In 2017, BehindMLM published the first review of Now Lifestyle. Back then, 7 Minute Workout has undergone a fitness-focused makeover.
The offering from Today Now Lifestyle is significantly different:
An updated overview of the MLM opportunity from Now Lifestyle is provided below.
Joel Therein is the owner of Now Lifestyle (right).
Global Virtual Opportunities (GVO), which Therien founded and through which he has introduced several MLM opportunities, is his company.
Host Then Profit (2011), 7 Minute Workout (2011), Pure Leverage (2013), and Got Backup have all been evaluated on BehindMLM (2015).
Products for Lifestyle Right Now
As was said in the introduction, 7 Minute Workout’s fitness relaunch Now Lifestyle debuted at first.
Access to a proprietary marketing platform is sold by Today Now Lifestyle.
The components of Now Lifestyle’s marketing platform include
an email autoresponder, a landing page builder, a website builder, and HD video hosting
There are three levels of Now Lifestyle membership:
Gold costs $49 per month or $441 per year.
Platinum costs $99 per month or $891 per year.
Enterprise costs $150 upfront, then $299 each month, or $2691 per year.
Increased usefulness with the marketing platform is what distinguishes the membership tiers.
For instance, Gold members may create 5 websites. For Platinum customers and Enterprise subscribers, this is raised to 10 websites and 100 websites, respectively.
Now’s Compensation Plan for Lifestyle
Affiliates of Now Lifestyle register and pay either monthly or yearly fees.
They receive commissions when they bring on new hires who follow suit.
Direct Commissions for Hiring
Now Lifestyle affiliates receive a 50% commission on any payments collected from affiliates they directly recruited.
25% of subscription costs are taken by Now Lifestyle and used to pay residual commissions.
Now Lifestyle uses a binary compensation mechanism to pay residual commissions.
An affiliate is positioned at the head of a binary team that is divided into two sides (left and right) by a binary remuneration structure:
The binary team’s initial level has two slots. These initial two places are divided into another two positions each to create the second level of the binary team (4 positions).
The binary team is formed in stages, with each stage containing twice as many slots as the preceding stage.
Direct and indirect affiliate recruiting is used to fill positions on the binary team. The depth to which a binary team can expand is unbounded.
Based on two active subscriber positions on the side of the weaker binary team compared to four active subscriber positions on the stronger binary team, Now Lifestyle pays residual commissions.
A cycle is this pairing of 2 spots and 4 positions.
A Now Lifestyle can make up to $20 for every cycle that is computed every week.
I think the matching subscription tiers decide the actual amount every cycle (Gold, Platinum, or Enterprise). It also matters if subscription costs are paid yearly or monthly.
Keep in mind that a Now Lifestyle affiliate must continue to manage two personally recruited marketing suite members to be eligible for residual commissions.
On either side of the binary team, one of these subscribers must be positioned. They might be affiliates who were recruited or retail consumers.
Now Matching Bonus On commissions received from affiliates that Lifestyle personally recruited, a 25% Matching Bonus is given.
The monthly affiliate membership fee for Now Lifestyle is $25.
I’m not sure why Now Lifestyle gave up on exercise, but the result is a business that sells GVO products:
That’s OK; it’s just a strange shift from what Now Lifestyle was original.
If the services supplied are as strong as Now Lifestyle’s website suggests, then they are. Navigating the website was free of any web design issues, and hosted movies played as anticipated.
On the subject of compensation With a $25 monthly charge, Now Lifestyle distinguishes affiliates from retail consumers. The issue with marketing-focused MLM businesses is that the marketing toolkit frequently ends up being mostly utilized to advertise the business opportunity.
In other words, there is a disparity between affiliates paying to access the suite and retail consumers.
The marketing toolkit essentially becomes a means to a goal because affiliates pay the bulk of the fees and the majority of the commissions.
In terms of regulation, this is a pyramid scam.
There are no longer any retail volume restrictions for Lifestyle. Retiring commissions might be locked behind two active retail subscriptions, and possibly direct commissions could be locked behind at least one active retail customer subscription as a temporary solution.
The good news is that it’s simple to determine how your potential Now Lifestyle upline is conducting business.
You just need to inquire about the proportion of retail customers that pay monthly for the marketing suite as opposed to affiliates who have been recruited.
I believe that Now Lifestyle or retail exposure is an issue. An Enterprise subscription costs $150 upfront, followed by $299 each month or $2691 per year.
Upon subscribing to Enterprise Now Lifestyle, you receive:
Who needs 100 landing pages when you have 100 landing pages?
After learning how to create one website, you may create 100 others, greatly automating the process.
150 hosted films — YouTube is free, or you may use Vimeo for more polished integration (120 videos for $35 per month).
700-person webinars on YouTube and Facebook are free, while Zoom’s equivalent service starts at $250 per year for webinars with 300 participants.
You would probably succeed even if you outsourced the creation of your landing pages and marketing websites.
But Now Lifestyle provides convenience that is all under one roof. Is the higher price worthwhile without the included business opportunity?
Take care when approaching.