Xplocial Review: Read This Before You Join
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Xplocial Review: Read This Before You Join

Hey there. You probably found this review because you heard the buzz about this new network marketing company Xplocial, and you wanted an unbiased low-down, Xplocial review.

Well, I’m glad you found me because I am a non-affiliate of the company so you will get a 100% truthful Xplocial review here.

Xplocial Review – Is it Worth It?

The truth is you can make money in any program. However, you have to make sure you have a few key elements in place including attitude, work ethic, and the right mentor and training.

There are some glaring weaknesses that I see Xplocial affiliates making such as not broadening their reach beyond their warm market.

Members would do much better if they had a strategy to find pre-qualified leads like what I show my students.

Let’s talk about the compensation plan and some other aspects of Xplocial, and then I will give my 2 cents on how to crush this mlm.

Xplocial Compensation Plan

Xplocial offers 100% commissions. That means you get 100% of the cost that the consumer pays (minus credit card processing fees).

You get paid every Wednesday and commissions are paid directly into your own personal commission account. From there, you can transfer the money into your checking account or withdraw it at an ATM or put it on your Xplocial debit card whenever you want.

There are two plans:

Gold plan: $29 per month + a one-time $19.95 admin fee

This plan gives you unlimited number of all incentive certificates including vacations, car rentals, shipping discounts, restaurant discounts, and air fare.

Platinum plan: $100 per month + $29 gold plan per month AND a one-time $49.95 admin fee

This plan gets you everything in the gold plan PLUS cruises, movie discounts, pharmacies and much more.

You also get access to Xplocial university, lead capture page system, sales and marketing training, and a website builder with hosting.

Here is a screen shot of the platinum training that is included:

Xplocial Products

Xplocial Products

So depending on what plan you join at, you are qualified to earn $29 per sale or $100 per sale.

However, there are pass up sales.

The 1st, 3rd, and 6th person you bring in is a pass up sale, meaning that sale goes to your sponsor and not you.

Ouch.

The 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th, and every person thereafter is all yours. This is residual income so you are getting that money every month for the life of that member.

Your monthly residual income will increase depending on how well your downline hustles.

So, if your 1st, 3rd, and 6th, person recruit a few people themselves, then they pass up their sales to you as well.

Other Xplocial Products

Dream Life Vacation Club: big savings on 4 or 5 star resorts around the world.

  • VIP membership = $399 down, and 23 monthly payments of $99.95
  • Elite Membership = $699 down and 23 monthly payments of $99.95 (more benefits)

Is Xplocial Scam True?

When I hear someone point their finger at a company, pull the trigger, and call scam, I take a big step back before jumping on the wagon.

Why?

Because network marketing is a tough cookie for anyone, and usually the ones yelling scam and pyramid scheme are individuals who join network marketing with a weak mindset, poor work ethic, and dollar signs as eyeballs.

The truth is that most people won’t make money in this business because they have an employee mindset instead of an an entrepreneurial mindset.

You are your own boss in network marketing so it’s time to step into the CEO shoes and drop the employee mentality of exchanging time for paychecks.

You have to set realistic expectations at the same time. Yes, people have made money fast online but that is atypical and it doesn’t mean you will strike riches overnight.

However, if you are willing to sacrifice and you are prepared to put in the blood, sweat, and tears then you can make a lucrative living with network marketing.

Xplocial Summary: How to Dominate

As I mentioned above, the big mistake I see people in Xplocial making is not finding pre-qualified leads that come to THEM instead of having to run around selling the opportunity to their warm market (friends, family, and acquaintances).

So here is my 4-step process to crushing this mlm and separating yourself from every other affiliate who is only using their warm market to recruit people in.

Step 1: Get a blog

A blog is your internet castle that will stand the test of time. Once you rank that sucker in Google then you will be getting non-stop traffic to your website 24/7 because the internet doesn’t sleep.

How would you like to have email notifications that you have a new lead while you are out eating with the family, sleeping, or just enjoying life away from the computer?

If you don’t know how to rank blogs in Google, don’t worry. I show you how for free in my bootcamp training course when you subscribe to my emails.

Follow my blog setup tutorial.

Step 2: Conduct Keyword Research

You want to know what your target audience is searching for in Google so that you can position your blog to show up for those search terms. “Xplocial Review” is a good example. It’s probably how you found this blog :).

Keyword research is POWERFUL and without this step, most effort is wasted.

Step 3: Create Valuable Content

Now that you know exactly what your target market is searching for in Google, you have to create content that will help them out. This could be blog posts, videos, or audios.

If you deliver exceptional content to your viewers, they will trust and respect you, and they will want to join you over someone else.

Step 4: Get them to subscribe to your email list

Now that they are on your blog and intrigued with your content, the next step is to get them to subscribe to your list so that you can follow up with them via email marketing. This is where the magic happens.

Follow my email auto responder guide to set it up.

If you want to learn how to build your Xplocial business with a blog then watch my 5-Step Blogging Cheatsheet  training.

Cheers,

Tim