MLMZing versus MLSP: An In-Depth Review
MLMZing and MLSP are two products currently available offering internet marketing training to network marketers. Each has their own pros and cons and if you are looking at joining either of these opportunities then you want an honest review that is going to give you real answers regarding MLMZing and MLSP.
The Costs of MLMZing and MLSP
The first thing many people ask when considering joining a program is how much does this program cost? MLSP has a recurring cost of $49.97/month with a trial period at $29. MLMZing on the other hand is a once-off fee of $297 with no monthly or recurring costs. The problem with recurring costs is that they quickly add up and we have heard someone say that they found it difficult to get out of MLSP because MLSP left out details on how to unsubscribe and before they knew it they had been charged the next $49.97. MLMZing will not have these problems as you pay once off and never need to worry about making a payment again or unsubscribing.
The MLMZing and MLSP Products
Both MLMZing and MLSP offer internet marketing training for network marketers and show their members how to use email marketing, social media marketing and other tools to build their downlines. MLSP offers weekly webinars as well as some materials in their backend as a means of training, while MLMZing uses a series of videos to teach you how to build your downline with internet marketing. Another con regarding the MLSP webinars is that they are full of advertising for related products that the member then needs to purchase in order to get more information, whereas with MLMZing the information is all contained in the videos.
MLMZing has a simple compensation plan whereby you earn $150 for each direct sale and $50 on each second level sale. MLSP does not seem to have a specific compensation plan as such but depends on you joining specific affiliate programs, entering your affiliate links into the MLSP back office and then when people buy these products that you have referred then you will earn money. The problem with this is that you need to join about a dozen other affiliate programs that MLSP recommends apart from just MLSP and your primary program that you are already promoting plus some of these programs you will need to pay to join which adds to the cost of your MLSP membership.
MLSP also suffers from the poor retention rate that you find in many recurring programs – so a new member may only stay for a month or two. This has certainly been the case with MLSP members I’ve spoken with. In fact, I spoke recently to one member who had over 30 members, and they’ve all dropped out except for 2.
MLMZing Vs MLSP Training
MLMZing and MLSP both offer training, either in the form of videos, webinars or similar for network marketers on how to build their downline using internet marketing techniques. Although both can be useful there are some pointers you may want to bear in mind when deciding on one of these programs – the recurring costs of MLSP, the additional affiliate programs recommended by MLSP and the quality of the training provided.
MLSP does offer landing pages, which MLMZing does not. The main problem with the MLSP pages, is they all look the same. Sure, you can change the headline and put your own video there, but I can recognize them instantly – and so can many other people. MLMZing teaches more about outsourcing – so you can hire a custom landing page – like all the top guys in MLSP do anyhow.