Data Network Affiliates Review – Is It Community Service?

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Data Network Affiliates has gotten a lot of buzz online over the last couple of months, mostly from people who are looking for something for FREE which is driving the growth through the roof. If you’ve found this chunk of information, chances are you’ve been looking into the company and trying to decide- YES or NO. Maybe you’ve already joined a Data Network Affiliates team and you’re questioning your decision. In either case, I’m going to give my honest feedback about this company, both good and bad, and help you clarify your decision to join or do something else.

Data Network Affiliates or DNA is a MLM/Network marketing company that specializes in the collection of information, specifically license plates. DNA was scheduled to launch in February 2010. They aim to provide a free business and has a well known MLM ‘veteran’, Phil Poccolo working behind the scenes of this company (just Google Phil later). If you’ve never heard of Phil Poccolo, great!

Alright, What is DNA about?…

First, let’s take a look at marketing INFORMATION and the validity of doing it through a MLM/Network Marketing model. The first thing to mention is the Information Age is a huge industry that is growing like wildfire, doing more than $14 billion in revenue last year. Out of that $14 billion, very little, if any, was done through the Data Network Affiliates Marketing model. (They haven’t launched yet remember?)

One thing that I would like to point out that a lot of Data Network Affiliates aren’t aware of, is that there is only one company out there similar to the DNA business model. Obviously, they were first to expand into the MLM industry with an info product because DNA has not officially got rolling yet. Now that’s not in criticism of DNA, because they will get their chance whenever they decide to launch.

What are the ‘Perks’ to Data Network Affiliates?

To begin with, information is such an easy product to MARKET. You don’t have to sell, use, or try anything. Most MLM companies have the issue that a new distributor has to get really educated to even share it in an effective way. And they have to make sure one is using, trying, sampling, tasting, or purchasing each month to create residual income. You won’t run into that with DNA. You can see a license plate and say, ‘Isn’t it cool to Turn Info Into Income?’ and you’ll get a bunch of people’s attention, especially since this is FREE business (at-least that’s what they tout).

Secondly, the information age is ever-evolving and IS relatively an untapped market. With major Fortune 500 companies expanding and needing information to increase their marketability and sales growth, information will be the key ingredient to them accomplishing such goals in the future.

Thirdly, I believe the leadership will hold up and do their part to launch this company, although they can’t lose anyway because they’ve provided a business to thousands of people who are currently working for them for FREE- Community Service.

Well… What are the Negatives?…

Data Network Affiliates has not done a lot to slow down the droves of people who are looking for FREE businesses. Why? Because they are growing THEIR database with peoples names, address, SS#’s, etc..(Remember you must sign up!). In addition to collecting the personal info, who knows what they are doing with that, after they get your personal stuff, you are now required to enter tags and work for a company that is not looking to pay you because they’ve never opened their doors for business. Sounds like community service to me!

Let me explain with a real life example. When someone goes out and picks up paper, bottles, and cigarette butts for their local community off the side of roads and highways with a lazy-sheriff breathing down their back, they are not getting compensated for their efforts. I know because I served my community for FREE once before due to a ‘heavy-foot’ speeding ticket…Oops.

The other negative is that how much can you REALLY get paid on something that is so called free? (Really not free…). Ladies and gentleman if you are looking to join DNA, I hope you are waiting on them to begin charging people an affordable enrollment fee. If not, then this definitely won’t be around long (if it launches). There has never been in American business history a company that has sustained itself by allowing free investors to catapult their sales. McDonald’s Free Franchise? Amway Free MLM opportunity? Avon giving away make-up for Free? Pre-Paid Legal hiring Free attorneys? Microsoft giving away Free software? (Take some FREE time to think on that…)

…Now, let’s analyze Data Network Affiliates comp plan:

D.N.A. operates under a uni-level commission structure, meaning that you build depth in your sales organizations. We’ll just use 5 levels of depth in our example:

Now remember I told you there was another company that began “Turning Information Into Income” before DNA. Let’s compare the two compensation plans apples to apples..OK? Both companies look to build depth by getting 3 people to get 3 people so on and so forth. Well, that is basically going to be the same in terms of depth and number of people in both companies 5 levels deep.

What’s interesting is that in the comp plans of both companies their is a tremendous difference in how much ‘money’ is paid out on each on each level. Let’s jump to the 3rd level where there should be 27 people with 3 getting 3 that got 3= 27 people. DNA will pay you $54 on the 3rd level and the other company will pay you $202 on the 3rd level. (By the way, there is a one time $124.95 start-up investment for the other deal). On the fourth level, with the same amount of people, (81) DNA pays out $162 and the other company pays out $810. Overall, DNA pays you based on the amount of people who get started for FREE and the other company leverages your pay based on each license plate through UNLIMITED levels. You choose…

My Conclusion in Reviewing Data Network Affiliates: May I stop there to conclude? I hope you see already that there is a HUGE difference in the two companies. One other quick note, DNA is requiring you to get 10 more license plates (20 required) per month than the other company (10 required). All in all, less work with the latter, although it is pretty simple to collect tag info.

Overall, you may have thought I was kind of harsh on this company, I’m actually not negative about it – it just isn’t in alignment with who I want as business partners-Freebies. Personally, I would never join DNA. I’m sure there’s money to be made if you’re patient enough to wait for them to launch, but here’s what you have to look at…

…what do you REALLY want from this new concept in the industry? What are your dreams? If you want REAL residual wealth creation, you’re better off in a company that is officially born. (Ideas are born everyday). If you’re like me, you probably want a company where 80-90% of the participants get a guaranteed check for 1/2 of their initial investment back within seconds of getting started. Plus, income is created from true instant residuals. Historically, when people re-coop their initial investment back quickly, those comp plans have produced more free lifestyles and bigger checks for more people.

If you want to do COMMUNITY SERVICE and gather unbelievable amounts of people for nothing out of pocket, you MIGHT make a lot of money with Data Network Affiliates, just understand what the comp plan will and won’t do – and make the decision based on objectivity and whether or not it is in alignment with YOUR vision.

I have created wealth at a very young age via the Real Estate industry (feels great to own my primary home outright), but now I impact the lives of many people across this country because of a POWERFUL residual creation Network Marketing model that I PAID to be affiliated with. Of course, it DOES depend on what you want out of it, remember that. Don’t be deceived by the perpetual, promiscuous, profit-promotional out there.

Source by Jenard Stokes