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Does Liberty League Really Work?

Jul 7, 2008
After I had taken the time and completely researched Liberty League, just like I have done with so many other online businesses I made the decision not to join. Please allow me the two to three minutes that it takes to read this article to explain why I said no to Liberty League.

It would be better here if I simply explain what I look for in a home business and then how it compares to what Liberty League offers. This will simplify things as we go along.

One thing I always look for in a company is how automated they are. Will you have a company where you can actually make money in your sleep? Liberty League doesn't seem to be anywhere close to automated. They've been around now for seven years and haven't done much to switch over from being a offline business to an automated online business.

The next thing to look for in a company is there compensation plan and whether or not you will have to pass up your first sales to your sponsor. Depending on what level you are at with Liberty League you will have to pass up anywhere from two to four of your first sales to your sponsor. Research shows that the majority of people that join these types of companies tend to fail within their first year.

Also dealing with pass-up programs here, once you pass up your first sales to your sponsor you then break away from him/her and now you're in direct competition with them. This is what happens when you're a part of Liberty League. When you break away from your sponsor you will no longer have someone that's there to train and guide you to success.

So now we know to stay away from companies with pass-up programs. The next thing to look for is the training that the company offers. You want to find a company that is going to show you at least a dozen successful ways to market your business. Preferably online. Liberty League offers very little training. Also Liberty League only has a few offline methods of advertising that they teach. They're an internet company and should be teaching you how to market online, not off-line.

One of the last things to look for is the compensation plan. Now this tends to go hand in hand with the pass-up program. You want a company where you not only don't have to pass-up your first sales, but a company where you never break away from your sponsor. You're then going to have someone that's always there to teach and train you so that you become a success.

So you want a company where you never break away from your sponsor. Let's say you have ten people on your team. Each person on your team makes only one sale a month every month for the whole year. Since they never break away from you, you are going to make money off of them for the whole year. And then the year after that, and on and on. Liberty League will not do this for you.

Last you want to be a part of a company that sells a great product. I find that Liberty League while they do have some very good products the prices of the products are just way out of reach for the average consumer. You want a great product but you don't want to have to take out a loan just to get it. So in conclusion here I would say that Liberty League is simply not the best choice when it comes to choosing an online business. There are a small amount of companies that you will find have everything you're looking for to start your home business with but I don't believe Liberty League is one of them.
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Tom helps everyone in deciding if businesses like Liberty League are the right choice to make money with. Check out Tom's 3rd party review Liberty League Blog to discover what company is the best choice for you.
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