whole thing is that the sales part is done for you. Seethe sales video to decide for yourself if they do a good job with it. I challenge youNOT to sign up after watching it and realizing that is also the video earningmoney for you from people that you refer to it. Kidding of course :) Let me knowif you have any further questions.Thanks for the question Alan.