With so much competition in the multilevel marketing industry these days, new companies are constantly striving to come up with a new niche within the niche of health and wellness. Do the Nucerity products separate the company from the pack? And how does their compensation plan stand up to the rest of the MLM opportunities out there? What would it take for anyone looking to build a business with Nucerity to succeed? These are the questions that this article will provide some answers to.
Some facts about Nucerity and the companies products…
Nucerity International is headquartered in Houston, Texas. The company markets non-prescriptive health care products and has chosen multilevel marketing as the best way to distribute their products. With so many individuals looking for part time income in this battered economy, it’s a great approach for most companies these days.
The crown jewel of Nucerity is their product “Skincerity”. The company claims that Skincerity is the worlds only patented breathable facial mask. Simply apply it before bed and remove it in the morning. The product is a simple way to improve skin appearance, softness, and tone. In my opinion, this concept might grab some attention but is not anything spectacular.
The compensation plan…
Nucerity claims that their compensation plan has been reviewed by experts and been found to be the best of the best. Who these experts are is not clear, but at a first glance the plan does not seem much better than most other plans out there.
The plan provides 8 ways of making money
1. Retail profits
2. Team cycles
3. Executive Match bonuses
4. First order bonuses
5. Diamond rewards
6. Multiple business centers
7. Customer acquisition bonuses
8. Blue diamond bonuses
Did you notice that almost half the ways to make money apply to only high earners? So what does it take to reach the “upper class” of MLM? And why do 97% of new reps never reach the status of being a so called “guru” in multilevel marketing?
The one skill these new recruits never learn is how to market. Every new recruit is handicapped from the start by their upline. They are told that chasing friends, family, and any warm body within three feet is the path to building their business. It is this path that makes it almost impossible to build a network, which is an essential part of MLM. Reps are also told that using technology is just too impersonal for building relationships. Telling recruits to stay away from the awesome potential that technology provides is like telling a marathon runner that the way to win is to crawl instead of run.
If you want to be an MLM superstar you need to utilize every tool at your disposal. And technology is a tool that everyone needs to reach the finish line in first place.