Welcome to my Click Intensity Review!
New mlm opportunities are probably the most nerve wrecking for people at the top and bottom of the business.
Because it’s the hit or miss time.
You’re either going to make it, or you’re gonna sell out.
Such is the case with the Click Intensity Business Opportunity.
And…that’s probably why you are here.
You want to know more about the company launch (Planned for March 16, 2016) and you likely need to know what the products look like, and if Click Intensity is a scam or the real deal.
If Click Intensity is like IPAS2 Empower Network, it could take off and be successful for a while.
Flop. Like Keo is doing right now. (That was the mystery mlm I tried out. Long story short, the founders jumped ship. Crazy right?)
So do you take the risk and join click intensity now, or do you just put it to the side?
Well, the only way you can find out if Click Intensity is for you is by reading all you can about.
Click Intensity Review –Company
Refreshingly, Click Intensity is registered in the state of Delaware.
(I’m getting a little sick of seeing them all out in AZ, UT or CO. Go East Coast mlms!)
According to WhoIs, the website was registered in 2009.
What took them so long right?
Well, the website has been sitting around for awhile and it looks like it was updated just about a week ago from this post.
Now, it has a fancy countdown to their launch that is led by Ankur Agarwal (hey! I think I might have seen that guy poking around my blogs…quick note on that…he’s got over 10K followers on Facebook.) Nick Johnson and Tara Mish.
I did find Nick Johnson listed as the founder and CEO of Click Intensity from an affiliate site.
I would say Ankur might know what he is doing. You don’t just get 10K followers because you look good. (Well…maybe Cindy Crawford or Katy Perry does, but that’s a rarity)
It looks like all of these people have some sort of expertise or experience in network marketing.
It’s actually refreshing to see a women on the list at the top.
As of today they already have over 12K affiliates but the program is FREE right now. They will likely be banking on people buying once the launch happens.
I’ve never seen a prelaunch to launch before. (Except with Pure Have Essentials, but that’s more of a relaunch.)
It looks like to me that these three paired up and created Click Intensity together. (I could be wrong, but I’ll update as I find out….or you can always comment below!)
Ahah! I just discovered that Ankar was a member of Empower Network. (He may still be, but this is about Click Intensity. Go here if you want the Empower Network Review)
So what else is interesting about Click Intensity?
Well, according to affiliates, it’s actually over 6 years old.
It’s an online advertising company that has entered into the world of mlm companies and rev shares.
Click Intensity Reviews – The Products
The Click Intensity products will likely be $25 investments that pay back over 100%. (Sounds unlikely but anything is possible right?)
The Products sound like they are going to be marketing materials with a big focus on getting more people in your downline to promote buying into the opportunity.
There is some discussion about Click Intensity being different in that they will be advertising to the mobile gaming communities as well as on blogs and YouTube.
It sounds like a complete plan just like the other marketing mlm type companies I have recently reviewed.
The affiliates that I found information from also make bold statements, such as: “Click Intensity with it’s online system and it’s network of members is positioned to compete with giants like Google Adwords Bing Ads.”
Check it out:
That is definitely a lofty goal.
In addition they are making claims such as this: “Everyone who participates will make money 100% of the time. Participation means a commitment of 15-30 minutes a day.”
If this is true, then I’m in like Flynn baby.
Can it really be that easy?
And is it really going to be as revolutionary as Facebook? That’s what some are saying.
Is this good copy-writing being spewed out or what?
They have people building a network prior to launch.
It sounds crazy good.
Kind of like My Advertising Pays, which got nixed out of the US after a while.
It had a similar structure in that you got paid for:
- Social Media Activity
- Watching Videos
- Doing simple online tasks (makes me cringe…)
- Clicking Ads to earn every half hour
- Downloading apps
From the information I gathered, it looks like you invest $25 and Click Intensity promises a $30 ROI…
I was only able to find hints of the 25 dollar investment by some of the wealth builders website names.
Click Intensity Compensation Plan
As with all mlms or network marketing companies, you get paid commissions on the products they buy and the downline you build.
All of the current affiliates are happy to state that there is a comp plan that pays down 7 levels.
They also state there is no paypal.
Is it cashier’s check again?
How will you get paid in this Rev Share opportunity?
I’m going to guess and say to get started you need $25.
Make Money with Cash Tasks:
As a part of the Click Intensity “game”, you will be able to get cash for completing tasks for cash.
Each task will be worth a different amount of cash.
(Somehow, I’m not thinking Google will like this….)
If you are a paid member, you get to participate more frequently.
In order to join in the Profit sharing, you invest $25 for 1 profit share. After expiration, you get $30 back. (What if the company goes under or is shut down?)
Click Intensity Compensation Plan Structure:
Click Intentsity is a unilevel structure.
This means you enroll people and they are your level 1. Their enrollees are your level 2 and so on.
Remember you can get paid up to 7 levels deep and you can bring in as many people to the opportunity that you want:
Here is how the pay outs are broken down:
- Level 1: 10% commission
- Level 2: 1% commission
- Level 3: 0.5% commissions
- Level 4: 0.5% commissions
- Level 5: 0.5% commissions
- Level 6: 0.5% commissions
- Level 7: 2% commissions
In order to make money at each level, there is quite a HUGE jump in the amount invested.
(Seriously…..don’t drink or eat anything because you might choke when you see this…)
- $25 = Level 1 earners
- $2500 = Level 1 and 2 earnings
- $5000 = Level 1 through 3 earnings
- $10,000 = Level 1 to 4 earnings
- $25,000 = Level 1 to 5 earnings
- $50,000 = Level 1 to 6 earnings
- $100,000 = ALL 7 level earnings
So, just when I thought I had found the most expensive mlm to join and work within with Tidom (see my Tidom Review), I found one that was even more eye opening!
If you want to earn all levels with the Click Intensity program, you have to invest $100,000.
Imagine who makes out if people join at that level and then the company gets shut down.
Click Intensity Review – Thoughts
Personally, I just can’t believe that there is a $100,000 level.
It truly blows my mind and I’m half tempted to see if I could ever make it that far, but would I be wasting my time?
How in the world do you get over 100% ROI back?
Is this just about investing in a company that just recruits others to join?
I’ve had a really hard time locking down what the product is (other than having people join and click on things) so it is hard to believe this will last.
Actually, it sounds like people are the product. Or more accurately, the action of people is the product.
Investing $25 is really not that much, but investing $100,000?
I’m not so sure.
You’ll see that there are plenty of success stories and no downlines to recruit.
There are no expiration dates to worry about or huge amounts to invest for 100K.
It’s simply and online local lead generation course that give you access to millionaire mentors who help you succeed.
Why not consider scheduling a call to see if you’re a better fit for this program?
OR…if you insist on seeing some Job Killing Testimonials, go ahead and knock yourself out.
Whatever you do, I encourage you to make the decision that makes the most sense to you.
See you on the other side!