Empower Network Scam?
Is it really an Empower Network Scam?… Excellent question. I will answer it and fill you in on the criticisms from the haters!
Notice: Is it a Pyramid Scheme? Is it a Recruiting Scheme? No. No. What the heck is it?
It is absolutely possible to join Empower Network as a relative nobody and still achieve life-changing success:
… without an established team
… without any connections
… without having a list
… without spending a ton of money on advertising
… without having to work on it full-time
… and without “getting in at the top,” as they say
What is the deal? Is Empower Network For Real?
Yes. My story is all the proof I need. But what about you?
And if it’s so legitimate, then why all the fuss of “Empower Network scam?”
You must realize that almost every time you see “the Empower Network Scam” being used as a title for a blog post or video or whatever other purpose, it’s all for attention.
In English: It draws lots of clicks and traffic!
More clicks means more eyeballs on whatever biz opp you are selling, whether it is advertising space, alternatives to Empower Network or Empower Network.
While all the critics and haters like to pose as virtual vigilantes who are bashing on Empower Network and other opportunities to save you from being scammed…
The real truth is, they’re just as money-hungry as the overly-hypey Empower Network affiliates who’re trying to get you to join their team!
The only difference being, they choose to write intentionally polarizing, over-the-top negative reviews that they know will serve as link bait to bring in many shares from other bloggers who’re also anti-Empower Network.
More incoming links equals higher rankings in Google, which results in more sales of their non-Empower stuff.
Oh, by the way, that is fine and I will explain later. Now get off your high horse and stop fooling yourself.
The only reason you’re writing poorly about Empower Network is because you want to grab the high search volume keywords for your own benefit — not because you just felt like spending four hours of your time to save the world.
It’s always about money in the end.
The same is, of course, true for those of us writing glowing reviews. Our articles are all biased. How can it not be?
Those of us in Empower Network always tend to make it seem way easier than it really is.
Neither side is squeaky clean. Everyone’s got a hidden agenda.
At least I’ll freely admit it: yes, my words carry bias. I want you to join my team because we will both make money if you follow a proven system and don’t re-invent the wheel.
I will admit it: I love money. But I also have a driving factor that is just not money.
I have a “reason why” other than money. My family. What is your reason? It must be more than money.
I do my best to shoot straight from the hip.
I am not perfect, however, there are posts I have written where I might cringe and ask myself, “WTF James?”
All in all, I think I do a better-than-average job of keeping it real.
I am not asking for a pat on the back for saying something honest because that’s how it should be.
Unfortunately, it’s not.
The point of this post is simply to paint a clearer picture of the Empower Network Scam debate.
It’s always been obvious why the Empower Network supporters are so hyped up about it, but I think it’s easy to get tricked by the haters’ venom, since you automatically assume they’ve got nothing to gain from tearing it apart.
In the end, remember this:
Almost every piece of content you see floating around the web, whether for or against the Empower Network, was created for one reason only — to make the publisher money.
And look, I’m sure those who’re talking trash really do dislike Empower and what they perceive it to stand for.
But is it so hard for them to see that those of us who’ve joined, busted our tails, and built something amazing really do feel in our heart that it’s the greatest thing since sliced bread?
I do and know many people who feel the same way and I respect everyone’s opinion.
There will me no arm twisting here or to try and convince you that I’m right and every naysayer is wrong.
My experience so far tells me I’m right. Maybe your experience told you different.
I think both sides should strive to be more transparent about their intentions.
When there’s bias, admit it. If you’ve got something to gain, state it in your post.
If you think it is legit, back up the facts.
If you think it’s a scam, back up the facts.
Where things have really spiraled out of control is due to the fact that most affiliates hyping it up have never made significant money with it, while most of those who’re tearing it to pieces have never even purchased the products or given it a fair shot.
I was gonna get into the whole “there’s no product” debate, but this has gotten pretty long-winded already.
Yes, there are real products that are really cool and work for not just network marketers.
See my Empower Network review for all the details.
Maybe you’re someone who disagrees. I say you’re wrong. You say I’m wrong. So who’s lying?
Just like politics or religion, network marketing is just one of those things where you’re either all for it or totally against it.
Very few are neutral.
Empower Network tends to evoke passion in almost everyone I talk to, regardless of which side of the fence they’re on.
Do your due diligence and decide for yourself whether or not Empower Network is legit, but don’t forget both sides are usually blowing steam out there and everything you read or watch should be taken with a grain of salt.
One last thing.
I’m not here to debate or argue.
It’s just not my thing.
And I’m too busy earning commissions to waste energy fighting and bickering with those who’ll never see eye-to-eye with me anyways.
For those A Players that are serious, you can work with me here.
Once you have the proper skills and tools, you can have your unique business opportunity produce results on autopilot.
If you have any questions, please drop a comment below and I will get right back to you.
The Passive Income Expert,