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If you look around the internet and the MLM industry, there has been a ton of interest surrounding the AliveMax business, the newest "big thing" in the industry. What really is the truth inside the company and is all the interest justified, or is it all just smoke and mirrors?
Taking a step back, what does AliveMax claim to be all about as a company? Having only been founded in April 2009, they claim on their web page that they ""... we are passionate about making a positive impact on both your health and financial well being. "
While that sounds all well and good, what really does AliveMax sell for profit? When you look into it, the company is a nutrition based one, with a very different product line. Unlike many other competing companies who promote vitamins or juices, their particular form of nutrition is given in the form of an oral spray. The company says that this give a much higher, 98% in fact, absorbtion rate of the nutrients.
The AliveMax products are sold in 3 different assortments, a multivitamin, anti-aging, and vitality sprays.
If you really look at it, AliveMax does have quite a number of great products.
All right, lets take a comprehensive look at the AliveMax opportunity. When you look at it, the compensation plan has seven seperate ways to make money, ranging from: anging from: welcome bonus, retail profits, fast start bonus, dual team building cycle bonus, matching bonus, infinity and leadership bonuses. All that is great, but this looks just like a pretty normal MLM industry payout plan.
In summary, is AliveMax a fraud? No, absolutely not. It looks like a really good business opportunity with a generous compensation plan, along with a really original product line. Time will only tell though whether or not the consumer will support yet another nutrition company or not.
But, as is the case with any MLM opportunity, the real deal for the AliveMax opportunity will be the marketing that its distributors do. The marketing really determines any business success, not the excellent products or compensation plan that is offered.
If you are an AliveMax business builder, I highly suggest you learn how to effectively market either the business or product in order to be really successful. Learn something like pay per click marketing, electronic magazine ads, or video marketing. This is what creates prospects, leads and downlines.
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Birdie Harrelson is back with a recipe for carrot cake cupcakes, for when you’re trying to eat like you’re in the Middle Ages. And that’s not a dig on carrot cake, which actually dates back to the time period when it was popular among lower class bakers. Cannabis expert and comedian Ashlee Belzo joins Birdie and the MagicalButter machine to show how the cake now finds popularity among the higher set. The two have a spirited discussion about the right way to pronounce “pecans” (yes, the one you just said in your head) and demonstrate how to make two dozen 10 to 15mg cupcakes. “I’m a pretty normal cupcake,” Birdie explains as the two share the flavor they most associate with, “Pretty vanilla.”