Skinny Body Care promises to get you skinny and get you paid! Sound good to you?
Skinny Body Care has burst on to the network marketing field as the new battle against the bulge. Let’s take a look at this company to see what the hype is all about!
Skinny Body Care is owned by Ben Glinsky. Based in Texas, Skinny Body Care is going against the grain of the traditional corporate environment. Skinny Body Care is a company who doesn’t believe that “real companies” have “real offices.” Ben Glinsky launched this company in January 2011. Mr. Glinsky is a veteran in the network marketing industry, boasting successful runs in other network marketing companies.
There are three levels of entry for the Skinny Body Care Affiliate – Level 1 – $69.95, Level 2 – $129.85, Level 3 – $199.70. There is a one-time $10 registration fee included in the cost. The difference in the levels of entry is the amount of product you receive. It seems as though a smart person would start at level 2 or 3 so that they have product to use and product to share. You also receive marketing materials and a duplicated site.
Skinny Body Care’s flagship product is Skinny Fiber. This product boasts the benefit of you being able to lose weight without spending hours in the gym. Skinny Fiber contains all natural ingredients that claim to naturally suppress your appetite, allowing you to consume less than you normally would. Not only does it increase your metabolism, it also claims to flush away toxins that are harmful to your body.
Skinny Body Care has a compensation plan based on the power of 3 that goes 8 levels down. Each affiliate gets the powerline bonus once they sign up! This plan is designed so that affiliates can earn an income on members they did not sponsor – spillover. The caution here is that if you’re waiting for spillover, you might be waiting a long time. The more people who rely on spillover, the wider the matrix becomes. Members can also earn commission on retail sales. Those commissions vary depending on what rank you’ve achieved in the company. For a more in-depth look at the Skinny Body Care Pay Plan click here.
Skinny Body Care is in its infancy, which means there are opportunities for growth.
However, before jumping all in I would personally recommend using the product yourself and seeing if you get the results claimed by Skinny Body Care. It doesn’t make sense to promote a product you yourself have not tried. Also, if it does work for you, you have proof that it can work for others and you have your own “success story.”
Weight loss is such a personal issue and people are desperate for a magic pill. They will clutch at any new wonder drug or gadget praying that “this is the one that will work!” Don’t fall into the category of those preying on those desperate to lose weight. Have integrity, use the product, and if it works then jump in by all means.
If you decide to go ahead with Skinny Body Care full on, one of the only ways to grow this network marketing business is to expose it to a large number of people on a regular basis.
The internet will leverage your ability to reach the masses. With over 2 billion users on the internet, you need to have a strategic marketing plan to reach your target market and you need to establish a commanding presence as a leader in this industry.
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