AliveMax Scam, something brewing with an 82% drop in Popularity?
Firstly, let me say this, No to all three questions. Secondly, you are doing the right thing to check out a business. Thirdly, you need to read this article to learn what you will need to do to be a successful AliveMax distributor.
AliveMax Scam – Not so Fast
AliveMax was started in 2009 by Nauder Khazan. According to AliveMax.com, Nauder Khazan has over 20 years experience as a distributor in the Network Marketing industry. Along with his wife, Melissa, they have been top income earners in several different programs. This is good for the distributor force because it always helps to have someone who is familiar with what it is like in the trenches.
The one thing I did find in my research is that Nauder is involved with another MLM, Stiforp.com that launched in August of 2011 (they have the same address). It is apparently an online marketing tools and systems offering. I am not reviewing Stiforp.com here and my only cause of concern would be if getting this company up and running might take away some of his focus on AliveMax. But this is not any kind of red flag that shouLd have you running out of the house screaming “AliveMax Scam, AliveMax scam”.
AliveMax Scam, with this Product line?
AliveMax is in the Health and Nutrition industry and its key selling point delivering its products by an oral spray. The concept it’s research has found is that 98% of the nutrients will be absorbed with the oral spray application. There are currently four varieties, a multivitamin, a vitality, a dietary, and an anti-aging oral spray. The anti-aging spray uses RESVERATROL, an all-natural compound found commonly in grapes, that has been the subject of over 2,000 research publications.
AliveMax also has two Skin care products, Face Lift Masque and 24K Gold Anti-Aging Serum. Both of these products use Aloe Vera.
AliveMax Scam, with this kind of Money?
AliveMax has 7 possible income streams. A Welcome Bonus (recruiting related), Retail Bonuses (retail related), Fast Start Bonuses (recruiting/retail related), Bulk Order Bonus (recruiting related), Dual Team Builing Cycle Bonus (recruiting related), Matching Bonus (recruiting related), and Leadership Pools (recruiting related). All seven of these potential income streams are typical of many MLM or Network Marketing companies, so ther is no AliveMax scam when it comes to the compensation plans.
AliveMax Scam, with this kind of Business Potential?
The figure that may get some folks worried about the possibility of an AliveMax scam is the recent (October 2011, latest month of figures) large 82.59 percent drop in online inquiries on AliveMax as tracked by NPros.com and MLMRanking.com. Both websites are MLM and Network Marketing industry tracking websites.
This could seem very large however, if you go to the sites you will see that interest in AliveMax for the previous two months was enormous. With the drop, AliveMax is now ranked 348 out of 685 home businesses actively tracked in their database.
From an Internet interest viewpoint (and my own research) AliveMax is being searched for 3,600 times a month, Resveratrol 90,500 times, and Aloe Vera 246,000 times. This would indicate a good interest in both the company and the ingredients/products the company offers.
AliveMax Scam, with this kind of Plan?
So there you have it, the company sounds fine, has in demand products, and has a good compensation plan. But there is one catch with the money. If you look back, pretty much every big income stream, long term income stream, and residual income stream was related to recruiting.
There is no doubt, with the current internet traffic for product related searches, you could create and generate a very good retail business, but if I am not wrong about you, you are looking for the big, long term, and residual income streams. The say good-bye to the boss income streams.
To do that you are going to need a steady stream of prospects.
Two common mistakes of network marketers is the belief that the products are so fantastic they will sell themselves and that friends, family, and strangers on the street will be as enthusiastic about both the product and opportunity as them.
If you’re involved with AliveMax, or if you’re considering becoming involved with AliveMax to make a few bucks on the side or because you have a passion for healthy living or the other AliveMax products great!
However if you’re getting involved with this company to make a full time substantial income in network marketing or direct sales you must understand principles of marketing and attraction. And you must recruit BUSINESS BUILDERS and serious entrepreneurs NOT just product customers.
What if I could show you how to create a steady stream of ambitious people (like yourself) actually chasing you down, asking you for your time, asking to join YOUR organization?
I hope you enjoyed this AliveMax scam investigation.
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To your Success,
Hunter D Williams
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