The Empower Network Compensation Plan Explained

Empower Network says they pay 100% commission.  How the heck is that possible?

EN pays out 100% commissions on every product it sells.  I will explain the compensation plan in detail in just a minute.  First…you may be asking “How can they do that and still make money?”  Empower charges $19.95/mo. for their affiliate capture pages…and there is a lot of great info in them.  That $19.95/mo. per affiliate is what they use to keep the company afloat.  Every penny that is brought in through the sale of products is paid to the reps.  This is totally unheard of in ANY company.

So…do I make 100% commissions?  No, not really…but close.  Let me explain.  EN has a unique compensation plan. I get paid 100% of sales 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, etc…  Commissions from sales 2,4,6,11 and every 5th thereafter pass up to the person above me who is qualified to receive them.  So, technically, it’s about 70% to 80% when averaged out.  Even then, what company pays that much?  NONE

There are 5 products that EN sells (as of the writing of this post…I don’t know if they will add more).  I am qualified to receive commissions on every product that I, myself, have purchased.  Let’s say, for example, I sign up someone as the 7th rep in my organization and they purchase every single one of EN’s products.  I will only receive 100% of the products that I have personally purchased.  The remaining commissions will roll up to the first person above me who is qualified to receive them.  In my case, that is my direct sponsor, Kim Klaver, however, let’s say, for example that I purchased all but 2 of ENs products and my sponsor purchased all but 1 of EN’s products.  The commissions for the remaining product would roll up to the person above my sponsor who is qualified to receive them.  That’s why, in order to maximize the compensation plan, it is important to purchase all of Empower’s products.  It is not, however, mandatory to receive commissions.  This is also good for those who can not afford right now to purchase the whole shebang.

As I’ve said before, there are only 2 recurring monthly products….the blog system and the inner circle audios.  Let’s focus only on those two for a moment.  If you join and just get those two, your monthly investment is $125.  If you want to be an affiliate, you can add $19.95 for the affiliate program.  Your monthly investment is $144.95.  What do you need to do in order to get that monthly amount covered?  Simply have one person purchase those two products and another who purchases the $25/mo blogging system.  As long as those two people continue with the program, you could technically sit back and do nothing else and still have your monthly investment covered.  But…considering the income potential, that might be a little silly…

What if you sign up 10 people who get the $25 blogging system only?  Well, we know that sales 2,4 and 6 pass up, so you get to keep 1,3,5,7,8,9,10.  That means that you’ve sold $250 in product and you’ve made $175 in commissions.  Where else can you make that kind of money?   And that’s ONLY on the $25 basic blogging package.  Most people at least buy that and the $100 inner circle audio trainings.

If you are reading this, you’ve probably been involved in one or two MLM ventures in the past.  Think of what your commission would be on $250.  In the average company that would be anywhere from 7% to 15%…so…you would make anywhere from $17.50 to $37.50.  Think back to how hard you had to work in the past just to earn $50.  Are you done busting your butt for measly commissions?

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2 thoughts on “The Empower Network Compensation Plan Explained

  1. Adam Morgan

    Roxanne,

    It’s not exactly true that you’ll have your membership covered on one recruit, especially when you factor in all of the fees (eWallet to bank fee, processing fee, and holding fee). My favorite part of EN is what you mentioned, higher commissions than other companies out there.

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    1. Roxanne Post author

      Adam…I appreciate your comments. However…anyone who understands business and merchant accounts understands fees. When I was making and selling my own products and coaching, I earned 100% of the cost of that product or service. I did, however, have fees that were owed to my merchant account and web hosting fees, autoresponder costs, cost of maintaining my internet service, etc… That’s the cost of doing business and any legitimate business will have costs associated. Only those with an employee mindset believe that they can keep every penny they make with no fees whatsoever. This isn’t a job, it’s a legitimate business and should be treated as such by anyone considering EN.

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