1 Week To Wealth
Frank Trueblood is launching his new company, 1 week to Wealth, in a dynamic fashion. His webpages and YouTube videos are everywhere, and they are getting plenty of hits.
He is currently offering a “pre-launch sign-up” on his website, and states that his program is…”the easiest, most fun, most profitable home-based business in the World!” His ad campaign emphasises that the company is “Built with the average person in mind,” according to the voice on his YouTube video.
He has managed to create a lot of buzz with his massive web campaign. When I checked just one of his YouTube videos, there were already 444 hits. That’s a lot of traffic for a company that is not giving away much information about who it is or what it does.
1 Week To Wealth is an on-line home-based business and the basis of the program is that it will offer products and services to be sold/purchased through on-line marketing.
The compensation plan is based on what Trueblood is calling a “Matrix” system. Business volume and income viability will be structured around massive recruiting, and Trueblood is touting his “push button” recruiting method.
Although I did not find a lot of information about exactly what this company does, it is probably going to be a legitimate business that some people will find energetic and hopefully, profitable. It will, of course, depend on your level of computer and technical knowledge, keeping in mind that you will be selling and recruiting via the internet. The 1 Week to Wealth program must be purchased, so my advice is to thoroughly research this company. Find out exactly what products you will sell, how much technical ability you will be needed just to get started, and so on.
If you are a person with very limited computer skills, you will need some extensive training before you begin. Be certain this company will have adequate training and support for you. There are legitimate companies on-line who sell on-line marketing services. Take the time to partner with a reputable one-on-one mentor. Don’t be among the 95% of network marketers whose businesses fail due to lack of support and training.
As with any business, there is going to be a learning curve while you undergo training and learn the program. Before signing up with any company, home-based, on-line, etc., be sure to do as much research as you can. Make sure you understand the compensation plan and make sure it will work for you and be worth your time and effort.
I am always wary about anyone who claims they can show you how to earn a substantial income in a very short period of time, so I caution you to be diligent with your research and questions about 1 Week to Wealth.[a]
Source by Diane Ducca