Empower Network Review:
Hey gang you’ve got Mr. Joe Stewart here, coming to you from my house today with a quick review about the Empower Network.
The Empower Network was founded in October 2011 by two online marketing wizards David Wood & David Sharpe.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with David Wood or David Sharpe, they are both heavy hitters in the controversial world of online marketing. David Wood is the top producer in MLSP and also the top recruiter in my primary company the Numis Network.
I wanted to take the time out of my day to actually write this blog post for you guys and try to answer the popular question of:
What is the Empower Network?
Before I continue on with this review, I just want everybody to know that I used to be in the Empower Network myself, so I know how it works and some basic information about the marketing products for sale once your on the inside.
My Empower Network Review:
The Empower Network is a viral blogging system made so that people with no tech skills, or ability to setup the sometimes (most of the time) frustrating WordPress blog, can finally have their very own professionally designed blog. Over the last year since October of 2011, the Empower Network has PAID OUT over $16 million dollars in commissions to their affiliates.
So to answer your question… no the Empower Network is not scam, just because it costs money to purchase a ‘done for you’ blogging platform with all the marketing and sales funnels done for you, doesn’t mean it is a scam. “It takes money to make money.”
Once people purchase their own Empower Network blog, all they have to do is plug in, upload their own blog profile picture similar to your Facebook photo, and start blogging! It really is that simple… just plug into the Empower Network training system, write a blog post everyday to make it a habit, market their capture pages and sales videos, and repeat this process daily!
Is Empower Network a Scam?
It used to be so easy that you could actually share your Empower Network capture pages and sales videos on your Facebook wall or Facebook groups your apart of. Then a few months ago, Facebook blocked Empower Network links because over 50,000 new EN affiliates were spamming their capture page links, blog posts and so fourth.
I think that once Facebook saw the massive jump in people sharing the same domain over and over again, they sent their team of “compliance jedis” to check out the Empower Network and once they saw the whole ‘make money’ ‘100% commissions” all over the place they realized they had to block the Empower Network domain and make EN affiliates pay for advertising on Facebook instead. But a few weeks after Facebook blocked Empower Network links, the Empower Network doubled in size as far as affiliates and sales.
I hope this Empower Network review has answered any questions or concerns you might have…
Joe Stewart 772 626 4271
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